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Board Madhya Pradesh Board Of Secondary Education (MPBSE)
Class 12th, 12th, 11th,12th
Session 2023-24
Exam Date September 2023
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QUARTERY EXAMS 2023-24

CLASS-XII

Time-03 hours SUBJECT-ENGLISH (Set-B) MM -80

SECTION-A (READING)

 

Q.1- Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below. 1×10=10

Time was when people looked heavenward and prayed, “Ye Gods, give us rain, keep drought away.” Today there are those who pray. “Give us rain, keep El Nino away.” El Nino and its atmospheric equivalent, called the Southern Oscillation, are together referred to as ENSO, and are household words today. Meteorologists recognize it as often being responsible for natural disaster worldwide. But this wisdom dawned only after countries suffered, first from the lack of knowledge, and then from the lack of coordination between policy making and the advances in scientific knowledge. Put simply, El Nino is a weather event restricted to certain tropical shores, especially the Peruvian coast. The event has diametrically opposite impacts on the land and sea. The Peruvian shore is a desert. But every few years, an unusually warm ocean current – El Nino – warms up the normally cold surface-waters off the Peruvian coast, causing very heavy rains in the early half of the year, and then, miraculously, the desert is matted green. Crops like cotton, coconuts and banana grow on the otherwise stubbornly barren land. These are the Peruvians’ anos de abundencia or years of abundance. The current had come to be termed El Nino, or the Christ Child because it usually appears as an enhancement if a mildly warm current that normally occurs here around every Christmas. But this boon on land is accompanied by oceanic disasters. Normally, the waters off the South American coast are among the most productive in the world because of a COMPREHENSION TEST constant up swelling of nutrient rich cold waters from the ocean depths. During an El Nino, however waters are stirred up only from near the surface. The nutrient-crunch pushes down primary production, disrupting the food chain. Many marine species, including anchoveta (anchovies) temporarily disappear. This is just one damning effect of El Nino. Over the years its full impact has been studied and what the Peruvians once regarded as manna, is now seen as a major threat.

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Questions.

  1. The years of abundance is when

(a) the deserts are matted green.

(b) marine species is destroyed.

(c) El Nino occurs during Christmas.

(d) None of the above

  1. How can we say that El Nino proves to be a boon for South American Coast?

(a) It causes the destruction of many marine species such as anchoveta.

(b) It warms up normally cold surface waters off causing heavy rains.

(c) It causes an upswelling of rich nutrients making it the most productive in the world.

(d) It enhances warm currents around every Christmas.

iii. El Nino in a layman language is

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(a) Southern Oscillation.

(b) a weather event.

(c) a natural disaster.

(d) None of the above.

  1. Meteorologists took time to understand El Nino because

(a) they recognized it as an atmospheric equivalent and hence called it Southern Oscillation. (b) they suffered from lack of knowledge about El Nino as they were not scientifically advanced.

(c) it was neither a disaster nor a boon for the people living in desert areas.

(d) All of the above

  1. The phrase, ‘damning effect’ means
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(a) destructive effects.

(b) full effects.

(c) negative effects.

(d) disrupting effects.

  1. The word which means – equal in value, power and meaning is

(a) current.

(b) equivalent.

(c) unusual.

(d) appear.

vii. What, according to the author, is a positive effect of El Nino?

(a) It results in vegetation on barren lands.

(b) It comes around Christmas.

(c) It causes changes in atmosphere.

(d) It is regarded as manna.

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viii. People today, pray to God to keep

(a) drought away.

(b) El Nino away.

(c) rains and droughts away.

(d) El Nino and droughts away.

  1. Which of the following word is the antonym for Fertile?

(a) abundance.

(b) barren.

(c) matted.

(d) None of the above.

  1. What are the two types of landscapes that are effected by El Nino?

(a) Tropical shores and land.

(b) Deserts and oceans.

(c) Coastal areas and sea.

(d) All of the above.

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Q.2- Read the passage carefully answer the questions given below:                                              04

A hybrid vehicle is a vehicle which uses two or more kinds of propulsion. Most hybrid vehicles use a conventional gasoline engine as well as an electric motor to provide power to the vehicle. These are usually called hybrid electric-vehicles, or HEVs. Hybrids use two types of propulsion in order to use gasoline more efficiently than conventional vehicles do. Most hybrid vehicles use the gasoline engine as a generator which sends power to the electric motor. The electric motor then powers the car. In conventional vehicles, the gasoline engine powers the vehicle directly. Since the main purpose of using a hybrid system is to efficiently use resources, most hybrid vehicles also use other efficient systems. Most hybrid vehicles have regenerative braking systems. In conventional vehicles, the gasoline engine powers the brakes, and the energy used in braking is lost. In regenerative braking systems, the energy lost in braking is sent back into the electrical battery for use in powering the vehicle. Some hybrid vehicles use periodic engine shutoff as a gas-saving feature. When the vehicle is idle, the engine temporarily turns off. When the vehicle is put back in gear, the engine comes back on. Some hybrids use tyres made of a stiff material which rolls easily and prevents drag on the vehicle. Since hybrid vehicles use less gasoline than conventional vehicles, they put fewer emissions into the atmosphere than conventional vehicles do. As hybrids have become more popular, conventional vehicles are being used less, and the level of emissions being put into the air is decreasing. Hybrid vehicles are an example of an energy – efficient technology that is good for both consumers and the environment.

Questions:

i.-Make note based on the above passage.

Ii.-Give a suitable title too.

SECTION-B (WRITING)

Q.3-Design an attractive poster with catchy slogans on ‘Blood Donation Camp’ to be held at Govt. hospital of area.                                                                                                                                                  04

Or

  1. Prepare an attractive poster against the use of drugs..

Q.4– Write a letter to the collector of your district about the lack of facilities and

malfunctioning of the government hospital of your area..                                             04

Or

You are Priyanshi Rai, studying in Govt. HSS Rajpur. Write an to application principal to change your subject from Mathematics to Biology.

Q.5– Write a short paragraph in about 120 words about ‘The Role of Family and Society in Education.                                                                                                                                                   04

or

With the help of the following inputs given below produce a write up on ‘NSS Camp’ (in about 120 words)

  1. NSS Camp in Rampur village b.100 volunteers c. Planting of trees
  2. cleaning of drains e. Adult literacy classes

SECTION-C (GRAMMAR)

Q.6-Fill in the blanks-(Any five)                                                                                                         1×5=5

  1. No sooner did he start his work …… the guests arrived. (when, then, than)
  2. His uncle died …………. Cancer. (by, from, of)

iii. We ……….. to respect our elders? (ought, should, must)

  1. He has ……. his bag. (forgot, forgetted, forgotten)
  2. Can I have….………. soup, please? (some, many, any)
  3. There were trees on………………side of the road. (either both, all)

Q.7-Do as directed-(Any five) 1×5=5

  1. He does not like tea. He does not like coffee.

(Combine these sentences using ‘neither ……. nor’)

  1. She cut her finger. (Change into negative)

iii. There is a will. There is a way. (Combine the sentences using ‘where’ )

  1. Unless you have money, you can’t buy this book. (Rewrite the sentence using ‘if’)
  2. It is true that he has won the match. (Identify the underlined clause)
  3. Mumbai is larger than Agra. (Rewrite the sentence using Positive Degree.)

SECTION-D (TEXT BOOKS)

Q.8-Read the following extract and answer the questions that follow.

“Why do you do this?” I ask Saheb whom I encounter every morning scrounging

for gold in the garbage dumps of my neighbourhood. Saheb left his home long

ago. Set amidst the green fields of Dhaka, his home is not even a distant memory.

There were many storms that swept away their fields and homes, his mother tells

him. That’s why they left, looking for gold in the big city where he now lives. “I

have nothing else to do,” he mutters, looking away. “Go to school,” I say glibly,

realizing immediately how hollow the advice must sound. “There is no school in

my neighbourhood. When they build one, I will go.”

Questionsi. Who is ‘ I ‘ in the above lines?

(a) Anees Jung (b) Jack Finney

(c) Alphonse Daudet (d) Collin Dexte

  1. Which chapter has this extract been taken from?
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(a) Lost Spring (b) The Last Lesson

(c) Deep Water (d) The Rattrap

iii. What does the word ‘Amidst’ mean?

(a) In the middle of (b) In the corner of

(c) In the right side of (d) In the left side of

  1. Why does the word ‘Glibly’ mean

(a) Superficially (b) Intrinsically

(c) confidently (d) None of these

 

Q.9- Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow.

 

(A) But after the airport’s

security check, standing a few yards

away, I looked again at her, wan,

pale

as a late winter’s moon and felt that

old

familiar ache, my childhood’s fear,

but all I said was see you soon,

Amma,

All I did was smile and smile and smile…….

Questions:                                                                                                                                             1×3=3

  1. Which of these has the poet compare mother’s face to?
  2. full moon brightness b. late winter’s moon
  3. young children d. young tree
  4. From which poem has the above text been taken?
  5. Keeping Quiet b. A thing of Beauty
  6. My Mother at Sixty-Six d. A Road Side Stand

iii. Why did the poet look at her mother again?

  1. to see if she was sleeping b. to check if she was well
  2. to bid her good bye d. to say something to her

(B)

Early this year, I found myself aboard a Russian research vessel — the Akademik Shokalskiy — heading towards the coldest, driest, windiest continent in the world: Antarctica. My journey began 13.09 degrees north of the Equator in Madras, and involved crossing nine time zones, six checkpoints, three bodies of water, and at least as many ecospheres. By the time I actually set foot on the Antarctic continent I had been travelling over 100 hours in a combination of a car, an aeroplane and a ship; so, my first emotion on facing Antarctica’s expansive white landscape and the uninterrupted blue horizon was a relief, followed up with an immediate and profound wonder. Wonder at its immensity, its isolation, but mainly at how there could ever have been a time when India and Antarctica were part of the same landmass.

Questions                                                                                                                1×4=4

  1. What were the writer’s feelings on reaching the continent?
  2. of relief and amazement b. of relief and tiredness
  3. of relief but sadness d. of isolation and unhappiness
  4. From which lesson has the above text been taken?
  5. Evans Tries an O Level b. Memories of Childhood
  6. The Tiger King d. Journey to the End of the Earth

iii. Where was the narrator travelling to?

  1. Amsterdam b. Antarctica
  2. Rusia d. India
  3. In the above text the word ‘isolation’ means-
  4. separation b. society
  5. company d. connection

Q.10- Answer the following questions in about 30 words (any five)                                     2×5=10

 

I What had been put up on the bulletin-board?

  1. What did Franz notice that was unusual about the school that day?

III. In the lesson ‘The Lost Spring, who is Mukesh? What is his dream?

  1. Who is Mukesh? What is his dream ?
  2. Why did Franz not want to go to school that day?
  3. What is the “misadventure” that William Douglas speaks about?

 

Q.11- Answer the following questions in about 30 words (any three)                                    2×3=6

  1. Why did William Douglas develop aversion to the water when he was three or four years old?
  2. What is the kind of pain and ache that the poet feels in the poem My Mother at Sixty-Six?

III. What are the different types of wars mentioned in the poem Keeping Quiet?

  1. How would keeping quiet affect the life in and around the sea?

 

Q.12- Answer the following questions in about 30 words (any two)                                       2×2=4

  1. Why did Charley run away from the third level?
  2. Why did the Maharaja decide to get married?

III. Why was Dr. Sadao kept in Japan and not sent abroad with the troops?

 

Q.13- Answer the following questions in about 75 words (any two)                                        3×2=6

  1. Which two incidents in Douglas’ early life made him scared of water?
  2. What made the peddler finally change his ways?

III. Who was Saheb? What was the plight that compelled him to wander in the streets of Delhi for rag picking?

 

Q.14- Answer the following question in about 75 words                                                            3×1=3

Write the central idea of the poem ‘My Mother at Sixty-Six’

Or

Write the central idea of the poem ‘Keeping Quiet.

Q.15- Answer the following question in about 75 words                                                            3×1=3

How did Charley reach the third level of the Grand Central Station?

Or

Write a character sketch of Dr. Sadao.

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