कक्षा 10 अंग्रेजी एमपी बोर्ड 2023 Ardhvarshik Paper रियल पीडीएफ


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

This discharge of the clouds’ electric charges seeks a way to be absorbed into the Earth and any conductor;  For example, high building adopts chimney, tower, power line etc. as a route.  If the charge does not get a proper path for discharge, it burns whatever object it passes through with its high amperes (10 kA to 90 kA) electric current.  This process is called direct lightning strike.
In addition, when charged clouds pass over a power transmission distribution line, they generate a lot of charge through electrostatic action in the wires and poles of the line.  Due to the additional charge, the value of the voltage present in the line suddenly increases.  This sudden increase in voltage value is called voltage surge.  If proper arrangements are not made for protection against voltage surge, then the electrical equipment and equipment connected to the line can be destroyed in an instant.  This process is called indirect lightning strike.

Question 1. Where does the discharge of the electric charges of the clouds look for a way to get absorbed?
Question 2. What does the path for the electric charges of clouds to converge on the earth?
Question 3. What is the sudden increase in voltage value called?
Question 4. What is a lightning strike called?
Question 5. Opposite of the word “inincreas

                              Section B

Q. 2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:

At present, industrialization, traffic and population are increasing rapidly, due to which the use of energy sources has also increased a lot.
Therefore, it has become necessary to develop other energy sources in addition to conventional (petrol, diesel etc.) energy sources, so that our future needs can be met.
  Energy is an important resource, but in the near future when conventional energy sources will be exhausted, then there will be a need for non-conventional energy sources.  Unconventional energy sources can be regenerated.  Solar energy, wind energy, tidal energy, etc. are such unconventional energy sources, which can be used continuously and the problem of pollution can also be avoided.

Q.1. Makes notes on it and summarize also with abbreviation.
Q. 2. Also give suitable title.

Q.3. You are dheeraj dubey, the class monitor of Class X ‘B’ of Govt. S.S.G School Sagar. Write an letter to the principal of your school for permitting you to go to the picnic.

                                Or

Write an application to the principal of your school requesting him to issue you the school leaving certificate.

Q. 4. Write essay about 200 words one of the following topics :
(i) Invention Of Science
(ii) Games
(iii) Favorite Leader
(iv) Computer and technology

Q. 5.  On the basis of the above picture, write a short story in about 75 words and also give a suitable title to it.

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Q.6. Fill in the blanks with a/an/the/some/any: (i) I saw ………… boys on …. road.
(ii) She is ………… honest girl.
(iii) Are there ……….. book of French in the library?
(iv) She gave me ………… useful hints.
(v) I haven’t got ……. ….. good friends.

Q.7. Fill in the blanks with many/much/few/littlel a little/a few:
(i) I have read ………… books.
(ii) We can’t spend ………… money.
(iii) She is poor and has …… money
(iv) Ramu is a lonely boy. He has ………… friends.
(v) They collected ………… money and donated it for flood victims.
(vi) I have ………… good books and I read them daily.


                                 Section D
Q.8. Choose the correct answers :
(i) The poem ‘For Anne Gregory is written by’:

(a) W. Shakespeare (b) Robert Frost
(c) W.B. Yeats.

(ii) The fog covers …………:
(a) the city
(b) the harbour and the city.

(iii) The meaning of the word ‘mania’ is :
(a) knowledge (b) madness (c) intelligence.

(iv) When the ball is lost, the boy is:
(a) happy (b) angry (c) sad.

(v) In the poem ‘Fire and Ice’- ‘fire’ refers to :
(a) desire (b) anger (C) joy.

(vi) The tree referred to in the poem ‘Dust of Snow’ is a:
(a) Eucalyptus (b) banyan (C) neem.

Q-9. Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Our elders are often heard reminiscing nostalgically about those good old Portugese days, the Portugese and their famous loaves of bread. These eaters of loaves might have vanished but the makers are still there we still have amongst us the mixers, the moulders and those who bake the loaves.

Q.1. What did the elders reminisce about?
Q.2. Who are still there?
Q.3. Who were those eaters of loaves ?
Q.4. Write the writer of this extract.

Q. 10. Answer the following questions in shorts . –
(i) What does courage mean to Mandela?
(ii) Where is the oppressor locked?
(iii) What freedoms did he yearn for as a student?
(iv) What did the family do?
(v)  What did the seagull watch all day long?
(vi) What was the pilot’s reaction?

Q. 11. Answer the following questions. –
(i) What is ‘Kitty’?
(ii)  Why does Anne want to keep a diary?
(iii) What did the girls write to Wanda?

Q. 12. Answer the following questions. –
(i) What does the fog cover?
(ii) How do the trees change the forest?
(iii) What gave the poet a change of mood?

Q. 13. Answer the following questions. –
(i) Who are still there?
(ii) What is a Mahaseer?
(iii) What are the elder in Goa nostalgic about?

Q. 14. Answer the following questions. –
(i) What are ‘pads?
(ii) What are the tiger’s weapons?

Q. 15. Answer the following questions. –
(i) “Money is external” Explain.
(ii) What is Amanda asked to do?

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