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QUAID-E-AZAM GROUP OF SCHOOLS & COLLEGES, KP

Time:3 Hrs

Paper:
Class:

Time: 20 min

Total Marks: 85

English
10th

Section A

marks-15

Q1: Choose the correct option.

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.

Stooped means___________?
a. Stood up
b. Went astray
c. Bend forward
d. Lay down
Monotonous could be ___________!
a. Never changing
b. Rapidly changing
c. Delightful
d. Likeable
A___________ is a period of ten years?
a. Century
b. Millennium
c. Decade
d. Quarter
A mad bit my pony change into negative ___________.
a. A mad dog does not bit my pony
b. A mad dog did not bite my pony
C. A mad dog was not bit my pony

v.

vii.

A mad dog is not bite my pony

The train stops here, the underlined word is ___________?


a. Adverb of manner
b. Adverb of place
C.

vi.

d.

Adverb of frequency

d. Direct object

I wrote a letter. Change into interrogative ___________?


a. Did I wrote letter?
b. Did I writes letter?

C. Did I writes a letter?


d. Was I write a letter?
Which of the following is not a noun___________?
a. Excellent
b. Excellence
c. Tokyo

d. Unity

viii.

Which of the following options provide the antonym of convenient________?


a. Easy
b. Just
c. Wise
d. Uncomfortable
ix.
He has firmly discarded the idea of attacking the enemy.
The underlined part of the sentence is a / an______________?
a. Adverb of manner b. Adverb of time
c. Adverb of place
d. Adverb of frequency
x.
Zeeshan is a very good boy. In this sentence very is___________?
a. Noun
b. Verb
c. Adjective
d. Adverb
FILL IN THE BLACKS WITH APPROPRIATE PREPOSITION :
xi.
He is Senior ___________ me .
a. To
b. From
c. Then
d. By
xii.

xiii.

The team has had enough practice. The underline word is a/ an ________?
a. Verb
b. Adverb
c. Preposition
d. Adjective
He said, I had ridden a horse. The correct indirect narration is?
a. He said that I had ridden a horse.
b. He said that he had riding a horse.
C.

He told that he had been riding a horse. d. He told that he had ridden a horse.

xiv.

He said God is one. The correct indirect narration is:


a. He told that God is one.
b. He told that God was one.

xv.

Innumerable articles are produced in Punjab. In this sentence the word


innumerable mean?
a. Few
b. Less
c. Countless
d. A few

C.

He told that if God is one.

d. He said that to God is one.

QUAID-E-AZAM GROUP OF SCHOOLS & COLLEGES, KP


Paper: English

Class: 10th

Section B

Time Allowed: 2:40 Hrs


Marks: 36

Total

Note: Q2: Answer any FIVE (5) Parts of the following. Each question carries 3
marks.
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
vi)
vii)

(15)

What is the authors first impression of the visitor?


How does to tobacco damage health?
How did Chang help his father in the field?
What, recording to Edison was the real satisfaction in life?
Where is Saiful Muluk situated?
Why did not Ma-Chang feel cut off from his fellow Muslims?
What is the internal smoking symbol?

Q3: Paraphrase one of the following.


(4)
(a) Wan is the sunlight for ghosts the baked trunks lie.
A bird nested there ___it will seek in vain: they have cut down the pines.
OR
(b) He gives his harness bells a shake to ask if there is
Some mistake the only other sounds the sweep of easy wind and downy flake.

Q4: Read the stanza carefully and answer.


(4)
The questions given at the end.
My little horse must think it queer to stop without a farm house near.
Between the woods and frozen lake the darkest evening of the year.
(i) Where did the poet stop?
(iii) What is meant by the word, Queer.

(ii) At what time the poet went to the woods?


(vi) What is the name of the poet and poem?

Q5: (a) Use any TWO pair of words in your own sentences.
(4)
(i)
Pour, Pore
(ii) Desert , Dessert
(iii) Council , Course
(iv)
Horde , Hoard
(b)Use any three of the following phrases in your own sentences.
(i) Warn against
(ii) Shut him off
(iii) Knack for
(iv) Small talk
Q6: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given at the end.
(5)
The car was an important invention. It has changed our lives in many ways. It has brought cities
and towns closer together. In early 1900s, Henry Ford thought of a fast way to build cars. Each worker on
an assembly had only one job to do.
The parts were on the moving belt. When one worker finished his job, the parts moved along to the next
worker,
cars were built at a lower cost. By the 1920s, a finished car came off the assembly line every ten
seconds.
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(v)

Name the most important invention that has changed our lives?
Who thought of a fast way to build cars and when?
How many jobs each worker had to do? (vi) Was it expensive to manufacture a car?
In how much time a car came off the assembly line in 1920s?

Section C

Marks: 24

Q7:

Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics.


(10)
(i) Morning Walk
(ii) My Hobby
(iii) Our National Poet

Q8: Translate the following into URDU.


(4+4)
(a) The forest is populated with quite a few varieties of birds. Usually at night the owls exchange
voices,
deeper in the forest. The beauty of their echoing cries is a novel experience for city-dwellers.
(b) (i) Reporters enjoyed interviewing him for his pithy, penetrating comments.

(ii) Hold me while I faint.


(iii)Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.
(iv) You can always make capital out of disaster.
Q9: Translate any SIX of the following into English.
(6)
1)

2)

3)

4)
5)

6)
7)

8)
OR
Write a dialogue between a brother and sister concerning the utilization of ones time.