CBSE Class 9 English Communicative Sample Questions

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Sample Questions Class 9 English NCERT

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Sample Questions NCERT Class 9

READING COMPREHENSION
 
Q1. Read the following poem carefully.

INDIAN WEAVERS
Weavers, weaving at break of day,
Why do you weave a garment so gay?
Blue as the wing of a bluebird wild,
We weave the robes of a new-born child.
Weavers, weaving at fall of night,
Why do you weave a garment so bright?
Like the plumes of a peacock, purple and green,
We weave the marriage-veils of a queen.
Weavers, weaving solemn and still,
What do you weave in the moonlight chill?
White as a feather and white as a cloud,
We weave a dead man's funeral shroud.
Sarojini Naidu

Read the questions given below and write the option you consider the most appropriate in your answer sheet.
(a) What do the weavers weave in the early morning?
(i) a bright blue cloth
(ii) a dull grey cloth
(iii) a soft white cloth
(iv) a red coloured veil
 
(b) The __________ is purple and green coloured.
(i) dress of the weavers
(ii) dress of a newborn child
(iii) the queen's marriage veil
(iv) the robe of a king
 
(c) Whom does the poet address in the poem?
(i) weavers
(ii) children
(iii) queens
(iv) all the above
 
(d) What do the weavers weave in the chilly moonlight?
(i) a garment light as a feather
(ii) a garment meant to cover a dead man
(iii) a garment to keep away the chill
(iv) a garment to wrap a newborn child in
 
(e) The three stages of life mentioned in the poem are _____________________
(i) infancy, childhood and senility
(ii) infancy, youth and death
(iii) infancy, adolescence, middle age
(iv) childhood, adulthood and senility
 
Q2. Read the following passage carefully.

SO, YOU WANT TO BE A CARTOONIST?
What writers struggle to express through numerous newspaper columns, the cartoon manages in a pointed one-liner. Little wonder then, that the first thing most of us like to see when we pickup a newspaper is the cartoon. Simple though it may seem, making a cartoon is an art that requires a combination of hard work, training and a good sense of humour. Cartoonists say that the cartoons that make us laugh the most are in fact the cartoons that are hardest to make. Even celebrated cartoonists like R.K.Laxman admit that making a cartoon is not a piece of cake. Laxman says he has to wait for over six hours, which includes spending a lot of time scanning newspapers and television channels before any idea strikes him. So how does one become a cartoonist? Which of us has the talent to make it?
How can we master the rib-tickling strokes and the witty one-liners? How can we make people smile or laugh? There are few colleges or schools for cartoonists. Most cartoonists come from art colleges, while some learn the craft on their own. Most established cartoonists are of the view that no institute can teach you to make a cartoon. "You can pick up the craft, you may learn to sketch and draw in institutes, but no one can teach anyone how to make a good cartoon," says Uday Shanker, a cartoonist with Navbharat Times. While basics, like drawing and sketching can be learnt in an art college, and are important skills, these alone, do not make a good cartoonist. Because it's a question of one's creativity and sense of humour; two qualities one simply may not have. The advice established cartoonists give is that just because you can sketch, don't take it for granted that you will become a cartoonist.
Read the questions given below and write the option you consider the most appropriate in your answer sheet.
 
(a) What, according to Laxman, is the challenge in creating a good cartoon?
(i) waiting for the right thought
(ii) browsing newspapers
to emerge. and television.
(iii) getting the right kind of
(iv) good drawing and sketching training. skills.
 
(b) Which of these words BEST describes this passage?
(i) humorous
(ii) technical
(iii) challenging
(iv) informative
 
(c) Of the many qualities that cartoonists should have, which of the following is not referred to directly but can be inferred from the passage?
(i) knowledge of current
(ii) knowledge of educational technologies. institutions.
(iii) knowledge of news and
(iv) knowledge of different current affairs. languages.
 
(d) According to the passage, which group of people is of the opinion that one cannot learn to make a cartoon in institutions?
(i) many struggling writers.
(ii) highly creative artists.
(iii) well-respected cartoonist.
(iv) all newspaper editors.
 
(e) "Don't take it for granted that you will become a cartoonist." Choose the option that is closest in meaning to the sentence.
(i) Don't assume that you will
(ii) Don't hope that you will become a cartoonist. become a cartoonist.
(iii) Don't believe that you will become a cartoonist. 
(iv) Don't imagine that you will become a cartoonist.
 

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