|Department||Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education [TSBIE]|
|Class||Inter I [Class 11th]|
|Subject & Medium||English [English Medium]|
|Download||Model Question Paper|
TSBIE Inter I English Model Question Paper
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TSBIE Inter I English Model Questions
Section – A:
1. Annotate ANY TWO of the following in about 100 words each. 2×4=8
a) They are the people who never go forward. They never suggest a line of activity. They live simply on the negative side of life.
b) One might think that growing trees is not a big deal but one would know the reality of it only when they do it on their own.
c) And she was cross. She said go ask the guy who keeps gardening things.
d) No one tried to persuade me. The decision was mine alone.
e) In thought, in talk, in action, I think you will find that you can separate life into these two divisions — the dark side and the bright side, the discouraging side and the encouraging side.
2. Annotate ANY TWO of the following in about 100 words each. 2×4=8
a) I asked the professors who teach the meaning of life to tell me what happiness is.
b) It was the plant and flower of Light.
c) His stomach is full of infinite void
d) O my Luve’s like a red, red rose That’s newly sprung in June.
e) And I saw a crowd of Hungarians under the trees with their women and children and a keg of beer and an accordion.
3. Answer ANY TWO of the following questions in about 100 words each. 2 × 4 = 8
a) How do the two types of persons react to an overcast morning?
b) Why did Thimmakka and her husband decide to plant trees? Describe how hard they tried to succeed in their mission.
c) What does the boy think of his grandparents in his letter?
d) Describe the feelings of Dr Bannister after the race was over.
e) How does Booker T Washington advise the teacher-trainees to develop frankness and honesty in their teaching?
4. Answer ANY TWO of the following questions in about 100 words each. 2 × 4 = 8
a) Explain the narrator’s experience in finding out what happiness is.
b) How does the poem, The Beggar describe the farmer’s pathetic physical condition?
c) And I will Luve thee still, my dear, Till a’ the seas gang dry:
d) Discuss the aptness of the title, The Noble Nature for the poem.
e) Seeing helps one better in understanding than listening to. Justify the statement with reference to the poem, Happiness.
5. Answer ANY TWO of the following questions in about 100 words each.
a) Helping the old is as good as playing the game. Elucidate with reference to the story.
b) How did the three brothers try to outsmart one another?
c) They realized that the lack of unity had been the cause for their plight. What followed this realization? How did it help the people of Ramasagaram?
d) Is the title, The Short-sighted Brothers, apt for the story? Explain.
e) Write a paragraph on how Alan and his parents felt excited when he was chosen to play for the school cricket match.
Section – B:
6. Read the following passage carefully and answer ANY FOUR questions given after it in a word or a sentence each.
And in the classroom next morning the boys gave Alan three loud cheers, as only schoolboys can, for in some mysterious fashion they too had learned all about his kind act.
i. From which story is this passage taken?
ii. Who is the writer of the story from which this passage is taken?
iii. Where and when did the schoolboys meet?
iv. What did they do?
v. How did the boys come to know about Alan’s kind act?
vi. Pick out the word from the passage which means strange.
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