(Download) CBSE Class-10 Sample Paper And Marking Scheme 2019-20 : (English)


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Sample Question Paper 2019-20
English-(184)
Class-X

TIME: 3 Hrs
M.M.: 80

General Instructions:

1. This paper is divided into three sections: A, B and C. All questions are compulsory.
2. Separate instructions are given with each section and question, wherever necessary. Read these instructions very carefully and follow them.
3. Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions.

Section A: 

Q1 Read the passage carefully.
Red Cross: How Hope Evolved On June 2 , 1859, Emperors Napoleon III and Franz Joseph I engaged in the Battle of Solferino, commanding a combined total of about 270,000 troops onto the field for a single day of battle. Nearly 40,000 were either dead, injured, or missing, many of whom were simply left to die on the battlefield. Later, spectators crowded the fields, looking for loved ones, searching for items they could sell, or simply taking in the horrors of the battle .A Swiss businessman and social activist Jean Henri Dunant, who was traveling in Solferino witnessed all this. Jean Henri Dunantwitnessed the atrocities of war as well as the countries not prepared or equipped to ease the suffering of those who had been injured in the Battle of Solferino. Dunant organized a group of volunteers to help bring water and food to the injured, to assist with medical treatment, or write letters to the families of those who were dying and he urged the public to create an organization which would assist the wounded, regardless of which side they fought for during times of war. After that moment, he wrote the book, A Memory of Solferino, which urged the public to create an organization which would assist the wounded, regardless of which side they fought for during times of war. His writing inspired countless others to rally behind him in the creation of the International Federation of the Red Cross. The modern-day Red Cross began by devoting itself largely to disaster relief and epidemic treatment. This effort continues to this day. One of the easiest ways you can help the Red Cross is to make sure you are able to donate blood and make an appointment at the Red Cross website. But, donating blood isn't the only way you can help out—the Red Cross also encourages donating your time if you can. This is what the Red Cross wants everyone to know. On the basis of your reading of the passage given above, answer the following questionsa.
(a). How many soldiers fought in the battle of Solferino on June 24?
i.  270,000 
ii. 40,000
iii. 230,000 
iv. 23,000

(b). What is the correct order of the information given below:
I. Dunant organised a camp of volunteers.
II. Emperor Napoleon III and Franz Joseph I fought a battle.
III. The book ‘A Memory of Solferino was written.
IV. Dunant travelled in Solferino.
(i) IV, III, II, I 
(ii) I, II, III, IV
(iii) II, I, IV, III 
(iv) II, IV, I, III

(c). The writer of 'A Memory   of Solferino’ was:
i. Emperor Napoleon III
ii. Franz Joseph I
iii. Jean Henri Dunant
iv. International Red Cross

(d). The modern day Red Cross does not deal with:
i. Blood donation
ii. Disaster Relief
iii. Epidemic Treatment
iv. Writing a book

(e). The most appropriate sub-heading to para 2 of the passage is:
i. How International Federation of Red Cross Evolved!
ii. Functions of Red Cross
iii. The Contributions of Jean Henri Dunant
iv. The Battle of Solferino

(f). The aid provided by Dunant’s  volunteers during the battle of Solferino was:
I. to help bring water and food to the injured
II. to assist with medical treatment
III. to write a book
IV. to give relief in epidemic
(i) I and III
(ii) III and IV 
(iii) I and II 
(iv) II and III

g. You can donate your blood and your _________ to Red Cross.

h. Jean Henri Dunant   participated in the war.( True/ False)

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