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Class 11th English annual paper 2024 pdf : कक्षा 11वी अंग्रेज़ी वार्षिक पेपर 2024


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Class 11th English annual paper 2024
Class 11th English annual paper 2024

Class 11th English annual paper 2024

Q.1. Read the following passage and answer the questions given Below                             [10]                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Ecology teaches us the interdependence of all life forms. Yoga goes a step further and teaches us the unity of all life forms.With the wider and deeper understanding of ecology, man has come to understand his link with nature better. He has shed his anthropocentric arrogance. It is hoped that he will take a step further and come to the ‘Amrit of Yoga’, as many ecologists have already done.Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose noted the ability of plants to react to their environs. That was in the 1920s. After his demise, the research was given up.

It was left to the modern day scientists to produce irrefutableproof that plants can not only establish ‘Yoga’ with living things around them, including man, but they also can read our minds and intentions. The doyen of these living researches, Cleve Backster says, “There is no doubt in my mind that we are all one.” Most of the top scientists of the world echo these sentiments, or rather, this conviction. All say, “We are Unity”. And in the spectrum of ‘we’, every living thing on this earth is included. The language of the

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theory of the hoary ‘Yogis’ may be unintelligible: the ground trod may be ‘terra incognita’ to us. Now, however, scientists are speaking in scientific parlance, which we can comprehend. But shall we heed even them?

We have the various traditional paths to yoga: Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Tantra Yoga and others. For the scientifically inclined modern man, a new path has been discovered. Let us name it “Ecology Yoga”.

Questions :

(a) Yoga teaches us the……..of all life forms.

(i) Interdependence                               (ii) Unity

(iii) Both (i) and (ii)                              (iv) Ecology.

(b) Write a similar meaning for ‘Demise’.

(i) Life                                                   (iii) Death

(ii) Modern                                            (iv) Further.

(c) Sir Jagdish C. Bose observed………

(i) law of gravity                                   (iii) ability of plants

(ii) transpiration                                    (iv) photosynthesis

(d) The spectrum of ‘we’ includes :

(i) – only men                                        (iii) every living thing on earth

(ii) only plants                                       (iv) only animals.

(e) What is the antonym of ‘Arrogance’?

(i) Bossy                                                (iii) Haughty

(ii) Aloof                                               (iv) Humility.

(f) Which new path has been discovered for modern man ?

(i) Bhakti Yoga                                      (ii) Karma Yoga

(iii) Ecology Yoga                                 (iv) Tantra Yog

(h) Ecology teaches us the interdependence of all life forms. (True/False)

(i) Give the word from the passage that has the same meaning

      as “a style of using words”.

(j) Name any one path to yoga.

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Q 2. Read the following passage and make notes on the basis of  comprehension of

         the passage and give a suitable title.                                                                           [4]                                   

True health and true success go together, for they are inseparably interwined in the thought realm. By the power of faith, every enduring work is accomplished. Faith in the Supreme; faith in the over-ruling law; faith in your work and in your power to accomplish that work, here is the rock upon which you must build if you would achieve, if you would stand and not fall. To follow, under all circumstances, the highest promptings within you; to be always true to the divine self; to rely upon the inward Light, the inward Voice, and to pursue your purpose with a fearless and restful heart, believing that the future will yield unto you the need of every thought and effort; knowing that the laws of the universe can never fail, and that your own will come back to you with mathematical exactitude, this is faith and the living of faith. By the power of such faith, the dark waters of uncertainty are divided, every mountain of difficulty crumbles away, and the believing soul passes on unharmed. Strive, O reader ! to acquire, above everything the priceless possession of this dauntless faith, for it is the talisman of happiness, of success, of peace, of power, of all that makes life great and superior to suffering. Build upon such a faith, and you build I upon the Rock of the Eternal, and with the Materials of the Eternal, and structure that you erect will never be dissolved, for it will transcend all the accumulations of material luxuries and riches, the end of which is dust.Whether you are hurled into the depths of sorrow, or lifted upon the heights of joy, ever retain your hold upon this faith, ever return to it as your rock of refuge, and keep your feet firmly planted upon its immortal and immovable base. Centred in such a faith, you will become possessed of such a spiritual strength as will shatter, like so many toys of glass, all the forces of evil that are hurled against you, and you will achieve success such as the mere striver afterworldly gain can never know or ever dream of.

                                       SECTION – B (Writing)

Q 3.  Mr. N. K. Gupta, Senior History teacher, invites application from th  students of class XI who want to go on a historical tour during the vacation. He gave May 15, as the last date for the applications to reach the undersigned. In this connection, he puts up a notice on the school noticeboard.                                                                                                                      [4]                         


You are going abroad. You want to sell your house, built three years ago. Draft an advertisement in not more than 50 words giving all the necessary details of the house and its locality. Contact no. 94145645.                                                                         

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Q 4. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper about frequent breakdown of water

         and electricity supply in your locality.                                                                   [4]                                            


        Write a letter to your friend, congratulating him on his brilliant  success in the

        High School Examination. 

Q 5.  With the help of the words given below, produce a report on a match between

         India and New Zealand in 40-50 words.                                                                [4]                                                 

         (i) Venue of the match,          (ii) Weather                   , (iii) The Toss,

         (iv) The winning team,          (v) Man of the match,      (vi) Reaction of the spectators.      


Write a debate in about 150-200 words either for or against the motion.Topic: “Money

is the only thing that matters in today’s life.”                      

                                          SECTION – C (Grammar)

Q 6. Sentence corrections/fill ups (any five) :                     .                                           [5]

(i) Mr. Sharma is ….. honest man.

(ii) Did you read …………… book today?

(iii) I have not seen her ……….. March.

(iv) I am used to………………. in queue.

(v) Nitin jumped …….. the river.

(vi) My hen has………. two eggs.

Q 7. Do as directed (Any five) :                                                                                        [5]

(i) Reeta teaches English.    (Change into negative)

(ii) He plays hockey.             (Change the voice)

(iii) He can drive a car. He can ride a motorcycle.

                                                (Combine using neither…………..nor).

(iv) The grapes are very sour. We couldn’t eat them.

                                              (Combine with ‘too ……. to’)

(v) He works hard. He may pass the exams.

                                              (Combine the sentences using so……. that)

(vi) Aayush bought a bicycle.

                                             (Change into Present Continuous Tense)

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SECTION – D (Text Books)

Q 8. Read the extract carefully and answer the questions :                                              [5]

When I went up to University, I was given a room of my own. The common link of friendship was snapped. My grandmother accepted her seclusion with resignation. She rarely left her spinning-wheel to talk to anyone. From sunrise to sunset she sat by her wheel spinning and reciting prayers. Only in the afternoon she relaxed for a while to feed the sparrows. While she sat in the verandah breaking the bread into little bits, hundreds of little birds collected round her creating a veritable bedlam of chirrupings. Some came and perched on her legs, others on her shoulders. Some even sat on her head. She smiled but never shooted them away. It used to be the happiest half-hours of the day for her.


(i) How did the author’s grandmother spend her days?

(a) By spinning wheel              (c) By feeding the sparrows

(b) By reciting prayers             (d) all of these

(ii) Grandmother was very relaxed when the author went

       up to university.                                                (True/False)

(iii) Grandmother accepted her……. with resignation.

(iv) ‘A veritable bedlam of chirrupings’ means:

(a) boring noise produced by birds             (b) confusing noise and chaos caused by the birds

(c) unpleasant sound produced by birds     (d) light sound produced by birds.

(v) Write the antonym of ‘Happiest’.

Q 9. (A) Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions given below :       [3]                                                              

          The sea holiday

Was her past, mine is her laughter. Both wry

With the laboured ease of loss.

Now she’s been dead nearly as many years

As that girl lived. And of this circumstance

There is nothing to say at all.

Its silence silences.

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Questions :

         (i) What does the poet feel in this stanza ?

         (ii) ‘Her’ in the above extracts refers to the :

               (a) Poet                              (c) Poet’s mother

    (b) Poet’s daughter             (d) Poet’s sister

        (iii) What is the meaning of the word ‘wry’ ?

              (a) Pleased                          (c) Labour

   (b) Displeased                     (d) Silence.

Q 9.(B) Read the following extract and answer the questions

           given below:                                                                                                          [4]

He let his chin sink upon his chest, stretched out his legs, stared broodingly into the fire. He remained like this so long, and his thoughts were so filled with Christine, that he started when the old woman opposite suddenly addressed him. Her meditation had pursued a different course.

“Susan said not to give her the chloroform if it would harm the baby. She’s awful set upon this child, Doctor, bach.” Her old eyes warmed at a sudden thought. She added in a low tone: “Ay, we all are, I fancy.”


(i) What is the name of the doctor, newly out of medical college?

(ii) Who is Susan ?

(a) Andrew’s friend                     (c) Morgan’s wife

(b) Morgan’s friend                    (d) Andrew’s daughter.

(iii) Christine wanted to avoid……

(iv) Which word in the extract is synonym of ‘Chase/Follow’ ?

Q 10. Answer the following questions in about 30 words (Any five)                 [10]

(i)   List the steps taken by the captain to check the flooding of                                      

       water in the ship.

(ii)   King Tut’s body has been subjected to repeated scrutiny. Why ?

(iii)  Tut’s body was buried along with gilded treasures. Why

(iv)   Explain : “You need some interaction to cause a transition.”

(v)    Explain : “The lack of determinism in quantum theory !”

(vi)   Who was Prof. Gaitonde ? What was his plan in Bombay ?

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Q 11.Answer the following questions in about 30 words (Any three):                        [6]

(i) What does the phrase “her barred face identity mask” mean?                                      

(ii) What does the phrase “strange to tell” mean?

(iii) Why are the last two lines put within brackets ?

(iv) What is the poet’s feeling towards childhood

Q 12. Answer the following questions in about 30 words (Any two):                [4]

(i) The story is about which two characters ?                            

(ii) Why did the narrator of the story ‘The Address’ want to forget

       the address ?

(iii) The play “Mothers Day” was written in the 1950s, what are

        the issues it raises ?

Q 13. Answer the following questions in about 75 words (Any two):                           [6]

(i) What does Andrew feel about marriage ?                             

(ii) List the steps taken by the captain to protect the ship

     when rough weather began.

(iii) Describe the mental condition of the voyagers on 4 and 5 January.

Q 14. Answer any one of the following questions in 100-120 words.

          Explain the statement, “King Tut is one of the first mummies

          to be scanned in death, as in life…”                                                                           [3]


         What were the results of the CT scan ?

Q 15. Answer any one of the following questions in 100-120 words.

          What do you like the most about the poem ‘The Laburnum Top’?                           [3]                                                                                   


          There are two voices in the poem. Who do they belong to ?

          Which  lines indicate this?

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EXAM TYPEवार्षिक परीक्षा 2024
EXAM DATE23 march
Class 11th English annual paper 2024

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