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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Odisha CHSE Part -I Objective English 2016 Model Question Paper

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Odisha CHSE Part -I Objective English 2016
Model Question Paper SET : A
Time : 1 Hour Total Marks : 50
(i) Answer all questions.
(ii) All questions carry equal marks.
(iii) Each question has four answer choices. Select the correct one and darken the appropriate circle completely in the OMR answer sheet with Blue/Black ball-point pen only.

1. The expression ‘though the whole world turn to coal’ means ________.

 (A) though the whole world turns black

 (B) though the whole world is destroyed

 (C) though the whole world turns into a coalfield

 (D) though the whole world turns into matter

2. Kapil scored 300 runs in three Test matches on the 1982 tour of ________.

 (A) West Indies

 (B) England

 (C) Pakistan

 (D) Zimbabwe

3. Sweet spring, in ‘Virtue’, is compared to _________.

 (A) a seasoned timber

 (B) the bridal of the earth and sky

 (C) a box where sweets compacted lie

 (D) the hue angry and brave

4. According to Nehru freedom and power bring _________.

 (A) pride

 (B) joy

 (C) responsibility

 (D) problems

5. The brook curves and flows to join the _________.

 (A) brimming river

 (B) haunts of coot and fern

 (C) eddying bays

 (D) valley

6. ‘Tryst with Destiny’ was a speech delivered by Jawaharlal Nehru in the ________.

 (A) Constituent Assembly

 (B) Parliament

 (C) Congress Bhavan

 (D) Ramlila Maidan

7. The brook says, “I babble _______”.

 (A) over stony ways

 (B) on the pebbles

 (C) between the ridges

 (D) by many a field and fallow

8. Lencho was an ox of a man. It means ________.

 (A) he looked like an ox

 (B) he had the head of an ox

 (C) he was working like an animal in the fields

 (D) he was very simple like an ox

9. The flowers mentioned in ‘Village Song’ are champa, lotus and _______.

 (A) rose

 (B) lily

 (C) sunflower

 (D) jasmine

10. Lencho became ________ when he counted the money.

 (A) upset

 (B) angry

 (C) surprised

 (D) worried

11. The aunt replied to Algu Chaudhury, “God lives in the ________ of the panch”.

 (A) soul

 (B) mind

 (C) heart

 (D) words

12. In ‘School’s Goodbye’ the author says that one is known _______.

 (A) by the books one reads

 (B) by the company one keeps

 (C) by the interesting hobbies one has

 (D) by the sound body one possesses

13. The beggar told Sergei that owing to Olga’s words and _______, a change took place in his


 (A) noble deeds

 (B) scolding

 (C) weeping

 (D) misery

14. In ‘School’s Goodbye’ the author says, “Above all remember that your ________ is a priceless possession”.

 (A) health

 (B) cleanliness

 (C) character

 (D) regular habit

15. The beggar said that he sang in a Russian choir and was sent away for _______.

 (A) drunkenness

 (B) dishonesty

 (C) lying

 (D) swindling

16. Automobiles release maximum __________.

 (A) carbon monoxide

 (B) nitrous oxide

 (C) carbon dioxide

 (D) oxides of sulphur

17. The keeper told the Grandfather that Timothy had died ________ before.

 (A) one month

 (B) two months

 (C) three months

 (D) one and a half months

18. Air has ________ percent oxygen.

 (A) 78

 (B) 18

 (C) 21

 (D) 68

19. Timothy’s favourite place in the author’s house was the ________.

 (A) bedroom

 (B) drawing room

 (C) storeroom

 (D) kitchen

20. Kapil scored 175 runs in the Prudential World Cup in June 1983 against _______.

 (A) Zimbabwe

 (B) West Indies

 (C) Australia

 (D) England

21. Why was grandfather included in the hunting expedition ?

 (A) Because he was a shikari.

 (B) Because he knew the forests of the Siwalik Hills better than most people.

 (C) Because he was related to members of the hunting party.

 (D) Because he was keenly interested in hunting.

22. The child tells her mother that she cannot stay because ________.

 (A) the river-isles are calling

 (B) the voices of the fairy-folk are calling

 (C) the voices of the koils are calling

 (D) the forest-notes are calling

23. Who came walking with one crutch ?

 (A) The old peasant

 (B) The old peasant’s father

 (C) The old peasant’s grandfather

 (D) The traveller

24. Churchyard means _________.

 (A) a place of worship for the Christians

 (B) a burial ground adjoining a Church

 (C) a place where priests live

 (D) a place where records of births and marriages are kept

25. Who sold the grain of corn to the King as a curiosity ?

 (A) A traveller

 (B) Some children

 (C) The wisemen

 (D) An old peasant

26. The cottage girl whom Wordsworth met was ________ years old.

 (A) eight

 (B) seven

 (C) nine

 (D) ten

27. The grandfather replied to the King that _______ was free.

 (A) grain

 (B) land

 (C) labour

 (D) production

28. In ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’ the poet says that the mountain is ________.

 (A) blue-headed

 (B) purple-headed

 (C) green-headed

 (D) bald-headed

29. When the aunt named Algu Chaudhury as the Chief Judge, Jumman was _______.

 (A) surprised

 (B) disappointed

 (C) overjoyed

 (D) sad

30. In ‘All Things Bright and Beautiful’ the poet says that everyday they gather rushes that grow ________.

 (A) in the garden

 (B) by the water

 (C) in the green wood

 (D) in the meadows

31. One day when ________, I heard a lot of noise outside.

 (A) I read

 (B) I was reading

 (C) I have read

 (D) I am reading

32. Beware of pickpockets.

 It is ______ sentence.

 (A) a declarative

 (B) an imperative

 (C) an exclamatory

 (D) an interrogative

33. The jury _________ divided on this issue.

 (A) were

 (B) was

 (C) has

 (D) is

34. Please remind me _________ the meeting.

 (A) attending

 (B) attend

 (C) to attend

 (D) for attending

35. He is sitting _________ my left.

 (A) in

 (B) on

 (C) at

 (D) beside

36. Cholera broke _______ in this town last year.

 (A) down

 (B) up

 (C) out

 (D) off

37. We all thought that he would come to the meeting. The underlined Noun Clause is the


 (A) subject of a verb

 (B) object of a verb

 (C) complement of a verb

 (D) object of a preposition

38. If you had studied more sincerely, ________.

 (A) you would get a first class

 (B) you will get a first class

 (C) you would have got a first class

 (D) you will have got a first class

39. Who broke the chair ?

 Its passive voice will be ________

 (A) By whom the chair was broken ?

 (B) By whom was the chair broken ?

 (C) Who was the chair broken ?

 (D) By whom is the chair broken ?

40. Sarat said, “Is it still raining ?”

 If the sentence is reported in indirect speech, it will be _________

 (A) Sarat asked if was it raining still.

 (B) Sarat asked if it was raining still.

 (C) Sarat asked if it is raining still.

 (D) Sarat said that it was raining still.

41. Lencho called the postal employees a bunch of crooks.

 The underlined word means ________.

 (A) righteous persons

 (B) dishonest persons

 (C) truthful persons

 (D) faithful persons

42. There is a wrinkle on his brow.

 The underlined word means _______.

 (A) sweat

 (B) line

 (C) glow

 (D) worry

43. The noun form of ‘utter’ is ________.

 (A) utterence

 (B) utterance

 (C) uttrance

 (D) utterable

44. What he said was not relevant to the subject. A single word for the underlined expression

will be ________.

 (A) unrelevant

 (B) inrelevant

 (C) irrelevant

 (D) disrelevant

45. The audience applauded the batsman.

 The underlined word means _______.

 (A) disliked

 (B) discouraged

 (C) criticized

 (D) showed approval by clapping

46. He can speak French.

 He can speak English too.

 If we join the two sentences using ‘not only .... but also’, the answer will be ______

 (A) Not only he can speak French but also he can speak English.

 (B) He can speak not only French but also English.

 (C) He not only can speak French but also English.

 (D) He can not only speak English but also French.

47. One who studies weather conditions is called a _______.

 (A) metrologist

 (B) meteorologist

 (C) meterologist

 (D) metorologist

48. By breathing polluted air we become _______ air pollution.

 (A) a victim to

 (B) a victim for

 (C) a victim of

 (D) a victim by

49. He is working for the welfare of the people. The underlined word means __________.

 (A) prosperity

 (B) health, happiness and comfort

 (C) development

 (D) advantage

50. _________, you will be known by the company you keep.

 (A) To a large extent

 (B) To large extent

 (C) In a large extent

 (D) By large extent

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