RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper | कक्षा 9वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2021

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RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper, कक्षा 9वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2021 class 9th English half yearly paper with solution ( RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper ardhvarshik paper English class 9th)

RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper: राजस्थान माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड की अर्धवार्षिक की परीक्षा 13 दिसंबर से शुरू हो गई है और यह परीक्षा 24 दिसंबर तक चलने वाली है। कक्षा नौवीं अर्धवार्षिक पेपर की समय सारणी हाल ही में जारी की गई है। अर्धवार्षिक की परीक्षा है ऑफलाइन मोड से आयोजित कराई जा रही हैं यह परीक्षा सभी विद्यार्थियों को देना अनिवार्य है। अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा दो पारी में आयोजित कराई जा रही है।

RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper की समय सारणी हाल ही में जारी कर दी गई थी। समय सारणी के अनुसार कक्षा नौवीं अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 13 दिसंबर से शुरू हो जाएंगे और यह परीक्षा 24 दिसंबर तक चलने वाली है। अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा के लिए प्रश्न पत्र जिले स्तर पर तैयार किए जा रहे हैं हर जिले की अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा की समय सारणी अलग-अलग है। इस बार अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा दो पारी में आयोजित कराई जा रही है अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा में छात्रों को 2 घंटे 45 मिनट का समय दिया जाएगा इस समय अवधि के भीतर छात्रों को प्रश्न पत्र हल करके उत्तर पुस्तिका स्कूल में जमा करनी होगी।

RBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper के लिए मॉडल पेपर इस आर्टिकल के माध्यम से उपलब्ध कराए जा रहे हैं सभी छात्र नीचे दी गई डाउनलोड लिंक पर क्लिक करके मॉडल पेपर के पीडीएफ को डाउनलोड कर सकेंगे। जैसे ही कक्षा 9वी के पेपर पूर्ण होते हैं उसके पश्चात हमारी इस वेबसाइट पर सभी विषय के प्रश्न पत्र और उत्तर पुस्तिका अपलोड की जाएगी। इस वेबसाइट पर कक्षा नौवीं के विद्यार्थियों के लिए सभी विषय के मॉडल पेपर उपलब्ध कराए गए हैं।

RRBSE Class 9th English Half Yearly Paper

Half Yearly Examnination 2021-22

Class – 9th

Subject – English

Section ‘A’

  1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:
    I am your best friend. I can do many useful things for you. I can store all your
    information. I can maintain your accounts. I can add, subtract, divide and multiply
    any numbers. I can solve any mathematical problem very quickly. I can draw
    beautiful pictures and design buildings. I can print letters, applications, notices,
    reports, dialogues, etc. and can also make attractive invitation cards for many
    occasions. You can play games using me. You can listen to music or watch videos
    You can take tests and check answers yourself. I am made up of the monitor, the
    keyboard, the printer, the CPU (Central Processing Unit), and the mouse. I get
    commands from the mouse and the keyboard. The CPU is my brain. The software
    is my heart. Without it I am completely helpless. I show output on the monitor. Do
    you know who I am ? I am the Computer.
    Questions :
    (a) A computer can perform arithmetical operations like
    (i) add and subtract numbers. (ii) add, subtract and divide numbers, (iii) add,
    subtract, divide and multiply numbers, (iv) None of these
    (b) A computer is helpless without the ……… (Fill in the blank)
    (c) What is the computer made up of ?
    (d) What can a computer print ?
    (e) How is computer a source of entertainment?
  2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:
    It was 26th March, 1974. In a small village in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, some
    people from a factory went to cut trees. A village girl saw them and informed the
    other villagers. The village women came in large groups under Gaura Devi, their
    leader. They hugged the trees,
    Gaura Devi told the woodcutters, “We are hugging the trees. If you want to cut
    the trees down, hit us first.”
    The woodcutters tried to send to women back but the women did not go. Finally,
    the woodcutters went away without cutting trees. This was the beginning of Chipko
    Movement.
    Questions :
    (a) ………….. is an important day in Chipko Movement. (Fill in the blank) 1
    (b) the/are/trees/hugging/we
    (Rearrange the words to form a meaningful sentence) 1
    (c) Who was the leader of the village women?
    (d) What did the leader of the village women tell the woodcutters?
    (d) carpet
    (e) What happened, finally?
  3. Asnwer any ten of the following questions:
    (1) Which of these words has the sound of ‘U’as in umbrella?
    (a) unicycle
    (b) unicorn
    (c) underline
    (d) unite.

(ii) Which of these words rhyme with ‘habit’ ?
(a) table
(b) rocket
(c) pocket
(d) rabbit.

(iii) Which of these words has a silent letter in the middle ?
(a) hour
(b) would
(c) write
(d) honour

(iv) Which of these words has the sound of ‘C’ as in car?
(a) curtain
(b) cool
(c) cut

(v) We should keep our surroundings clean. (True/False)

(vi) K2 (Godwin-Austin) is the wettest mountain in the world. (True/False)

(vii) We should not use plastic bags. (True/False)

(viii) The Hindi equivalent of goldsmith’ is far. (True/False)
(ix) The plural of ‘seeds’ is ‘seed’. (True/False)
(x) Write the English equivalent of acciaio in
(xi) Write the Hindi equivalent of weed
(xii) Write a word that rhymes with ‘table’
Ans.(c) underline, (ii) (d) rabbit, (iii) (b) would, (iv) (d) carpet, (v) True, (vi) False,
(vii) True, (viii) False, (ix) False, (x) correspondent, (xi) KR.(xii) cable.

  1. Do as directed (any five):
    (i) We love mangoes bananas. (Put the word ‘and’ in the correct place and rewrite)
    (ii) Use plastic (Rewrite using ‘don’t’ in the correct place)
    (ii) Fathima lives in New Delhi, (Form a ‘wh question, so that the underlined words become the answer
    (iv) Raj has a car.be (Convert into negative)
    (v) one day a lion came near their den (Punctuate and rewrite the sentence)
    (vi) I am reading a book hy APJ Abdul Kalam. He was a great scientist. (Combine the sentences using ‘which’ or ‘who’ and rewrite)
    (vii) wild/live/a/in/animals/forest (Make sentence by rearranging the jumbled words)
    Ans.(i) We love mangoes and bananas. (ii) Don’t use plastic. (iii) Where does Fathima
    live? (iv) Raj does not have a car. (v) One day, a lion came near their den. (vi) I am
    reading a book by APJ Abdul Kalam, who was a great scientist. (vii) Wild animals live in a forest.
  2. Fill in the blanks (any five):
    (i) ………….. ark (ch/sh)
    (Choose the correct option and make a suitable word)
    (11)…….apes (frigt) (Choose the correct consonant blend and make a suitable word)
    (iii) lis…en (Fill in the blank with the correct silent letter)
    (iv) The exams…………. (start) next week. (Fill in the blank with the correct for
    (v) He ………… (provide) water and compost to the seeds.of verb given in brackets!
    (Fill in the blank with simple past tense form of the verb given in brackets
    (vi) Sharad……….watching T.V. when the power went off. (is/are/was
    (vii) Ravi and Radha loved dogs, but their neighbours (Fill in the blanks with the opposite of the underlined word dogs.)
    Ans.() shark, (ii) grapes. (iii) listen, (iv) will start, (v) provided, (vi) was, (vii) hated.

Section ‘B

  1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:
    Derek sneaked into Mr. Lamb’s garden thinking that there is nobody around. He
    was shocked when he heard a voice which says, ‘Mind the apples’. Derek was
    embarrassed and consequently clarified that he thought that it was an empty house
    and he had not come to steal anything. Mr. Lamb assured him that he need not
    to be afraid of anything and he does not mind strangers entering his garden or
    his house. The gates are always open and everyone is welcome.
    Questions
    (a) Who sneaked into the garden?
    (b) What did he think and hear?
    (c) What did Mr. Lamb assure him?
    (d) Give the noun form of assure
    (e) Identify the word from the passage, which is opposite in meaning to ‘full’. 1
  2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below :
    People believe that poverty is a bad thing. But a middle class man lives more
    happily and satisfactorily in life than any rich man. Rich people always depend
    on servants and therefore have no independent outlook. But a middle class man is
    free from helplessness of jealousy which the rich have to face. Most of the great
    men were born in poor families,
    Questions :
    (a) What do people believe?
    (b) Why do rich people have no independent outlook ?
    (c) How does a middle class man live?
    (d) Write the antonym of ‘poor’ from the passage.
    (e) Most of the great men were born in ………. families. (poor/rich)

Section ‘C

  1. All the inhabitants of your locality are facing the problem of frequent breakdown of
    water and electricity supply. Draft a letter to the editor of a newspaper discussing the
    above-stated problems.
    Or
    Write a letter to the General Manager, M.P. Road Transport Corporation, about the bad behaviour of a bus conductor
  2. Write a letter to your father requesting him to send you 1,000 through NEFT. 5
    Or
    Write a letter to your friend, inviting him on your birthday party
  3. Write an essay on any one of the following topics:
    (i) Wonders of Science
    (ii) Tree Plantation
    (iii) My Best Friend
    (iv) A Visit to a Historical Building,
  4. Read the following passage carefully and
    (A) make notes and (B) prepare a summary :
    The need for money originates from the fact that different people in society
    produce different things. This means that they depend on each other for goods
    and services. Let us take the case of a farmer who produces more food than he requires
    and a carpenter who lives by selling tables and chairs he has made
    will be obvious that unless some means of exchange will be for them to use, the
    farmer will not be able to get rid of his surplus food and carpenter will starve
    Clearly the simplest means of exchange will be for them to use barter, in other
    words, to exchange a certain amount of goods (farmer’s grain) for a certain amoun
    of another (carpenter’s table or chair). Obviously barter can work only in a very
    simple society. In an advanced society, we cannot go around for the things we need
  5. Translate the following into English:
    (i) सूर्य पूर्व में उदय होता है।
    (ii) क्या वह खाना पकाती है?
    (ii) मोहन ने एक सुन्दर पतंग बनाई।
    (iv) क्या तुम स्कूल जाओगे ?
    (v) मीना चित्र नहीं बनाती है।
    Ans. (1) The sun rises in the east. (11) Does she cook the food ? (ili) Mohan made
    a beautiful kite, (iv) Will you go to school ? () Meena does not draw a picture.

Section D

  1. Read the extracts carefully and attempt any one of them :
    The new teacher could not stomach a Hindu priest’s son sitting with a Muslim
    boy. In accordance with our social ranking as the new teacher saw it, I was asked
    to go and sit on the back bench. I felt very sad, and so did Ramanadha Sastry.
    He looked utterly downcast as I shifted to my seat in the last row. The image of
    him weeping when I shifted to the last row left a lasting impression on me.
    Questions :
    (a) ‘He’ in the above lines, refers to
    (i) Dr. Kalarn
    (ii) Sivasubramania Iyer
    (ii) Ramanadha Sastry
    (iv) Gandhiji.
    (b) Why was the sad and depressed ?
    (c) The new teacher was broad-minded.
    (d) The name of the lesson, from which this extract has been taken (Fill in the blanks)
    Or
    “Oh, a butcher — a knife – I want Grannie.” He blew out the candle, bent down and
    caught up the child in his arms, carrying her along the passage to the big bedroom. A
    newspaper was on the bed. He put away the paper, then carefully tucked up the child. He
    lay down beside her. Half asleep still, still with the butcher’s smile all about her it
    seemed, she crept close to him, snuggled her head under his arm, held tightly to his shirt.
    Questions:
    (a) What was uttered by the little girl ?
    (b) What was the name of the girl?
    (1) Kedia, (ii) Kezia, (iii) Keidia, (iv) Kazia.
    (c) Kezia uttered these words because she was excited. (True/False)
    (d) Identify the word from the extract, which means pressed closely as for comfort or from affection’.
  2. Read the extracts carefully and attempt any one of them
    She had changed his name from Bruno, to Baba, a Hindustani word signifying small
    boy’. And he could do a few tricks, too. At the command, ‘Baba, wrestle, or ‘Baba,
    box,’ he vigorously tackled anyone who came forward for a rough and tumble. Give
    him a stick and say “Baba, hold gun’, and he pointed the stick at you. Ask him.
    “Baba, where’s baby?’ and he immediately produced and cradled affectionately a
    stump of wood which he had carefully concealed in his straw bed. But because of the
    tenants’ children, poor Bruno, or Baba, had to be kept chained most of the time
    Questions
    (a) Bruno is a/an
    (i) horse
    (ii) teddy bear
    (iii) orangutan
    (iv) sloth bear.
    (b) She’ in the above extract refers to the narrator’s wife. (True/False)
    (c) Mention two pranks of Bruno
    (d) Identify the word from the passage which means ‘hidden’
    Or
    In 1900, at the age of 21, Albert Einstein was a university graduate and unemployed
    He worked as a teaching assistant, gave private lessons and finally secured a job
    in 1902 as a technical expert in the patent office in Bem. While he was supposed
    to be assessing other people’s inventions, Einstein was actually developing his
    own ideas in secret. He is said to have jokingly called his desk drawer at work
    the “bureau of theoretical physics.”
    Questions :
    (a) In what capacity did Einstein start his career?
    (b) Einstein finally secured a job in(i) 1905
    (ii) 1904 (iii) 1902
    (iv) 1912.
    (c) Einstein’s office was in Bern. (True/False)
    (d) Pick out the word from the passage which means the same as ‘evaluating’. 1
  3. Answer any four of the following questions :
    (i) What are the hobbies of Maria Sharapova ? What does she like?
    (ii) How was the problem of what to do with Bruno finally solved ?
    (iii) Why does the intruder choose Gerrard as the man whose identity he wants to take on?
    (iv) Where was the Shehnai played traditionally ? How did Bismilla Khanchange this?
    (v) What characteristics does Abdul Kalam say he inherited from his parents?
    (vi) What shows Santosh’s concern for the environment ? ?
  4. Read the extracts carefully and attempt any one of them : Small and green
    he is harmless even to children. Along the sand he lay until observed
    and chased away, and now he vanishes in the ripples among the green slim reeds
    Questions
    (a) The snake in the above extract is harmful to adults. (True/False)
    (b) Identify the word from the extract which is opposite in meaning to appears’. 1
    (c) What impression do you form of the poet in this poem?
    Or
    The root is to be pulled outOut of the anchoring earth;

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