CBSE Class 11 PSA English Conventions Sample Paper Set A

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PASSAGES

READ THE PASSAGE AND COMPLETE THE SENTENCES GIVEN BELOW:

Issac Newton was born on Christmas Day in 1642. He was born premature and was so frail that he was not expected to survive the day. His father who owned a modest farm, had died several months before he was born. His mother remarried and he was put in the care of his grandmother. Newton did poorly at king’s school, but something happened to cause a dramatic change in his life. He was kicked in the stomach by his classmate on the way to school. He decided to beat the boy in the fight and beat him in his school work as well. He began to work on his new challenge. Newton came in top of the class.

(i) Newton was not expected to survive because

(a) He was born premature

(b) He as injured

(c) He was suffering from a deadly disease

(d) He was premature and weak.

(ii) He was put in the care of his grandmother because

(a) He was very naughty

(b) His father died and mother remarried

(c) He was not interested in studies

(d) He loved his grandmother.

(iii) The performance of Newton in the school was (a) good (b)satisfactory (c)poor (d)excellent

(iv) brought a dramatic change in Newton

(a) Death of his father

(b) remarriage of his mother

(c) kicking in the stomach

(d) decision to excel the boy

(v) His father who owned a modest farm, means

(a) He was weak (b)

He was robust (c)

He was modern (d)

He was poor

(vi) Newton did poorly at king’s school

(a) He was very poor at king’s school

(b) His performance was not good at king’s school

(c) His school was poor

(d) He liked at king’s school

(vii) He began to work on his new challenge. His new challenge was

(a) to beat the boy in fight

(b) to beat and run away

(c) to outdo him in fight and in performance at school

(d) to be beaten up by the boy.


SECTION B

Following are the passages with blanks numbering (i) to (viii). Read the passages carefully and complete the passages with suitable words out of the four alternatives given:
Para 1
Thomas Edison was an American scientist. He (i) many inventions. Once he (ii) on making (iii) electric bulb. He (iv) sure that his electric bulb (v) gas lights in streets. He wanted (vi) the people a safe method of lighting. He (vii) satisfactory electric bulb. He (viii) convince people that it was better than gas lamps.
 
(i)
(a) makes (b) made (c) was making (d) was made
(ii)
(a) is worked (b) has worked (c) worked (d) was working
(iii)
(a) an (b) a (c) the (d) some
(iv)
(a) was (b) is (c) were (d) had been
(v)
(a) will replace (b) would replace (c) were replaced (d) was replacing
(vi)
(a) to gave (b) giving (c) given (d) to give
(vii)
(a) produces (b) produced (c) produce (d) was produced
(viii)
(a) has to (b) had to (c) were to (d) will convince

 

 

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