English 10 Solved 2019


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English 10 Solved 2019
Section A

Q1. MCQs


English 10 Solved 2019
Section B


Q2. Answer any FIVE of the following parts in about 30 to 40 words each. Each part carries three marks. (5 x 3= 15)


(i)   How did the Prophet (ﷺ) react to the request of forgiveness for the Quraish  woman?

Ans.  Once a Quraish woman was found guilty of stealing. Some people wanted to save her from punishment in order to protect the honour of the family of the Quraish. They asked Hazrat Usama bin Zaid (رضي الله عنه) to intercede on her behalf. Hazrat Usama (رضي الله عنه) requested the Rasool (ﷺ) to forgive her. The Rasool (ﷺ) very furiously said, “Bani Israel was ruined because of this. They applied the law to the poor and forgave the rich.”


(ii)   Name six contents that are to be included in a first aid kit. (First Aid)

Ans.  First Aid kit should consist of first Aid Book, band-aids (sticky plasters) and elastic bandages, gauze and adhesive tape, antiseptic wipes cotton wool, safety pins and tweezers, scissors and latex gloves, calamine lotion and analgesic tablets and clinical thermometer.


(iii) Explain the comparison of Television with newspaper mentioned by the author as ‘a fast food meal’ and ‘a ten course dinner’ respectively. (Television vs. Newspaper)

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(iv)   Enlist some pleasures offered by books.

Ans.  Books offer the following types of pleasures. The joy of their touch, sound, and fragrance is immeasurable. The pleasure of their ding is an addition to it. The sharing of a book stills another form of joy. Libraries are the evidence of the grandeur of a civilization.


(v)    What can a student gain from summer jobs?

Ans.  The job experiences prepared student mentally and financially sound and made him to understand the importance of independence.


(vi)   How does population-increase cause food problems?

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(vii)   What crime was committed by the villager who was presented before Hazrat Umar (RA)? (Faithfulness)

Ans.  Once Hazrat Umar (رضي الله عنه) sitting in the Masjid of the Rasool (ﷺ) was busy in the affairs of the state. Two Young men, holding a strong and sturdy countryman, appeared before him. They complained to Hazrat Umar (رضي الله عنه) that the person had murdered their old father. They demanded justice by punishing the Murderer for his crime.


Q3.  A.  Describe briefly the two contrasting moods of the wind as given in the poem ‘Peace’.   (03)

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Q3.  B. Read the following stanza carefully and answer the questions given at the end:   (6)
Once or twice though you should fail,
              If you would at last prevail,
                                   Try again.
             If we   strive, ‘tis no disgrace
             Though we did not win the race…
             What should you do in that case?
                                   Try again.

Questions: 
(i)  What is meant by ‘you would at last prevail’?

Ans.  The poet is giving a lesson that if you fail, one day you will get success. This means if you try again and again, you would at last prevail. 

 (ii)  How is a failure not a disgrace?

Ans.  Wise men learn from their failure, try again, get success and become respectable. In this respect, failure is not a disgrace  

(iii)  What should we do if we don’t win the race?

Ans. The poet is giving a lesson to the world that if you fail one race you should try again to win next time.


Q4.  Read the following passage and answer the questions given at the end:

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Section C (Marks 26)

Q5.  A.  Change any FOUR of the following sentences into Indirect Narration: (04)

(i)   The robber said, “Empty your pockets and stand in the corner.”

Ans.  The robber ordered the people to empty their pockets and stand in the corner.

(ii)  The teacher asked, “Who left this book on my table?”

Ans. The teacher asked the students who had left that book on his table.

(iii)  The girl said, “Wow, this is a marvelous bracelet!”

Ans.  The girl exclaimed with wonder that that was a marvelous bracelet.

(iv)   I said, “Could you carry the chest with me inside the room?”

Ans.  I requested him to carry the chest with me inside the room.

(v)  The driver said, “I have parked the car behind the plaza.”

Ans. The driver said that he had parked the car behind the plaza.

(vi)  She said to her family, “We shall gather at the station.”

Ans. She told her family that they would gather at the station.


Q5. B.  Use any FOUR of the following Prepositional/ Phrasal Verbs in sentences: (04)

(i) Cut back on:  

If you are overweight, then you should cut back on fatty foods.       

(ii) Do over:

They have done over the whole store.

(iii) Go off:

If a light of a machine goes off, it stops working.

(iv) Let out:

Ali let out a breath of relief.

(v) Bank on:

I am banking on you to help me.

(vi) Pass down:

I passed down my old clothes to my younger sister.

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