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11th english question paper solution 2022- हैलो दोस्तों आप सभी का स्वागत है हमारी वेबसाइट में और आज के इस नयी पोस्ट में हम वार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 की तैयारी और आप हमारी वेबसाइट के माध्यम से कक्षा-11वीं अंग्रेजी वार्षिक परीक्षा पेपर 2022 की तैयारी भी कर सकते हैं आपको हमारी वेबसाइट के माध्यम से सभी विषयों के महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न और इनके उत्तर प्रदान किए जाएंगे
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बोर्ड परीक्षा मे पैटर्न प्रश्न क्रमांक 1 से 5 तक 32 वस्तुनिष्ठ प्रश्न होंगे।
सही विकल्प 06 अंक,
रिक्त स्थान 07 अंक,
सही जोड़ी 06 अंक,
एक वाक्य में उत्तर 07 अंक,
सत्य असत्य 06 अंक,
कक्षा 11 वीं परीक्षा, 2020-21
[Total No. of Questions: 15]
[Total No. of Printed Pages: 16]
[Time: 03 Hours)
[Maximum Marks: 100].
(1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) Marks are indicated against each question.
SECTION – A
Read the following passage and answer the questions on the [10×1=10]
basis of comprehension of the passage (Any ten).
Ideas rule the world and thoughts decide the way of life. It is the
mind which sculptures one’s destiny. If one thinks positively, if one
thinks in the right direction, one achieves the goal, what one
aspires for. Ideas are nothing, but an outcome of one’s detailed
thinking. They shape and determine the destiny of human beings
and contribute to the growth and well-being of the civilization.
Every great achievement whether in the field of religion, science,
medicine, space, technology, information and communication
sector or in any field, was at the first stage, an idea. The most
extraordinary success, the astonishing scientific discovery, the
splendid technological feats like splitting the atom, heart
unraveling the secrets of
Mars, walking on the surface of the Moon, were all the results of
an idea in the beginning. Have we ever thought of the present
revolution in Information Technology two decades back? It was
the vision of Azim Hashmi Premji, N.R. Narayan Murthy and also
the late Dewang Mehta, Sam Pitrala and others who catapulted
India among the super powers in IT sector. Ideas with knowledge,
lead to action and success comes to you with hugging hands.
Knowledge is power. When a person applies his knowledge and
understands the problem, analyses the prevailing situation with
hard work and perseverance, the solution is not far to reach and
when one knows the answer, the success is yours. It was the
noble idea of Alfred Nobel, inventor of Dynamite, to use his fortune.
for the establishment of Annual awards to people who contributed
outstandingly in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Medicine,
Literature, Economics and Peace.
“Ideas are like rabbits, you get a couple, learn how to handle them
and pretty soon you have a dozen.”
- John Steinbeck
(0) How can we solve a problem?
(ii) India has become a super power in IT sector. To whom does
the credit go?
(ii) How can a person achieve his goal?
(iv) Why has John Steinbeck compared ideas with rabbits?
(v) What is ‘a period of ten years’ called?
(vi) Mention some scientific and technological advancements of
- (vii) You must have heard about Nobel Prize. In how many fields
- is it given? Mention them.
- (vi) What does not lead to success?
- (a) analysis
- (b) knowledge
- (c) prejudices
- (d) perseverance
- (ix) Pick out a word from the passage which means ‘magnificent’.
- (x) What is the adjective form of fortune’?
- (xi) What is the opposite of ‘decline”?
- Read the passage and answer the questions (Any eight) –
- Literacy is one of the most essential indicators of the quality of a
- country’s human capital. While the country has made significant
- progress in improving literacy over the years, it continues to be
- home to 313 million illiterate people; 59 percent of them are
- women. About three decades ago, the adult male literacy rate in
- India was almost twice that for adult females. While this gap has
- narrowed substantially over the years, adult male literacy rate still
- surpasses the adult female literacy rate. A survey was conducted
- by National Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, India. The
- collected information is given below –
- 1987 1993 1999 2007 2014 2017
- (%) (%) (%) (%) (%)
- Male Literacy Rate 60.5 65.5 69.2 76.6 80.3 81.5
- Female Literacy Rate 31.7 37.9 43.8 54.9 61.8 64.6
- Gender Gap in 28.9 27.6 25.4 21.7 18.5 16.9
(i) What was the male literacy rate in the year 1987?
(ii) What was the female literacy rate in the year 1999?
(iii) Which one was greater – female literacy rate in 2014 or male
literacy rate in 1987?
(iv) How much was the gender gap in the literacy rate in the year
(V) In which year was the male literacy rate at the highest?
(vi) in which year the gender gap in literacy was 21.7%?
(vii) In which year did the female literacy rate show the highest
(viii) In which year was the gender gap in literacy at the highest?
(ix) What do you find after analysing the data – The Gender Gap
in Literacy is increasing or decreasing?
Read the passage carefully and make notes. Supply a suitable [5+3=8]
title and write a short summary on the basis of your notes (in your
Disaster management is a term that is usually referred to as the
management of resources and responsibilities in dealing with the
losses of life and property in a disaster. Every country should have
a plan to maintain or mitigate the cause of disasters. The whole
world is in the disaster management mode due to the COVID – 19
pandemic that has gripped the whole world. Countries that were
disaster – ready are coping up with the pandemic relatively well
than the countries that had neglected the importance of disaster
management. The example of U.S.A., Italy or Spain is in front of
us. Disasters can be both, man-made as well as natural.
Earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, landslides etc. are some
natural disasters. Bomb explosions, gas leakage, fire accidents,
wars etc. are some man-made disasters. Disaster management
should always have long term planning and everything should be
in place well before the occurrence of disasters. Organizations
such as the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA)
takes necessary actions during and before disasters.
When the cyclone Amphan hit India and Bangladesh on the Bay
of Bengal coast, the preparedness of the authorities led to the
mass evacuation of people in the red zones. A proper
rehabilitation program should be in place to help the victims.
Government should provide them employment opportunities,
health and monetary aids etc. Citizens can also play a significant
role in disaster management. They can spread awareness about
the precautions to be taken. It is the duty of the teachers and
school-management to let the students understand their duties
and responsibilities during and after the disasters. People should
have the knowledge of basic first aid. They should be trained not
to panic and to avoid spreading rumours, hoaxes and false news.
SECTION – 11
Fill in the blanks with appropriate alternative (Any five) –
(0) Could you please give me ……………..water. (any/somellew)
(1) You don’t need to go to the market to buy milk as there is
…milk in the fridge. It is enough for making two cups
of tea. (littlel a little the little)
(ii) How will you complete your work before Friday when you
(iv) It has been
……since morning. (rain/rained/raining)
.my best to help your brother that day but I am
sorry I couldn’t. (try/tried/tries)
(vi) Mr. David is one of those people who always……..
when we are in trouble. (helps/help/helped)
Do as directed (Any five).
(1) You saved my life.
(Change into Passive Voice)
(ii) Vivekananda was a great Saint of modern India.
(Rewrite the sentence using superlative degree)
(iii) You have done your duty.
(Change into Past Continuous Tense)
.French defeated the Germans.
(Fill in the blanks with a suitable article)
(v) It is easy to laugh at others.
(Rewrite the sentence using gerund)
(vi) William Shakespeare the writer of romeo and juliet was
born on england. (Correct and punctuate the sentence)
SECTION – 111
(Literature & Textbook)
Read the following extract from the poems in your textbook and (3×1–3]
answer the following questions (Any one) ..
The cardboard shows me how it was
When the two girl cousins went paddling,
Each one holding on of my mother’s hands,
And she the big girl-some twelve years or so.
All three stood still to smile through their hair
At the uncle with the camera. A sweet face,
My mother’s, that was before I was born.
And the sea, which appears to have changed less
Washed their terribly transient feet.
(i) Who was not present there at the beach?
(a) the poetess’ mother
(b) the uncle
(c) the poetess’ aunts
(d) the poetess’ husband
(ii) Which word means ‘temporary’?
(d) none of these
(iii) What was the age of the poetess when the photograph was
(a) twelve years
(b) two years
(c) thirteen years (d) none of these
I do not understand this child
Though we have lived together now
In the same house for years. I know
Nothing of him, so try to build
Up a relationship from how
He was when small. Yet have I killed
The seed I spent or sown it where
The land is his and none of mine?
We speak like strangers, there’s no sign
Of understanding in the air.
(1) These lines talk about
(a) anguish of a father (b) feeling of separation
(c) lack of understanding (d) all of these
(ii) What does the father wish for?
(a) financial help from his son
(b) moral support from his son
(c) love and understanding
(d) separation from his son
(ii) What is the adjective form of ‘stranger?
Read the following extract from your textbook and answer the [3×1=3]
following questions (Any one) –
Article 48A of the Constitution of India provides that “the State
shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and to
safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country”. But what causes
endless anguish is the fact that laws are never respected nor
enforced in India. (For instance, the Constitution says that
casteism, untouchability and bonded labour shall be abolished,
but they flourish shamelessly even after forty-four years of the
operation of the Constitution.). A recent report of our Parliament’s
Estimates Committee has highlighted the near catastrophic
depletion of India’s forests over the last four decades. India,
according to reliable data, is losing its forests at the rate of 3.7
million acres a year. Large areas, officially designated as forest
land, “are already virtually treeless”. The actual loss of forests is
estimated to be about eight times the rate indicated by
(1) What does our Constitution ensure?
(a) protection of forests
(b) protection of wild life
(c) abolishment of casteism, bonded labour and
(d) all of these