CBSE Class 9 PSA Sample Paper Set H

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Language Conventions

Read the following passage carefully.

(1) There are ways and ways of tackling a problem, but governments all over the world prefer only the one from the old style book; the carrot and stick system.The latest addition to this style of governance comes from the Taiwanese government. Alarmed at the rising obesity levels in the island, the government plans to introduce a ‘fat tax’. The Apple Daily , no pun intended here, has reported that the Taiwanese Bureau of Health Promotion is in the process of drafting a special tax on foods that are seen as unhealthy, like sugar, candy, cakes, fast food and alcohol. The funds generated from this tax on junk foods will go to finance Health awareness programmes and bankroll the island’s health insurance programmes.

(2) Taiwan is not the only one in this fight against fat; in Britain recently, there was a proposal to introduce chocolate fat tax. But the plan, thankfully, did not manage to get the British Medical Association’s approval.

(3) Later, a British doctor correctly said that such taxes on junk food only lead to lighter wallets, and not thinner waist. When did any tax encourage us into giving up so –called harmful habits? Every day we are swamped with reports about research that enlightens us about the negatives of everything that is available on this earth. Yes, junk food is bad. But then what is pure?

Let’s get that debate right first. Meanwhile, let not such matters spoil the holiday season for us. Eat, drink and make merry! Everything in moderation is okay. Isn’t life all about choices?

A Passage from the Hindustan Times

Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate options from the ones given below.

1. The passage shows that the author

(a) appreciates Taiwan’s efforts to check the consumption of unhealthy food

(b) believes that junk food is not harmful

(c) advises people to avoid junk food
(d) is critical of the way most governments often tackle the problem
2. The main purpose of the Taiwanese government’s decision to tax unhealthy foods is
(a) to promote their consumption
(b) to generate funds
(c) to fight against rising obesity
(d) to use the carrot and stick policy
3. “Such taxes on junk food only lead to lighter wallets, and not thinner waist.” Which of the following best summarize the meaning of this statement?
(a) taxes on junk food are useless
(b) merely taxing junk food cannot check rising obesity
(c) taxing junk food will leave people poorer and thinner
(d) taxing junk food can be effective in checking obesity
4. “Lets get the debate right first.” Which debate is the author talking about?
(a) Whether junk food should be heavily taxed
(b) Whether heavy taxes on junk food can help check rising obesity
(c) Whether there is anything called pure healthy food
(d) Whether one should eat junk food
5.”When did any tax stop us from giving up so called harmful habits? In this statement the author
(a) wants to know the date the date when taxes were first introduced to check people’s harmful habits
(b) doubts the imposing taxes can effectively check harmful habits of people
(c) believes that taxes should be imposed to check people’s harmful habits
(d) wonders when taxes will be imposed to check people’s harmful habits
6.The word ‘Swamped’ can be best replaced by which word of the following without changing the meaning?
(a) flooded
(b) supplied
(c) fed
(d) hit.
7. ‘no pun intended..’. Pun is a literary device that involves
(a) use of comparison
(b) use of witticism
(c) use of pathos
(d) use of irony



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