Compulsory English | Class 10 (SEE) Pre-Board Exam | Question Paper 2077 | PABSON

Compulsory English class 10 see pre board exam question paper 2077 pabson
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SEE Pre-Board/Sent Up Examination - 2077/2021
PABSON Examination Committee, Syangja, Gandaki Province
Class - 10 (X)
Subject - Compulsory English
Maximum Marks - 75
Time: 2:15 Hrs.

Compulsory English | Class 10 (SEE) Pre-Board Exam | Question Paper 2077 | PABSON Syangja, Gandaki province.

Candidates are required to give their answer according to the given instructions.

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1. Read the poem and do the activities that follow. (5)

The Road not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as far,
And having perhaps the better claim
Because it was grassy and wanted wear,
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black,
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,

I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and, I
I took the one less travelled by,
And that has made all the difference. - Robert Frost

A. Chose the best alternative to complete the following sentences:- (2x1=2)

a) The meaning of the word 'sigh' is .....

i) a deep and long breath
ii) laugh
iii) weep

b) The poem is about a ..... that the speaker has faced.

i) dilemma
ii) road
iii) forest

B. Answer the following questions:- (3x1=3)

a) Which road does he choose to travel?
b) What do you think 'the roads' refer to?
c) Why did the speaker stand at a place for long time?

2. Read the text and do the activities that follow:- (10)

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. Asa 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 slap, 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 the 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 appropriate information in Column B. (5x1=5)

Column A Column B
a) special hand machine i) is in Baltimore
b) Antarderisti ii) the masterpiece
c) replica of Rodin iii) edited by Jyoti Ghimire
d) beautiful garden iv) explained everything in English
e) magnificent sculpture v) Known as Rodin's Thinking Man.
vi) pointed shapes of fir and pines

B. Answer the following questions: (5x5=25)

a) What is remarkable about Rodin's Thinking Man?

b) Why did the narrator buy a special hand machine?

c) How was the garden of the museum?

d) Where did the narrator find another small sculpture of Rodin?

e) How did the writer get into the museum?

3. Read the text and do the activities that follow:- (10)

Janjagriti Nature Protection Foundation (JNPF)
Loksmriti Bhawan, Nagarjun Municipal Corporation, Baitadi
Ph: 096754362, Fax: 096735642
Community Climate Change Project (CCCP)

Janajagriti Nature Protection Foundation re-announces the vacancy for the following position for community climate change Project. The duration of the contract initially is one year and subject 0 renewal on annual basis upon satisfactory performance.

Post Vacant - Deputy Project Co-ordinator - 1

For detailed terms of reference please visit career opportunity page of JNPS website: Applications along with detailed CV, contact no, and two recent passport-size photographs should be submitted by April 15, 2018 to JNPF. Attested copies of all certificates, mark-sheets and other relevant documents should also be submitted.

Only short-listed candidates will be informed for further selection process. JNPF reserves the rights to accept or reject all/some of the applications without stating any reason whatsoever.

Apply to: The Managing Director, JNPF
P.O. Box: 2345

Note: No telephone inquiries will be entertained. Canvassing at any stage of the selection process will lead the candidate to automatic disqualification.

A. Choose the correct one from the given alternatives: (5x1=5)

a) This announcement is published ......

i) for the first time
ii) for the second time
iii) for the third time

b) The word 'canvassing' means .....

i) telephoning to the office
ii) painting the pictures in a canvas
iii) typing to gain favor

c) We can get ..... by visiting the website:

i) detailed terms of reference
ii) detailed CV
iii) detailed selection process

d) You can apply to .....

i) Officer
ii) The Managing Director
iii) Candidate

e)The announcement is for the post of .....

ii) CCCP
iii) DPC

B. Answer the following questions: (5x1=5)

a) What does JNPF stand for?

b) In what condition will the duration of the post be renewed?

c) How can the applications be sent?

d) Mention any three things to be submitted along with the application.

e) For which projects does JNPF announce the notice?

4. Read the text and do the activities that follow:- (15)

New born babies do not know if they are boys or girls, but it does not take them long to find out. They very quickly learn the way that their society expects males and females to behave and think. That is, they learn their gender roles.

From the moment of birth, babies are usually treated according to their gender. In many other countries, baby girls tend to be dressed in pink clothing and baby boys in blue. Baby girls are handled more gently than boys. Girls are cuddled and kissed while boys are bounced around and lifted high in the air. Girls are given dolls, whereas boys are given cars, trucks and building blocks. Mothers think a lot about how pretty their girls should look, but they are less connected about their little boys' appearance.

When they start to talk, children are taught the difference between the words "he" and "she" and between "him" and "her". There are also differences in the way parents talk to their children. Parents use words about feelings and emotions more with girls than with boys and by the age 2, girls use these words more than boys do. Furthermore, mothers and fathers talk differently, because of their socialization. Mothers tend to talk more politely (Could you turn off the TV, please) and father tend to use more direct language (Turn off the TV). By age 4, girls and boys have learned to imitate these conversational styles. Girls are generally taught to be "lady like" - polite and gentle.

A. Complete the following sentences using the appropriate words from the text: (5x1=5)

a) Children very quickly learn the way that their society expects male and female to think and .....

b) In many countries baby boys tend to be dressed in ..... clothing.

c) Children are taught the difference between 'he' and 'she' when they .....

d) Polite and ..... are the features being ladylike.

e) Mother and father speak differently because of .....

B. Write T for true and F for false statements:- (5x1=5)

a) It takes babies a long time to find out if they are boys or girls.

b) Babies are generally treated according to their gender from their birth.

c) Mothers are more concerned about the appearance of their daughters than their sons.

d) Parents talk to their children in the same way irrespective of their gender.

e) Mothers talk more politely than fathers.

C. Answer the following questions: (5x1=5)

a) What is meant by gender role?

b) How are the boys and girls different in case of their play things?

c) What sorts of words do parents use with their girl children?

d) How do fathers talk with their children?

e) What aspect of the baby girls gets more attention than that of baby boys?

5. Write a message of condolence on behalf of your school to be published in a local newspaper using the clues given in the box below: (5)

Suresh Sibakoti ..... 16 years ..... a student of grade ten ..... monitor of your class/hardworking and social ..... died in road accident ..... sadly missing.

6. Write a news story based on the clues given in the box below: (5)

A bus (Na 4 Kha 7380) ..... Wednesday morning ..... heading to Dhangadi from Pokhara ..... 31 passengers ..... Plummets into the Kali Gandaki river ..... near Malunga ..... Siddhartha Highway ..... seven spot death ..... one at hospital ..... 23 injured ..... 5 serious ..... treatment at hospitals in Palpa ..... heavy truck from opposite direction collides with the bus ..... both drivers into custody.

7. Write in a couple of paragraphs expressing your views on 'Should girls and boys study in different class rooms? (6)

8. Write a letter to the editor of an English news paper drawing the attention of the parents and concerned authority about growing problems of drug addiction among teenagers. (8)


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