ISC English Language 2014 Class-12 Previous Year Question

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ISC English Language 2014 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 2014 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers

Question 1:

Write a composition (in approximately 450-500 words) on any one of the following subjects: (You are reminded that you will be rewarded for orderly and coherent presentation of material, use of appropriate style and general accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar.) [30] (a) ‘The small things that we own are the most precious to us. ’ Give your views on the statement.
(b) Write about an incident in your life when you experienced the pain of defeat. It had seemed to you then that life would come to an end. What lessons did you learn from the experience and how did you move ahead after that incident?
(c) Describe the career you have decided to pursue and the factors that have influenced you to make that decision)
(d) ‘Capital punishment should be abolished. ’ Argue for or against the proposition.
(e) Luck.
(f) Write an original story beginning with the following words :
“The silence of the evening was broken when I heard my sister’s shrill cry ……………………………”
Answer 1:
(a) Develop the following value points and complete the essay.

  • small things, usually taken for granted
  • importance felt only in their absence
  • broom, an agent of cleanliness
  • gas lighter/matchbox
  • process of cooking, begins with it
  • soap for bathing, and washing
  • pillow, mosquito repellent
  • no substitute for these small things

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(b) Make use of the following points and write the essay.

  • engaged to a beautiful girl
  • dreaming of a happy married life ahead
  • she died in an accident
  • shocked and defeated in my aspirations
  • phase of frustration, no meaning of life
  • appointed in a village hospital
  • served the sick and the needy, found a new meaning of life
  • life is foil of uncertainties, try to live in the present
  • make the best use of the present

(c) Develop the following value points and complete the essay.

  • I shall pursue the career of a Civil Servant
  • security of service, no boss to ‘dismiss’ me
  • adequate income, position and power
  • regular promotion, recognition of talent/merit
  • ample opportunity to pursue hobbies, literary or artistic tastes
  • no inclination to indulge in political activities.

(d) Make use of the following hints and write the essay.

  • a hotly debated topic
  • should certainly be abolished
  • life is given by God, He alone has the right to take it back
  • inhuman, cruel
  • inhumanity cannot be countered with inhumanity n
  • every sinner has a future, every saint had a past s n!
  • should be replaced by life imprisonment.
  • term of imprisonment may vary from twenty to two hundred years

(e) Develop the following value points and write the essay.

  • the word ‘luck’ differently interpreted
  • fortune, favours only fools
  • fate or chance, may or may not favour
  • good opportunities, prosperity, comforts of life, no difficulties in life
  • supreme power, favours the industrious
  • not blind, favours according to one’s deservings

(f) Make use of the following points and write the story

  • time of evening, black clouds hovering
  • electricity failed, pitch darkness
  • silence, suddenly broken, shrill cry of Meenu, my sister
  • rushed to her room on first floor
  • trembling with fear, had seen some strange being in darkness
  • big teeth, dishevelled hair
  • took a round of the house in torchlight
  • nobody to be found, after an hour calmed, refused to sleep in her room

Question 2.

You have recently visited a tourist destination. Write a description of it for a travel magazine in about 300 words using the points given below: [20] Name of the place — location — means of travelling to the destination — climate — best season to visit – picturesque landscape — lodging and food — recreational facilities — places of interest in the area – local language/dress — handicrafts/products — overall experience.
Answer 2:
One of the most beautiful places in Kangra valley is Dharamshala which I visited last month in the company of my friends. We had heard a lot about this beautiful tourist resort of Himachal Pradesh. From Pathankot to Jogindar Nagar we travelled by train. The joumey was really enjoyable by train. The journey was really enjoyable as the weather was very fine. There was greenery all around and a cold wind was blowing.

We stayed in Sood Guest House on Cantt road in Kotwali Bazar. The rooms there were quite comfortable with all modem facilities. It was the month of June, the best season for visiting this place.

The guest house had a balcony from where the valley presented a picturesque view. We took our breakfast in the balcony where tables and chairs were laid. Then we made a programme of visiting Mcleod Ganj, home of the Dalai Lama and head quarter of the Tibetan Government in exile. It is about 10 kilometres from Dharamshala. We visited the famous temple the home of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama. We came across many Tibetan monks who greeted us with a friendly smile. We enjoyed western food in a hotel. In the evening we came back to our guest house.

The next day we visited Kangra Art Musium. From our guest house it was at a distance of only one kilometre. We preferred to go on foot. We saw beautiful miniature paintings of Kangra school of art. Beautiful elaborately embroidered costumes of Kangra people were also displayed there. The wood carvings and the tribal jewellery displayed there were indeed very beautiful.

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We spent five days in Dharamshala. Dining the daytime the weather was cool and enjoyable but the nights were rather cold/Twice it rained. On the whole the stay was highly enjoyable.

Question 3.      (ISC English Language 2014 Class-12)

Answer sections (a), (b) and (c).
(a) In each of the following items, sentence A is complete, while sentence B is not. Complete sentence B, making it as similar in meaning as possible to sentence A. [10] Write sentence B in each case.
Example :
(0)
(A) I lost the book.
(B) The book ………………………………
Answer:
(0) The book was lost by me.

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