ICSE 2019 English Paper 1: Model Paper One Suggested Answers

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ICSE 2019 English Paper 1: Model Paper One Suggested Answers

Question 2                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
(a)   Personal
Letter
Points
to be included
Introduction
such as ‘Received your letter yesterday’.
The
build-up to the incident-the incident- persons involved- what embarrassed you-
why- your feelings about the incident.
How
you intend to avoid such incidents in future.
Concluding
remarks such as ‘Convey my regards to…’
(b)   Formal
Letter
Self-introduction
Name resident of …
Purpose
of the letter: Motor accidents involving overcrowded buses have become the
order of the day. Complaint.
Mention
of your earlier complaints to the traffic/transport authorities. Futile/in
vain.
Concerned
and aggrieved by the indifferent
attitude of the
traffic and transport authorities.
Request
to take action or the necessary procedure.
Question 3                                                                                                                         
(a)   Notice









                                                                       

Flood Money
Relief Fund for Kerala Flood Victims
The people of Kerala have been devastated
by an enormous flood.
The flood has caused a
heavy loss of lives and property
.
Students
from Classes VI to X
are
urged to contribute to the Flood Relief Fund.
Contributions
should be handed over
to
the respective Class teachers
on
or before 30 September 2018.
                                                                   
Head Boy/Head Girl
(b)   Email
To:
principal@oxbridgeschool.org

Subject: Relief Fund for Kerala Flood Victims

Sir/Madam,
The
people of Kerala have been devastated by an enormous flood. The flood has
caused a heavy loss of lives and property.
Our
school has asked the students of Classes VI to X to contribute to the Relief
Fund for the people affected by the devastating floods in Kerala.
We
will be greatly obliged if you will ask the students of your school also to
join in this humanitarian campaign and to contribute towards the Relief Fund
for
Kerala Flood Victims.
Expecting
a favourable response,
Yours
faithfully,

Head
Boy/Head Girl
Bluebells
School
Hyderabad
Question 5
(a)    .




1.     was hated
2.     was
3.     had
4.     went
5.     was baited
6.     to
do
7.     tripped
8.     yelled




(b)   Fill
in each blank with an appropriate word:                                                               
                 
(i) We
could not distinguish one
identical
twin from the other.
(ii) The
little girl could not keep pace with her parents.
(iii) The
doctors were unable to cure him of his strange illness.
(iv)  Sam had a big advantage over the other candidates.
(v) Eggs
are usually sold by the dozen.
(vi) Environmental
issues were discussed at the meeting.
(vii) The
management presented a cheque for  ₹ 10000 to him.
(viii)
The committee failed to carry out
the promise it had made.
(c)   Join
the following sentences to make one complete sentence without using and, but or so.    [4]                                                                                                                                                                                       
(i)             
When I reached the bus
station, the bus had already left.
(ii)           
Although he did not tell
me why he moved to London, I knew it.
(iii)         
 Margret not only swept the room but also washed
the car.
(iv)          
While I was reading a
book, my mother was cooking.
(d)                       
(i) When
we pulled the cardboard box, out jumped a kitten.
(ii) Rony
has been encouraged by them to bet on horse races.
(iii)  The thief ran too quickly for us to catch him
(iv)  Everyone knows that that two and two makes
four. 
(v) Dennis
enquired of me when I would return the book which I had borrowed from the
library.        
(vi)  But for his interruption, I could have
finished the story.
(vii) In
spite of being interrogated at length, he did not reveal the truth.    
(viii)
You had better consult a lawyer.    

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