CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) Question Paper 2018 is available here.
The CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) Board exam was held on 12 March, 2018. After carrying a thorough analysis of the paper and discussing with some students and teachers we had a review that the paper didn't consist of any highly difficult or tricky questions. Generally the questions were easy and straightforward.
CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) Question Paper Pattern 2018:
The question paper consisted of total 11 questions divided into three Sections:
All the questions were compulsory however internal choices were there in a few questions of section- B and Section- C.
The question paper carried a total of 80 marks.
Students were required to complete the paper in 3 hours.
Some randomly selected questions from the paper are given below:
Q. You intend to join coaching classes at International coaching center situated in Raipur. The institute specializes in teaching science to classes Xl - XII. Write a letter of enquiry in 100-120 words addressed to the Administrator incharge of the institute seeking clarification about the timings, duration, staff, transport and other necessary details for joining the institute. You are Rajesh/ Rajni 2, Library Road Jabalpur.
Q. In 200-250 words write a story based on the input given below:
A long wait for the bus – people impatient – a large crowd – a lot of confusion – felt the pocket being touched – looked around – caught the hand – and ...............
Q. Rearrange any four of the following word clusters to make meaningful sentences:
(a) very exciting / can be / new country I travelling to I a
(b) it / a lot of / before / actually requires / the visit / preparation
(c) option / is / Light / travelling / best / the
(d) also need / we / the local weather / in mind / to / keep
(e) always / enriched / we / return / experience / the / with
Q. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:
But speak all good you can devise of caesar,
And say you do it by our permission;
....... ....... ........ .......
(a) Identify the speaker.
(b) Who is being granted permission?
(c) What is the speaker afraid of?
(d) What opinion do you form of the speaker?
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