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ISC English Language 2012 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers


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ISC English Language 2012 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers

Maximum Marks: 100
Time allowed: Three hours

(Candidates are allowed additional 15 minutes for only reading the paper. They must NOT start writing during this time).
Attempt all four questions.
The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [].
(You are advised to spend not more than 50 minutes on Question 1, 40 minutes on Question 2, 30 minutes on Question 3 and 1 hour on Question 4.)
(You should begin each answer on a fresh page.)


ISC English Language 2012 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers

Question 1.

Write a composition (in approximately, 450-500 words) on any one of the following subjects: [30]
(You are reminded that you will be rewarded for orderly and coherent presentation of mate-rial, use of appropriate style and general accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar).
(a) ‘We are happier than our forefathers.’ Express your views on the given statement.
(b) The sounds of laughter and loud voices attract your attention to a room in your house. The door is closed. Describe what you hear, as well as what you see, as you gently open the door.
(c) “Today, in our global society, if young people go abroad to study or to seek jobs, they cannot be termed unpatriotic.” Write for or against this topic.
(d) Diversity.
(e) ‘Nowadays, there are careers that cater to every interest and aptitude.’ Discuss this in light of your own interests.
(f) Write an original story with the following beginning:
“I was not more than fourteen at that time ………………………”
Answer 1:  (ISC English Language 2012 Class-12)

(a) The statment appears to be meaningful and correct to some extent. It is true that we are happier than our forefathers in many ways. Life in the past was very simple. It moved at a slow pace. There was no circulation of money and therefore people lived from hand to mouth. They did not enjoy the modem comforts. But things have changed in the modem age. Life is very quick and fast. Time is very precious for everyone. There is a mad race for money. Most people lead a mechanical life. It is an admitted fact that we have made a rapid progress in different walks of life. Take, for example, the progress and the development made in the field of science and technology. We certainly take pride in scientific inventions and discoveries. Today we have computers, televisions, refrigerators, cellphones, air conditioners and washing machines at out disposal. These things have made our life very comfortable. The fastest means of transport are available to cover long distances in a few hours. Anything can be had for the asking.

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There was time when there were very few schools and colleges. Most people were uneducated. They were confined to a very small area. They had no plans or ambitions to rise high in life. Financial assitance was the biggest hurdle. Educational institutions were available only to the selected few. But these days schools and colleges are available at our doorstep. These days most children go to school to get education. Even the villages situated in remote areas have the facility of providing education to the children. The state governments have made education free and compulsory for the children. In this context, the state of Kerala is in the forefront to have 100% literacy rate. Thus education has played a significant role not only in providing jobs to boys and girls but also in contributing to the development of the country. In the field of medical science we have achieved wonderful success. Death rate has fallen. The scientists have done researches in different fields of study. Now doctors can treat and cure the deadliest diseases. It is a great hoon to humanity.

In the light of the achievements made in different fields we can certainly take pride in saying that we are definitely happier than our forefathers. It is also true that we have paid a price for all these comforts of life. For example old values like, love, care, simplicity, affection and sympathy have disappeared from our lives. We have grown selfish and greedy. We lead a life of stress and strain. To sum up it can be rightly said :

What is this life if full of care
We have no time to stand and stare.

(b) Read the given outline and develop it into an essay.
I heard a sound, ……………………… became suspecious ……………………… the door was closed ……………………… I knocked at it
……………………… B. B. opened the door ……………………… room full of fragrance ……………………… I felt some-one was watching ……………………… I saw a young girl ……………………… disappeared in a second ……………………… asked B.B about her ……………………… He said nobody was there ……………………… he was alone ……………………… I insisted, I had heard a sound ……………………… two persons laughing ……………………… B.B. denied it ……………………… I turned to leave ……………………… again a sound ……………………… looked back ……………………… nobody there ……………………… I was terrified ……………………… B.B laughed at me ……………………… explained the whole mystery ……………………… showed me a small paper weight ……………………… gave out sounds at intervals.

(c) If young people go abroad to study as to seek job, they cannot be termed unpatriotic Write for or against:-
Not surprisingly, education has undergone considerable changes in recent years. In current society, the rapid developing of economy the competitions stiff. There is no denying that a number of people choose to go abroad to get better education or jobs.

Everyone wants to live better and decent life. According to them studying abroad or doing jobs abroad will get them healthy return. They want their family be happy and healthy.

In many countries, there was not such facilities for a man. Due to the high competition, in their own country, the young people want to go abroad. They hope to enjoy there. They think life will be easy.

But the feeling of their own country where they were bom and brought up is still in their mind or heart. It is a patriotic feeling that never leaves their mind. But due to high society and the development they have to think high but the feeling for their country is still the same which was there before. They cannot forget the past which they spent in their homeland.

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