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एमपी बोर्ड 9वीं त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023-24 । MP Board Class 9th English Trimashik paper 2023
मध्य प्रदेश लोक शिक्षण संचालनालय मध्यप्रदेश में कक्षा- 9वीं की त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023 ( 12/09/2023 ) से कराने का फैसला लिया है। जिसकी तैयारी छात्रों को करना बेहद जरूरी है जिस को ध्यान में रखते हुए मध्य प्रदेश बोर्ड ने सभी सब्जेक्ट का सिलेबस भी जारी कर दिया है। आप सभी विद्यार्थियों को एमपी बोर्ड के द्वारा जारी किए गए syllabus के according MP Board Trimashik Paper 2023-24 की तैयारी करनी पड़ेगी।
MP Board class 9th अंग्रेज़ी Trimashik Paper 2023-24 pepar – Download
Madhya Pradesh Directorate of Public Education has decided to conduct Quarterly examination of class 9th in Madhya Pradesh. The preparation of which is very important for the students. keeping in mind that the Madhya Pradesh Board has also released the syllabus of all the subjects. All of you students will have to prepare for the MP Board Quarterly Paper 2023-24 according to the syllabus issued by the MP Board.
MP Board Class 9th अंग्रेज़ी Quarterly Exam 2023-24 कैसा आएगा –
मध्य प्रदेश लोक शिक्षण संचालनालय मध्यप्रदेश कक्षा 9वीं अंग्रेज़ी का त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023-24 का पेपर आपके सिलेबस के आधार पर बनाया जाएगा , जो कि बोर्ड ने पहले ही सिलेबस जारी कर दिया है। बोर्ड ने पेपर बनाने का एक फार्मूला तैयार किया है जिसमें 30% आसान सवाल तथा 40 % मध्य वर्ग के सवाल तथा 30% कठिन सवाल पूछे जाएंग।
MP Board 9th Trimashik Pepar 2023-24 Overview
|Exam Department Name||Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education|
|Class Category||MPBSE 9th|
|Type exam||त्रैमासिक परीक्षा|
|Exam Date||14 September|
|Post Category||Question paper|
MP Board 9th All Subject त्रैमासिक परीक्षा 2023-24
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|9th Maths Trimashik Paper 2023-24||Set – A Set – B|
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एमपी बोर्ड 9th to12वीं हिंदी त्रैमासिक परीक्षा सिलेबस 2023-24 ( 9th to 12th Hindi Trimasik Pariksha Syllabus)
|Class||Quarterly Exam Syllabus|
MP Board 9th English त्रैमासिक परीक्षा (Trimashik Paper ) 2023-24 : –
Time 3:00 Hours Max. Marks – 75
- All questions are compulsory.
- Marks are indicated in front of each question.
Q-1 Read the passages carefully and answer the questions given below.
It was 26th March, 1974.In a small village in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, some people from a factory went to cut trees. A village girl saw them and informed the other villagers. The village women came in large groups under Gaura Devi, their leader. They hugged the trees. Gaura Devi told the wood cutters, “We are hugging the trees. If you want to cut the trees down, hit us first.” The woodcutters tried to send the women back. But the women did not go. Finally, the wood cutters went away without cutting trees. This was the beginning of Chipko Movement. (1×5=5)
Fill in the blanks-
(i) —— is an important day in the Chipko Movement.
(ii)The incident happened in ——–in Uttarakhand.
(iii)—–saw the woodcutters and informed the villagers.
(iv)The women——– the trees to protect them.
(v) The leader of the village women was——–
Barabati Fort, built by the Ganga dynasty on the banks of River Mahanadi, is one of the most sought-after tourist attractions of Cuttack. Located near the Baliyatra Ground, this ruined fort stands on the west side of the Millennium City. According to historians, Barabati Fort once housed a nine-storey palace. While the fort is spread over an area of 102 acres,
it has a 20-yard-wide moat to protect the structure. What stands at the site today are the ruins of the palace on an earthen mound, the hyacinth-filled moat and the fort. The area is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India. The construction of the fort was started in 989 AD by King Marakata Keshari while he was building embankments on the shore of river Mahanadi to protect the city from floods. Later in the 14th century, Mukundadev Harichandan, a Chalukyan King, built the nine-storey palace. (1×5=5)
(i) Marakata Keshari embankment constructed on the shore of Mahanadi to protect –
(a) the fort from flood (b) the city from attack
(c) the city from flood (d) none of the above
(ii) A word which means a deep wide ( narrow channel, filled with water-
(a) moat (b) mound (c) site (d) fort
(iii) Which city is called the ‘Millennium City’?
(iv) Barabati Fort once had-
(a) 2 storey palace (b) 9 storey palace (c) 2 gardens (d) 3 lakes
(v) Who built the Barabati Fort?
Q2. Read the passages carefully and answer the questions given below.
Munnar derives its name from the Tamil words munu [three] and aaru [river]. The town is situated at the confluence of Mudrapuzha, Nallathani and Kundala rivers. It is located near the Tamil Nadu border and is close to both Coimbatore and Kochi, making it a preferred weekend spot for those residing there. But its beauty lures people from far and beyond- it’s also a popular destination of foreign tourists coming to India.
It used to be the favourite summer resort of the English, when the British ruled India. And why not? The town and its surroundings vary in height from 1700m 2700m above sea level and offer stunning views of hills and valleys. It has a salubrious climate round the year, which makes it a pleasurable place to spend your vacation. Even in summer, the temperature varies from 8 degrees 16 – degrees celsius. In summer, the sudden showers tumn its tea gardens into magical carpets and bestow an ethereal look to the landscape.
(i) What was Munnar famous as during the British rule?
(a) as winter resort (b) as spring resort
(c) as summer resort (d) as autumn resort
(ii) What does one see everywhere in Munnar?
(a) plains (b) tea gardens (c) rivers (d) lakes
(iii) Munnar get its name from-
(a) Hindi (b) Telugu (c) Tamil (d) English
(iv) The town of Munnar is situated at the confluence of-
(a) 2 rivers (b) 3 rivers (c) 4 rivers (d) none of these
(v) The town and its surroundings vary in height from 1700m – 2700m. (True/False)
Lalita sowed some tomato seeds in her garden. The seeds grew into little plants after a few days. She removed every weed. She never allowed any insect near her pet plants. When the days were hot, she watered the plants. She put compost under the plants. The flowers grew and became big. The tiny green tomatoes began to show. Lalita and her sister watered the plants daily. A very large beautiful tomato grew in the plant. Her father said, “It is the finest tomato I have ever seen”. The sisters were very happy. (1×5=5)
(i)What did Lalita sow in her garden?
(a)plants (b) seeds c) trees d) grass
(ii)What did she not allow?
(a)birds near plants (b) insects near plants (c)flies near plants (d)pets near plants
(iii) What did she put under the plants?
(a) Water (b) Compost (c) Weeds (d) Flowers
(iv) Which of the following is similar in meaning to ‘tiny’?
(a) large (b) big (c) small (d) giant
(v) Why were the sisters happy?
(a) because flowers grew in their garden (b) because a tomato grew in their garden
(c) because plants grew in their garden (d) because their father was happy
Q.3 Read the following passage and make notes on it and also give a suitable title to it. 4
Biogas is a mixture of methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen and hydrogen sulphide, the major constituent being methane. Biogas is produced by anaerobic degradation of animal wastes (sometimes plant wastes) in the presence of water. Anaerobic degradation means break–down of organic matter by bacteria in the absence of oxygen. Biogas is a non-polluting, clean and low-cost fuel which is very useful for rural areas where a lot of animal waste and agricultural waste are available.
India has the largest cattle population in the world (240 million) and has tremendous potential for biogas production. From cattle dung alone, we can produce biogas of a magnitude of 22,500 mm3 annually. Air-tight digestion/degradation of animal waste is safe as it eliminates health hazards which normally occur in case of direct use of dung due to direct exposure to faecal pathogens and parasites.
Q.4 Write a letter to your father telling him about your hostel life. 4
You are Radha Patel studying in Govt Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Morena. Write an application to your principal for School Leaving Certificate.
Q.5 Write an essay on the any one of the following topics in 150 words. 5
(i) Importance of Trees
(ii) An Indian Festival
(iii) Mordern Technology
Q.6 On the basis of given picture write a paragraph in 75 words. 3
On the basis of the picture given below, describe how we can keep ourselves fit and healthy? (In about 75 words)
Q-7 Fill in the blanks choosing the correct alternative given in the brackets. (any five) 1×5=5
- a) Republic Day is celebrated——January 26.(in/on/at)
- b) Madhya Pradesh is the second——–state in India. (large, largest, larger)
- c) You won’t learn your lessons——-you don’t study regularly. (if/unless/even if)
- d) I didn’t buy ——— mangoes. (some/any)
- e) We ————-to watch the movie yesterday (go/Went)
- f) He is ______ engineer. (a/an/the)
Q.8 Do as directed. (any five) 1×5=5
- a) Akash played Hockey (Change into Present Indefinite Tense)
- b) We/ protect / Our /should / forests. (Rearrange the jumbled words into a meaningful sentence)
- c) Raju speaks English. (Change the sentence into negative)
- d) He saw a dog. (Correct the sentence)
- e) Unless you work hard ,you can’t pass. (Use “if” in place of “unless”)
- f) Jabalpur /in/lived/Pradeep (Rearrange the jumbled words into a meaningful sentence)
Q.9 Answer the following questions. 1×5= 5
(i) what did Tommy find?
- a) an old bookwith yellow crinkly pages (b) a tele book (c) a brand-new book (d) a diary
(ii)What did the grandmother give to Kezia when she was sobbing?
(a) a clean hanky (b) a chocolate(c) an ice-cream (d) a toy
(iii)We can make friends with wind, if we are______.
(a) true (b) honest (c) respectful (d) strong
(iv) Which foreign languages did Evelyn learn?
(a) French (b) Chinese (c) Basic Japanese (d) Both (a) and (c)
(v)Where did Tommy find the book?
(a) in the library (b) in Margie’s house (c) in his house (d) in his friend’s house
Q.10 (A) Read the following extract and answer the questions given below- 1×3=3
It was her first day at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London and daunting enough for any teenager fresh from a Scottish farm. But this aspiring musician faced a bigger challenge than most: Questions:
(i) Who is referred to as the ‘aspiring C musician’?
(a) Evelyn Glennie (b) Ron Forbes (c) her friend
(ii) What was likely to daunt Evelyn?
(a) Royal Academy of Music (b) London (c) her background
(iii) What do you understand by the expression: “fresh from a Scottish ( farm”?
(a) new in the city (b) belonged to a Scottish farm (c) both (a) and (b)
(B) Read the following extract and answer the questions given below- 1×3=3
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both,
And be one traveller, long I stood, And looked down one as far as I could,
To where it bent in the undergrowth
(i) From which poem the above extract has been taken?
(a) The Road Not Taken (b) Rain on the Roof (c) Wind
(ii) What does the phrase “yellow wood” most likely symbolize in the poem?
(a) a forest with autumn leaves
(b) a dense and mysterious forest
(c) a garden with vibrant flowers
(iii)The synonym of the word ‘diverged’ is——-
(a) separated (b) joined (c) converged
Q.11 Answer the following questions (any 5)- 2×5=10
(i)What kind of teachers did Margie and Tommy have?
(ii) What subjects didi Margle and Tommy learm ?
(iii) What is a tele book?
(iv) What didi Margie write in her diary ?
(v) Why did Marge’s mother send for the County Inspector?
(vi) who helped Wvelyn to continue with music? What didi he do and say ?
(vii) Where did Bismillah khan get his big break?
Q.12 Answer the following questions in about 30 words- (any 2) 2×2=4
(i) Where does the traveller find himself? What problem does he face ?
(ii) What does the wind symbolise ?
(iii) What makes an echo in the poet’s heart ?
Q.13 Answer the following questions in about 30 words- (any1) 2
(i) What didi the child see at the sweetmeat shop ?
(ii) Describe Toto the monkey that Grandfather bought from the tonga-driver.
(iii) How did Toto come to grandfather’s private zoo?
Q.14 Answer the following question in about 75 words- 3
Write the central idea of the poem ‘The Road Not Taken.
Why did Margie hate school? Why did she think the old kind of school must have been fun?