MP Board Traimasik Priksha Class 9th English Paper Solution pdf | मध्य प्रदेश बोर्ड त्रैमासिक परीक्षा अंग्रेजी पेपर सलूशन पीडीऍफ़
हाल ही में मध्य प्रदेश बोर्ड ने वर्ष 2021-22 के लिए छात्रों के त्रैमासिक परीक्षा के लिए निर्देश जारी किये है . बोर्ड के अनुसार सभी बच्चों के त्रैमासिक एग्जाम 24 सितम्बर से शुरू होंगे जिसमे एक प्रश्न पत्र होगा और उसके सभी प्रश्नों का हल करना अनिवार्य होगा . सभी विद्यार्थियों को कक्षा 9 से 12 तक सभी विद्यार्थियों को अपनी कक्षा से सम्बंधित पाठ्यक्रम ( syllabus ) का पता होना बेहद ज्यादा जरूरी है .
नीचे विषयवार सभी महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्नों को आपको दिया गया है . आप इन प्रश्नों को तैयार करके जरूर जाना क्योंकि यह प्रश्न बेहद महत्वपूर्ण है जिसके साथ आप अपने त्रैमासिक एग्जाम को और भी अच्छी तरह से एटेम्पट कर पाओगे .
त्रैमासिक परीक्षा महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न Class 9th English Paper Solution pdf
~ Issac Asimov
Q.1. How old are Margię and Tommy?
Ans. Margie is eleven and her friend Tommy is thirteen years old.
Q. 2 What did Margie write in her diary?
Ans. Margie wrote in her diary (17 May 2157) “Today Tommy found a real book.”
Q.3. What subjects did Margie and Tommy learn?
Ans. Margie and Tommy learned almost every subject from their mechanical teachers. They learned History, Geography, and Mathematics from robots and computers.
Q.4. What kind of teachers did Margie and Tommy have?
Ans. The teachers of Margie and Tommy were mechanical in the form of a computer. These teachers were black and ugly and were kept in a room in their house. The mechanical teachers had a large television screen on them which taught the children lessons and gave instructions. They also have a slot, in which the students had to put their homework and test papers so that the mechanical teacher could correct them in no time.
Q.5. What had once happened to Tommy’s teacher?
Ans. The history sector of Tommy’s teacher had once completely blanked out. Its screen was showing nothing. So, Tommy’s teacher was taken away for about a month for repairs.
Q. 6. Did Margie have regular days and hours for school? If so, why?
Ans. Yes, Margie had regular days and hours for school except on Saturday and Sunday. It was so because Margie’s mother thought that, if she learned at regular hours, she would learn better.
Q. 7. How does Tommy describe the old kind of school?
Ans. Tommy described the old kind of school as different from theirs. Centuries ago, a school was a special building where all the children went together to study and play. They even had a man as a teacher and learned the same things together if they were of the same age.
The Road Not Taken
~ Robert Frost
Q. 1. Where does the traveler find himself? What problem does he face?
Ans. While passing through a forest, the traveler, reached a place in the forest where two roads diverged. The poet calls it’s yellow wood’ because it was autumn and leaves were falling.
The traveler faces the problem of choosing one road as he could not travel on both roads.
Q 2. What do you think the last two lines of the poem mean? (Looking back, does the poet regret his choice or accept it?)
Ans. The last two lines of the poem show the acceptance of reality. The poet heaves a sigh of relief and does not regret his choice. He accepts it and is contented with his decision to take a challenging path and do something different in life. Having accepted this challenge, the poet has never regretted his choice.
Q.3. After you have made a choice do you always think about what might have been, or do you accept the reality?
Ans. It is human nature to think about what might have been, but it spoils our present and consequently future also. So once I make a choice, I will stick to my decision and will accept the reality.
Chapter – 2
The Sound of Music
~ Deborah Cowley
Q. 1. How old was Evelyn when she went to the Royal Academy of Music?
Ans. Evelyn was not even seventeen years old when she went to the Royal Academy of Music.
Q.2. When was her deafness first noticed? When was it confirmed?
Ans. Her deafness was first noticed when she was eight years old. It was confirmed by the time she was eleven years old.
Q. 2. Name the various places and causes for which Evelyn performs.
Ans. Evelyn performed free concerts in prisons and hospitals. She gave high priority to classes for young musicians. She made music her life and performed many regular concerts.
Q. 1. Why did Aurangzeb ban the playing of the pungi?
Ans. Aurangzeb banned the playing of the pungi because it had a shrill and unpleasant sound.
Q.4. When and how did Bismillah Khan get his big break?
Ans. Bismillah Khan got his big break with the opening of the All India Radio in Lucknow in 1938. He soon became an often-heard shehnai player on the radio.
Q.6. Why did Bismillah Khan refuse to start a shehnai school in the U.S.A.?
Ans. Bismillah Khan refused to start a shehnai school in the USA because he never wanted to leave India. Whenever he was in a foreign country, he kept yearning to see Hindustan. He loved the holy Ganga, Benaras, and Dumraon a lot and so he did not want to settle anywhere else.
3. What does the poet say the wind god winnows?
Ans. The wind god winnows weak things and bodies and crushes them.
4. What should we do to make friends with the wind?
Ans. The poet suggests that we should build strong houses with sturdy doors to make friends with the wind. Moreover, we should be strong enough to face the difficulties in life.
1. What are the things the wind does in the first stanza?
Ans. The wind breaks the doors of the window scatters the papers and throws down the books on the shelf. It also tears the pages of the books and brings rain.
Q.1.Why was Keria afraid of her father?
Ans. Kezia was afraid of her father because he was very strict, always commanding everybody else in the house. He never played with her. He had big hands and a heavy face; particularly his mouth looked big to Kezia when he yawned. She was especially terrified with the manner in which he looked at her over his spectacles.
Q.2.Who were the people in Kezia’s family?
Ans. Kezia’s family consisted of her mother, father, grandmother, and herself, besides Alice, the cook.
Q. 3 In what ways did Kezia’s grandmother encourage her to get to know her father better?
Ans. kezia’s grandmother encourages her to get to know her father better by sending her to the drawing-room to talk to her parents on Sunday afternoons. She also suggested Kezia make a pincushion out of a beautiful piece of yellow silk as a gift for her father’s birthday.
Q. 1. Kezia’s efforts to please her father resulted in displeasing him very much. How did this happen?
Ans. Kezia’s efforts to please her father resulted in displeasing him. On every Sunday, her grandmother sent her down to the drawing-room to talk to her father and mother. But, her presence always irritated her father. He used to call her a little brown owl’. The next effort was when her grandmother suggested that she should make a pin-cushion as a birthday gift for her father, which was falling next week. She worked diligently on making the pin-cushion, stitching three sides of the cushion with double cotton with great care and effort. She could not find anything to stuff it with and as her grandmother was busy in the garden, she searched her mother’s bedroom for scraps. Finally, she discovered some sheets of fine paper on the bed- table. She gathered them up, tore them into pieces of sand filled the cushion with them. She did not know that the sheets of fine paper she had torn up were written with her father’s speech to be given in the Port Authority the next day. Her father scolded her for touching things that did not belong to her and punished her by hitting her palm with a ruler.
2. Some verbs of reporting are given in the box Choose the appropriate verbs and fill in the blanks in the following sentences.
were complaining, shouted, replied, remarked, ordered, suggested
(i) “I am not afraid,” ……..the woman.
(ii) “Leave me alone,” my mother ………..
(ii) The children ………….. that the roads were crowded and noisy.
(iv) “Perhaps he isn’t a bad sort of a chap after all,”…………… the master.
(v) “Let’s go and look at the school ground,” ……..the sports teacher.
(vi) The traffic police ………all the passers-by to keep off the road.
Ans. () replied, (ii) shouted, (ii) were complaining, (iv) remarked, (v) suggested, (vi) ordered.
Rain on the Roof
~ Coates Kinney
Q.1 What does the poet like to do when it rains?
Ans. when it rains the poet feels delighted to lie with his head pressed against the pillow of his bed in a room of a rural cottage and listen to the patter of the soft rain on the tiles on the cottage roof.
Q.2. Do you like rain? What do you do when it rains steadily or heavily as described in the poem?
Ans. Yes, I like rain. When it rains steadily I get into my house and enjoy the weather with my family. It is a wonderful experience. I also enjoy eating tasty snacks and sometimes would love to drench in rain.
Q.2. In the fair, he wants many things. What are they? Why does he move on without waiting for an answer?
Ans. The child wants a toy, sweets, garland of Gulmohar, a colorful balloon, and many more things. But he knows that his parents would not buy these things for him. So, he does not even ask for them and moves on without waiting for an answer.
Q.4. Why does the lost child lose interest in the things that he had wanted earlier?
Ans. The child is separated from his parents. He has lost his way in the fair. Nothing attracts him now. He wants his parents before anything else. So he loses interest in the things that he had wanted earlier.
Que 1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
How did man discover salt? We are not sure. Perhaps, the cattle of Stone Age tribesmen found and carried pieces of the salt rock to their caves. Salt fed ca salt licks or salt rocks. Their masters may have springs were found to provide a more constant supply of salt. Villages grew around these springs. Man cut down trees for fuel for evaporating water to obtain salt. In China, the early human settlements were near salt pans on the Yellow River. Everywhere in the world, salt production has been going on for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks and Romans included salt in the offerings they made to their gods. The preservative quality of salt made it a specially fitting symbol of enduring fidelity. The word salt was used in phrases conveying high esteem and honor, in ancient and modern languages. In English, the expression, the salt of the earth”, describes a person greatly respected by the community.
It was considered a prestigious item of commerce and civilizations flourished because of it. The sea has always been man’s most important source of salt supply. When oceans recede, salt ponds and salt marshes are left behind.
The Romans were famous roadbuilders. One of their roads called the Salt Route, built around 400 B. C. exists even today. In those days, salt from Rome was carried along this road to central Italy. The early Egyptians were supplied with salt from swamps at the mouth of the Nile.
(a) What is the meaning of prestigious’?
(1) having respect
(b) The noun form of the word ‘describe’ is:
(c) The opposite of the word ‘modern’s:
(d) The………… of the tribesmen may have carried salt to their caves.
(e) The constant supply of salt was made by:
(1) salt springs
(iv) Carly man
(f). The early Egyptians used to get salt from swamps at the mouth of …………….
(1) Nile river
(iii) Yellow river
(iv) salt rocks
(g) In those times, around the springs, ………………grew.
(h) ‘The salt of the earth’ means:
(i) a person greatly respected in the society
(ii) the salt that we wet from salt springs
(iii) the salt offered to gods
(iv) a person not respected in the society
(i) Why do you think salt is very important since the early days? Mention two points.
(j) How was the ‘Salt Route’ important for the Romans?
Ans. (a) (i) having respect, (b) (ii) description,(C) (ii) ancient, (d) (ii) master (e) (i) salt springs, (f) Nile river, (g) (ii) villages, (h) (i) a person greatly respected in the society,
(i) (1) Some of the early human settlements like in China were near the salt pan,
(2) The ancient Roman and Greeks used salt in offering they made to their Gods,
(j) The salt route was very important for the Romans. They built it around 400 B. C. and in those days salt from Rome was carried along this road to Central Italy.
Que 2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Mankind has undoubtedly progressed since medieval times. The earliest men lived like brutes. Individuals fought among themselves and the strong destroyed the weak for that is law of the jungle, the law of irrational life. But man was not an animal. He possessed rational faculties. These faculties gradually developed and appeared in his actions and the man gave up the law of the jungle and made his own rational laws. Men saw that the law of physical strength was not applicable to their lives. They realized that they had souls and the strength of being with a soul can consist in a variety of capabilities other than the power to cut and kill, tear and bite. For instance, a man can be strong in fashioning tools, or in controlling the actions of other rational beings by the power of song or speech. Thus men realized that they should not be fighting among themselves. But they should be working together and giving one another opportunities to develop their respective strengths. This was the first step in man’s progress. By these means, men gained such control over the forces of nature. They made each other so much wiser and more comfortable than they were convinced that they were the best creation of God.
(a) The earliest men lived like…………
(b) According to the passage, what was the law of the jungle?
(I) The animals destroyed the men
(ii) The strong destroyed the weak
(c) Who possessed rational faculties?
(d) Who realized that they had souls and strength?
(iii) other living beings
(e) What did the men realize?
(i) They realized that they would be friendly towards the animals.
(ii) They realized that they should not be fighting among themselves.
(f) Match the words given under column ‘A with their meanings given under ‘B’.
1. developed – gained
2. ruined – progressed
3. achieved – destroyed
(g) How was man different from animals?
(h) What did men realize when their rational faculties were fully developed?
Ans. (a) (ii) brutes
(b)(ii) The strong destroyed the weak
(d) (i) men
(e) (ii) They realized that they should not be fighting among themselves.
(f) 1. developed – progressed
2. ruined – destroyed
3. achieved – gained
(g) Man was different from animals because he possessed rational faculties.
(h) The men realized that they should not be fighting among themselves
Notes and summary
Que1. Read the passage carefully and make notes and summarize the passage also.
It is much better to give hope and strength than money. The best help is not to bear the troubles of others for them but to inspire them with courage and energy, to bear their burden for themselves and meet difficulties of life bravely. So we must be careful not to destroy independence in our anxiety to relieve distress. There is always the danger test whatever is done the men should make them more dependent instead of more independent. It is important, therefore, not so much to give a man bread, as to put him in the way of earning it for himself, not to give direct aid, but to help others to help themselves.
(a) Notes –
Title ―“Make man self-dependent.”
1.1 Giv. hpe bettr. thn. mny.
1.2 Inspire others with courage & energy.
2. Self-dependent –
2.1 Nt. Destry, anxiety independence. to relive. dish…..
2.2 Imp. to help. others. to help. themselves.
2.3 Mke. then. self-dependent.
2.4 Can’t think.
(b) Summary – Giving hope and strength is better than money. To inspire others with courage and energy so that they meet the difficulties of life bravely. We must not destroy independence in our anxiety to relieve distress. It is important to help others to help themselves and make them more dependent on themselves.
Que. You are Sushil Sharma living in Room No. 5 of the Sariya Hostel, Ravindra Higher Secondary School Ujjain. Write a letter to your father informing him about your hostel life and studies.
Room No. 5 Sariya Hostel,
Ravindra Higher Secondary School, Ujjain
12 July, 202X
How are you? I am fine and hope the same for you. I have now got myself adjusted to the hostel atmosphere. I have also gathered pace with my studies and have found a routine of my own. The food of the hostel though is not very good yet I have got myself used to it and is nutritious though not delicious. Most of my classmates share the adjoining room so we get good company and a peer group of ours to study. I will try my level best to score distinction in exams. Love to Rahul and regards for Mother.
Que. You are Sanjay Dubey a student of Class IX in Govt. Higher Secondary School, Rewa. Write an application to your Principal to issue you your transfer certificate.
Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School
10th Aug, 202x
Subject – To issue Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate.
With due respect, I beg to state that I study in class IX – C. My father has been promoted and transferred to Guna.
Kindly issue me a Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate.
WONDERS OF SCIENCE
ADVANTAGES OF SCIENCE
SCIENCE – USES IN OUR DAILY LIFE
Introduction – Modern age is the age of science. It has increased human comforts. It has given many wonderful things for the use of mankind.
With the help of railways, motorcars and airplanes traveling have become fast.
Electricity – Electricity has changed dark nights into bright days. It serves us in hundreds and thousands of ways. It runs our trams, mills, and factories. It keeps our houses cool and warm. Modern life is impossible without electricity.
Means of Recreation- Radio, cinema, and television are good means of recreation. Educational training is also made possible by television.
Atomic energy- Atomic energy is the latest discovery of science. With this people have reached the moon. It can meet the demands of energy.
Medicines – Science has given many effective medicines to cure terrible diseases. Heart surgery and heart transplantation have become ordinary nowadays.
There are printing presses and sewing machines for human comforts.
Conclusion – The invention of atom bombs is a threat to peace. All threats of war must be ended. Man is called the master of the world because of science. Science is hoped to be good for well being of the world at large.
Hardy rightly says, “science is an angel in peace and devil in war.”
Que. Write a message from the Principal about the parent’s day celebration in a school.
12 Dec. 201_
Parents Day Celebration
School is going to celebrate Parents Day on 21 Dec. 201_. Those who want to take part in the cultural programs should get their names registered by 14.12.201_ with Dr. A.K. Singh. Secretary, Cultural Committee.
Que. 1 fill in the blanks
1. The sun ………… in the east. ( Rise/ rises)
2.. ………….. is a good exercise. (swim/ swimming)
3. He ………… his duty daily. (do/does/did)
4. Komal ……… a book in his room.(read/reading/is reading)
Ans. Is reading
5. Did Mohan bring …… book from the library? ( Any/some)
6. We did not buy …………. flowers. (Any /some)
7. . We have……………books in our library.(some/many)
8. Honesty is………best policy.(a/an/the)
9 . Mohan is…..most intelligent boy in the client class. (a/an/the)
10. My father is………….engineer.(a/an/the)
11 ……….urgent telegram was sent of him. (a/an/the)
12………….. Sun rises in the east. (a/an/the)
13. My uncle is in ………… bank. (a/an/the)
14. Kalidas has written…….Plays (much/many)
15. He lives ……….47 civil lines Bhopal. (at/ on)
16. John is sitting………..his friends. (between/among)
17. . I was not able to walk so I came home …………….a taxi. (in/by)
18. Frog jumped …………. the river. (in/into)
19. He has been working in Bhopal……….ten years. (for/since)
20. I am sitting………….my desk. (at/on)
Do as directed
1. Sing/can/a song /you (Rearrange)
Ans. You can sing a song.
2. They were playing cricket. (Change into present continuous)
Ans. They are playing cricket
3. Children are playing in the park ( Change into present perfect tense)
Ans. Children have played in the park
4. He had drow a picture (change into past perfect)
Ans. He had drawn a picture.
5. He sings a song ( change into past indefinite tense)
Ans. He sang a song
6. Our/we /protect/should/forest. (Rearrange)
Ans. We should protect our forest
7. Ravi writes a letter (make negative)
Ans. Ravi doesn’t write a letter.
8. We …….(keep) our school clean.( Use future tense of the verb given in the bracket)
Ans. will keep
Que. Translate the following sentences into English. .
1. हम इस शहर में दस वर्षों से रह रहे हैं।
Ans. We have been living in this city for ten years.
2. अशोक एक महान राजा था।
Ans. Ashoka was agreat king.
3. मध्यप्रदेश की राजधानी भोपाल है।
Ans. The capital of Madhya Pradesh is Bhopal.
4. भारत एक स्वतंत्र राष्ट्र है।
Ans. India is an independent country.
5.वर्षा नहीं हो रही है।
Ans. It is not raining,
6. वे इस नदी में तैर सकते हैं।
Ans. They can swim in this river
7.मदन पाँच घण्टे से पढ़ाई नहींकर रहा है।
Ans. Madan has not been studying for five hours.
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