13 Oct 2016

Model Paper 9th English

Paper English (Compulsory) Time Allowed: 2:10 hours
Class: 9th Essay Type Maximum Marks: 56
                Section-1
2. Answers any five of the following questions. 10
i. Why was the Holy Quran sent in Arabic?
ii. Who was Hellen Keller?
iii. What was the condition of mankind before the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.)?
iv. What is the most important function that media performs?
v. What do the daffodils represent in the poem?
vi. Describe some qualities of the nurse in the story.
vii. What are the causes of drug addiction?
viii. How is use of technology causing noise pollution?

Section-II

3. Translate any two of the following paragraphs into Urdu. 4, 4

a) The preparation for this journey was made at the house of Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique(R.A). Hazrat Asma(R.) rendered useful services in this regard. She prepared the food for this journey. She tied the food on the camel back with her own belt as nothing else could be found. For this service , she was given  the title of Zaat-un- Nataqin by the Rasool(SAW)
b) In the evening, a large number of tourists and Turks gather in the park facing the masjid to hear the call to the evening prayer. The masjid is flooded with lights and so are the hearts of the believers with divine love. Though much has been lost of the Blue Masjid over the years yet it has not lost the love of its visitors.
c) Noise pollution causes not only environmental damage but it also has a negative impact on human health. It can cause aggression, hypertension, high stress levels, hearing loss, restlessness, depression, and insomnia that can further leads to anxiety, bad temper and emotional stress.
Or
Rewrite any two above paragraphs into simple English.

4. Write down the summary of the poem, “Daffodils”. 05
OR
Paraphrase the following lines into simple English with reference to the context
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promise to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
5.  Make sentences out of the given words (any five). 05
i. Queer    ii. Embellish     iii. Enormity    iv. Eloquence        v.  Fall a prey    vii. Convolution
vii. Unparallel      vii. Crumble       xi.   Demolish
6. Write a letter to your brother about the importance of the study of science subjects.           08
          OR
Write a story with the moral, “All that glitters is not gold.”
OR
Write a dialogue between a teacher and a student for coming late.
7. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given at the end. 10
The Indian National Congress was founded in 1885 by a liberal English man Mr. A.O Hume. He had joined the Indian Civil Services in 1849 and retired from service after shouldering different responsibilities. He had been watching the ugly law and order situation in the country quite frequently. He was of the opinion that the highhanded rule of the Britishers was paving way for any unexpected outburst of violence. His plan was to put a safety valve to minimize the mounting sentiments against the British rul. It was meant to provide an outlet which could ventilate the revolutionary spirit. Mr. Hume put his plan before Lord Duffrin.
QUESTIONS
1. Who founded the Indian National Congress?
2. Who was Mr. A.O Hume?
3. When was the Indian National Congress founded?
4. Why did Hume think of founding this political organization?
5. With whom did he discuss his plan?
8. Translate any five of the following sentences into English. 05
i. جومحنت کرتا ہےاسکا پھل پاتا ہے
ii. تم چھ بجےسےدوستوں کوخط لکھ رہے ہو
iii. کتنےآدمی باغ میں جمع ہو رہے تھے    
iv. کیا چاند شام سےچمک رہا تھا ؟
v. پولیس کے آنے سے پہلے چور بھاگ گیا تھا
vi. وزیراستعفی نہیں دے گا
vii. کلرک ہڑتال کھول چُکے ہوں گے
8. Alternate question for foreign students whose medium of examination is English, write ten sentences about, “A House on Fire.”
9. Change the voice of the following. 05
i. The driver opened the door of the car. Ii. The children are loved by the mother.
iii. She likes apples iv.  They have not done their job.           V. An old man was run over by a car. vi. You will buy a new house.          Vii. He was reading a novel.






Objective Type.


Paper English (Compulsory) Time Allowed: 20 Minutes
Class: 9th Objective Type Maximum Marks: 19
1. Four possible answers A, B, C and D to each question are given. Choose the right option and fill the relevant bubble with marker or ink pen.
Sr. a. Choose the correct form of verb.  05 (A) (B) (C) (D)
1 She ________ to school an hour age Go Is going Will go Went
2 I __________living in this house for ten years Is Was Have been Will be
3 I have already________ two cups of tea. Taken Took Taking Been taken
4 I hope it will_________ raining by the evening. Stop Stopped Stopping stops
5 She was_______ the students. Taught Teaching Teach teaches
b. Choose the word with the correct spellings.       04
(A) (B) (C) (D)
6 Migrratin Migeration Migration Migeration
7 Martyrdom Mortyrdam Moortyrdom Martyrdom
8 Unwarranted Unnwarranted Umwarranted Inwarranted
9 Jocund Jokand Jocend joocand
c. Choose the synonyms of the underlined words.05
(A) (B) (C) (D)
10 It was so delicate situation. Difficult Sensitive Fragile Easy
11 Vindictive means Experiment Dedicate text Revengeful
12 Keep up your morale Self-esteem Wealth Section Voice
13 Quiver means To demonstrate To shake slightly To act amusingly To walk leisurely
14 The word astonish means Surprise Mix Separate happy
d. Choose the correct option according to the grammar. 05

(A) (B) (C) (D)
15 The shoe is pressing on my toe. The underlined phrase is a/an Prepositional phrase Noun phrase Adjective phrase Adverb phrase
16 The boy laughs loudly. The underlined verb is a/an Regular verb Irregular verb Transitive verb Intransitive verb
17 The moment which is lost forever. The underlined word is a/an Indefinite pronoun Reflexive pronoun Demonstrative pronoun Relative pronoun
18 I like to see a smiling face. The underlined word is a/an Adverb Adjective Gerund Past participle
19 Ignorance is a / an Proper noun Material noun Abstract noun Collective noun

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