CBSE Class 10 English – Language and Literature Sample Paper Board Examination 2021 is published with its marking plan. This sample paper is the only source for understanding the design of CBSE Class 10 English Question Paper. Students can check the format of the questions given in the sample paper and practice with similar questions to get higher marks in the exam. The CBSE Class 10 English Language and Literature Marking Scheme 2021 will be very helpful in understanding the correct format, accordingly the answers should be written on the examination paper to get maximum marks. Understand the step-by-step mark allocation under the assessment process and the project will be useful. CBSE Class 10 English – Language and Literature Sample Sheet and its representation scheme is available here for free PDF download.
CBSE Class 10 English – Language and Literature Sample Paper 2021 is given below:
(i) Sample Question Paper with a total of 80 marks.
(ii) It should be completed within 3 hours.
(iii) This sheet is divided into two parts as A and B.
- Part A (40 marks) – Includes Objective type questions Based on missing passages, taken from literary textbooks and grammar.
- Part B (40 marks) – Includes Subjective type questions Based on unseen writing ability and literary textbooks (FIGHST FLIGHT and FOOTPRINTS without feet).
CBSE Class 10 Sample Question Paper Social Science (Code 087) 2020-2021:
Part A (40 marks)
Reading (20 marks)
1. Read the passage below.
The choices we make on a daily basis – wearing seat belts, lifting heavy objects properly or deliberately avoiding any dangerous situation can ensure our safety or cause harmful situations.
You and I have to make a decision and we are going to get our lives in order. Self-control, self-discipline and establishing boundaries and boundaries in our lives are the most important things we can do. Life without discipline is one of inattention.
We may think that living life on the edge is a kind of excitement. “Yes! That’s me! Living on the edge! Woo-hoo! “It has become a popular way of looking at life. As you can see, there are even lines on the highways that provide margins for our safety when we drive. If we go to one side, we go to the abyss. If we cross the castle in the middle, we may be killed. We like those lines because they help keep us safe.
Sometimes we don’t realize that the lines help keep us safe. I was not proud of this, but when I was on the job for the first 20 years of my life, I ignored my limitations. I felt so scary, physically, most of the time. “I have limitations, I know I’ve reached them, but I’ll ignore them and see how long I can get over it.” I ran to the doctors, trying to feel better with pills, vitamins, natural products and anything I could get my hands on. Some doctors will tell me, “It’s stressful.” That’s what drove me crazy. Depression is when you thought you didn’t like what you were doing or couldn’t handle life, I just like what I do. But I kept pushing myself, traveling, and doing talking jobs.
Finally, I realized that I was living a long life and needed to make some changes in my outlook and lifestyle.
You and I don’t have to be like everyone else or interact with anyone else. Each of us must be right, for which we do not have to apologize. We are not all the same and need to find a comfort zone where we can enjoy our lives instead of getting sick with too much stress and stress.
Based on your understanding of the passage, answer any ten questions from the following twelve.
I. Because living on the edge has become popular
a) Something else is a constant need.
b) The population is very young.
c) Attempt to make changes.
d) Strong tendency to stay within our borders.
ii. Choose the option that best suits the central idea of the paragraph from the quotes given.
a) Option (1)
b) Option (2)
c) Option (3)
d) Option (4)
iii. Which traits are relevant to the writer in the following context: “I have limitations, I know I’ve reached them, but I can ignore them and see how long it can take.” ?
a) 2 and 5
b) 3 and 6
c) 1 and 4
d) 2 and 3
iv. Which of the following is the most appropriate title in the paragraph?
A) Very soon
b) Enough is enough
c) How much more?
d) Is it enough to do?
CBSE Class 10 English Curriculum 2021 (Reduced)
CBSE Class 10 English Question Paper 2020
v. The phrase “harmful circumstances” refers to potential situations
(A) Definitely dangerous.
(B) Be very dangerous.
(C) may be dangerous.
(D) Occasionally dangerous.
vi. To fill in the blanks as used in the column, select the option “Create non-durable” appropriate application.
a) For a long time, ______ officers followed emergency procedures.
b) Emergency procedures by the authorities _______.
c) Officials reported a set of ________ events during the emergency.
d) Officials agree that the emergency system has been _______ for a long time.
vii. The __________________ author tries to get readers through this writing.
c) Providing assistance
d) To provide advice
viii. Author “Yes” and “Woo-hoo!” Uses colloquial terms such as. Which of the following is not a colloquial word?
ix. What does it mean when the teacher says “get our lives in order”?
A) Start our life again.
b) To organize our lives.
c) Rebuild our lives.
d) To control our lives.
X. Choose the option that correctly states the two meanings of ‘overview’ as used in the paragraph.
1. A person’s life assessment
2. A person’s experiences in life
3. A person’s view of life
4. A person’s sadness in life
5. A person’s general attitude towards life
a) (1) and (4)
b) (2) and (3)
c) (3) and (5)
d) (4) and (5)
xi. Using the example the author explains the importance of discipline and boundaries in our lives
A) Road accidents.
b) Traffic rules.
c) Lines on the highway.
d) Safe driving.
xii. What is the message conveyed in the last paragraph of the paragraph?
A) Love what you do.
b) Love yourself to love others.
c) Be the best version of yourself.
d) Be yourself.
The complete sample sheet and its marking scheme can be accessed from the following links:
CBSE Class 10 Sample Documents and Marking Scheme 2021 – All Lessons
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