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Class 9 English Question | Ninth class English Paper

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Class Nine English Question

 

Level Subject Year
Secondary English 2077

Candidates are requested to answer in their own words as far as practicable credit shall be given to creatively not role learning.


1. Read the poem carefully and do the activities that follow.

The Rivals

I heard a bird at dawn

Singing sweetly on a tree,

That the dew was on the lawn,

And the wind was on the lea;

But I didn’t listen to him,

For he didn’t sing for me!

I didn’t listen to him,

For he didn’t sing to me

That the dew was on the lawn

And the wind was on the lea!

I was singing at that time,

Just as prettily as he!

I was singing at that time,

As prettily as he,

About the dew upon the lawn,

And the wind upon the lea!

So I didn’t listen to him

As he sang upon the tree!

James Stephens

A. From the above poem, find the words that are opposite in meaning to the following words. [4×0.5=2]

i. desertii. dusk iii. bitterly iv told

B. Answer the following questions.3×1=3

i. Who are the rivals?

ii. Why doesn’t the person in the poem like the bird’s song?

iii. What is the poem actually about?

2. Read the passage and answer the following questions.

A panda looks like a bear, but it has its own distinctive black-and-white colouring, short limbs, small ears and peculiarly shaped head and face. It is a herbivorous animal and eats only one kind of food bamboo. This strange food is the reason why the number of pandas has been decreasing every year. Its home country is the mountainous regions of Gansu and Sichuan in West-Central China. Most bamboo forests in these regions have been cut down and, as a result, pandas have become very few in number. In an effort to save the pandas population, the Chinese government has built up 12 reserves in the western mountainous region of the country. Here scientist from several countries has been studying the panda’s life. So far they not had much success, but with more research, they may save pandas from becoming extinct.

A. Find the best answer and write them in your answer book.

i. The word ‘limbs’ means:

a. earb. feet c. body parts

ii. The word ‘herbivorous’ means:

a. plant eating animalsb. flesh eating animals

c. non-vegetarian animals

iii. The word ‘reserve’ means:

a. a zoob. an animal park c. military force

iv. The word ‘extend’ means:

a. no longer existingb. sick and dying c. decreasing

B. Rewrite the following statements stating True or False 4×0.5=2

I. Pandas are originally from China.

II. Pandas eat nothing but bamboo.

III. People are concerned about pandas.

IV. Pandas look exactly like bears.

C. Answer the following questions.[6]

a. Will pandas survive? Why? Why not?

b. Who are trying to save pandas? What are they doing to save them?

c. Why is the number of panda decreasing?

3. Read the following advertisement carefully and do the activities and do the activities given below.

Sunkoshi village resort

Khulikhel, kavre

Requires a Resident Manager

Major duties and responsibilities:

Directly responsible for international marketing and technical planning and execution.

Qualification and Experience Required.

  • At least 10 years experience;
  • Good command of English language and at least 2-3 other foreign languages.
  • An engineering background would be added asset
  • Salary and benefits: negotiable (please state expected salary)

Qualified Nepalese Citizens are encouraged to Apply.

Please send your application with detailed CV and recent passport size photograph not later than April 10, 2011 to:

Human resource department

Sunkoshi Village Resort

Post Box 7395

Karve, Nepal


A. Write the words from the given advertisement which is opposite in meaning to the following words:[4]

a. minor b. receive c. the most d. earlier

B. Write answers to the following questions.[8]

a. How much salary is offered for the post?

b. What kind of language proficiency is required?

c. What are the two main jobs that the manager has to perform?

d. Where is the resort located at?

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p style=”text-align: justify;”>c. Write ‘T’ for true and ‘F’ for false against each statement.[3]

a. Good command of Nepali language is required.

b. An engineering background is an advantage.

c. Any type of photograph with application will be accepted.

4. Read the following text and answer the questions that follow.

‘Well, Mr. Ufferson, you are a hard man to satisfy, but I’ll do it yet,’ said Poole. ‘All this last week (you must know), him, or it, or whatever it is that lives in that cabinet, has been crying night and day for some sort of medicine and cannot get it to his mind. It was sometimes his way-the master’s, that is-to write his orders on a sheet of paper and throw it on the stair we’ve had nothing else this week back; nothing but papers, and a closed door, and the very meals left there to be smuggled in when nobody was looking well, Sir, every day??? Dy and twice and thrice in the same day, there have been orders and complaints, and I’ve been sent flying to all the wholesale chemists in town. Every time a brought the stuff back. There would be another paper telling me to return it, because it was not pure, and another order to a different form. This drug is wanted bitter bad sir, whatever for.’

‘Have you any of these papers?’ asked Mr. Utterson. Poole felt in his pocket and handed out a crumpled note, which the lawyer, bending nearer to the candle, carefully examined.

A. Give words from the above text which are required to the following words:[2]

i. soft (antonym)ii. remedy (synonym)

iii. request (antonym) iv. closer (synonym)

B. Answer the following questions.[8]

i. What kind of man was Mr. Utterson?

ii. Why have been people sent flying to all the wholesale chemists in town?

iii. What kind of papers did Mr. Utterson ask for?

iv. Give the most suitable title for this passage.

5. Complete the following dialogue with the appropriate sentences in the box given below:[6]

Patient: Good morning, doctor.

Doctor: …………………………………………

Patient: I haven’t been feeling well lately. I often feel quite sick……………………………..

Doctor: …………………………………

Patient: not at all good. I don’t feel like eating anything.

Doctor: Let me take you temperature first. Now, I want to check up your chest……………………..

Patient: ………………………………………..

Doctor: No, nothing serious, I’m prescribing two kinds of tablets for three days. Don’t eat any fired, spicy and hot food. Come to see me if the trouble doesn’t go quickly.

Patient: ……………………………….

Doctor: O.K. Good bye!

a. Is there anything serious, doctor?

b. Have you had any fever?

c. Good morning, Sir, what’s your trouble?

d. Thank you very much, doctor. Good bye!

e. Breathe deeply.

f. Open your mouth.

g. What’s your appetite like?

h. I’ve had severe headaches for several day and I feel feverish all the time.

6. Write a news story on the headline, “Earthquake followed by Tsunami in Japan.”[6]

7. Write any essay in about 250 words on the topic ‘Nepal Tourism Year 2011’.[12]
8. Rewrite the following sentences selecting the correct words or phrases from the brackets.[6]

a. Nitu is……………first girl of our class. (a/an/the)

b. My son bought………ugly shirt. (a/an/the)

c. The bridge…………the Hanumante River is very nice. (up/over/above)

d. Rabindra will post the letter………….tomorrow. (by/on/at)

e. They’d build the house………….? (hadn’t they/didn’t they/wouldn’t they)

f. Unisha hardly passed the exam………..? (didn’t she/did she/hadn’t she)

g. Dhruba and I………….very busy today. (am/is/are)

h. One of my friends and his father………waiting for me. (has been/have been/are being)

i. Did you enjoy the programme? Yes…………(I didn’t/I enjoy/I did)

j. Kalpana asked Pramita………….(not to talk then/don’t talk now/not to talk now)

k. Yesterday Kiran made us………….a story. (told/to tell/tell)

l. Mukunda has to teach us. The passive form of this sentence is………………..(we have to teach by Mukunda/we had to be taught by Mukunda/we have to be taught by Mukunda)

9. Choose the correct word from the bracket to complete the passage below.[5]

If I ………….(am/are/were) given …………(a/an/the) chance to represent the country in any global summit regarding a global issue, I……….(will chose/would choose/would have chosen) the global warming. Yes, there…………(is/was/are) not a great fault of developing countries like Nepal…………(which/where/who) the industries establishment has not got progress get. However, the deforestation is heavily progressed………(isn’t it/isn’t there/is it)? In rising my ideas, “…………….” (I would like/Nepal will like/He likes) to focus on plantation and preservation of plants. We should focus on getting people………..(change/to change/changed) their behaviour in destroying the tress. In Nepal, we………….(have been facing/are facing/face) the problem of deforestation causing draught in summer every year. Because of draught and no enough rain we have to rely………….(in/at/on) the food staffs from forewing countries.

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