Category : Composition Grammar

English 1: Grammar and Composition Practice Test

Time: One hour                                                                                                    Maximum Marks: 40

Question 1

Write a letter to the District Collector of your locality requesting him or her to be the Chief Guest of an event ‘Fine Art Fest’, a cultural programme to be held next week in your school.                                                      [10]

Question 2
  1. Write, as the Secretary of the Arts Club, a Notice to be displayed on your school notice board about an event to be held next week in your school.                                                                                                       [5]
  2. You are the Principal of the school mentioned above. Write an email to the Principal of a neighbouring school inviting him/her to the event cited above.                                                                                     [5]
Question 3
  1. In the passage, fill in each of the numbered blanks with the correct form of the word given. Do not copy the passage but write in correct serial order the word or phrase appropriate to the blank space.      [4]

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Time: One Hour                                 Maximum Marks: 25
Question 1
Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions (a) (b) (c) and (d) that follow:
Next morning I had an idea. It was nothing clear cut, merely speculative, but I considered all the way to school. Then after assembly, as soon as they were quiet, I waded in. This night be a bit rough, I thought, but here goes.
“I am your teacher and I think it right and proper that I should let you know something of my plans for this class. I tried to pitch my voice into its most informally pleasant register. We are going to talk, you and I, but we’ll be reasonable with each other. I would like you to listen to me without interrupting in any way, and when I’m through, any one of you may say your piece without interruption from me.” I was making it up as I went along and watching them.
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