Class 10th English Half yearly model paper 2022-23 – RBSE Board

Class 10th English Half yearly model paper 2022-23 - RBSE Board
Class 10th English Half yearly model paper 2022-23 - RBSE Board

Class 10th English Half yearly model paper 2022-23 – RBSE Board हेलो दोस्तों स्वागत है आपका हमारे वेबसाइट पर ।अगर आप भी आरबीएसआई बोर्ड के स्टूडेंट है और आपके अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षाएं शुरू होने वाले हैं तो इसके लिए आपको चिंता करने की जरूरत नहीं है क्योंकि हमारी वेबसाइट पर आज आपको आरबीएसई बोर्ड अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा कक्षा दसवी 2023 के अंग्रेजी के मॉडल पेपर का पीडीएफ देने वाले हैं । जो आपको आपकी अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षाओ की तैयारी में बहुत मदद करने वाला है। इसे आप यह जान जाएंगे आपके स्कूल में किस तरह का पेपर आपको हॉफ ईयरली में मिलने वाला है। आपके अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा में आपके पूरे सिलेबस से 50% क्वेश्चन आने वाले हैं और यह मॉडल पेपर भी उसी आधार पर बनाया गया है ।

 

इसके अलावा आप लोगो में से बहुत बहुत से बच्चे confused रहते हैं कि हम परीक्षा की तैयारी कहां से करें और कैसे करें।

अगर आप परीक्षा में बहुत अच्छा प्रदर्शन करना चाहते हैं तो इसके लिए आप NCERT को ही prefer करें और इसके साथ हमारे नोट्स से आपको आपकी परीक्षा की तैयारी में बहुत मदद मिलेगी। इसके अलावा प्रीवियस ईयर क्वेश्चन पेपर भी लगा सकते हैं जिससे कि आप की क्वेश्चन के प्रैक्टिस हो सके। इसके लिए आप  हमारे वेबसाइट पर visit कर सकते है । हमारे वेबसाइट पर ऐसे ही इस आरबीएसई बोर्ड कक्षा 10 के सभी विषयों के सभी  पाठों के प्रश्नोत्तर, question bank सॉल्यूशन , ncert solution , model paper, previous year question solution, पीडीएफ form में उपलब्ध है। आप उसे हमारी website se pdf form में download कर सकते है । आपको हमारी वेबसाइट पर आपकी पढ़ाई से related सारे study material पीडीएफ फार्म में मिल जाएंगे ।

Class 10th English Half yearly model paper 2022-23 – RBSE Board

 Half yearly 

Class- 10 

Subject – English

Time2.30 hr                                    mm:70

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General Instructions:

(i) First 15 minutes are allotted to candidates for reading the question paper carefully.

(ii) All questions are compulsory.

(iii) This question paper is divided into two parts-Part-‘A’ and Part-‘B

‘ (iv) Part ‘A’ consists of multiple choice questions. 

There are 20 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each. Read the question wise instructions and mark your answer on the given OMR sheet. Do not erase, cut or use whitener on the OMR sheet.

(v) Part ‘B’ consists of descriptive type questions. 

(vi) Marks are indicated against each question.

Part – ‘A’

20 × 1 =20

(Q. 1-3): Read the following passage carefully and choose the correct option to answer the questions that follow:

Subhash Chandra Bose was a great leader of India. His countrymen called him ‘Netaji’ because he led them on the right path. He was imprisoned many times. But he soon found out that more efforts should be made to make India free. The British power was getting weaker in the Second World 4 War. He thought of shaking it from all sides.

One day, he escaped from Calcutta in the guise of a Pathan’ and went to Germany via Peshawar. From Germany, he went to Japan. He organised the Indian National Army that fought many battles against the British forces. He said to his countrymen “Give me blood and I will give you freedom”.

1. Who was Subhash Chandra Bose? 

(a) great leader

(b) great teacher

(c) great scientist

(d) none of these

2. “Give me blood and I will give you freedom.” Who said this statement? 

(a) Mahatma Gandhi

(b) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(c) Subhash Chandra Bose

(d) Moti Lal Nehru

3. Indian National Army’ was organised by-

(a) Subhash Chandra Bose

(b ) lokmanya tilak

(c) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(d) Mahatma Gandhi

Choose the correct option to answer the following:

4. She has……… to the party.

(a) go 

(b)went

(c ) gone

(d) going 

5.if you don’t not any work you are–

(a)lazy 

(b)active

(c ) laborious

(d) all of these

Rearrange the following word clusters to make a meaningful sentence from 

God/ a precious/life/is/to/gift/ us.

(a) Life is a precious gift to us from God. 

(b) To us, life is a precious gift from God.

(c) From God, life is a precious gift to us.

 (d) Life is a precious gift from us to God.

7. Which of the following words in misspelled?

(a) receive 

(b) recieve

(c) recive

(d) reisive

8. It has been raining……morning.

(a) from

(b) since

(c) for

(d) by

(Q. 9-10): Read the passage given below. Choose the correct answer the questions that follow:

With a satisfied expression he regarded the field of ripe corn with its flowers, draped in a curtain of rain. But suddenly a strong wind began to blow and along with the rain very large hailstones began to fall. These truly did resemble new silver coins. The boys, exposing themselves to the rain, ran out to collect the frozen pearls. “It really getting bad now”, exclaimed the man. “I hope it passes quickly. “It did not pass quickly. For an hour the hail rained on the house, the garden, the hillside, the comfield, on the whole valley

9. Lencho looked satisfied when: 

(a) he saw his children playing

(b) he saw his wife cooking

(c) he saw his field of ripe-com 

(d) he saw the heavy downpour

10. The boy ran out of the house to:

(a) play hockey 

(b) collect corn flower

(c) gather silver coins

 (d) collect the hailstones

(Q. 11-13): Choose the correct option to answer the following 

11. How did Kisa feel at first on being unable to find such seeds?

(a) weary 

(b) hopeless

(c) motivated

(d) both (a) and (b)

12. Who is the author of the lesson, ‘Madam Rides the Bus’? 

(a) Gavin Maxwell 

(b) Vallikannan

(c) Paulo Coehlo

(d) Arup Kumar Gupta

13. Who is the author of ‘A Baker From Goa’? 

(a) Arup Kumar Gupta

(b) Lokesh Abrol

(c) Lucia Rodrigues

(d) None of the above

(Q. 14-15):Read the given extract and choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

The night is fresh, he whole moon shines

in a sky still open

the smell of leaves and lichen

still reaches like a voice into the rooms.

My head is full of whispers which tomorrow will be silent.

14. Who composed these lines?

(a) Ogden Nash

(b) Adrienne Rich 

 (c) W.B. Yeats

(d) Robert Frost

15. What shines in the night?

(a) halogen light

(b) full sun

(c) full moon

(d) night bulb

(Q.16-20): Choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

16. How many daughters did Ram Lal have?

(a) one

(b) two

(c) three

(d) four

17. At the clinic, doctor gave Tricki- 

(a) fruits and vegetable

(b) injections 

(c) no food for two days 

(d) chocolates

18. Anil was…….

(a) 15 years old

(b) 25 years old 

(c) 30 years old

(d) 35 years old

19. For what had Loisel saved for hundred Francs?

(a) to buy a gun 

(b) to buy a TV

(c) to buy a bike

 (d) to buy accessories

20. Who came to marry Bholi?

(a) Prem Nath 

(b) Deena Nath

(c) Hari Nath

(d) Bishamber Nath

Part B

50 marks

Reading

1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below: 

In India, the joint family system has been in existence since ancient times. However, with the passage of time, the joint family system has disin-tegrated, giving rise to the nuclear family system. A joint family is considered bigger compared to a nuclear family because a joint amily includes grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and in-laws, aside from the typical mother, father, and children. Nuclear families normally con- sist of two parents and the number of children. When you ask older people, many prefer the joint family, as grandparents help the parents take care of the children. The need to employ a babysitter or nanny to look after the little ories when the parents are working is not necessary in joint families. On the other hand, there are many who prefer a nuclear family. One of the reasons that a nuclear family is ideal to them is because there are less issues happening within the household compared to a joint one which has many personalities that one would need to get along with. A nuclear family has many advantages. In a nuclear family, the mother is able to look after the needs of her children well. She can take care of their personal needs in a much better way than she could in a joint family. The family ears, spends and saves money for itself. Parents can invest money for the education of their children. They can put them into good schools and provide them with better career opportunities. They can understand one an- other well. Joint family systems cannot ensure that children would get indi- vidual attention. The womenfolk never find time to look after their children for they remain busy in the household work. Children are not educated much as they usually join the family occupation. The womenfolk face many restric- tions and the chances of disharmony are higher because of the size of the family.A nuclear family has its disadvantages too. Due to the high cost of living in cities, both the parents pursue a career of their own. This may leave the children unguided. They find no one for advice or discussion. They spend their childhood without the much needed love and company of their parents Infants spend their time in crèches. Overcrowded, poorly ventilated build- ings and apathetic staff of the crèches have a negative influence on the well- being of children.

The media is somewhat responsible for the disintegration of the joint family system. It often portrays the mother-in-law as a threat to the well- being of the young bride. In some movies, she is shown to influence her son against the young bride. Many of the serials in television portray the nega tive aspect of elders. Newspapers also report about gruesome acts commit- led in some families. The foreign media has instilled western liberal views in the youth. All these factors curb the development of the family as a close

knit unit. 

However, the advantages of the joint family system outweigh the disad- vantages. In the cycle of life, one will certainly reach old age and one will face the same problems as one’s parents or grandparents. So, the elders should not be deprived of the love and care of their near and dear ones. But again, it is upto the younger generation to decide.

 (a) What has led to the disintegration of the joint family?

2 marks

(b) Differentiate between a nuclear family and a joint one.

2 marks

(c) Pick out the words from the passage which mean lost unity.

2 marks

 (d) What is the opposite of the word ‘ancient”?

1 marks

Writing

2. Write a letter to your father requesting him to send you three thousand rupees as you have to go on five days tour, organised by your college.

4 marks

 Or

 Write an application to the Principal requesting him to grant you full concession in fee.

3. You are Mandakini/Madan, a staff reporter of The Times of India. You have been asked to cover the incident of a daylight robbery when the inmates were present in a house in the outskirts of U.P. Write a report about the incident.

6 marks

Or

 Write an essay (article) on the following topic in about 60-80 words.

The Prize Distribution 

Hints-1. Introduction, 2. Preparation, 3. Reception of the chief guest, 4. Cultural programme, 5. Prize Distribution, 6. Thank’s by the Principal conclusion

Grammar

4. (a) Rewrite the changing into indirect speech:

2

My father said to me, “Have you completed your work now?”

(b) Change the following into Passive voice:

2

 Akbar defeated Hemu in the battle of Panipat.

(c) Punctuate the following 

2

My brother said to me you should not waste your time on sundays.

 (d) Translate the following into English:

4

एक ईमानदार व्यक्ति सदैव न्याय और सच्चाई के पथ का अनुसरण करता है। वह कभी किसी को धोखा नहीं देता है। ईमानदारी सच्चे सुख व शान्ति का स्रोत है उसके लिए ईमानदारी ही सबसे उत्तम नीति है।

Literature

5. Answer the following in about 30-40 words each:

3+3=6

(a) How did Lencho feel when it began to rain? 

Or 

What according to Mandela is true freedom?

(b) What made Valli sad on her return journey?

 Or

 Describe the wild life of coorg.

6. Answer any one of the following in about 60 words 

4 marks

(a) How did Siddhartha Gautam get enlightenment? Why did he name the big tree as the Bodhi tree?

(b) What are popular theories regarding the descent of the people of Coorg?

7. Why does the poet like animals? (about 40 words)

3

Or 

Does does Mandela think about the Patriots? can they be prepared?

8. Write the central idea of one of the following poems:

3

 (a) Fire and Ice

(b) Fog 

(c) Amanda

9. Answer any one of the following questions in about 30-40 words each

3

(a) Why was he chosen by Hari Singh as his new victim?

(b) What did Ramlal do to persuade Bishamber to marry Bholi? 

10. Answer one of the following questions in about 60 words

4 marks

(a) Why did Mrs Loisel remain dissatisfied from her life? detail.

(b) Give a character sketch of Bholi.

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