CBSE Class 10th English Question Paper SA- II 2014

Find CBSE Class 10th English SA - II Question Paper. These Question Papers will be helpful to get the latest pattern that how questions are being framed.

Created On: Apr 21, 2014 14:49 IST
Modified On: Dec 28, 2015 12:58 IST

The pattern in which the Question Paper is set is quite different from the manner in which the course structure is actually defined. In spite of the predefined Course Curriculum, there are certainly some loop holes between the question paper formed and the content of the course. Henceforth, students need to identify these gaps and catch up where the textbooks left off, if they want to get acquainted with the examination pattern. And, they can do it easily by checking out the questions individually subject-wise. This not only helps them prepare for exams in a better manner but also helps them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.

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Few Sample Questions from CBSE Class 10th English Question Paper SA - II are as follows:

Q. How does Decius Brutus persuade Caesar to accompany him to the Senate House?

Q. Brutus says this as he justifies to the Romans why Caesar was assassinated by them. Do you agree with Brutus? Justify your answer in 120-150 words by giving examples from the play.

Q. Write a character sketch of Mrs. Van Dann in 120-150 words.

Q. How did Helen Keller enjoy her visit to the world fair? (120-I50 words)

Q. Music channels are installed in the cowshed because ________.

(i) Cows then give more milk

(ii) Milk is sold at a higher price

(ii) Milk becomes more pure

(iv) Workers become happy

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