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RBSE 10th English Paper Solution 2024: आरबीएसई 10वीं कक्षा के अंग्रेजी के पेपर का पूरा सोल्यूशन देखें

RBSE 10th English Paper Solution 2024: माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड, राजस्थान (आरबीएसई) ने 7 मार्च 2024 को सुबह 8:30 से 11: 45 के बीच राज्य के सभी परीक्षा केंद्रों पर अंग्रेजी अनिवार्य की परीक्षा का आयोजन करवाया गया। इस परीक्षा में विद्यार्थियों को 3 घंटे 15 मिनट का समय दिया गया। इस पेपर का कुल पूर्णाक 80 अंक का था। अंग्रेजी के पेपर के अंदर चार सेक्शन ए, बी, सी और डी दिए गए थे। हमारे द्वारा इस आर्टिकल में इस पेपर के व्याकरण और पैसेज के मुख्य प्रश्नों का उत्तर बताया गया है।

RBSE 10th English Paper Solution 2024

Name of BoardBoard of Secondary Education, Rajasthan
Subject NameEnglish
Exam Date07 March 2024
Time03 Hours 15 Minutes
Maximum Marks80 Marks
Official Websiterajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in

1. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow: [1×6=6]

Dr. A.P.J. Kalam has three goals that he would like India to achieve. All the three goals are related to each other. Freedom and Independence will have real meaning if we develop economically. Economic development will help us to be strong and will make other countries respect us. But we the people of India are responsible for the development of our country and for making it one of the leading nations of the world. Each one of us needs to do whatever is necessary to make Dr. Kalam’s Vision come true. It is time to stop complaining about the problems in our country and to start doing something about them. We have learnt to evaluate and reflect on our contributions towards the development of India.

क्या है आर्टिकल में

  1. Three goals for India are:
    • Freedom
    • Independence
    • Economic Development
    • All
  2. Who has three goals to be achieved for India?
    • Public
    • Dr. A.P.J. Kalam
    • Indians
    • World
  3. What will help Indians to get respect of other countries?
    • Love for country
    • Economic Development
    • Responsibility
    • Individual Development
  4. Who is responsible for the development of India?
    • Government
    • Indians
    • Both
    • Prime Minister
  5. Choose the similar word of the following from the passage: ‘Power of Sight’
    • Necessary
    • Responsible
    • Vision
    • Reflect
  6. Choose the opposite word of the following from the passage: ‘Hinder’
    • Contribute
    • Problem
    • Disturb
    • Evaluate

Answers

  1. All
  2. Dr. A.P.J. Kalam
  3. Economic Development
  4. Indians
  5. Vision
  6. Contribute

2. Read the following passage and answer the questions that follow: [1×9=9]

I walked along the streets of Delhi. I wondered what the history of my country meant to me. Here was a land where man had achieved greatness on every plane – Astronomy, Algebra, Architecture, even Poetry, Music and Art. Yet in this very city, where seven empires had come and gone, where Akbar and Ashoka ruled, I could not get a job and a boy like Shovan Lal had not been able to finish his schooling.

By 11 o’clock, I had walked eight miles. When I met Shovan Lal, Connaught Circus was nearly deserted.

“Hullo”, Shovan Lal said, greeting me in Hindi.

“Hullo” I replied as a few men around him moved aside to let me come to him.

“These are my friends”, Shovan Lal added, waving his hand over the group.

“What do they have to say about my working with them here in Connaught Circus ?”

“Well”, Shovan Lal replied, pulling a face.

Just then one of the younger men started speaking very fast in a strange dialect I could not easily follow. This was taken up by an older man and in a few minutes four others joined in. When they stopped talking, Shovan Lal, who had been quiet all this time, translated for me.

  1. Where was the writer walking?
  2. In which fields had the man on the earth got achievements?
  3. Where did the writer meet Shovan Lal?
  4. Who said “Hullo” to the writer?
  5. Whose friends are described in the passage?
  6. Who started speaking very fast?
  7. Who translated for the writer?
  8. Write the similar word of the following from the passage: ‘Wishing’.
  9. Write the opposite word of the following from the passage: ‘Stopped’.

Answers

  1. The writer was walking along the streets of Delhi.
  2. The passage mentions achievements in Astronomy, Algebra, Architecture, Poetry, Music, and Art.
  3. The writer met Shovan Lal in Connaught Circus.
  4. Shovan Lal said “Hullo” to the writer.
  5. The passage describes Shovan Lal’s friends.
  6. One of the younger men started speaking very fast.
  7. Shovan Lal translated for the writer.
  8. Wishing – Greeting
  9. Stopped – Continued 

3. Imagine you are Sushma/Param, living in Amritsar. Your sister has secured 95% in the Board Examination. Write a letter of congratulations to her on this occasion.

OR

You are Siddhi/Siddharth, studying in X class, in G.S.S.S. Kota. You can’t afford board fees as your father is sick. Write an application to the Principal of your school to arrange your board fees as you are an intelligent student and do not want to waste one year of your education.

Answers

BB Street,

Amritsar – 143001

[Date]

Dear [Sister’s Name],

I was so happy to hear that you scored a brilliant 95% in your Board Exams! I knew you could do it, and I’m incredibly proud of all your hard work and dedication.

Getting such a high score takes a lot of effort, and you’ve shown everyone how smart and capable you are. I remember all the times you stayed up late studying, and it’s amazing to see your hard work pay off in such a fantastic way.

This is a big achievement in your life, and you deserve to celebrate it! Have fun with your friends and family, treat yourself to something special, and know that this is just the beginning of many more awesome things to come your way.

I can’t wait to hear about your plans for the future and all the exciting things you’ll do next. Sending you a big hug and lots of love!

With all my love,

[Your Name (Sushma/Param)]

OR

The Principal,

G.S.S.S. Kota

Subject: Application for Assistance with Board Examination Fees

Dear Madam/Sir,

I am writing to request your kind consideration in assisting me with the upcoming board examination fees. My name is [Your Name] and I am a student in Class X.

Unfortunately, my family is currently facing financial hardship due to my father’s illness. He is undergoing treatment, which has put a strain on our finances, making it difficult for us to afford the board examination fees.

I understand the importance of these exams and I am a dedicated student with a good academic record. I have consistently scored [mention your average marks] throughout my studies and am confident in performing well in the board exams. However, the financial situation at home might force me to miss the exams, which would result in wasting a year of my education.

I would be extremely grateful if you could consider waiving or reducing the board examination fees for me. I am willing to provide any documentation or proof of our financial situation if needed. I am determined to continue my education and I am confident that I can excel in the exams if given the opportunity.

Thank you for your time and understanding. I eagerly await your response.

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

Class X

4. Write a story with the help of a given outline in about 80 words. Give the title and moral to it.

A farmer had….. His sons …. lazy and quarrelsome. He gave …. sticks. They…. trick of farmer. He told …. unity. The sons …. taught a …. lesson by ….. farmer.

OR

A rabbit and ….. Tortoise …. slow. They ran ….. Rabbit was fast but ….. Half way was crossed….. Rabbit reached and slept. Tortoise continued….. Tortoise reached at final ….. Rabbit lost the race but …. won the race.

Answers

The Wise Farmer and His Sons

A farmer had two sons who were lazy and quarrelsome. He decided to teach them a lesson. He gave them a bundle of sticks and asked each son to break it. They tried their strongest, but no matter how hard they pulled, the bundle wouldn’t break. The farmer then untied the bundle and gave each son a single stick. They snapped the sticks easily. The farmer explained, “Together, you are strong. Divided, you are weak.” The sons finally understood their father’s lesson of unity.

Moral: Together we are stronger than when we are alone.

OR

The Wise Rabbit and the Steady Tortoise

Once, a rabbit and a tortoise decided to race. The rabbit, known for its speed, was overconfident about winning. As they ran, the rabbit quickly surged ahead, leaving the tortoise far behind. However, halfway through, the rabbit grew complacent, decided to rest, and eventually fell asleep. Meanwhile, the tortoise, slow and steady, continued without pause. In the end, the tortoise reached the finish line first, teaching the rabbit a valuable lesson: consistency and determination lead to success.

Moral: “Slow and steady wins the race.”

5. Write a paragraph in about 80 words on the picture given below:

10th Save Water

OR

Write a paragraph in about 80 words on ‘Annual Function of your school’.

Answers

Water, the drink we need to live, is like a treasure that we should use carefully. But lots of water gets wasted, which is not good for the future. We can all be water heroes by doing small things. Turning off the tap when brushing teeth, taking quicker showers, and fixing leaky faucets are easy ways to make a big difference. Every drop saved helps us and people in the future have enough water. Let’s promise to save water and be good citizens for a healthy planet.

OR

Our school’s annual function is an event filled with excitement and joy. It’s held at the end of the year and is a celebration of everything we’ve achieved. Students showcase their talents through colorful dance performances, melodious songs, and thought-provoking plays. The auditorium buzzes with energy as everyone cheers and applauds their friends. It’s a wonderful opportunity to see the creativity and hard work of our fellow students, and it leaves us with lasting memories.

6. Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verbs given in the brackets:

  1. The train _______ (reach) the station before I reached there.
  2. My mother always _______ (worship) God in the morning.
  3. He _______ (arrive) at his destination by now.
  4. I ______ (learn) English since last year.

Answers

  1. The train had reached (reach) the station before I reached there. (Past Perfect Tense)
  2. My mother always worships (worship) God in the morning. (Present Simple Tense)
  3. He should have arrived (arrive) at his destination by now. (Present Perfect Tense – Modality)
  4. I have been learning (learn) English since last year. (Present Perfect Continuous Tense)

7. Rewrite the following sentences changing them into Indirect Speech:

  1. The teacher said to the students “You are good students.”
  2. He said to me, “Did you read newspaper before going to school?”

Answers

  1. The teacher told the students that they were good students. (Change “You are” to “they were” as the reporting verb moves to past tense, and add “that” as a conjunction.)
  2. He asked me if I had read the newspaper before going to school. (Change “Did you read” to the past perfect tense “had read” and “going” to the present participle “going”.)

8. Fill in the blanks with a verb in agreement with its subject:

  1. Harry with his friends ______  for a walk daily. (go/goes)
  2. Among all the students, he _____ different in his opinions. (was/were)

Answers

  1. Harry with his friends goes for a walk daily. (Singular subject “Harry” takes the singular verb form “goes” even though “friends” is plural.)
  2. Among all the students, he was different in his opinions. (The subject “he” is singular, so the verb “was” agrees with it, despite the prepositional phrase “among all the students.”)

9. Change the following sentences into Passive Voice :

  1. Do it.
  2. My mother gave me a beautiful gift.

Answers

  1. Let it be done. (The imperative sentence “Do it” is changed to passive voice by using the auxiliary verb “let” and the past participle of the main verb “be done”.)
  2. I was given a beautiful gift by my mother. (The sentence is changed to passive voice by placing the object “a beautiful gift” at the beginning and adding the auxiliary verb “was” followed by the past participle “given” and prepositional phrase “by my mother” indicating the agent.)

10. Frame question of the following sentence:

  1. God examines all. _____ all?
  2. Add Question Tag to the statement given below: Students don’t waste their time.

Answers

  1. God examines all. Does God examine all?
  2. Students don’t waste their time, do they?

11. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow: [1×6]

Her first journey – what careful, painstaking, elaborate plans, she had to make for it! She had thriftily saved whatever stray coins came her way, resisting every temptation to buy peppermints, toys, balloons and the like and finally she had saved a total of sixty paise. How difficult it had been, particularly that day at the village fair but she had resolutely stifled a strong desire to ride the merry-go-round, even though she had the money.

After she had enough money saved, her next problem was how to slip out of the house without her mother’s knowledge. But she managed this without too much difficulty. Everyday after lunch her mother would nap from about one to four or so. Valli always used these hours for her ‘excursions’ as she stood looking from the doorway of her house or sometimes even ventured out into the village; today, these same hours could be used for her first excursion outside the village. The bus rolled on now cutting across a bare landscape, now rushing through a tiny hamlet or past an odd wayside shop. Sometimes the bus seemed on the point of gobbling up another vehicle that was coming towards them or a pedestrian crossing the road.

  1. After saving money, the next problem was:
    1. bus
    2. to slip out of house
    3. aunt
    4. driver
  2. Valli stood looking from ______.
    1. terrace
    2. doorway
    3. kitchen
    4. Window
  3. Valli used the hours of mother’s nap in:
    1. Excursions
    2. Games
    3. Gossips
    4. Talkings
  4. Where did the bus roll on ?
  5. What was gobbled up by the bus?
  6. How much did Valli save finally for bus ride?

Answers

  1. to slip out of house
  2. Doorway
  3. Excursions
  4. Various landscapes, hamlets, and roadsides
  5. Nothing, the bus didn’t literally gobble anything up
  6. Sixty paise

OR

There was no answer. The radio was dead too. I had no radio, no compass and I could not see where I was. I was lost in the storm. Then, in the black clouds quite near me, I saw another aeroplane. It had no lights on its wings, but I could see it flying next to me through the storm. I could see the pilot’s face – turned towards me. I was very glad to see another person. He lifted one hand and waved. “Follow me”, he was saying. “Follow me.” He knows that I am lost’, I thought. ‘He’s trying to help me’.

He turned his aeroplane slowly to the north, in front of my Dakota, so that it would be easier for me to follow him. I was very happy to go behind the strange aeroplane like an obedient child. After half an hour the strange black aeroplane was still there in front of me in the clouds. Now there was only enough fuel in the old Dakota’s last tank to fly for five or ten minutes more.

  1. The pilot could not see where he was because he had no :
    1. Radio
    2. Clouds
    3. Compass
    4. Both (A) and (C)
  2. Where did the pilot lose himself ?
    1. In storm
    2. In fair
    3. In street
    4. In house
  3. What was seen by the pilot?
    1. Bus
    2. God
    3. Aeroplane
    4. Friend
  4. What did another person say?
  5. What was the name of the aeroplane of the pilot ?
  6. What is the similar word of the following from passage: ‘Sufficient’ ?

Answers

  1. Both (A) and (C)
  2. In storm
  3. Aeroplane
  4. “Follow me”
  5. Dakota
  6. Enough

12. Answer any three of the following questions in about 20 – 30 words each: [2×3=6]

  1. Why does the postmaster send money to Lencho? (A Letter to God)
  2. How did Mandela’s ‘Hunger for Freedom’ change his life? (Nelson Mandela)
  3. Why was the young seagull afraid to fly? (His First Flight)
  4. What is the baker called? (Glimpse of India)

13. Answer any one of the following questions in about 80 words:

  1. Describe the narrator’s experience as he flew the aeroplane into the storm. (The Black Aeroplane)
  2. How does Anne feel about her father and Mr. Keesing? (From The Diary of Anne Frank)

14. Answer any one of the following questions in about 40 words:

  1. Write the character sketch of Lomov. (The Proposal)
  2. What is the ending of the play ‘The Proposal’?

15. Read any one of the following extracts and answer the questions that follow:

“I heard an old religious man

But yesternight declare

That he had found a text to prove

That only God, my dear,

Could love you for yourself alone

And not your yellow hair.”

  1. Who found a text in the extract?
  2. Who can love you for yourself?

OR

Don’t eat that chocolate, Amanda !

Remember your acne, Amanda !

Will you please look at me

When I’m speaking to you, Amanda !

  1. Why is Amanda refused to eat chocolate?
  2. What is told to look at in the extract?

16. Answer any two out of the following three questions in about 20 words: [2×2=4]

  1. What does the poet say, the boy is learning from the loss of the ball? (The Ball Poem)
  2. How do you identify an Asian lion? (How to Tell Wild Animals)
  3. How does the poet’s mood change? (Dust of Snow)

17. Answer any one out of the following two questions in about 80 words:

  1. How did Bholi’s teacher play an important role in changing the course of her life? (Bholi)
  2. What was the cause of change in the Loisels’ life? (The Necklace)

18. Answer any two out of the following three questions in about 20 words each: [2×2=4]

  1. What are the qualities that go into the making of a scientist ? (The Making of a Scientist) 
  2. How would you assess Griffin as a scientist ? (Footprints Without Feet)
  3. Why does Horace Dandy steal every year? (A Question of Trust)

19. Choose the correct answer : [1×3=3}

  1. Who were secret agents? (The Midnight Visitor)
    1. Ausable
    2. Max
    3. Both (A) and (B)
    4. Arthur
  2. How old was Anil? (The Thief’s Story)
    1. 25 years
    2. 20 years
    3. 30 years
    4. 50 years
  3. What was the name of the dog that Mrs. Pumphrey had? (A Triumph of Surgery)
    1. Rikki
    2. Tikki
    3. Tricki
    4. None

Conclusion

आरबीएसई के 10वीं कक्षा के अंग्रेजी बोर्ड पेपर के हल किए गए प्रश्नों में प्रश्न संख्या 12 से लेकर 18 तक के प्रश्नों का सॉल्यूशन नहीं दिया गया है क्योंकि यह प्रश्न आपके टेक्स्ट बुक के है। इन प्रश्नों के उत्तरों को आपको अपने हिसाब से लिखना था।

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