Practice Paper for CBSE Class 10 English (Language-and-Literature) 2013

Find CBSE Board 2013 Class X Practice Paper. This CBSE Class 10 English (Language-and-Literature) Practice Paper 2013 will help you to score maximum marks in CBSE class 10 English (Language-and-Literature) question paper 2013.

Created On: Feb 27, 2013 18:10 IST
Modified On: Apr 20, 2013 11:52 IST

CBSE English (Language-and-Literature) Practice Paper 2013, given here.

1. Read the passage below and write the option that you consider the most appropriate in your answer sheet.

The idea of euthanasia, of hastening the death of someone from motives of compassion, covers two main situations. The first is where someone is close to death and can be kept alive briefly, with intensive medical care. The official reason for the use of every possible technique on patients, for whom there seems, little hope is that we never know that there is no hope of at least a brief recovery. The second situation, in which it is proposed to end the life of someone who is not expected to die at once from natural causes, is more morally doubtful. In so far as the suggestion may be based on the motive of the quality of life experienced by patients, this is an inadequate approach of human beings. At one extreme we may b dealing with a birth that cannot be called human at all: such a being likely to live at the most for only few hours. Many feel that during this time it ought to be given ordinary nursing care. Brining to an end of the life of say, a spastic child, by the deliberate refusal of the fullest medical care seems morally indefensible.

1. Euthanasian means------
a. A place in Asia
b. Brining about gentle and easy death
c. Enthusiasm
d. The youth in Asia

2. One reason for trying all possible measures to save a person is that---
a. Death is horrifying
b. There is possibility of brief recovery
c. The doctors need to be compassionate
d. Science may invent more sophisticated machines later

3. The people who argue for euthanasia advocate it saying that-----
a. The patient is not living a qualitative life
b. We must not spend quality resources on a sick person
c. We should not bother about the ailing
d. It can be defended morally

4. The words dealing with a birth that cannot be called „human‟ at all implies -----
a. Humans have no control over birth and death
b. The person may survive only for a brief period
c. Doctors are incapable of saving people
d. The patient may want to die

5. The writer finds it unpardonable to------
a. End the life of someone who is not expected to die at once from natural causes
b. End the life of a spastic child
c. End the life of an infant who is likely to live only for few years
d. End the life of a human being

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