CBSE Class 10 English Communicative SA 1 2010 (8)

CBSE Class 10 English Communicative SA 1 2010 (8). 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.

 SECTION  - A

(Reading - 20 Marks)

1.     Read the following passage carefully                                                         

While  most people wouldn't  consider  skipping  lunch  or dinner  very often, a lot of us think nothing of trying to power through the morning on an empty stomach. People skip breakfast for a variety of reasons : not hungry, no time, don't like breakfast foods or trying to lose weight.  If you're a breakfast - skipper and still not convinced that it's important, read on.It's true that some people just aren't that hungry in the morning. Many people feel like their  stomachs take a while  to 'wake  up'.   Even though your stomach may not send you strong signals  in the morning if you skip  breakfast, your muscles  and brain will certainly  protest.Working muscles  and an active  mind require plenty of healthy carbohydrates to keep them functioning properly.

Our bodies require the right carbs - fruits, vegetables and whole grains - as our primary fuel force. Taking in these 'good' carbs in the morning can help keep blood sugar levels from lagging and fuel the activity of your brain and muscles.  And the right proteins in the morning give the meal staying power and help you stay alert and productive until lunch.

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate  option  from  the ones given below  :

(a)    Many people do not eat a proper breakfast because

(i)    they are lazy

(ii)   they are sleepy

(iii)   they are not hungry

(iv)    they do not care

(b)    To help one stay alert until lunch one requires

(i)      protein  and calcium

(ii)    vitamins  and calcium

(iii)   carbohydrates and starch

(iv)    carbohydrates and proteins

(c)    First organ to protest against the lack of break - fast is

(i)     stomach

(ii)    brain

(iii)   liver

(iv)    kidney

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