English Language 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE

English Language 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE

English Language 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question ICSE with Sample Paper for 2020 and Other Previous Year Solved Question for practice so that student of Class 10th ICSE can achieve their goals in next exam of council. Sample paper of English Language for 2020 exam also given . Hence by better practice and Solved Question Paper of Previous Year including 2015 is very helpful for ICSE student. By the practice of English Language 2015   Solved Question Paper ICSE Previous Year you can get the idea of solving. Try Also other year except English Language 2015 Solved Question Paper ICSE Previous Year for practice. Because only English Language 2015 Solved Question Paper ICSE Previous Year is not enough for preparation of council exam.

How To Solve ICSE English Language Paper (Previous Year)

Before start solving English Language ICSE Paper you should read the following topics clearly.

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  1.  Read all chapter Carefully.
  2. Make a short notes on Latest Topics.
  3. Practice essay and Composition.
  4. Answer should be to the Point.
  5. focus on grammar in answer.
  6. Practice Chapter wise exercise of your Text Book..

English Language 2015 Solved Paper Previous Year Question

(Two Hours)

  • Answers to this Paper must be written on the paper provided separately.
  • You will not be allowed to write during the first 15 minutes.
  • This time is to be spent in reading the Question Paper.
  • The time given at the head of this paper is the time allowed for writing the answers.
  • Attempt all questions from Section I and any four questions from Section II.
  • The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].

ICSE English Language 2015  (Solved)

Section -1 (40 Marks)

(Attempt All questions from this section)

Question 1:  

                                                                                     [25]
(Do not spend more than 35 minutes on this question.)
Write a composition (350 – 400 words) on any one of the following:
(a) Write an original story that begins with the words : “He was the funniest boy I had ever met. He would make everyone laugh………”
(b) You had booked a ticket on an early morning train. However, you woke up late and missed it. You then decided to run to catch a bus to the next station where you hoped to catch up with the train. Narrate the entire event, how you felt, the effort you made and how you finally caught the train. What did you learn from this stressful experience?
(c) All Girls or all Boys Schools provide a better learning environment than co-educational schools. Express your views either for or against the statement.
(d) Describe in detail the view from your bedroom window. Does your room overlook a park? A busy street? What are the sights, sounds and smells that you would typically see, hear and experience at different times of the day? What do you most enjoy the view? Early in the morning, in the evening or late at night?
(e) Study the picture given below. Write a short story or description or an account of what the picture suggests to you. Your composition may be about the subject of the picture or you may take suggestions from it; however, your composition must have a clear connection with the picture.

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Answer: 1

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(a) He was the funniest boy I had ever met. He would make everyone laugh till their stomachs ached and asked him to stop. Such was his nature in the company of friends and people whom he knew.
Sameer, yet the boy known for his wittiness and prompt clever remarks was a star attraction wherever he stood. In class also he was loved by his class mates and teachers alike as he never was negative or sarcastic in his rejoinders. Rather he turned every incident, situation or circumstance into healthy humour and smile would spread on the face of even the most serious person sitting there.

This was the reason everyone wanted be his friend.
Little did anyone know the pain hid behind his smiling face except his true and close friend Saurabh. Sameer was from an average family and lived comfortably with his rents and younger sister. His father worked in an insurance company and mother was a housewife. Both he and his sister were studying in a well-known convent school of the city. One day tragedy struck their family in the form of Sameer’s father losing his job as he became terminally ill due to blood cancer.
This was a great blow on the family which was otherwise leading a happy and contended life. Sameer being male member had to take up the responsibility of looking after himself, his studies and his family.

It was a great blow which life had given him at such a tender age. He was drowned in a sea of sorrow and hopelessness.
His grandmother and mother were tensed seeking his condition. They consoled, comforted and talked to him but to no avail. He just would not talk, always put-on a serious expression on his face, went about doing his work and studies mechanically. His mother consulted a psychologist which told him about the changes that had come in him. The doctor advised them to bring him to his clinic in the hospital. Sameer had to pass through the children’s ward while going over to the clinic. He peeped into the ward and was attracted by the little children of different age and size. Some playing, some sleeping, some talking but all had a smile on their face. He was told they were all suffering from cancer and didn’t have very many days to live.
Sameer was shocked into silence, lot of emotions were coming and going on his face. One could see he was fighting with himself.

Continuously his gaze was at the smiling, cheerful faces of the little children. He let out a deep sigh of breath and along with it a lot of pent up emotions were released. He now was relaxed and it seemed as if those children had taught him the mantra of how to be happy. It is since that day a new ‘ and happy Sameer rose from the ashes of the sad and grave Sameer. His motto in life now had become to be happy and make others happy irrespective of any difficulties and challenges of life one may be facing. That is the secret of his being applauded and loved by , one and all alike and moreover with renewed energy he is facing all duties of his alike.

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