CBSE Class 10 English Communicative Compartment Question Paper Solved 2018 Set 2

CBSE Class 10 English Communicative Compartment Question Paper Solved 2018 Set 2. Students can download the last year question papers using the link below. Free download of examination question papers with solutions. Last 10 year question papers should be practised to get better marks in examinations. 

READING  

1. Read the passage given below : 

People who smoke are being hounded out of all public places – offices, restaurants, educational institutions, buses, trains etc. Away from home now it is becoming nearly impossible to find a place to smoke. Growing restrictions and the fear of various diseases caused by tobacco are prompting many smokers to stop smoking. 19 states in the U.S. have made laws against smoking. 

Taxes on tobacco products are being raised. Smoking is banned at several places. Still the number of smokers is rising in India. More than 25 crore people in India areaddicted to tobacco. And acco rding to a WHO report around half of them will die of tobacco related diseases. Unfortunately most people in India still need a strict warning based on a test report before they decide to give up smoking. Patients too seek medical help only after they show serious symptoms of an illness. Some hospitals have set up centres to identify risk factors among the young so that they can take preventive measures like giving up smoking early in life. 

Tobacco is the second biggest cause of death in the world. It is responsible for the death of five crore people each year all over the world. Half of the people who are addicted to tobacco will ultimately be killed by this addiction. Many people get rid of this habit on their own and those who are willing to, but can’t, go to de addiction centres. These centres use counselling, nicotine replacement therapy and prescriptive drugs to deal with withdrawal problems. 

Quitting cold turkey – stopping the use of tobacco at once – works well but only for those who have control and determination to quit. 

(1.1) On the basis of your understanding of the passage answer any four of the following questions : 

(a) For which two reasons do smokers give up smoking ? 

(b) Name two steps taken in India against smoking. 

(c) Why is the situation unfortunate in India ? 

(d) How do people get rid of smoking ? 

(e) What does ‘cold turkey’ mean ? 

 (1.2) Complete any two of the following statements : 

(f) In the U.S. _________ states have passed laws against smoking. 

(g) In India one can’t smoke at a _________. 

(h) Tobacco is the _________ biggest killer in the world. 

(1.3) Choose the meanings of the given words/phrases from the options that follow each word/phrase

(i) hounded out 

(i) driven out (ii) given out 

(iii) washed (iv) endangered 

(j) restrictions 

(i) checks (ii) imitations 

(iii) failures (iv) defeats 

(k) prompting 

(i) abusing (ii) initiating 

(iii) empowering (iv) encouraging 

2. Read the passage given below and answer any eight of the questions that follow : 

Thornfield Hall was a large gentleman’s house in the country, near a town called Millcote. There, after my sixteen-hour journey, I was welcomed by Mrs. Fairfax. She was a little old lady, dressed in black, who seemed glad to have someone else to talk to, apart from the servants. Although the house was dark and frightening, with its big rooms full of heavy furniture, I was excited at being in a new place, and looked forward to my new life there, working for kind Mrs. Fairfax.

But I was surprised to discover on my first full day at Thornfield that Mrs. Fairfax was not in fact the owner, as I had assumed, but the housekeeper, and that my new master was a Mr. Rochester, who was often away from home. My pupil was a girl called Adèle, seven or eight years old, who was born in France and could hardly speak English. Luckily I had learnt French very well at Lowood, and had no difficulty in.

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