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CBSE Class 9 English Communicative Question Paper SA I- 2010

Jan 3, 2015 14:18 IST

    Get the CBSE Class 9 English Communicative Question Paper, SA I issued in favor of the students by CBSE. This will provide you the idea that what type of Questions will be framed in the Exam and from what topics. You will get in familiar with the pattern in which the Question Paper is set exclusively for Summative Assessments. Get in touch with the Question Paper as much as possible and deduce your own method of Success.

    Q. Read the passage carefully.

    In a democracy, the people choose their government. In order to make intelligent choices the people need to know what those who are running the government are doing. They must be able to get news that is not controlled by the government. Newspapers and other news organizations must be able to report all the news Freedom of the press is a very important part of any democracy.

    Freedom of speech is just as important as freedom of the press. That means that all citizens should have the right to inform others of what they know and express their opinions. That doesn’t mean bang able to lock yourself in a closet and whisper. It means being able to get your thoughts out to as many people as possible. Beware of politicians who want to repress that right.

    In a free society, people can practice their religious beliefs without fear. They may also elect to belong to no religion at all. Freedom of religions is safest in democratic nations. In order for people to be able to exercise their rights, they must be able to work together. They must be able to form groups to give strength to their causes. That right is known as freedom of assembly.

    Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option from the ones given below:

    1. The 'press' in the above Lines means:

    (a) To push
    (b) A strong forward movement
    (c) To keep asking
    (d) News reporting organizations

    2. The politicians want to repress the public. In other words they want to:

    (a) control or hold down
    (b) Push again
    (c) Fight to protect
    (d) Say again

    3. In a free society people can__ to belong to no religion at all.

    (a) vote
    (b) Ask
    (c) Find
    (d) choose

    4. The right to ‘freedom of assembly’, in the above lines, refers to right to

    (a) vote
    (b) Ask
    (c) Find
    (d) choose

    5. An appropriate title for this text would be:

    (a) Democracy and Religion
    (b) Democracy and Freedom
    (c) Importance of Newspaper
    (d) Rights and Duties

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