Class 9 English Solved Paper 2019

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Class 9 English Solved Paper 2019

Section A

Q1. MCQs

Class 9 English Solved Paper 2019

Section B

Q2. Answer any six of the following parts in about 30 to 40 words. Each part carries equal marks.    (6 x 3 = 18)

(i)  Why did the pagan Arabs threaten the Holy Prophet’s (ﷺ) uncle?

Ans.  The pagan Arabs threatened the Holy Prophet’s (ﷺ ) uncle Abu Talib so that he can restrain his nephew from preaching oneness of God and spreading the holy message of Almighty Allah as their dominance was threatened in the society.

(ii)  How will you define patriotism?

Ans. Patriotism means love for the motherland or devotion to one’s country. It is not only a feeling but also a life spirit that continuously guides a nation. A patriot loves his country and is willing to sacrifice when the need arises. For a patriot, the sovereignty, integrity, and honor of the country are supreme values on which no compromise can be made.

(iv)  What can be the possible solution to our present problems?   
                                                                                    (Refer to the lesson “The Quaid’s Vision and Pakistan”)

Ans.  The possible solution to our present problems is to follow and act upon the Quaid’s golden motto, “Faith, Unity and Discipline”, by eliminating differences and staying united.

(v)   How does the interior of the Sultan Ahmad Mosque look?

Ans.  The interior of the mosque at the lower level is lined with more than 20,000 handmade ceramic tiles more than 50 different tulip designs. At the gallery level, the design becomes more flamboyant. The upper level of the interior is adorned with blue paint. More than 200 stained glass windows allow natural light to brighten up its interior. The chandeliers further illuminate its interior.

(viii)  How did Hazrat Asma (رضي الله عنہا) console her grandfather?

Ans.  The grandfather of Hazrat Asma (رضي الله عنہا) Hazrat Abu Quhafaa was a disbeliever, very old and blind man. He thought that Hazrat Abu Bakar (رضي الله عنه) had taken all the wealth away and had left the family empty-handed and helpless. Hazrat Asma (رضي الله عنہا) wisely consoled him by showing some pebbles as stones or gems. He touched and felt relieved.

Q3a.    Paraphrase any ONE of the following stanzas:                    (03)

(ii) For oft, when on my couch I lie
In vacant or in pensive mood,
They flash upon that inward eye
Which is the bliss of solitude;
And then my heart with pleasure fills,
And dances with the daffodils.

Paraphrase: Often when I lay down on my couch and find myself in a thoughtful mood or mentally detached the scene of daffodils is recalled by me and no doubt they are a source of great joy in my loneliness. My heart fills with joy and happiness and makes it to dance along with the daffodils.

b. Read the following stanza carefully and answer the question given at the end:

Excluded from Syllabus for FBISE Annual Exam 2021

Q4a.  Change the Voice of any FOUR of the following:

(i)  They had gained nothing.

Ans.  Nothing had been gained by them.

(ii)  The driver opened the door of the car.

Ans.  The door of the car was opened by the driver.

(iii)  He will give you a box of chocolates.

Ans.  You will be given a box of chocolate by him.

(iv)  We use milk for making cheese.

Ans.  Milk is used for making cheese by us.

(v)  A car ran over an old man.

Ans.   An old man was run over by a car.

(vi)  They are buying this house.

Ans.   This house is being bought by them.

(vii)  We did not hear a sound.

Ans.   A sound was not heard by us.

b.  Provide correct form of Verb of any FIVE of the following sentences:

(i)     He (take) the examination next year.

Ans.     He will take the examination next year.

(ii)    If I (go) out, I will turn off the T.V.

Ans.    If I go out, I will turn off the T.V.

(iii)   The baby (cry) for milk now.

Ans.    The baby is crying for milk now.

(iv)   I already (take) three cups of coffee.

Ans.   I have already taken three cups of coffee.

(v)    It (begin) to rain an hour ago.

Ans.    It began to rain an hour ago.

(vi)   Ali (prepare) for his examination since October.

Ans.   Ali has/had been preparing for his examination since October.

(vii)  The sun (set) in the west.

Ans.   The sun sets in the west.

(viii)  You (rest) since morning.

Ans.   You have been resting since morning.

c.   Punctuate and capitalize
      if I were the president of a university, I would establish a compulsory course in how to use your eyes.

Ans.    If I were the president of a university, I would establish a compulsory course in, “How to Use Your Eyes”.

Q7. Translate any EIGHT of the following sentences into English:

سورج طلوع ہو رہا ہو گا (i)

Ans.   The sun will be rising.

تم مکان کب خالی کرو گے ؟ (ii)

 Ans.  When will you vacate the house?

شام سے پہلے مسافر گھر نہیں لوٹا تھا (iii)

 Ans.   The traveler had not returned home before evening.

ملزم کو ضمانت پر رہا نہ کیا گیا (iv)

 Ans.   The accused was not released on bail.

یہ تبدیلی کیسے لائی گئی ؟ (v)

 Ans.   How was this change brought?

بوڑھا آدمی کمرے میں اونگھ رہا تھا (vi)

 Ans.   The old man was dozing in the room.

میچ بغیر ہار جیت کے ختم ہو چکا ہے (vii)

Ans.   The match has ended without any win or lose. OR The match has ended in a draw.

آج سخت گرمی ہے (viii)

Ans.   It is very hot today.

ہمارے باغ میں بہت سے ام کے درخت تھے (ix)

 Ans.   There were a lot of mango trees in our garden.

اب سات بجے ہیں (x)

Ans.   It is seven now.   OR   It is 7-o-clock.

وہ صبح سیر کو جائیں گے (xi)

 Ans.  They will go for a walk in the morning.

دادی اماں نے ہمیں عجیب کہانی سنائی (xii)

 Ans.   The grandmother told us a strange story. OR The grandmother told us a strange tale.

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