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Examination : MADHYAMIK (Class X)
Year : 2019
Category : Old Question Paper
Subject : English (Second Language)
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  1. Read the passage carefully and answer the question that follow:
“What have you written, Father ?” Swami asked apprehensively.
“Nothing for you. Give it to your headmaster and go to your class.”
“Have you written anything about our teacher Samuel ?”
“Yes. Plenty of things.”
“What has he done, Father ?”
“Everything is there in the letter. Give it to your headmaster.”
Swami went to school feeling that he was the worst boy on earthy. His consciences bothered him. He wasn’t at all sure if his description of Samuel had been accurate. He felt he had mixed up the real and the imagined.
Swami stopped on the roadside to make up his mind about Samuel. Samuel was not such a bad man after all. Personally he was much more friendly than the other teachers. Swami also felt Samuel had a special regard for him.
Swami’s head was dizzy with confusion he could not decide if Samuel really deserved the allegations made against him in the letter. The more he thought of Samuel, the more Swami grieved for him. To Samuel’s dark face, his thin moustache, unshaven cheek and yellow coat filled Swaminathan with sorrow.
1. write the correct alternative to complete the following sentences :
(a) Swami’s father wrote the letter to Swami’s ______________
(i) friends    (ii) headmaster    (iii) teacher    (iv) mother
(b) The letter made Swami feel ______________________________________
(i) happy           (ii) sad          (iii) excited                 (iv) worried
(c) Swami stopped on his way to school to decide whether Samuel was a/am _______________
(i) bad person
(ii) good and friendly person
(iii) honest person
(iv) dishonest person
(d) Swami felt dizzy because he was ________________________________
(i) excited
(ii) indifferent
(iii) afraid
(iv) puzzled
(e) The more Swami thought of Samuel the more _______________________
(i) aggrieved he felt
(ii) cheerful he felt
(iii) disappointed he felt
(iv) angry he felt
  1. Complete the following sentences with information from the text :  
(i) Swami’___________________________________________________________________
(ii) While going to school Swami felt ______________________________________________
(iii) Other teachers were not as __________________________________________________
  1. Answer the following question 
(i) Why did Swami’s conscience bother him ?  ______________________________________
(ii) How did Swami recall Samuel’s appearance ? ____________________________________

Once I crept in an oakwood – I was looking for a stag.
I met an old woman there – all knobbly stick and rag.
She said: ‘I have your secret here inside my little bag.’
Then she began to cackle and I began to quake.
She opened up her little bag and I came twice awake –
Surrounded by a starting tribe and me tied to a stake .
They : said ‘We are the oak-trees and your own family.
We are chopped down, we are torn up, you do not blink an eye.
Unless you make a promise now – now you are going to die.
‘Whenever you see an oak-tree felled, swear now you will plant two.
Unless you swear the black oak bark will wrinkle over you
And root you among the oaks where you were born but never grew.’
This was my dream beneath the boughs, the dream that altered me.
When I came out of the oakwood, back to human company,
My walk was the walk of a human child, but my heart was a tree.
  1. Write the correct alternative to complete the following sentences :
(a) The young child met  _________________________________________
(i) a forester
(ii) an old man
(iii) an old woman
(iv) a stag
(b) The old woman was  _________________________________________
(i) very smart
(ii) looking nervous
(iii) richly dressed
(iv) unsteady and poorly dressed

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