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Bihar Board Question Paper for 12th class english 2012 (100+50 )

 English 12th class (100 Marks) -2012

Time : 3 Hours+ 15 Minutes                                             Full marks : 100
Instructions to candidate :
1. The set code of this question paper has been printed on the top of this page.
2. Candidate must enter the set code of his/her question paper in the space provided on the cover page of his.her answer-book.
3. If the candidate fails to enter the set code in the answer-book, his/her answer book many not be evaluated.
4. Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable.
5. Figures in the right hand margin indicate full marks.
6. Write Group number and question number with every answer.


                      GROUP-A

1. Fill in the blanks with suitable modal auxiliary verbs :
(a) ............. you climb a palm tree ?

(b) We ............. obey the laws of the country.
(c) Be careful lest you .......... fall into the mud.
2. Change the following sentences into indirect speech :
(a) The old man said to me,"Do you know me ?"

(b) You said,"Madhur,you have finished your work in time."
(c) He said,"How lovely a picture it is !"
3. Transform the following sentences as directed without changing the meaning :
(a) He is too proud to beg.                                   (Remove 'too')

(b) Ashoka was one of the greatest kings.        (Into positive)
(c) What a ridiculous idea !                                 (Into Assertive)
4. Read carefully the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :
For the majority of people all the world over science is a doctrine about the nature of the universe. That is, they think of the theories of science. No doubt, theories are a necessary part of science. However, they are only a part, and not the important part, either. Moreover, there are hardly any theories that are constant; they always change.Theories are necessary but they are makeshifts. A prevailing theory is given up when a better one turns up. Theoretical activity alone does not constitute science. Science is also a way of doing things, a practical activity.

Q : (a) What is the popular view of science ?
(b) What does the writer say about scientific theories ?
(c) Why is a scientific theory called a makeshift ?
(d) What, according to the writer, is science ?
5. Make a precis of the following passage and give a suitable title :
Educated women can serve the country in various capacities. The education of children depends mainly upon women. They can teach as well as amuse. They can do research work in art, literature, philosophy and science. women can also render social service whenever there is flood, famine, earthquake or some natural calamity. it is also during war that they can be of utmost utility to their nation. The defence of the country is a matter of great importance to all and women should share the burden with men. they can get training in use of guns and rifles and as drivers and pilots, and fight to defend the borders and liberty of their country.
6. Choose the correct tense forms of the verbs given in brackets and fill in the blanks with them :
(a) He ........... (leave) for delhi two days ago.

(b) If it rains, I ............ (stay) at home tomorrow.
(c) He........... (come) here everyday.
7. Translate the following sentence into english :
(a) बाघ जंगली जानवर होता है।

(b) राम और रहीम एक-दूसरे की मदद कर रहे है।
(c) मेरा मित्र कल से बीमार है।
(d) इस कमरे से बाहर निकलो।
(e) तुम्हारा गाँव यहाँ से कितनी दूर है ?
8. Write an essay in about 100-150 words on any one of the following :
(a) A cricket match

(b) Computers
(c) The winter season
(d) My hobbies
9. Change the following sentences into passive voice :
(a) Who wrote this novel ?

(b) You can teach them.
(c) Meera is singing a song.
10. Use the following idioms and phrases in sentences of your own so as to bring out their meaning clearly :
(a) look after

(b) give up
(c) instead of

                       GROUP-B


11. Combine the following sentences into one sentence each :
(a) Mohan worked hard. He felt tired.

(b) The sun rose. The stars disapperared.
(c) I saw him. I was very glad.
12. Write the summary of any one of the following poems :
(a) The Soldier

(b) To Autumn
(c) Macavity : The Mystery Cat
(d) Fire-Hymn.
13. Name the poets who wrote the following lones :
(a) For he seemed to me again like a king, Like a king in exile, uncrowned in the underworld, now due to be crowned again.

(b) I who have lostMy way and beg now at strangers doors to receive love, at least in small change ?
(c) Where are the songs of spring ? Aye, where are they ?Think not of them, thou hast thy music too.
(d) If I should die, think only this of me :That there's some corner of a foreign fieldThat is for ever England.
(e) I celebrate myself, and sing myself,And what I assume you shall assume,For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.
14. Match the poets given in List-A with appropriate titles from List-B :
List-A

(a) Walter de la Mare

(b) John keats
(c) Rupert Brooke
(d) Keki N. Daruwala
(e) Walt Whitman
List-B
(i) The Soldier

(ii) Fire-Hymn
(iii) An Epitaph
(iv) Song of Myself
(v) To Autumn

                                GROUP-C


15. Summarise any one of the following pieces :
(a) The Earth
(b) India Through a traveller's Eyes
(c) Indian Civilization and Culture.

16. Name the authors of the following prose pieces :
(a) Ideas That Have Helped Mankind
(b) Bharat is my home
(c) India through a traveller's eyes.

17. Complete the following sentences on the basis of your textual reading :
(a) India's glony is that is ............. .
(b) The distinguishing characteristic of modern civilization is an indefinite multiplicity of .................. .


                         GROUP-D


18. Name the authors of the following works :
(a) As you like it.
(b) The old man and the sea.
(c) Pride and prejudice.
(d) Train to pakistan.
(e) The wasteland.

19. Write a short note on english as a world language.

20. Name any five indian english novelists.
Or, Name any five english dramatists.





    English 12th class (50 Marks) -2012
Time : 1:30 hours + 15 minutes                         Full marks : 50
Instructions to the candidate :
1. The set code of this question paper has been printed on the top of this page.
2. Candidate must enter the set code of his/her question paper in the space provided on the cover page of his.her answer-book.
3. If the candidate fails to enter the set code in the answer-book, his/her answer book many not be evaluated.
4. Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable.
5. Figures in the right hand margin indicate full marks.
6. Write Group number and question number with every answer.

1. Answer any two of the following question :
(a) How, according to CEM joad, is modern civilization different from old civilization ?
(b) What was letter-writing done more meticulously in the part ?
(c) What should be the rule of conver sation ?
(d) Why is the author, stephen leacock not pleased with the photographer ?

2. Write  in short, a critical appreciation of any one of the following :
(a) The Daffodils.
(b) If.
(c) Everyone sang.
(d) Adlestrop.

3. Sketch the character of uriah heap.
Or,"David copperfield is a great work of child psychology". Discuss.


4. Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition given in the brackets :
(After, from, at, of, into, with, without)
(a) Many aspire ......... Wealth, but very few get it.
(b) You should not be afraid ........ mistakes.
(c) Marsha is absent .......the class today.
(d) Inshu shouted ............the top of his voice.
(e) He burst ...........tears.
(f) I agree............ you.
(g) One cannot do anything .............. money.


5. Rewrite the following sentences as illustrated through examples I and  II :
Exp. I : If you havents good health, you can not enjoy anything.
II : Unless you have good health, you cannot enjoy anything.

(a) If you do not follow the traffic rules, accident will occur.
(b) If you do not work hard, you can not succeed in life.
(c) If the teachers do not attent the college daily, they won't get salary.
(d) If she doesn't study, she will fail in the examination.
(e) If we don't obey, the law, civilization will disappear.

6. Use the words given below once only in the following sentences :
(destination, prescribe, preserve, paralyse, recipe)
(a) The doctor may ............ medicines for your weakness.
(b) Do you know the ........... for chicken curry ?
(c) You can ............ fish if you put salt over it.
(d) Certain diseases .......... the limbs.
(e) We shall reach our ........... at six in the evening.


7. What is simile ? Explain and illustrate it with a suitable example.
Or, Find out simile and metaphor in the sentences given below :

(a) Shaihan is a gem of the family.
(b) Ameena is a gentle as a cow.
(c) He is a lion.

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