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SUJANS ONLY ENGLISH

NELLORE - ANDHRA PRADESH


Time: 3 Hrs.
Sr. Inter: English Paper Setter:-Y.SUJAN - NAIIT, NLR [Max. Marks: 100
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I.

Annotate ANY TWO of the following in 10 15 lines each.

2 x 4 = 8M

a) The first thing I have learnt is that we must always begin with our strengths.
b) I cant see any point in learning dates. One can always look them up in a book.
c) Starkly put, we are all simply carriers of genes which manipulate us for their survival and
propagation.
d) Nature will make us pay for it.
II.

Annotate ANY TWO of the following in 10 15 lines each.

2 x 4 = 8M

a) With this equipment they all began,


So start from the top and say I can.
b) Then you can sail away
and be happy.
c) We are more alike, my friends
than we are unalike.
d) We give no compensation,
The earth is ours today
III.

Answer ANY TWO of the following questions in 10 15 lines each.

a)
b)
c)
d)
IV.

2 x 4 = 8M

What is health mania and what are the different things people do to remain healthy?
Did Einstein succeed in leaving school? How?
Show that even bacteria and viruses exhibit co-operative behaviour.
Discuss the appropriateness of the title Spoon-Feeding.

Answer ANY TWO of the following questions in 10 15 lines each.

2 x 4 = 8M

a) Describe the relationship between man and nature as described in the poem The Giving
Tree.
b) How does the poet Maya Angelou justify the statement we all belong to one race in the
world, namely, the human race?
c) Is man justified in saying that the bull has no sense?
d) Illustrate mans callous attitude to nature as given in the poem Harvest Hymn.
V.

Answer ANY ONE of the following questions in about 25 30 lines.

1 x 8 = 8M

a) Write a character sketch of Boxer. Why does Napoleon seem to feel threatened by him?
b) Describe the incidents relating to the building and destruction of the windmill.
c) Write a character sketch of Napoleon.
SECTION B
VI.

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.

5 x 1= 5M

Indian software billionaire, Azim Premji ranks No. 28 among the richest people in the world
with $ 17 billion to his name. The Azim Premji Foundation was started nine years ago and is
funded solely by Premji. Premji had given the foundation stock valued at rs.450 crore or
roughly $101 million. For Premji, philanthropy boils down to a simple philosophy: To those to
whom much is given, much has to be given back.His foundation focuses on education,
improving standards in India by training teachers, and funding model schools; and is now
starting a university to upgrade reaching methods. Even if I was to give my children a small
part of my wealth, it would be more than they can digest in many lifetimes, says Premji,

explaining why he, much like Microsoft founder Bill Gates, plans to give away most of his
money during his lifetime.
1. What are Premjis views about philanthropy?
2. Mention any tow objectives of the Premji foundation.
3. Write true or False: Azim Premji is one of the richest men in the world.
4. Which word in the passage means to raise to a higher standard?
5. Azim Premji is compared here to Bill Gates because (Choose the best answer):
i. they both hate their children and do not want to leave them money
ii. they both plan to give away most of their wealth to charity during their lifetime.
iii. they both want to build many schools.
VII.

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.

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They were both thoroughly frightened by the rebellion on Animal Farm, and were very anxious
to prevent their own animals from learning about it. At first they scorned the idea of animals
managing a farm for themselves. The whole thing would be over in a fortnight, they said. They
even spread rumours that the animals were fighting among themselves and were starving to
death. When time passed and the animals had not starved to death, Frederick and Pilkington
began to talk of the terrible wickedness that now flourished on Animal Farm.
1. Both refers to ______ and ________.
2. Why were they frightened?
3. What rumours did they spread?
4. What did they talk of?
5. The whole thing was over in fortnight.
What was the whole thing referred to here?
VIII. Study the advertisement and answer the questions that follow.

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
IX.

What is the advertisement about?


Name two railway premises where smoking is not allowed.
Name the Act which is cited.
What is the fine that is levied for smoking?
Which organization has issued this advertisement?

Study the following pie chart carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Weightage to Different Questions


Descriptive answers

Comprehensioh answers
15
40

15
Communication skills
20

10

1. What does the pie chart show?


2. Which type of answers carry the highest marks?

Grammar

Vocabulary

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3. Name two types of answers that together carry marks equal to grammar and
comprehension answers.
4. How many categories of answers does the IPE English Paper II have?
5. Comprehension answers and communication skills have equal weightage. Write True of
False.

X.

SECTION C
Write a letter to your father requesting him to allow you to go on a picnic with your friends.
OR
Write a letter to the Principal of your college requesting him/ her to introduce extra-curricular
activities and sports.
5 x 1= 5 M
Hints: too much emphasis on studies, performance need to develop personality talents
should be encouraged physical fitness importance request.

XI.

Write a short paragraph of about 8 lines describing how to make orange juice for two people.
OR
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Write a short paragraph of about 8 lines describing how one should study the night before an
examination.

XII.

Prepare Curriculum Vitae in response to the following advertisement.


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Vacancies are there for the position of clerks (10 posts) in a super market chain in
Vijayawada. Graduates in any discipline may apply. Good communication skills and fluency
in English and Telugu essential. Candidates having at least one year experience will be given
preference. Apply within ten days to Post Box No.70, Eenadu, Vijayawada.

XIII.

Fill in the Bank Draft form based on the following information: (It is not necessary to draw
the form. Write the numbers 1 to 10 and the corresponding answers.)
10 x 1/2 = 5 M
Mrs. Vimala Reddy applied today at SBI, Repally, for a draft for Rs. 500/- to be paid in
favour of the Secretary, Board of Intermediate, A.P., Hyderabad. The draft is payable at
Nampally Branch. The exchange amount is Rs.30/-

XIV.

Tomorrow is your birthday. Construct a dialogue between you and your teacher where in
you are inviting your teacher to your birthday party.
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OR

Construct a dialogue between you and a reputed environmental activist on how to protect the earth
from global warming.

XV.

Read the following passage and make notes.


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In order to prevent dental decay four conditions are necessary. When the teeth are growing
during childhood, enough calcium and phosphorous should be included in the diet. This can
be obtained from eggs, milk, fresh fruit, green vegetables and animal fats. Regular, well
shaped and evenly spaced teeth are less liable to decay. Such teeth grow if children do not
suck their fingers or other objects, as sucking tend to distort teeth. Under the conditions of
modern civilization, diets have been produced which contain too much soft food and do not
give the teeth sufficient work. Chewing hard fibrous foodstuffs stimulates the flow of blood to
the teeth, and also encourages flow of saliva. Sugarcane, hard biscuits, raw carrots and apples
are good foods for the proper use of teeth. Finally, keeping teeth clean helps to prevent dental
decay. With the soft foods of present-day diets, cleaning teeth twice a day is essential.
Sometimes a hard deposit called tartar accumulates at the back of the teeth. Tartar should
always be removed by a dentist.

XVI.

Match the words with their meanings/definitions.

i)

unicameral

ii) sitiomania
iii) anthropometry
iv) hydrolysis
v) theocracy

XVII.

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a) the measurement of the size and proportions of


human body
b) a reaction with water which causes a compound to
separate into its parts
c) government by divine guidance
d) government by wealthy
e) a legislative body that has only one main governing
organ
f) excessive obsession with food
g) done by only one member of an organization without the
agreement of other members

Mark the stress for any five of the following words.


i) become
ii) parasite
iii) customer
vi) humility
vii) revolution
viii) immature

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iv) pioneer
ix) exercise

v) belong
x) appointment

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