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Class 10th SET A English vaarshik paper 2024 || कक्षा 10वी अंग्रेज़ी वार्षिक परीक्षा पेपर 2024


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EXAM TYPEवार्षिक परीक्षा 2024
EXAM DATE19 February
Class 10h SET A English vaarshik paper 2024

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कक्षा 10वी

विषय English

Instructions :-            

  • All questions are compulsory
  • Marks of question are given against them

                                                          SECTION -A

  1.  Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it

Indira Gandhi was the first woman Prime Minister of India. She was born in Allahabad on November 19, 1917. She was the only child of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and Kamla Nehru. Indira was a lovely child so her parents and grandparents called her Indira Priyadarshini.They lived in a big house. Its name was Anand Bhawan.Little Indira had many dolls. Some of them were from foreign. She loved to play with them.he dressed them like brides and bridegrooms or Raja and Rani or Satyagrahis and Policemen.At the age of four, Indira went to Gandhiji’s Ashram at Sabarmati. There she slept on the floor and ate simple food.  

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Questions: –

(a) Indira Gandhi lived in                                                                        1

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(i) Kamla Bhawan

(iii) Anand Bhawan

(ii) Nehru Bhawan

(iv) Gandhi Bhawan.

(b) At what age, Indira Gandhi went to Gandhi Ashram ?                1

(i) 8

(iii) 10

(ii) 4

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(iv) 6.

(c) Gandhiji’s Ashram was at :                                                                 1

(i) Allahabad

(iii) Delhi

(ii) Lucknow

(iv) Sabarmati.

(d) Who was the first woman Prime Minister of India?                       1

(e) Which word in the passage means ‘Newly married man??           1

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 Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it :                                                                          

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The national emblem of the government of India is the symbol of peace and goodwill to the world. It was the royal insignia of the Emperor Ashoka. It was taken from the pillar at Sarnath. The pillar was primarily intended to commemorate the great wheel with 24 spokes. The four animals carved in relief in the abacus of the wheel- the elephant, horse, bull and lion symbolise the four quarters of the universe. The boldly designed, finally proportioned and well conceptualised architecture draws the admiration of the beholder and recalls the first   pose of their limbs and tense muscular anatomy speak of the imagination of an accomplished master craftsman. Their faces and free-flowing manes, the bold contours of their rounded figures, their subtle modelling in relief manifest the unerring and confident hand of master artists of the Mauryan Court.

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(a) How many spokes are there in the great wheel of the pillar?                  1

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(i) 7                                                               (ii) 10

(iii) 24                                                          (iv) 15.

(b) The four animals carved in the abacus of the wheel symbolise :             1

(i) the four powers                                     (ii) the four days

(iii) the four quarters                                (iv) the four forests.”

(c) The national emblem has been taken from the                                            

(i) pillar at Qutub Minar                           (ii) pillar at Sarnath                            1

(iii) first Sermon                                         (iv) government.

(d) The national emblem recalls the first sermon by………….. at Sarnath.    1

(e) Give the noun form of ‘Great’.                                                                1

                                     SECTION – B

  •   Read the following passage carefully. Make notes and supply

  a suitable title  :                                                                                             4                                                                 

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Each one of us must realize that the only future of India and its people is one of tolerance and co-operation, which have been the basis of our glorious past. We have laid down in our constitution that India is a secular state. This does not mean irreligion. It means equal respect for all faiths and equal opportunities for those who prefer different faiths. We have, therefore always to keep in mind this vital aspect of our culture which is also of the highest importance in India today. Those who put up barriers between one Indian and another and who promote disruptive tendencies do not serve the cause of India and its culture. They weaken us at home and discredit us abroad.

  •   Write an application to your Principal to grant you

            full fee concession/scholarship.                                                                 4                                                       


           Write a letter to your friend to attend your brother’s


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  •  Write an essay on any one of the following topics in about

          200 words:                                                                                                        5

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My Hobby          

(ii)      A Cricket Match

  •  Science in your daily life    
  •  An Indian Festival.


          On the basis of the following points-prepare an article in about

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          80 words:

    6.  Write a paragraph of about 80 words on the basis of the visual given:    3

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                                    SECTION – C

7.  Fill in the correct word given in the brackets (any five) :                      5

    (i) See that you have not………… anything in the room of the lodge.

                                            (leave, left)

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    (ii) Iron is…………… useful metal.

                                                          (a, an)

    (iii) I wish I ………… a king.

                                                           (was, were)

    (iv) She………… the room for 3 months

                                                         .(is cleaning, has been cleaning)

    (v) I don’t like………….. of them.

                                                         (either, neither)                            

    (vi) He is poor…………. honest.

                                                          (and, but)

    (vii) Do not buy………….. fruits.

                                                         (rot, rotten, rottened)

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8.  Do as directed (any five)                                                                          5

(i)    He was punished for stealing the ring.  (Make a question with ‘Why’)

(ii)    I cut my nails last evening.                     (Change into negative)

(iii)   They spend money uselessly.                (Change into interrogative)

(iv)    She has lost her pen.                             (Change into Past Perfect Tense)

(v)     He works hard. He may get success.   (Combine with “so….that”)

(vi)    He is old. He works hard.                      (Combine with ‘and’ or ‘but’)

(vii)    They are playing cricket.                       (Change into passive voice)

                                      SECTION – D 

9.   Choose the correct option:                                                                       4

(i) In ‘The Ball Poem’, what does “in the world of possessions” mean?

(A) Lone                                         (B) Hate

(C) Materialistic things               (D) None of the above.

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(ii) Which fruit does the author compare the baker’s physique with?

(A) Jackfruit

(B) Banana

(C) Watermelon

(D) Muskmelon.

(iii) What did Buddha ask Kisa Gotami to bring?

(A) A handful of mustard seeds

(C) A handful of maize

(B) A handful of wheat

(D) A handful of barley.

(iv) What is the colour of the ramparts of the young lady?

(A) Golden

(C) Honey

(B) Silver

(D) Brown.

10.    Read the extracts carefully and answer the following questions’

          Given below:                                                                                            3

No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

Even in the grimmest times in prison, when my comrades and I were pushed to our limits, I would see a glimmer of humanity in one of the guards, perhaps just for a second, but it was enough to reassure me and keep me going. Man’s goodness is a flame that can be hidden but never extinguished.


(a) Who is saying these lines?

(i) Mr. de Klerk

(iii) Oliver Tambo

(ii) Thabo Mbeki

(iv) Nelson Mandela.

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(b) What comes more naturally to human heart?

(i) Hate                              (iii) Love

(ii) Weakness                   (iv) Strength.

(c) What was the occasion ?

 (i) College function

 (iii) Army day

 (ii) Oath taking ceremony

 (iv) Party meeting.

(B)   “I heard an old religious man                                                  3

But yesternight declare

That he had found a text to prove

That only God, my dear,

Could love you for yourself alone

And not your yellow hair.”


(a) Who was it that the poet had heard?

(i) A Priest

(iii) A King

(ii) An old religious man

(iv) None of these.

(b) Who can love us for who we are and not for how we look ?

(i) Poet

(ii) Young boy

(iii) Old man

(iv) God.

(c) Which word in the extract means ‘A religious book’?

(i) God

(iii) Text

(ii) Religious man

(iv) None of these.

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11. Answer the following short answer type questions in

          30 words (Prose)                                                                                         12

1.What happened to Lencho’s field after the rain                        

2.What does Mandela set for the future of South Africa ?

3. What tells you that Anne loved her grandmother?

4. What are the elders in Goa nostalgic about

5. What did Mij do to the box?

6.What was Valli’s favourite pastime ?

7. When her son dies, Kisa Gotami goes from house to house.

    What does she ask for ?

12. Answer the following short answer type questions in

          30 words (Poetry)                                                                                         4

1. Describe the sky when ‘Dakota’ took off from Paris ?

2. What was Valli’s deepest desire ? Find the words and phrases

    in the story that tell you this.

3. How do you usually understand the idea of ‘selfishness’ ? Do you

    agree with Kisa Gotami that she was being ‘selfish in her grief’ ?

13. Answer the following short answer type questions in

          30 words (Footprints)                                                                                    4

1. What is the theme of the poem ‘A Tiger in the Zoo’ ?

          2. What does “in the world of possessions” mean?

3. How old do you think Amanda is ? How do you know this?

14. Answer the following long answer type question in 75 words (Prose) :

         Find three things that tell us that the fog is like a cat.                              3


“Belinda tickled him she tickled him unmerciful …..” why ?

15. Answer the following question in about 75 words.                                      3

Who is the real culprit in the story ‘A Question of Trust’ ?


How did Richard Ebright’s mother help him ?

16. Answer the following question in about 75 words.                                       3

What kind of person is Mr. Loisel, her husband ? 


The course of the Loisel’s life changed due to the necklace. Comment.

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