Compulsory English Question Paper | 2075 [2019] | RE-101-AP | SEE


SEE - 2075 (2019)
COMPULSORY ENGLISH
(New Course)
Reading and Writing
(Written Test)
Subject Code: RE-101-AP
Time: 2hrs. 15 minutes
Full Marks: 75
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1. Read the part of the poem and do the tasks. [5]
Past and Present
I remember, I remember
The house where I was born,
The little window where the sun
Came peeping in at morn;
He never came a wink too soon
Nor brought too long a day;
But now, I often wish the night
Had borne my breath away

I remember, I remember

The roses, red and white,
The violets, and the lily-cups
Those flowers made of light!
The lilacs where the robin built,
And where my brother set
The laburnum on his birthday,
The tree is living yet!

I remember, I remember

Where I was used to swing,
And thought the air must rush as fresh
To swallows on the wing;
My spirit flew in feathers then
That is so heavy now,
And summer pools could hardly cool
The fever on my brow.
-Thomas Hood
A. Answer these questions. [5x1=5]


a. What memories does the speaker have about his house?
b. Where did robin build its nest?
c. Which tree has not died yet?
d. What did the speaker think while swinging?
e. Why is the speaker’s heart heavy now?


2. Read the text and do the tasks.
I entered the building, and as instructed by the curator, I bought a ticket and hired a special hand machine that will play the recorded voice to explain to me everything in English. As I passed the administrative building, I came across a beautiful garden; it was full of pointed shapes of fir and pine trees, giving the best proof of French topiary. Far away stood other trees like walnut, juniper and yew, birds chirruped from the top. Among the topiary art stood a huge black bust, on top of which lay a drooping figure of Rodin. Not Rodin himself but a magnificent sculpture of him. It is commonly known as Rodin’s Thinking Man. The Thinking Man squatted on a large and tall marble slab, in half bent posture and pensive mood. This is one of the masterpieces in modern art, an incomparable work. Rodin’s pensive mood is remarkable.

Three years ago I had visited a smaller museum in Baltimore; Sewa had joined me from Illinois. In that very small museum, Rodin’s copy too was quite small. Rodin’s little thinker in Baltimore was a black metal work, just a replica. I remember writing an article which reminds us of our visit to Baltimore, and van Gogh’s Irises. It got published in Antarderisti edited by Jyoti Ghimire of the USA.
A. Match the words/phrases in column ‘A’ with the appropriate information in column ‘B’ [5x1=5]
Column A
Column B
a. special hand machine
i. edited by Jyoti Ghimire
b. beautiful garden
ii. is in Baltimore
c. replica of Rodin
iii. pointed shapes of fir and pines
d. magnificent sculpture
iv. known as Rodin’s Thinking man
e. Antarderisti
v. explained everything in English
vi. the masterpiece.
B. Answer the following questions. [5x1=5]
a. How did the writer get into the museum?
b. How was the garden of the museum?
c. What is known as ‘Rodin’s Thinking Man’?
d. What is remarkable about ‘Rodin’s Thinking Man’?
e. What is the difference between Rodin in Paris and Rodin in Baltimore?

3. Read the text and do the tasks. [10]
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
A well-established English medium school is seeking dynamic, energetic
and well qualified candidates for the following posts:
1. Academic Incharge: Full Time - 1
  • M.Phil/PHD
  • at least seven years of experience
2. Secondary level Science teacher : Full time - 1
  • M.Sc (Master’s in Science)
  • At least three years of experience
3. Public Relation officer : Part Time - 3
  • B.A. B.Ed.
  • At least one year of experience
Remuneration : Negotiable

(Fluency in spoken English is a must. Eligible, enthusiastic and passionate
Nepali individuals are requested to send their scanned hand written
application with a copy of academic qualifications, CV and supporting
documents, and a recent pp size photograph by 20th March 2019 to the
following address.
Sagaramatha Secondary School
Tilang - 5, Solukhumbhu
sagarmatha.secondary@gmail.com
Telephone enquiry will not be entertained. Only short-listed applicants

will be called for an interview.
A. Fill in the blanks with the suitable words/phrases from the text. [5x1=5]

a. The announcement is made for ......... different posts.
b. Candidates must have ..... years of experience to be eligible to apply
for academic incharge.
c. The academic qualification for the secondary level science teacher is
......... in science.
d. The application should reach by ........ .
e. The school is located in ............ .


B. Answer the following questions. [5x1=5]

a. What is the academic qualification required for the post of ‘Academic Incharge’?
b. What traits other than the academic qualification and experience should
the candidates possess?
c. What should the applicants submit along with their application?
d. How can an applicant deliver his/her application?
e. Who will be called for the interview?

4. Read the text and do the tasks. [15]
Air quality in New Delhi plummeted to a dangerous level on Wednesday, putting residents at risk, mainly due to dust storms from western India, a senior official at the pollution control board said.

The air quality index, which measures the concentration of poisonous particulate matter in the air, hit the “severe” level of 445, on a scale where the maximum reading is 500 and where anything above 100 is considered unhealthy by the Central Pollution Control Board, its website showed.

“Due to the high wind speeds, dust particles are being transported from Rajasthan,” said VK Shukla, the scientist in charge of the Air Lab at the Central Pollution Control Board.

At the severe level, even healthy people will be affected while those who have existing diseases will be severely impacted, the board’s website showed. “The situation is likely to remain the same for the next 2 days,” Shukla said, citing the weather office’s forecast.

Air quality has worsened in New Delhi in recent years, prompting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office to directly monitor measures to clean up the capital’s air. Vehicle exhaust emissions in a city with limited public transport, emissions from thermal power stations and swirling construction dust are the main pollutants of air in New Delhi, which worsens in winter months due to illegal crop burning in the farm states surrounding the landlocked capital city.

A damning report by the World Health Organisation last month said India was home to the world’s 14 most polluted cities, with Delhi ranked sixth most polluted.

According to the US Embassy’s real-time air quality index, the air quality was so poor in some parts of Delhi on Wednesday that it was beyond the maximum level. It stood at 999, beyond which no readings are available, for RK Puram, Wazirpur and Okhla area among others.
A. Match the words/phrases in column 'A' with their meanings in column 'B'.  [5X1=5]
Column A
Column B
a. plummeted
i. making follow up
b. severe
ii. fell suddenly
c. exhaust
iii. extremely bad
d. swirling
iv. waste gases
e. damning
v. moving around in a circle
vi. critical of somebody/something
B. Write ‘True’ for true statements and ‘False’ for the false ones [5x1=5]
a. Above the index of 100, air pollution level is considered unhealthy.
b. At the severe level, healthy people are also affected.
c. According to the official forecast, the worse situation remains for a week.
d. The Ministry of Environment is applying direct monitoring measures
to improve the pollution.
e. On Wednesday, air pollution level reached beyond the maximum level
in some parts of Delhi.

C. Answer the following questions. [5x1=5]

a. What is the main cause of falling air quality to a dangerous level in
New Delhi ?
b. What does the air quality index measure ?
c. What causes dust particles being transported from Rajasthan ?
d. What are the main air pollutants in New Delhi ?
e. According to the World Health Organzation, what is the rank of New
Delhi among the most polluted cities ?

5. One of your classmates has got a scholarship for his/her study. Write a message of congratulation to be published in a newspaper on behalf of your class. Use the clues given below: [5]
Rojina Gurung - very intelligent - shining star scholarship - awarded by
B.D. Foundation - result of hard work - wish for further success.
6. Write a news story with the help of the clues given in the box below: [5]
Nepal Army collects 800 kg garbage from Mt. Ama Dablam.
• Mt. Ama Dablam clean-up campaign 2075 organised by Sagarmatha
Pollution Control Committee (SPCC).
• The Shumser Gulma, a company of Nepal Army participates
• financial assistance form Khumbu Village Body.
• 800 kg garbage collected.
• handed over to the local community amid programme .
• SPCC Chair Mr. Sherpa expresses his gratitude to NA.


7. A student is trying to get new library membership. Compose a dialogue between the student and a librarian in at least six exchanges. [6]

8. Write an essay on ‘Tourism in Nepal’ in about 200 words. [8]

9. Reproduce the following sentences as indicated in brackets. [6x1=6]

a. The managers ignore it, ...... ? (Supply the correct question tag)
b. His teacher knows what to do. (Change into negative)
c. Your new friends are chatting online now. (Change into yes/no question)
d. When the teacher came in, all the students ..... (make) ........ noise.
(Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense)
e. He said, “I have been playing football for three hours.” (Change into
indirect speech)
f. Did she cook the dinner? (Change into passive)

10. Choose and copy the best answers. (Rewriting is not compulsory)[10x0.5=5]
The Bermuda Triangle (a)..... (where/which/what) is also known as the
devil’s Triangle, is (b)..... (the/a/an) area located on the north western
Atlantic. It is an extremely dangerous area (c)..... (for/by/to) one to enter.
Several aircrafts and surface vessels (d)..... (believed/are believed/have
believed) to have vanished in weird ways at The Bermuda Triangle.
Important things in society (e)..... (have/has/are) shown some of these
disappearances (f)..... (could have been/can be/must be) by the law of
physics, paranormal, or actions of aliens. The April 1962 issue of American
Legion Magazine covered the disappearance of Flight 19. The issue stated
that the crew leader was heard saying, “ (g)..... (We don’t know where we
are/They didn’t know where they were/They haven’t known where they
were).” This statement makes us (h)..... (wonder/to wonder/wondered) what
might have happened to the crew. If they (i)..... (had/had had/would have)
a natural disaster, they would not have made such a statement. There are
mysteries in nature, (j)..... (isn’t there/doesn’t there/aren’t there) ?
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