Intermediate Part-II Examination, 2008 & Onward
Time: 30 Minutes Marks: 20
Note: Write your Roll No. in space provided. Over-writing, Cutting,
Erasing,Using lead pencil will result in loss of marks.
Q.No.1. (a)Tick the right choice of the following under-lined words from Book II 3
(Modern Prose and Heroes) Part I:
(i) Only learning is not of much value unless he possesses the physical vigour
to bring it to bear on the world’s problems.
(a) show (b) strength (c) habit (d) ordinary
(ii) Daishes hung on the outskirts of a crowd around an ice cream borrow.
(a) area (b) place (c) outer edge (d) far away
(iii) The Chinese regime has set up an assistance system guaranteeing a minimum
(a) survival (b) prosperity (c) promotion (d) category
(b)Tick the right choice of the following under-lined words from Book II 3
(Modern Prose and Heroes) Part II:
(i) I continued in this unpretentious situation for nearly a year.
(a) unforgiving (b) unable (c) undue (d) unassuming
(ii) It would be hard to think of a less appetising drink than the greenish fluid.
(a) increasing hunger (b)fragrant (c) sweet (d) stinking
(iii) The firing gets worse steadily, a general massacre of Armenians is expected.
(a) crowd (b)general killing (c) riots (d) strike
(c) Tick the right choice of the following under lined words from the novel 4
Goodbye Mr. Chips:
(i) Chips would sing out, in that jerky, high pitched voice that had still a good
deal of sprightliness in it.
(a) liveliness (b) cunningness (c) activity (d) strangeness
(ii) He paced through Brookfield village as in some horrifying nightmare.
(a) darkness (b) horrible dream (c) brightness (d) fear
(iii) Mr. Chip’s speech was impeded by the laughters of the audience.
(a) praised (b) exaggerated (c) disliked (d) interrupted
(iv) Chips looked at the window greying into
(a) bright light (b) dusk (c) rust (d) pitch dark
Q.No.2. (a) Fill in the following blanks with appropriate prepositions: 5
(i) He comes __________ a
(a) on (b) of (c) off (d) at
(ii) He alighted ____________ the train.
(a) from (b) on (c) in (d) to
(iii) He parted ___________ his friends.
(a) on (b) with (c) from (d) to
(iv) This book belongs _______ Azra.
(a) to (b) with (c) for (d) from
(v) He was shivering ________ cold.
(a) at (b) with (c) in (d) by
(b) Four options (a), (b), (c) and (d) are given at the end of every sentence. 5
Only one of them is correct. Your are required to tick the right choice.
(i) Either he or I are going there.
(a)Either he or I am going there. (b)Either he or I is going there.
(c)Either he or I were going there. (d) Either he or I would going there.
(ii) Although he is ill, but he works.
(a) Although he is ill, yet he works (b) Although he is ill, and he works
(c) Although he is ill, still he works (d) Although he is ill, nevertheless he works
(iii) He said that I am going home.
(a) He said that I will be going home. (b) He said that he was going home.
(c) He said that he were going home. (d) He said that he shall go home.
(iv) I met a miser man.
(a) I met the miser man. (b) I met miser.
(c) I met a miser. (d) I met a miser men.
(v) He as well as I am going.
(a) He as well as I are going. (b) He as well as I is going.
(c) He as well as I were going. (d) He as well as I would going.
MODEL PAPER “ENGLISH”
Intermediate Part-II Examination,2008 & Onward
Time: 2:30 Hours Marks: 80
Q.No.3.(a) Write the short answers of any SIX (in 3 – 5 lines) questions from 12
Book II (Modern Prose and Heroes) Part I
(i) How did the earth come into being?
(ii) What was the superstitions that were very common in the past?
(iii) Give two reasons of boy’s failure in the college.
(iv) Why did the writer like holidays?
(v) Why should we destroy old books?
(vi) What advice did the doctor give to the writer?
(vii) Where did the writer keep his savings after his misadventure in the bank?
(viii) What are the major reasons of a famine?
(ix) How did Al-Hakam patronise learning in Muslim Spain?
(b) Write the short answers of any SIX (in 3 – 5 lines) questions from
Book II (Modern Prose and Heroes) Part II 12
(i) Why was Churchill afraid of examinations?
(ii) Why did the writer like El Golea?
(iii) How did the writer escape from death at the bordj?
(iv) Why did Fleming select
(v) Why wasn’t Fleming proud of his discovery?
(vi) What do you know about Louis Pasteur’s patriotism?
(vii) How did Louis Pasteur save silk worm industry?
(viii) Why was Mustafa Kamal sent to Anatolia?
(c) Write the short answers of any EIGHT (in 3 – 5 lines) questions from 16
the Novel, Good-Bye Mr. Chips
(i) Describe Mr. Chip’s experiences at Brook field on the first day.
(ii) What was Brookfield’s contribution for the glory of England?
(iii) How did Mr. Chips entertain his students at Mrs. Wickett’s?
(iv) What is the most interesting incident of the novel?
(v) Describe any two changes brought about by Katherine in the life of Mr. Chips.
(vi) What was the effect of Katherine’s death on Mr. Chips?
(vii) What was the reason that led to the quarrel between Mr. Chips and Mr. Ralston?
(viii) How did the boys react to the quarrel between Mr. Chips and Mr. Ralston?
(ix) Describe the farewell speech of Mr. Chips in a few lines.
(x) What was Mr. Chips presented with at the time of his retirement?
(xi) Who was Linford?
(xii) How did Mr. Chips react to the remarks of Mr. Cartwright about his being issueless?
Q.No.4. Write an essay (300 – 400 words) on any ONE of the following topics: 15
(i)Computer (ii) My Aim in Life
(iii) A Cricket Match (iv) Place of
Q.No.5.Use any five of the following idioms in sentences of your own: 10
Put on, Set in, At length, Under a cloud, Break the ice,
French leave, Storm in a tea cup, A white elephant.
Q.No.6.Translate the following passage into English 15
Note: Candidates, whose medium of examination is English, will write a paragraph
on “My First Day at College”.