ISC English Language 2019 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers Solved

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ISC English Language 2019 Class-12 Previous Year Question Papers Solved

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.)

Question 1. (ISC English Language 2019 Class-12)

Write a composition (in approximately 450-500 words) on any one of the following subjects : (25)
(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.)
(a) You have gone on a trekking expedition with a group of friends. As night closed in, you realised that you were separated from the group. Describe your initial feelings and the place where you got lost. How did you spend the night alone before you were reunited with your group?

(b) It is easy to advice others not to worry, but difficult for oneself to follow the same. Narrate an experience which made you realise the truth of this statement.
(c) ‘The best things in life come free’. Write for or against the statement.
(d) Photographs
(e) In order to be successful, one should rely on oneself and not expect others to help. Express your views on the given statement.
(f) Write an original short story beginning with the following words :
She was delighted to find the sealed envelope lying on her table. As she reached for it ……………………

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Answers-1 : (ISC English Language 2019 Class-12)

(a) A Trekking Expedition
A trekking expedition is always interesting and thrilling. We a group of friends decided to go on trekking in Manali during the winter season. I was highly excited. I thought we would have tun all the way. So I took keen interest in making preparations.

Some of my friends had already had trekking experiences. They sounded less enthused than others in the group, including myself. When they cautioned us about the difficulties on the way I just pooh-poohed what they said

We decided to walk all the day to reach Manhar, a small sleepy village where the uncle of one of our friends lived. He said that we would stay at his place for the night, and then resume our journey back to Manali the next day. Throughout the day long journey we all enjoyed a lot. Though after some hours of trekking in the valley on zig-zag, rough paths we felt tired. We saw in thedistance a black bear, but it disappeared in no time.

In my enthusiasm I opted to take a short-route. No one accompanied me. I went on and on, all alone. After an hour, the sun suddenly disappeared, and black clouds came threateningly over me.

There was no one visible. Only a mixture of animal sounds struck my ears. I realized that I had got lost I tried to look for some hut to take shelter. In no time the rain started. I was full of fear. It was becoming difficult to find the way. I slipped once or twice. A sudden roar of some animal—maybe a tiger—gave me shivers of fright. Thankfully, no animal came on my way.

Suddenly my eyes fell on a deserted hut on a mound. I rushed, almost running, to the place. I was surprised that there was no one in the hut. But to my good luck, a cot and a blanket were there. There were a few packets of eatables I ate some and lay down on the cot after having secured the door.

I would never forget this trekking expedition. It taught me not to be over zealous at any time in life.

(b) Easy to Advise Others
I often get panicky near all kinds of tests and interviews. Though I prepare myself well for any such ordeal, I cann’t help worrying. My mind is full of all sorts of apprehensions. I ask myself what would happen if I fail. But once I face the test or interview I am full of energy and enthusiasm.

My elder sister used to advise me to give up worrying. She repeatedly made fun of me for worrying uselessly. She posed herself as a calm and focused person who could never have any worry in life. My parents praised her for this quality of hers. I would envy her. But now I know the truth. She is not a worry-less person.

About a year ago she was finding a job after doing her B. Tech. She was quite confident in the beginning. But somehow she failed to find a decent job of her liking. She kept her poise for sometime. Dark circles began to appear under her eyes. Whenever Father or Mother would enquire if she had any problem, her answer would be, “What do you say ? What problem? I have no worry at all.” No one was convinced with her reply, but no one dared to challenge her. I decided to keep a watch on her.

I could not find anything abnormal with her for quite some time. One day my sister attended an interview with no positive result. When she came back home she was as usual smiling. She said she was still hopeful, adding she disliked those who worry unnecessarily, as she looked at me with a glint of mischief in her eyes. I was peeved, and became all the more determined to find out the reality about her.

That very night, through the open window of her study, I found her before her table, lying her head down, sobbing and then screaming. I did not disturb her. The next day, when she was out, I crept in her room. I found a paper on her table, with some lines scribbled over and over again—’I am a failure. I am a failure….’ Undoubtedly, she was worrying too much. Then I realised the truth that it is easy to advise others not to worry, but difficult for oneself to follow the same.

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