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CBSE Class 9 English (Communicative) Solved Practice Paper SA–I: Set–I

Find CBSE Class 9 English (Communicative) Solved Practice Paper for the coming SA - I exam. These questions not only help the students to prepare for exams in a better manner, but also help them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.

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Find CBSE Class 9 English (Communicative) Solved Practice Paper for the coming SA - I exam. These questions not only help the students to prepare for exams in a better manner, but also help them in understanding the depth with which a topic should be studied.  

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Few Sample Questions from the Question Paper are given below:

Q. Read the given passage carefully.

A research conducted by SATHI says that it is a misconception that children living in platforms are abandoned or are from wrecked homes. In reality, most of the children flee home without a thought and cannot retract their actions either because they have no money or are too frightened to go back. 'We rescue 50 children daily from the platforms across the country. Some of these children get lost even as their parents search for them desperately,' said Anjali, project officer, SATHI.

Life on the platform is not easy. The longer a child lives on the platform, the more he falls prey to addictions, abuse, petty thefts and odd jobs for survival. There is no place Iike home for a child except for extreme cases of abuse and poverty and the organization's first course of action is 'home placement'. As SATHl's secretary Pramod Kulkarni says, 'A child on the platform never grows up, he just ages. Early intervention not only saves the child from the dangers of platform life but also makes repatriation easier as the child is more willing to go back home.'

Read the questions given below and tick the option you consider the most appropriate.

1. The research conducted by SATHI has revealed that …………..

(a) All the children living on platforms are from poor families

(b) All the children living on the platforms do not come from broken homes or have been abandoned

(c) All the children living on the platform are dangerous

(d) All the children have run away from their homes

2.'Life on the platform is not easy'. This means that ………………...

(a) The chi Idren leads a very comfortable I Ife on the platforms

(b) The children enjoy living on the platforms

(c) The children lead a very tough life and are often abused and ill treated

(d) The children are forced to beg

3. The organization working for the welfare of these children aims at ………………..

(a) Trying to send these children to remand homes

(b) Try to search for their parents and send them back home

(c) Stop them from returning home

(d) Try to get them arrested

4. They feel the most important step in saving the lives of these children is to …………………       

(a) Save these children as soon as possible

(b) To delay sending these children home

(c) Save these children from becoming beggars

(d) Save these children from adults who ill treat them

5. The word 'repatriation' means

(a) Returning home

(b) Leaving home

(c) Becoming a patriot

(d) Repeating the pattern

Ans.

1. (b) All the children living on the platforms do not come from broken homes or have been abandoned.
2. (c) The children lead a very tough life and are often abused and ill treated.
3. (b)  Try to search for their parents and send them back home.
4. (a)  Save these children as soon as possible.
5. (a)  Returning home

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