CBSE Class 10 English Revision Worksheet Set U

CBSE Class 10 English Worksheet (5) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 





Read the following passage and choose the correct answer:

On July 11th 1987, the world population touched five billion. The united nation population fund (UNFPA) resolved to observe this day every year as world population day, to sensitise nation against this ticking time bomb. A major fallout of the population explosion is poverty, while the available resources remain the same, the number of people dependent on it increase enormously. The gulf between the haves and the haves-not’s widen and poverty increase.

Education becomes a privilege that poor people cannot afford and they have to start working at menial jobs to make two ends meet. But if only they could also learn to read and write. Education may not ensure a job at multinational company but it will certainly improve the standard of living of people by opening up a world of opportunities for them. With education, the importance of issues like sanitation and personal hygiene are also understood and appreciated better. With education, they will also understand the need for family planning and preventive healthcare.

What can students do to make the World Population Day meaningful? They could organise awareness generating activities in schools and colleges, for a start.

1. “Ticking time bomb” refers to

   a. World population

  b. Increasing population

  c. UNFPA

  d. Explosion

2. According to the author poverty increase as a result of

  a. Lack of education

  b. Decrease of resources

  c. Over-dependence resources

  d. Gap between the rich and the poor.

3. Many people are not educated because they

  a. Have no time

  b. Have to work

  c. Have no money

  d. Have no interest in studies

4. Which of the following statements is true in the context of the passage?

  a. Education means getting a highly paying job

  b. Education leads to greater awareness

  c. Education develops as interest in reading

  d. Education is a way of earning money.

5. Preventive healthcare means:

  a. Cleanliness in personal lie and surroundings

  b. Going to the doctor regularly

  c. Exercise and proper diet.

  d. Ensuring that one does not fall ill

Read the following passage carefully:

Whatever name we prefer to give to the Supreme Being – Jehovah, Allah, Buddha, Shakti, Vishnu or Krishna – the concept of a Supreme Creator is that He is of extraordinary attributes, and is universally attractive. The name Krishna means “ The All- Attractive One”, “Sarva akarshati iti Krishna” – this describes the attractive nature of the Lord and so describes the Absolute Truth, the supreme of Godhead, in full.

The Lord administers the world through the laws of material nature – gross, such as the law of gravitation and subtle, such as the law of karma. But when predominance of materialism over spirituality disturbs the universal order, the Lord descends ‘to deliver the pious, annihilate the miscreants and re-establish divine principles,” says the Bhagavadgita.

Krishna descends not just to maintain law, but to awaken love. The love that our heart longs for through relationships with various persons, finds fulfilment only when it is reposed in the Supreme. When we love Krishna, our love is never interrupted, never betrayed, never let down, never disappointed.

On the basis of your reading of the passage complete the sentences that follows:

  a) The Supreme Creator has_______

  b) When materialism takes over the world, God_________

  c) The purpose of Lord’s descent is__________

  d) Pick the word form the passage that means “to destroy”________

  e) Our love with other humans gets fulfilment only when_________

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