exam paper 10th class bse odisha english objective

 exam paper 10th class bse odisha

About: exam paper of 10th class

Board of which state: Board of Secondary Education Odisha ( BSE ODISHA )

Topic of the exam paper: english objrctive ( All Things Bright and Beautiful, A Beggar ,Subject verb agreement and translate into english ) 

total mark: 30 m

exam paper 10th class bse odisha  About: exam paper of 10th class  Board of which state: Board of Secondary Education Odisha ( BSE ODISHA )  Topic of the exam paper: english objrctive ( All Things Bright and Beautiful, A Beggar ,Subject verb agreement and translate into english )

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Time – 30 M                   Class- 10th Subjects – ENGLISH OBJECTIVE         Full Mark- 25

Name of the Student:                                                                                                     Date:

 

 

Choose the right answer and dark the circle.

1. In “All things bright and beautiful” things are described wise and _______

wonderful skilful wilful blissful

2. How is the summer sun described in the poem “All things bright and beautiful”?

painful unbearable tiring pleasant

3. All things according to C. F. Alexander are made bright and _______

wonderful beautiful skilful blissful

4. The rushes grow by the ______

hill desert water Mountain

5. “He gave us eyes to see them and lips that we might tell  ...” Who is “He” in the line

our father god our teacher the poet

6. The mountain in the poem “All things bright and beautiful” is described

green headed white headed purple headed blue headed

7. We enjoy the beauty of the _____ in the green wood.

tall trees flowers fruits birds

9. What are the seasons described in the poem “All things bright and beautiful”?

summer and spring autumn and winter summer and winter spring and winter

10. “Each little flower that opens.” Here “opens” means ____

blooms smiles laughs expresses

11. Sergei got angry with the beggar since _______.

he was begging he was lying he was drinking he was stealing

12. “God bless that good and Nobel woman!” Who said this?   

Sergei Olga Lushkoff the Author

13. What made the beggar stop drinking?

Russian Choir’s misbehaviour Olga’s kind words and noble deeds Doctor’s advice Sergei’s angry

14. At last Lushkoff became well-to-do ________.           

Notary Magistrate Collector Judge

15. What was Sergei ashamed of?

handing him over to the police providing him with neither food nor drink

having set a spoiled drunken perhaps sick man to work in the cold driving the beggar out

16. Sergei was _________.                      

a singer a teacher an advocate an owner

17. every time Lushkoff received________ from his owner.

twenty copecks thirty copecks twenty to forty copecks ten copecks

 18. The beggar had a _______ overcoat on the body.

gray-coloured pink coloured light-white coloured torn and fawn coloured

19. The beggar said that he had nothing to eat _____.

for a week for three days since last night for five days

20. Beside Sergei, Lushkoff was also grateful to _______.

his employer ticket collector Olga the writer

21. The girl met me in the library ______ I was waiting for her.                 

where when who which

22. Five hundred kilometres _____,not a long distance for a helicopter.   

an is are has

23. Bread and butter _____ our wholesome food.                                     

are is has have

24. Water _____ at 100  C.                                                                        

boil boiled boils boiling

25. How many legs _____ you.                                                                  

had has is have

                                                           

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Translate in to English.

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