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mp board set b annual exam paper 2023 class 12th english mp board / 4 मार्च का अंग्रेज़ी का पेपर कक्षा 12


mp board set b annual exam paper 2023 प्रिय विद्यार्थियों 4 मार्च को आप का हिंदी का पेपर होने वाला था अभी अभी वायरल हो चुका है संपूर्ण पेपर आपको आज की इस वीडियो के माध्यम से बताया जाएगा साथ में सभी क्वेश्चन के उत्तर पीडीएफ के साथ आपको प्रोवाइड किए जा रहे हैं सबसे पहले मैं अपने बारे में आपको बताना चाहूंगा मेरा नाम प्रियांश जैन है और मैं पेशे से एक टीचर हूं और आपके लिए हमेशा हेल्पफुल कंटेंट लेकर के आता रहता हूं जैसा की आप सभी लगातार इंतजार कर रहे थे कि पेपर कब मिलेगा शुभ फाइनली हम पेपर लेकर के आ चुके हैं संपूर्ण पेपर आपको दिखाया जा रहा है जिसमें सभी क्वेश्चन के आंसर आपको बताए जा रहे हैं ज्यादा से ज्यादा विद्यार्थियों तक इस पेपर को आपको शेयर करना है और पहुंचाना है जैसा कि आप सभी इस ब्लॉग के माध्यम से पेपर की पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड करने के लिए आए हैं और पेपर की पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड करना चाहते हैं पेपर की पीडीएफ डाउनलोड करना बहुत ही आसान है नीचे कुछ तरीके मैं आपको बताऊंगा जिन तरीकों से आप पेपर डाउनलोड कर सकते हैं 

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mp board set b annual exam paper 2023

                                             SECTION -A (Reading)

Q. 1 Read the following passage carefully and answer the

          questions given below:                                                                 [10]

Garbage is a great environmental hazard. It comes from various sources like used papers, tiffin packings, plastic bags, ice-cream wrappers, bottle caps, fallen leaves from trees and many more.

Garbage makes the premises ugly, unkempt and breeds diseases. A lot of trash that is thrown away contains material that can be recycled and reused such as paper, metals and glass which can be sent to the nearest recycling centre or disposed off to the junk dealer. It also contains organic matter such as leaves which can enrich soil fertility. A


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compost pit can be made at a convenient location where the refuse can be placed with layers of soil and an occasional sprinkling of water. This would help decomposition to make valuable fertilizer. This would also prevent pollution that is usually caused by burning such organic waste.


(a) The main sources of Garbage in present conditions-

(i) Household things                         (iii) Water and liquid

(ii) Plots and other materials          (iv) Plastic bags.

(b) Leaves can enrich ………..fertility.     (Fill up the blank)

(c) Give a great environmental hazard-

(i) water pollution                             (iii) garbage

(ii) air pollution                                  (iv) all of these.

(d) Garbage makes premises-

(i) clean                                                (ii) beautiful

(iii) ugly                                                (iv) dry.

(e) The noun form of the word ‘recycled’-

(i) recycle                                             (ii) recycling

(iii) recyclingly                                     (iv) to recycled.

(f) Give the meaning of the word ‘nearest-

(i) closest                                              (ii) closely

(iii) far                                                   (iv) far away.

(g) We can dispose off garbage to a-

(i) Grocer                                              (ii) Vender

(iii) Bookseller                                     (iv) Junk dealer.


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(h) Garbages can be reused by………..       (Fill up the blank)

(i) Give one word for ‘not well cared for; not tidy’.

(j) Give one word for ‘the action of making the air, water etc. dirty

Q.2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the

       questions   given below:                                                                        [4]

Life is not a bed of roses, but a bed of thorns. It is full of dangers and difficulties. In the race of life, we should not be afraid of the risk which is but natural. Success in any work in life goes to those persons who welcome risk. Science would not have made such wonderful achievements if our scientists had not risked their lives and comforts. The more difficult a work is, the harder should be our efforts to perform it. Life is not a smooth sailing. Petty difficulties frighten a weak heart, who is not prepared to take a risk. But brave hearts achieve fame and honour because they enjoy taking risks. In short, risk brings success and works miracles.


(A). Make notes in points from the given passage, using abbreviations, where necessary with title.

(B). Write a summary of the above passage in about 60 words.

                            SECTION – B (Writing)

Q. 3. Design an attractive and effective poster against the

         use of drugs.                                                                                           [4]


You are Ankit Gautam. You have found a school bag in the           playground of your school. Prepare a “Lost and Found” notice.


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Q 4. You are Anil Gupta residing at 158, Vasu Nagar, Barnagar.

         Write a letter to your friend, inviting him to your birthday party.


Write an application to your Principal to issue you some books from the book bank.

Q 5 . Write a paragraph on “Importance of Forests” in about 150



Last week on your way to school, you witnessed an incident of chain snatching near your school. A couple of senior students of your school chased the snatcher, caught him and handed him over to the police. Write a report on this daring act in 100-125 words for your school magazine.                   

          SECTION – C (Grammar)

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

(a) I have been living here since four years.         (correct the sentence)

(b) Ram prefers milk………….. tea.                         (than, to at)

(c) He died………….. malaria.                                   (of, from, by)

(d) He has hardly………….. money.                         (some, any)

(e) My father gave me ……… one rupee note.    (a/an/the)

(f) He lost………….. the money he had.                 (each, ever, all)

(g) She puts the books in the box yesterday.      (correct the sentence)

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

(a) People speak English all over the world.  (Change into passive voice)


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(b) (i) Radha did not go to school.   

      (ii) She was ill.

                             (Combine to make a complex sentence using ‘because’)

(c) He does his duty well.

        (Change into negative)

(d) Her father teaches her Hindi.

     (Change into past simple tense)

(e) The child cried for milk.

    (Change into present continuous)

(f) If they do not work properly, they will be punished.

           (Rewrite using ‘Unless’ in place of ‘If’)

(g) Some people are rich.

       They are not happy.

        (Combine using ‘but’)

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

        questions given below: 

Mukesh insists on being his own master.

        “I will be a motor mechanic,” he announces.

        “Do you know anything about cars ?” I ask.

        “I will learn to drive a car,”

he answers, looking straight into my eyes. His dream looms like a mirage amidst the dust of streets that fill his town Firozabad, famous for its bangles. Every other family in Firozabad is engaged in making bangles. It is the centre of India’s glass-blowing industry where families have spent generations working around furnaces, welding glass, making bangles for all the women in the land it seems.


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(1) What is Firozabad famous for?

(a) Bangles                     (c) Mechanics

(b) Cars                           (d) Motor bikes.

(2) What does ‘Mirage’ means?

(a) Hypertension           (b) Illusion

(c) Intuition b                 (d) Beautification.

(3) What is Mukesh’s attitude towards life?

(a) Pessimistic                (b) Omnipotent

(c) Optimistic                  (d) Realistic.

(4) What does every other family in Firozabad engaged in?

(a) Making toys                (b) Making bangles

(c) Making shoes             (d) Making clothes.

(5) What does Mukesh want to be ?

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

             Given   below :

When Aunt is dead, her terrified hands will lie

Still ringed with ordeals she was mastered by

The tigers in the panel that she made

Will go on prancing, proud and unafraid.


(1) Name of the poet of this poem :

(a) John Keats                     (c) Adrienne Rich

(b) Kamala Das                   (d) Robert Frost.


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(2) The word ‘terrified’ refers to :

(a) Aunt                                (c) Tigers

(b) Hands                             (d) Ordeals.

(3) The rhyme scheme of this extract is :

(a) AABB                              (c) ABBC

(b) ABAB                              (d) ABAC.

(B) Read the extract carefully and answer the questions

     Given  below:                                                                                      [4]

The first day in the land of apples was a bitter-cold one; for the snow still covered the ground, and the trees were bare. A large bell rang for breakfast, its loud metallic voice crashing through the belfry overhead and into our sensitive ears. The annoying clatter of shoes on bare floors gave us no peace. The constant clash of harsh noises, with an undercurrent of many voices murmuring an unknown tongue, made a bedlam within which I was securely tied. And though my spirit tore itself in struggling for its lost freedom, all was useless.


(1) Who is ‘I’ in the above lines?

(a) Bama                                       (c) Jo

(b) Zitkala-sa                                (d) Clare.

(2) How was the narrator feeling in her new school?

(a) Relieved                                  (c) Annoyed

(b) Ecstatic                                   (d) Mesmerized.


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(3) What is belfry ?

 (a) Dormitory                             (c) A kind of hostel

 (b) A room for rest                    (d) A bell tower.

(4) Name the chapter :

(a) Evan Tries an O-level             (c) The Tiger King

(b) Memories of Childhood        (d) The Enemy.

Q 10. Answer any five of the following questions :                 [10]

(i). What makes the city of Firozabad famous ?

(ii) What is the “misadventure” that William Douglas speaks about

(iii)  What was Gandhi’s politics intertwined with ?

(iv) What does the writer mean by the ‘fiery misery of those

      subjected to make up ?

(v)  What are some of the positive views on interviews ?

(vi)  Do you think the poet Pablo Neruda advocates total

       inactivity and death

(vii) What is the ‘sadness’ that the poet refers to the poem

Q. 11. Answer any three of the following questions :                      [6]

(i) Is Saheb happy working at the tea-stall ? Explain.

(ii) Why was Douglas determined to get over his fear of water?

(iii) Why did he show the thirty kronor to the peddler ?

(iv) Why Gandhi chide the lawyers of Muzaffarpur

(v) Why was the office boy frustrated ? Who did he show his on


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Q 12. Answer any two of the following questions :                          [4]

(i) Why does the poet ask us to keep still ?

(ii) Why is grandeur’ associated with the ‘mighty dead’ ?

(iii)  Where was the stand situated and how was it made?

(iv) What is the ‘Childish longing that the poet refers to ?

      Why is it ‘Vain’ ?

Q13. Answer any two of the following questions:                             [6]

(i) What does the third level refer to ?

(ii) Why did the Maharaja ban tiger hunting in the state ?

(iii) What was the first emotion of the narrator on facing

(iv) Who was Dr. Sadao ? Where was his house ?

Q.14. Answer the following question in 75 words :                           [3]

        (i) Why does Mr. Lamb leave his garden open ?


            Compare the characters of Mr. Lamb and  Derry

Q 15. Answer the following question in 75 words :                           [3]

          How did Douglas overcome his fear of water?


           Why do most celebrity writers despise being interviewed?


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विद्यार्थियों जैसा कि मैंने आपको पहले ही बता दिया था संपूर्ण पेपर की संपूर्ण सॉल्यूशन के साथ pdf में आपको देने जा रहा हूं देखिए वीडियो को डाउनलोड करने से पहले सबसे पहले आपको हमारे यूट्यूब चैनल को सब्सक्राइब करना होगा तभी आपको पीडीएफ मिल पाएगी इसके अलावा आपको टेलीग्राम ग्रुप को भी ज्वाइन करना होगा मतलब आप को पहले से ही हमारे फैमिली का मेंबर होना होगा तभी हम आपको पीडीएफ प्रोवाइड करा सकते हैं क्योंकि पीडीएफ हम एकदम फ्री दे रहे हैं आपके लिए तो चलिए आप जानते हैं किस प्रकार से हमें पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड करना है देखिए पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड करने के लिए नीचे आपको एक डाउनलोड का बटन देखेगा डाउनलोड का बटन देखने के बाद आपको उस बटन पर क्लिक कर देना है उस बटन पर जैसे ही आप क्लिक करेंगे लगभग 15 सेकंड आपको रुकना होगा 15 सेकंड रुकने के बाद आपको एक लिंक देखेगी लेकिन लिंक पर क्लिक करने से पहले किसी एक ऐड पर आपको क्लिक करना आवश्यक होगा जैसे ही आप ऐड पर क्लिक करेंगे लिंक एक्टिवेट हो जाएगी और आप पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड कर सकेंगे बहुत ही आसान तरीका आपको मैंने बता दिया है और आप अपनी पीडीएफ डाउनलोड करिए 

तो विद्यार्थियों उम्मीद करता हूं आप सभी को  पीडीएफ मिल चुकी होगी अगर अभी भी पीडीएफ नहीं मिली है या फिर कोई समस्या आ रही है या फिर आप से डाउनलोड करते नहीं आ रहा है तो आप मुझे इंस्टाग्राम पर मैसेज करिए मैं आपको पीडीएफ भेज दूंगा टेलीग्राम पर जाकर भी एक बार चेक कर ले टेलीग्राम पर भी मैं पीडीएफ डालते रहता हूं  मैं उम्मीद कर रहा हूं कि आपको वेबसाइट पर ही पीडीएफ मिल जाएगी आपको भटकने की जरूरत नहीं पड़ेगी तो आप सब के एग्जाम के लिए बेस्ट ऑफ लक आपका एग्जाम बहुत अच्छा जाए और आप इस ब्लॉक को ज्यादा से ज्यादा शेयर करिए और यूट्यूब चैनल को सब्सक्राइब कर लीजिए ज्यादा से ज्यादा मित्रों तक इन प्रश्नों को पहुंचाएं ताकि सभी की हेल्प हो पाए और सभी अपनी अच्छी तैयारी कर सकें


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