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Govt. Elementary School Chak No. 155 J.B. Teh. Bhowana.

November
Part - A (Objective) Test
Part A = 48 Marks, Part B = 52 Marks, Total = 100 Marks English 8th

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Total Marks
MCQs
Roll No. Total Marks
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Part A (Close Ended
Time Allowed: 1 Hour
Questions)
General Instructions:
1) Thirty-two (32) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are given in this part. Each question carries 1.5 marks.
2) Read carefully and attempt all questions.
3) Encircle the correct option with Blue/Black ink as shown in the example below.
Example: He likes to ________ football.
a) Play b) Played
c) Plays d) Playing
4) If no option or more than one option is encircled, no marks will be given.
Q. No. 1. He can cross the river ______.
a) Yourself b) Himself
c) Herself d) Myself
Q. No. 2. This is the man whom I know well.
a) Whom b) Which
c) Who d) Whose
Q. No. 3. I want to meet you just now. The infinitive used in the above sentence is.
a) Want b) You
c) To meet d) Just now
Q. No. 4. If you work hard, you ________. Correct option to complete the above sentence is.
a) Pass b) Are pass
c) Passed d) Will pass
Q. No. 5. The committee passed two bills yesterday. The collective noun in the above sentence is.
a) Committee b) Bills
c) Passed d) Yesterday
Q. No. 6. This is the _________ than your watch.
a) Most beautiful b) More beautiful
c) The most beautiful d) The beautiful
Q. No. 7. The sentence with correct use of neither/nor is:
a) Neither he was refusing nor accepting the offer. b) Neither was refusing nor accepting the offer.
c) He was neither refusing nor accepting the offer. d) He neither was refusing nor accepting the offer.
Q. No. 8. All of the following sentences are active voice accept:
a) She recites a poem. b) My teacher likes me.
c) My room was decorated. d) You like tea.
Q. No. 9. You ______ your work now.
a) Are doing b) Does
c) Did d) Is doing
Q. No. 10. She is afraid ______ a buffalo.
a) At b) Of
c) With d) From
Q. No. 11. I want ____ milk.
a) Much b) Little
c) Some d) Any
Q. No. 12. He said to her, I can not help you. Indirect of the above sentence is.
a) He told her that I could not help him. b) He told that he can not help her.
c) He told her that he would not help me. d) He told her that he could not help her.
Q. No. 13. Sitting beside me was a student ______book had been stolen.
a) Whose b) When
c) Which d) That
Q. No. 14. I have been studying ____ 4 o clock. Select the correct option.
a) For b) Since
c) From d) During
Q. No. 15. When I reached home, the dog ______the beggars clothes.
a) Is torn b) Has torn
c) Had torn d) Tore

Q. No. 16. The correct noun the verb practice is.


a) Practision b) Practices
c) Practing d) Practice
Q. No. 17. Lamboo was a cook by profession, profession means.
a) Work b) Servant
c) Gole d) Vocation
Q. No. 18. He is a wise boy. Which degree of adjective is used in this sentence?
a) Comparative b) Positive
c) Superlative d) Both a and b
Read the passage carefully and answer the Q. No. 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23.
When the woodcutter and his wife arrived home early that afternoon they had found ten silver coins waiting for them. This was a debt
that they had long forgotten about. At the sight of so much money the woodcutters wife wept for joy. But when she remembered that
she would never see her boys again, all her joy vanished and she began to sob. what use was that money to her now, She thought.
Q. No. 19. When the woodcutters wife thought that her boys were no more with them, her joy:
a) Increase b) Decreased
c) Disappeared d) Changed
Q. No. 20. According to the passage parents joy lies in their:
a) House b) Children
c) Money d) Things
Q. No. 21. What was the cause of the mothers sadness?
a) Debt to pay b) Hunger for many days
c) Absence of her boys d) Less money
Q. No. 22. Money alone is not sufficient to become:
a) Proud b) Happy
c) Helpful d) Rich
Q. No. 23. All her joy vanished and she began to _____.
a) Feel comfort b) Sob
c) Weep d) Cry
Read the passage carefully and answer the Q. No. 24, 25, 26, and 27.
Over speeding is most crucial factor causing fatalities or injuries in road accidents. Speed limits are specified for different roads. The
drivers are required to drive their vehicles within given speed limits and should reduce speed near schools, colleges, hospitals, urban
areas and during inclement weather conditions. Violations of prescribed speed limits not only endangers lives of road users, but can
also invoke penalties and legal action under traffic laws.
Q. No. 24. The word reduce means:
a) Bring low b) Bring high
c) Bring up d) Bring back
Q. No. 25. The most crucial factor causing fatalities or injuries in road accidents is:
a) Over speeding b) Bad roads
c) Ignoring from traffic rules. d) Old vehicles
Q. No. 26. The drivers are required to reduce the speed near:
a) School b) Colleges
c) Hospitals d) All of these
Q. No. 27. This paragraph is about:
a) Over speeding and rash driving b) Non-wearing of helmets
c) Violating traffic signals d) Use of mobile phones while driving
Read the passage carefully and answer the Q. No. 28, 29, 30, 31and 32.
Uncle I have decided to go in for medicine if I get a good position. The medical profession is valued a lot as a person gets a chance to
serve humanity. If, however, I dont get good marks, I may go into business or agriculture after my matriculation. Whatever your plans
are for life Qasim, your English has to be good. Our standards in English have fallen badly and thats misfortune. We should know that
English has become an international language and the language of science and technology.
Q. No. 28. The main theme of the passage is about the importance of:
a) English b) Medicines
c) Science d) Business
Q. No. 29. According to the passage English is the language of science and technology, so we should:
a) Study science b) Improve English
c) Use technology d) Take agriculture
Q. No. 30. The word misfortune means.
a) Band news b) Bad luck
c) Bad behavior d) Bad day
Q. No. 31. According to Qasims Uncle, our misfortune is:
a) Wide spread study of business b) Too much focus on medicine
c) Low standard of English d) Less attention to agriculture
Q. No. 32. To go in medicine, it depends on ______.
a) Learning English b) Studying hard
c) Hard working d) Getting good marks

Govt. Elementary School Chak No. 155 J.B. Teh. Bhowana. November
Part - A (Subjective) Test
Part A = 48 Marks, Part B = 52 Marks, Total = 100 Marks English

Stud
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Q. No. Marks Signature of Examiner
Roll No. 33
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Superintendent
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Signature Total
Part B (Open Ended Questions) Time Allowed: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
General Instructions:
1) Read carefully and attempt all questions.
2) A question can consist of two or more parts.
3) No additional pages will be given for writing.
Q. No.33. Computer has revolutionized this world and everything possible. Write ten lines on computer. Marks (10)
Following hints may give you some ideas but you are free to use your own ideas.
Write its introduction
Write about its parts
Write about its importance
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Q. No.34. Your friend has passed 8th class examination with high marks. Write a letter to him congratulating him on his remarkable success.
Use correct punctuation, grammar and spelling. Marks (6)
Following hints may give you some ideas but you are free to use your own ideas.
Importance of exams.
Appreciate his success?
Future advice.
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Q. No.35. Write a story using the following the moral Do good and have good. Write a suitable title of the story. Use correct punctuation, grammar and spelling.
Marks (10)
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Q. No.36. Read the following paragraph and answer the Q. No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Marks (10)
A) Using mobile phone while driving is a potentially dangerous act, which can cause serious accidents. It diverts drivers attention. We should avoid mobiles
phones while driving and discourage others from doing it as it is prohibited under traffic laws.
B) Wearing seat belts by drivers and passengers in a vehicle can save lives. Non wearing of seat belts is also punishable under traffic laws. During an accident,
seat belt can reduce the risk of fatal injuries by 50-60 %.

a) What is main discussion in paragraph A?


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b) What is the risk of using mobile phone while driving?
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c) What is main discussion in paragraph B?
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d) What is advantage of wearing of seat belt?
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e) To what extant seat belt can save in case of accident?
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Q. No.37. Part (a). Read the following passages carefully and translate into Urdu. Marks (6)
a) The telephone was a great invention. The whole world received it, when it was invented, with a sense of surprise, awe and admiration.
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b) Majority of victims of road accidents, unfortunately, are young people below 30 years of age. Moreover, indiscipline on road leads to traffic jams and
congestions, which reflects negatively on us as a nation.
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c) In a dewdrop crystal bright; In a pitcher frosty-cold;
In a bubble pink and gold; in a happy summer sea; Just as green as green can be,
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Q. No.37. Part (b). Kamran has lost his mobile phone. Akaash asks him where his phone is? Write a dialogue between Kamran and Akaash about mobile phone. Use
correct punctuation, grammer and spelling. Total Marks (10)
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Keys to MCQs
MCQ MCQ
Answer Answer
No. No.
1 b 17 a
2 a 18 b
3 c 19 c
4 d 20 b
5 a 21 c
6 b 22 b
7 c 23 b
8 d 24 a
9 a 25 a
10 b 26 d
11 c 27 a
12 d 28 a
13 a 29 b
14 b 30 b
15 c 31 c
16 d 32 d