clASS 9TH परीक्षा अध्ययन CLASS 9TH ENGLISH 1 Passages from Bridge Course MP BOARD NCERT Pariksha Adhyayan ENGLISH 9th
1 Passages from Bridge Course
Q1 Bhola, the farmer wanted to sow wheat in his fields. He decided to ask his friends
for help. First, he went to Dinanath and asked him. “My dear friend, can you help me
sow the wheat ?” Dianath replied, “Oh! Sorry! I have a stomachache Bhola then went
to Chandan and asked for his help. Chandan replied, “Oh! Sorry! I have a headache.
Bhola finally went to Pappu and asked for his help. Pappu replied, “Oh! Sorry! I have
Bhola did all the work alone. After some time, he had bags full of wheat. He asked
his friends again, “Can you help me eat this wheat halwa ?” All of them shouted, “Yes
(a) Who wanted to sow wheat ?
(b) Did Dinanath help the farmer ? (Yes/No)
(c) What was Chandan’s reply?
(d) Who helped the farmer sow wheat in his fields ?
(e) When did the farmer’s friends shout “Yes” ?
(a) (i) Bhola.
(e) Chandan replied, “Oh! Sorry! I have a headache”.
(d) Nobody helped Bhola the farmer sow wheat in his fields.
(e) When Bhola the farmer asked his friends,
“Can you help me eat this wheat
halwa”, his friends shouted, “Yes!”.
Q2 We live in a city or a village. We must keep places around our house and school
neat and clean.
Garbage should not be thrown here and there. It should be put only in dustbins If
we throw garbage all over the place, our surroundings become dirty
We also need to reduce the use of plastic. We should use paper or jute bags instead
of plastic bags. Also, we should plant trees. Trees will make our surroundings beautiful
and keep us healthy.
(a) Where should people put the garbage ?
(i) In dustbins, (ii) Outside their houses, (iii) On the roof, (iv) All over the
(b) Identify a word from the passage which is opposite in meaning to ‘increase
(C) What should we keep neat and clean ?
(d) What should not slag
(e) why should we plant tees
(a) In dustries
(c) We must kop plases around wurde mit sich so neat and clean
(d) We should use paper or jute tags mot spiedie bag
(e We should plants to make it arrondings beautiful and keep us health
Q3 April 19, 2018, By our responde
The tallest mountain an the world, Mouvement is becoming a very dirty place
Every year, around 700 people to dim tie montan. They leave a large amount
of plastic bottles, food items and cylinders or slopes So, a lot of garbage is
lying there. It is damaging die ete le is also creating many health problems.
………….is fue tallest moun fe world Fill in the blank)
(b) Write a wond which is synonymou noutage used in the above extract.
(c) How many people try to dimb Mount Everest every year?
(d) What items are left om slopes by fie cimiters 2
e) What are the cleats of garage ?
(a) Mount Everest
(b) rubbish refuse
(c) Around 700 people try to climb Mour Everest every year
(d) The climbers leave a large amount of plastic sories, food items and oxygen
cylinders on slopes
(e) Garbage damages the eximent and creates various health problems.
Q4 It was 26th March, 1974. In a small village in Chamoli district, Uttarakhand, some
people from a factory went to the A village girl saw them and informed the other
villagers. The village woman came in large groups under Gara Devi, their leader. The
hugeed the trees
Gaura Devi told the woodcutters, we are fugging the trees. If you want to s
the trees down hits first
The woodcutten tried to send to women back, but the women did not go. Finally,
the woodcutters went away without cutting us. This was the beginning of Chipko
………..is an important day is Chipko Movement
(Fill in the blank)
(Recame the words to form a meaningful sentene)
(c) Who was the leader of the village women?
(e) What happened, final
(d) What did the leader of the village womestel he woodedes?
(e) what happens finally?
(a) 26th March, 1974
(b) We are hugging the trees,
(c) Gaura Devi was the leader of village women.
the trees down, hit us first.”
(d) Gaura Devi told the woodcutters, “We are hugging the trees. If you want to cut
(e) Finally, the woodeutters went away without cutting trees.
Q5 Republic Day is celebrated on 26 January every year. On this day our constitution
was adopted. On this day, in the national capital, New Delhi, the Republic Day parade
is the star attraction. Before the parade begins, the Prime Minister visits the Amar Jawan
Jyoti (“the flame of the immortal soldiers’) at India Gate and pays respect to soldiers.
This is followed by the hoisting of the national flag by the President, accompanied by
a 21-gun salute, and the singing of the National Anthem.
The parade at Rajpath begins with the winners of bravery awards saluting the
President. This is followed by a display of various tanks, missiles and other equipment
most recently added to the military. After this, there is a march-past of the different
regiments of the armed forces, the paramilitary forces, the Home Guards and the National
Cadet Corps (NCC). The President of India, the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian
Armed Forces, takes the salute. this is followed by an attractive display of exhibits and
tableaus from different States. School children take part in various cultural programmes.
The final event of the day is the motorcycle daredevil riders and a fly-past by Indian
Air Force fighter jets over Rajpath.
(a) ………….. is celebrated on 26th January every year. (Fill in the blank)
(b) Who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces ?
(1) The Prime Minister, (ii) The President, (iii) The Defence Minister, (iv) The RBI Goveror.
(c) What happens before the beginning of the Republic Day parade ?
(d) Who performs march-past in the parade ?
(e) What is the final event of the day?
(a) Republic Day
(b) (ii) The President.
(c) Before the parade begins, the Prime Minister visits the Amar Jawan Jyoti at
India Gate and pays respect to the soldiers. This is followed by the hoisting
of the national flag by the President, accompanied by a 21-gun salute, and the
singing of the National Anthem.
(d) Different regiments of the armed forces, the paramilitary forces, the Home
Guards and the National Cadet Corps (NCC) perform march-past in the parade.
(e) The final event of the day is the motorcycle daredevil riders and a fly-past by
Indian Air Force fighter jets over Rajpath.
Q6 There is a popular saying in India – “कोस-कोस पर बदले पानी, चार कोस पर वाणी”. This
shows the variety of languages we have in India. According to a survey by the People’s
Linguistic Survey of India 2013, there are over 780 languages and 66 different scripts in
Skivakel Pariksha Adhyayan English: Class IX (2021)
India. The same of Arunachal Pradesh has the highest number of languages that is 901
As per the 2011 Cous, in India shere are about 122 languages, which are spoken by
more than 10.000 pople or from 72 are the scheduled languages English and Hindi
at the official languages of de union government. They are also ‘lick languages that
helps come with people from different parts of the country
(A)which stat of india has the highest number of languages ?
(i) Andhra Pradesh(ii)Bihar, (iii) Arunachal Pradesh, (iv) Kerala
(b) English and Pindis are the official languages of the union government
(c) How many languages and scripts are there in India, according to people`s Linguistic Survey of India ?
(d) How many scheduled languages are there is India ?
(e) Why are Engine and Hind also called ‘link languages’?
(iii) Aruachal pradesh
According to People’s Linguistic Survey of India, there are over 780 languagesand 66 different scripts in India.
There are 22 sdasduled languages is ladia.
English and Hind are also called ‘link languages because they help us
communicate with people from different parts of the country
Q7 I am your best friend. I can do many useful things for you. I can store all your
information I can mazo your accounts. I can add, subtract, divide and multiply any
mumbas I can save any mathematical problem very quickly. I can draw beautiful
pictures and design buildings. I can print letters, applications, notices, reports, dialogues,
me and can also make strative invitation cards for many occasions. You can play
games using me You can listen to music or watch videos. You can take tests and
check answers yourself. I am made up of the monitor, the keyboard, the printer, the
CPU (Central Processing Unity, and the mouse. I get commands from the mouse and the
keyboard. The CPU is my brain. The software is my heart. Without it I am completely
helpless. I show output on the monitor Do you know who I am ? I am the Computer!
(a) A computer can perform arithmetical operations like:
(i) add and subtract numbers, ii) add, subtract and divide numbers, (iii) add,subtract, divide and multiply numbers, (iv) None of these
b) A computer is helpless without the……..
(Fill in the blank)
(c( What is the computer made up of ?
(d) What as computer print ?
e) How is computer a source of entertainment?
(iii) add, subtract, divide and multiply numbers
The computer is made up of the monitor, the keyboard, the printer, the CPU(Centel Promsing Unity and the mouse.
A comper can primer applications, notices, reports, dialogues, etc.
computer is source of entertainment because we can play games, listen to
Q8 In 2006, Mark olie bom New Zealand climbed the tallest mountain of the world
dw Me Everest What was special about it? Every your many people climb Everest
But his story is differeol Inglis does not have both the legs. He became the first man
widow both due les to reach the top of the Mount Everest
Inglis lost his legs early He was working as a mountain guide in New Zealand. He
ww cut in #snowstorm. Inglis survived but both his legs had to be cut off
Inglis, climbed Everest with artificial limbs specially made for climbing. He joined
• small list of dimbers, including a blind American and a Sherpa without both hands,
who overcame disabilities to climb the Everest
Inglis is also professional ski guide, and a cyclist he won a silver medal in the
2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney. He also helps other people with disabilities.
(a) Mark Inglis hails from Australia, (True/False)
(b) Inglis won a silver medal in the 2000 Paralympic Games in:
(i)London, (ii) Sydney,(iii) Shanghai, (iv) India,
(c) What was special about Inglis’ achievement
(d) How did Mark Inglis lose his legs?
(e) Whom did Inglis join to climb the Everest?
Inglis did not have both the legs, Inglis’ achievement was special because hebecame the first man without both the legs to reach the top of Mount Everest
When Mark Inglis was working as a mountain guide in New Zealand, he wascaught in a snowstorm in which he survived but both his legs had to be cut
Inglis joined a small list of climbers, including a blind American and a Sherpawithout both hands, who overcome disabilities to climb the Everest