Compulsory English | Grade XI | Examination Paper 2075 [2018] | NEB | With SOLUTION

Today Sunday, May 13, 2018 [30 Baishakh, 2075] NEB Grade XI Compulsory English exam (2075-2018) has been held.

NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS BOARD [NEB]
Compulsory English - Grade XI
Examination - 2075 (2018)
Regular Students | Subject Code: 002 ‘A’
Time - 3 hrs
Full Marks - 100
Pass Marks -  35
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Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. The figures in the margin indicate full marks.

Attempt all the questions.

1.
a) Put the following words in the correct alphabetical order: [3]
decent, decant, decay, debris, debrief, decamp
Answer:
debrief, debris, decamp, decant, decay, decent
b. In which quarter of the dictionary do you find the following words? [2]
hungry, ring, thumb, finger
Answer:
i. hungry - 2nd quarter
ii. ring - 3rd quarter
iii. thumb - 4th quarter
iv. finger - 2nd quarter
2.
a) Choose the correct word from the following pairs of words. [2]
i. As a student, your hand writing should not be .......... (legible/illegible).
ii. People love to give .......... to others. (advice/advise)
iii. Look the students are .......... their examination. (taking/giving)
iv. When will the new constitution come into ..........? (effect/affect)
Answer:
i. As a student, your hand writing should not be illegible.
ii. People love to give advice to others.
iii. Look the students are taking their examination.
iv. When will the new constitution come into effect?
b. Put the following words in a proper order to make suitable sentences. [3]
i. The/must/bus/he/have/caught.
ii. Does/her/have/what/she/hand/in?
iii. Never/late/than/better/proverb/the/says.
Answer:
i. He must have caught the bus.
ii. What does she have in her hand?
iii. The proverb says better late than never.
3. Write a conversation between two friends who are planning to visit a new school. [5]

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4. Answer any two of the following questions. [2x10=20]
a. Rosa said "False hope is not good
b. "A Worn Path" is a story of unconscious heroism of Phoenix Jackson. Elaborate it. (A Worn Path)
c. Malini is a play of "Love and Hatred". Explain this statement in the context of the play "Malini". Also write how Malini shows her greatness at the end of the play. (Malini)

5. Answer any three of the following questions. [3x5=15]
a. Rosa said "False hope is not good". When does hope become false? (The Lost Doll)
b. Is unchopping a tree possible? What does the writer ask us to do indirectly? (Unchopping a Tree)
c. Why is Barbara Holland not in favour of having plural children? (Speaking of children)
d. Summarise the poem "On the Vanity of Earthly Greatness".

6. Read the following passage and answer the questions given below: [5x2=10]

Every day, millions of us climb into our cars and set off on journeys to work, to the shops, or just to enjoy ourselves. And once inside our cars, few of us are inclined to spare a thought for the environmental impact of driving in heavy traffic. Advertising consistently portrays cars as symbols of personal status and freedom, and source of comfort and convenience.

But the costs of our car-dependent life styles are becoming increasingly serious. The hours long traffic jams, demand for new roads, increasing air pollution and threat of climate change are all issues we must tackle sooner rather than later. Nearly all countries have traffic problems, which can be hard to solve. It is a well known fact that cars and buses unlike bicycles use lots of petrol and create great deal of pollution. Local people can reduce some of the problems by choosing to walk rather drive. If we can't get people to walk or share vehicles, we should put more pressure on scientists to build solar powered to electric engines.

Questions:
a. Why do people climb into their cars?
b. How does advertising portray the cars?
c. What serious issues should we tackle sooner or later?
d. What is the obvious truth mentioned in the text?
e. How can local people reduce the problem of traffic jam?
Answer:
a. People climb into their cars to step of on journeys to work, to shops, or just to enjoy themselves.
b. Advertising portrays cars as symbols of personal status and freedom, and source of comfort and convenience.
c. We should tackle the serious issues like hours long traffic jams, demand for new roads, increasing air pollution and threat of climate change.
d. The obvious truth mentioned in the text is that the cars and buses unlike bicycles use lots of petrol and create great deal of pollution.
e. The local people can reduce the problem of traffic jam by choosing to walk rather drive and sharing vehicles.
7. Answer any two of the following questions. [2x10=20]
a. Write a letter to your friend describing the recent political changes in your country and people's feelings about it.
b. Write a job application for the post of an office assistant to the Manager of Himal Power Company. State you age, relevant qualification s, experiences and training. Write XYZ in the place of address and name.
c. Write an essay on "Environmental Pollution" in about 200 words.

8. Change the following sentences using used to. [5]
a. I was in love with her.
b. We went to school together.
c. How did you spend the winter evening?
d. Trains were driven by steam at one time.
e. They did not go out in those days.
Answer:
a.I used to be in love with her.
b. We used to go to school together.
c. How did you use to spend the winter evening.
d. Trains used to be driven by steam at one time.
e. They didn't use to go out in those days.
9. Construct passive sentences for each of the following. Choose the most suitable verb from the list. [5]
a. America (Christopher Columbus)
b. St. Paul's Cathedral (Christopher Wren)
c. London (Fire 1666)
d. Penicillin (Alexander Fleming)
e. Mona Lisa (Leonardo Da Vinci)
Answer:
a. America was discovered by Christopher Columbus.
b. St. Paul's Cathedral was built by Christopher Wren.
c. London was destroyed by fire in 1966.
d. Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming.
e. Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci.
10. Rewrite the following sentences using having or being whichever is appropriate. [5]
Example:
a. I adore people giving me expensive presents.
b. I love people bringing my breakfast to me in bed.
c. I enjoy people taking me to expensive restaurant.
d. I love people taking my photograph.
e. I hate people asking my age in public.
Answer:
a. I adore being given expensive presents.
b. I love having my breakfast brought to me in bed.
c. I enjoy being taken to expensive restaurant.
d. I love having my photograph taken.
e. I hate having my age asked in public.
11. Write two sentences using when and while. [5]
Example: Meet my old friend/I go to bazaar. I ...............
- I met my friend while I was going to bazaar.
- I was going to bazaar when I met my old friend.
a. Find a Rs. 100 note/do the washing. He ...............
b. Hear the news/have dinner. We ...............
c. Read a novel/fall asleep. I ...............
d. Get on the bus/be arrested. She ...............
e. Lose consciousness/throw water on the flames. He ...............
Answer:
a.
- He found a Rs. 100 note while he was doing the washing.
- He was doing the washing when he found a Rs. 100 note.
b.
- We heard the news while we were having dinner.
- We were having dinner when we heard the news.
c.
- I fell asleep while I was reading a novel.
- I was reading a novel when I fell asleep.
d.
- She was arrested while she was getting on the bus.
- She was getting on the bus when she was arrested.
e.
- He lost consciousness while he was throwing the water on the flames.
- He was throwing the water on the flames when he lost consciousness.
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2 Responses to "Compulsory English | Grade XI | Examination Paper 2075 [2018] | NEB | With SOLUTION"

  1. Out of Answered 40 marks above, I have written correct answers of 37 marks. Yahoooo...
    Thank you sir for the answers. Great thumbs up.

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    1. Glad to hear! At least you have secured 37 marks :) Hope you will secure marks above 80.

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