12th english varshik pariksha paper solution mp board 2022 pdf download कक्षा-12वी अंग्रेजी वार्षिक परीक्षा पेपर

12th english varshik pariksha paper solution mp board 2022 pdf download कक्षा-12वी अंग्रेजी वार्षिक परीक्षा पेपर Annual exam 12th English board paper 2022- हैलो दोस्तों आप सभी का स्वागत है हमारी वेबसाइट में और आज के इस नयी पोस्ट में हम वार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 की तैयारी और आप हमारी वेबसाइट के माध्यम से कक्षा-12वीं अंग्रेजी की वार्षिक परीक्षा की तैयारी भी कर सकते हैं आपको हमारी वेबसाइट के माध्यम से सभी विषयों के महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न और इनके उत्तर प्रदान किए जाएंगे

SECTION-A (Reading)

  1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below.

Computers are capable of doing extremely complicated work in all branches of learning. They can solve the most complex mathematical problems or put a thousand unrelated data in order. These machines can be put to varied uses. For instance, they can provide information on the best way to prevent traffic accidents. They work accurately and at high speed.

This whole process, by which machines can be used to work for us, has been called “automation”. In future, automation may enable human beings to enjoy more leisure than they do today.

Some years ago, an expert on automation, Sir Leon Bagrit, pointed out that it was a mistake to believe that these machines could think. There is no possibility that human beings will be controlled by machines. Though computers are capable of learning from their mistakes and improving on their performances, they need detailed instructions, they need detailed instruction from human beings to be able to operate.

Sir Leon said that in future computers would be developed which would be small enough to be carried in one’s pocket. For instance, people going on a holiday could be informed about weather conditions. Car drivers can be given an alternative route when there is a traffic jam. A tiny translating machine will enable people who do not share common language to talk to each other without difficulty or to read foreign publication.

Computers will also be used in ordinary public hospitals. A doctor will be able to diagnose the nature of his patients’ illness. Similarly, machines could be used to keep a check on a patient’s health record and bring it up to date. Book-keepers and Accountants too, could be relieved of dull clerical work. Computers are the most efficient servant that man has ever had.

Answer the following questions by choosing the most appropriate option:


(i). which are the two main capabilities of computers?

Ans. (d) automation, save time and labour

(ii). What is automation?

Ans. (d) The process by which machines can be used to work for us.

(iii). Computers can be used to …..

Ans. (c) to diagnose the nature of patient’s illness

(iv). What is the basic limitation of computers?

Ans. (b) Computers can rule over human beings.

(v). Which of the following is an antonym for the word ‘disable’?

Ans. (c) enable

(vi). The verb form of the word ‘alternative’ is___

Ans. (a) alternate

(vii). In future ………. may enable human beings to enjoy more leisure than they today.

Ans. (a) automation

(viii). Sir Leon Bagrit Said that in future …… would be developed which would be small

enough to be carried in one’s pocket.

Ans. (b) computers

(ix), which of the following words from the passage is a synonym of ‘freed’?

Ans. (a) relieved

(X). Which of the following is the antonym of the word ‘simple’?

Ans. (a) complex

2.Read the following passage carefully and make notes on it, also give a suitable title.

Dolphins are regarded as the friendliest creatures in the sea and stories of them helping drowning sailors have been common since Roman times. The more we learn about dolphins, the more we realize that their society is more complex than people previously imagined. They look after other dolphins when they are ill, care for pregnant mothers and protect the weakest in the community, as we do. Some scientists have suggested that dolphins have a language but it is much more probable that they communicate with each other without needing words. Could any of these mammals be more intelligent than man? Certainly the most common argument in favour of man’s superiority over them that we can kill them more easily than they can kill us is the least satisfactory. On the contrary, the more we discover about these remarkable creatures, the less we appear superior when we destroy them.

Title – Dolphin

  1. Friendliest sea creatures

1.1 Regrded as frndliest. Cretures.

1.2 Stories common – helpng. drowng. Salors. – since Roman times

  1. More complex society than people imagined before

2.1 Look after othr. ill dolphns.

2.2 Care for pregnt mothrs.

2.3 Protet weakst in community.

2.4 Scientists suggst. they have Inguage.

2.5 But prbly.communcte. wthout needing. Wrds, to each other.

  1. Superior than humans

3.1 Mst. common argumnt. In favor, of man’s Superiorty, ovr. Thm. – we kill them

easily than they can kill us Ist. Satsfactry.

3.2 More we dscovr. abt. thm. less we parp. superior whn we kill thm

Write a letter to your friend teling her about your summer holidays

Write an application to the Principal of your school asking for leave

Wonder of science eassy

an application to your principal for School Leavıng Certificate

SECTION-B. (Writing)

Q.3 Ashima is going abroad on a foreign assignment for 5 years. She wants to sell her refrigerator, L.C.D.T.V., double bed and almirah. Draft an advertisement in about 50 words to be displayed on the housing society notice board.


Hurry Up!

Household items like LCD, television, refrigerator, double bed and almirah in very good working condition are waiting for you at economical rates.

Contact: Ashima

Mobile No. 8269923479


Draft an attractive poster for Save Trees, Save Earth.

Q-4. You are Anand kumar Mishra, a resident of Preet Vihar, Chhatarpur. Write a letter to the collector of your district, telling him about nuisance of loudspeakers in your area.

Preet Vihar


February 20, 2022

The Collector


Subject: To put a ban on loudspeakers.


We bring to your kind notice that we are being put to a great inconvenience by noise. We find that loudspeakers and bands are blaring day and night. As you are aware, our Board examinations are to commence shortly but we are unable to concentrate ourselves to our studies owing to high pitched noise. We believe there is a Noise Control Act requiring the stoppage of use of loudspeakers after the prescribed hours but nobody seems to bother to follow it or see that it is enforced.We earnestly request you to look into the matter and take steps to stop the nuisance with immediate effect.

Yours Faithfully

Anand Kumar Mishra

Class 12


Write a letter to your uncle thanking him for the birthday present he had sent for you. You are Hari Tiwari, Harshwardhan Nagar, Bhopal.

Harshwardhan Nagar


February, 2022

Dear Uncle,

I hope you find this letter with good health. Uncle, I am writing this to thank you for the present you send me on my birthday. A high range telescope is exactly what I wanted for too long. I really wished to have one as I have keen interest in astronomy. I am so grateful to you. It is the best gift I have received till yet.

Everyone is good here. My regards to aunt and my lovely two sisters.

Yours Affectionately

Hari Tiwari

Q5. Write an article on any one of the following topics in about 200 words.

a. Physical Education in School.

b. Hazards of Polythene bags

c. Science in our daily life.

d. Corruption in India.

e. Corona Pandemic.


Physical Education in School

Physical education plays a important role in educating the whole student. The healthy, physically active student is more likely to be academically motivated, alert and successful. Physical education develops student’s competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that become a central part of their lives, both in and out of school.

Following are the aims of physical education:

• Encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.

• Nurture sportsmanship in all aspects of Competition.

• Widen each student’s sporting experience and Enjoyment.

• To improve motor and cognitive skills through frequent and vigorous exercises, activities athletics and so on.

By encouraging the students to take part in several activities like sports, most team sports, physical education helps them improve their skills. It is also vital to stay hydrated or else it minimizes the exercise performance quality.


You are Amita Dubey, write a report in about 200 words on the accident you have witnessed, using following inputs.

a. 14/10/2021, 8.00 p.m.

b. 10 km away from Ujjain.

c. Crash Bus & Car

d. Bus at high speed.

e. Casualty.


Amita Dubey


Around 8 pm,

a bus was running at a high speed at Ujjain-Indore road. All of a sudden a car with a high speed came in front of the bus. The car driver failed to stop the car. The result was that it hit the bus very badly. Six people sitting in the car are badly injured. But fortunately the bus driver and the bus passengers didn’t receive serious injury. The ambulance took all the injured people to the hospital very soon.

Several measures should be taken by the government to prevent such accidents. Roads should be broadened and one-way-traffic system should be made. People and government should make joint efforts to solve such problems.

Q-6. Fill in the blanks choosing the correct answer from the given options (any five)

  1. His brother is an M.L.A. (a, an, the).
  2. Mr. David is a rich person but not happy (but/and)
  3. Anil is sitting between kapil and Ajay (between/among)
  4. He did not buy any apple. (some/ any)
  5. Children love to play on the sand (loves/love)
  6. You can not talk in the library. (can/will/may)

Q-7. Do as directed (any five)

  1. Sonia did her duty (Change into Negative)

Ans. Sonia did not do her duty.

  1. The mango is so sour that I cannot eat it. (Rewrite the Sentence using (too…to)

Ans. The mango is too sour to eat.

  1. If you do not work hard, you will fail. (Rewrite using ‘unless’ in place of “if”)

Ans. Unless you work hard, you will fail.

  1. (a) The man had not come for two days

(b) The man brings potatoes.

(combine using relative clause)

Ans. The man who brings potatoes had not come for two days.

  1. This news surprises me. (Change the voice)

Ans. I am surprised by this news.

  1. I/had/exam/a lot of/ during / time. [Rearrange the words to make a meaningful sentence

Ans. I had a lot of time during exam.

Q.8. Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions given below.

Once upon a time there was man who went around selling small rattraps of wire. He made them himself at odd moments, from the material he got by begging in the stones or at the big farms. But even so, the business was not especially profitable, so he had to resort to both begging and petty thievery to keep body and soul together. Even so, his clothes were in rags, his cheeks were Sunken, and hunger gleamed in his eyes.

  1. From which lesson has the above lines been taken?

Ans.(d) The Rattrap

  1. Which of the following is the antonym of the word ‘Petty’?

Ans. (d) major

  1. What does the Phrase keep body and soul together’ mean?

Ans. (a) stay alive

  1. Who is author the author of the chapter.

Ans. (a) Louis Fischer

  1. Which of the following is the synonym of the word ‘gleamed’

Ans.(a) Sparkle

Q-9. (A) Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions given below.

Driving from my parent’s home to Cochin last Friday morning,

I saw my mother, beside me

Doze open mouthed her face ashen like that

Of a corpse and realized with pain

  1. The poetess is driving on which day?

Ans. (b) Friday

  1. Who is sitting beside the poetess

Ans.(a) her Mother

  1. What is the name of the poem?

Ans. (c) My Mother at Sixty-Six

(B) Read the extracts given below and answer the questions that follow.

The Shokalskiy had managed to wedge herself into a thick white stretch of ice between the peninsula and Tadpole Island which was preventing us from going any further. The captain decided we were going to turn, around we did, we were all instructed to climb down the gangplank and walk on the ocean. So there we were, all 52 of us, kitted out in Gore-Tex and glares, walking on a stark whiteness that seemed to spread out forever. Underneath our feet was metre- thick ice pack, underneath that, 180 meters of living, breathing salt water.

  1. How many students were the part of ‘students on ice’ programme ?

Ans. (a) 52

  1. What did the captain instruct to do?

Ans. (c) To Climb down the gang plank

  1. What is Gore-tex ?

Ans. (b) A Teflon Fabric

  1. Underneath our feet was…… thick ice pack?

Ans. (a) A Meter

Q-10. Answer the following questions in about 30 words (any 5)

1 What had been put up on the Bulletin -Board?

Ans. A bad news was there on the bulletin-board which was giving information to public which stated that from now German language will be taught in the schools of Alsace and Lawrence.

  1. What makes the city of Firozabad famous?

Ans. The city of Firozabad is famous for its bangles. Every other family in Firozabad is engaged in making bangles. It is the centre of India’s glass blowing industry.

  1. Why was Douglas determined to get over his fear of water?

Ans. The mishappening ruined his fishing trips and he was deprived of enjoying water-based activities and sports like canoeing, boating, fishing and swimming. He had ardent wish to enjoy such activities and regain his lost confidence. So he was determined to get over his fear of water.

  1. List the places that Gandhi visited between his first meeting with Shukla and his arrival at Champaran.

Ans. Gandhiji first met Shukla at Lucknow. Then he was in Cawnpore and other parts of India. Ile returned to his ashram near Ahmedabad. Later he visited Calcutta, Patna and Muzaffarpur before arriving at Champaran.

  1. Who, in today’s world, is our chief source of information about personalities?

Ans. Interviews in today’s world, is our chief source of information about personalities. They help us know our contemporaries and their opinions. They serve as a means of communication between the celebrities and audience.

  1. Why did the peddler decline the invitation?

Ans. The peddler declined the invitation as he was afraid of being detected as a thief because he had the stolen thirty kronor bills with him and accepting t! 5 invitation “would be like throwing himself voluntarily into the lion’s den.”

  1. What is Saheb looking for in the garbage dumps?

Ans. Saheb is looking for coins, a rupee notes and any other useful objects in the garbage dumps.

  1. Answer the following questions in about 30 words
  2. Why has the mother been compared the “late winter’s moon?”

Ans. Just as the late winter’s moon is dull and lacks lustre, so is her mother at the end stage of her life. Also, as the late winter moon gets overshadowed by the fog and mist in the sky. Similarly her mother can get overshadowed by death at any time. Both of them are nearing an end-one of season and the other of life.

  1. What does the poet want for the children of the slums?

Ans. He wants the children of the slums to venture into the outside world, beyond the boundaries of their slums, and experience a better present and future life.

  1. What will counting up to twelve and keeping still help us to achieve?

Ans. Counting up to twelve and keeping still will help us achieve the peace of mind. We shall be in a state of mind where we will be able to see the things as they really are. We will be able to understand ourselves better and then we are expected to behave better.

  1. List the things of beauty mentioned in the poem “A Thing of Beauty”?

Ans. Everything in nature is thing of beauty and a source of joy. According to the poet such objects of nature are the sun, the moon, old and young trees. Daffodil flowers, small streams with clear water, masses of fern and blooming musk-roses in the forest and the lovely tales of mighty mens all of them are things of beauty. They all add joy to our life.

Q-12. Answers the following questions in about 30 words-[any two]

1) What did the Royal infant grow up to be?

Ans. When the prince grew up he became the king of Pratibandapuram with the view of killing 100 tigers.

2) Who was Dr. Sadao? Where was his house? Ans. Dr. Sadao Hoki was a famous Japanese doctor and scientist. He completed his doctor’s studies in America. He lived in a house that’s surrounded by Cedar trees on the Japanese coast.

3) What do you think was Jo’s problem?

Ans. Little Jo has been accustomed to the happy ending of the stories of Roger. She could not digest the harsh realities of life. She did not like the unfeeling who hit the patron of her son.

  1. Answers the following questions in about 75 Words
  2. How did Mr. Hamel pay tribute to the French Language?

Ans. Mr. Hamel paid tribute to the French language by writing the words “Viva La France” on the blackboard. He said that French is the most beautiful, clearest and the most logical language in the world. He had spent forty years teaching French to his students faithfully. In honour to take his last French lesson, he even wore his fine Sunday clothes.

  1. What could be the reasons for the migration of people from villages to cities?

Ans. Reasons for the migration

a. Historically, the biggest reason for migration from villages to cities has been job opportunities.

b. Because of the industrialisation of the agricultural process, less people were needed to produce crops, livestock, dairy products and eggs.

At the same time factories were needing lots of employees with minimal skills. Thus, people to survive and have jobs, that enabled them to buy food, moved to the cities.

c. Another reason is that there are no modern amenities in villages.

d. Some people are attracted by the glamour of city life.

  1. Write the answer of any one of the following questions in about 75 words:
  2. What is the “sadness” that the poet refers to in the poem” Keeping Quiet”?

Ans. The poet refers to the ‘sadness’ of failing to understand oneself in the monotonous every day existence. He also finds owing to its unanalyzed actions. sad that the humanity is moving towards its own ruin


What is the ‘childish longing that the poet refers to? Why it is in vain ?

Ans. The poet thinks that the persons who are running the roadside stand, suffer from a childish longing. They are always expecting customers and waiting for their prospective customers.

They keep their windows open to attract them. They become sad when no one turns up.

They are always waiting to hear the squeal of brakes, the sound of a stopping car. But all their efforts go in vain.

  1. Write the answer of any one of the following Questions in about 75 words:
  2. Why is Antarctica the place to go to, to understand the earth’s Present, Past and Future?

Ans. Antarctica gives us an idea, how the earth would have been like million of years ago and how it get divided into various earth masses. The melting and colliding ice masses and also give us an insight into how our future is going to be, if we continue with interference in the working of the nature.

Moreover, Antarctica holds into the depths of its ice half million years old carbon record, which are helpful in understanding the past, present and future of the earth. Antarctica is the place which reveals our past, shows our present and visualizes our future.


What are the way in which Mr. Lamb tries to overcome his feelings?

Ans. He says that when it is a bit cooler, he will get the ladder and a stick, and pull down those apples. He makes jelly and is interested in anybody or anything that God made.

It may be a person, flower, fruit, grass, seeds or rubbish. There are plenty of things to look at.

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