Teachoo Sample Paper 2 - English Class 12

[Reading] Question 1 (i)

Question 1 (ii) Important

Question 1 (iii)

Question 1 (iv)

Question 1 (v)

Question 1 (vi) Important

Question 1 (vii)

[Reading] Question 2 (i)

Question 2 (ii)

Question 2 (iii)

Question 2 (iv) Important

Question 2 (v)

Question 2 (vi)

Question 2 (vii)

[Writing Notice] Question 3 (A) Important

[Writing Notice] Question 3 (B)

[Writing Invitation] Question 4 (A)

[Writing Invitation] Question 4 (B)

[Writing Article] Question 5 (A) Important

[Writing Article] Question 5 (B)

[Writing Letter] Question 6 (A)

[Writing Letter] Question 6 (B) Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 7 (A) - i

Question 7 (A) - ii

Question 7 (A) - iii

Question 7 (A) - iv Important

Question 7 (A) - v

Question 7 (A) - vi

Question 7 (A) - vii Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 7 (B) - i

Question 7 (B) - ii

Question 7 (B) - iii Important

Question 7 (B) - iv

Question 7 (B) - v Important

Question 7 (B) - vi

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 8 (A) - i

Question 8 (A) - ii Important

Question 8 (A) - iii

Question 8 (A) - iv

Question 8 (A) - v

Question 8 (A) - vi Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 8 (B) - i

Question 8 (B) - ii

Question 8 (B) - iii Important

Question 8 (B) - iv

Question 8 (B) - v

Question 8 (B) - vi Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 9 (A) - i

Question 9 (A) - ii

Question 9 (A) - iii

Question 9 (A) - iv

Question 9 (A) - v Important

Question 9 (A) - vi

Question 9 (A) - vii Important

[Literature - Extract Question] Question 9 (B) - i

Question 9 (B) - ii

Question 9 (B) - iii

Question 9 (B) - iv

Question 9 (B) - v

Question 9 (B) - vi Important

[Literature] Question 10 (i) You are here

Question 10 (ii)

Question 10 (iii) Important

Question 10 (iv)

Question 10 (v)

Question 10 (vi)

[Literature] Question 11 (i)

Question 11 (ii)

Question 11 (iii) Important

[Literature] Question 12 (i)

Question 12 (ii)

[Literature] Question 13 (i) Important

Question 13 (ii)

What is the message that the author wants to convey through the stories of Saheb and Mukesh?

Answer as written by the student:

The author wants to convey the message that poverty and exploitation have robbed the children of their childhood and their dreams. The author also wants to show the contrast between Saheb, who has lost his freedom and hope, and Mukesh, who has the courage and ambition to pursue his dream

Step-by-step explanation of the answer:

To answer a message question, you have to look for clues that tell you what the author’s purpose or intention is in writing the stories. 🚩

  • Sometimes, the clues are words that express the author’s opinion or perspective, such as criticize, praise, suggest, or warn. For example, “The author criticizes the social system that oppresses the children.”
  • Other times, the clues are words that express the emotions or feelings of the characters or the readers, such as happy, sad, angry, or scared . For example, “The author makes us feel sad for the children who have no joy in their lives.”
  • In this extract, the clues are words that express the emotions or feelings of the characters and the readers, such as lost, resigned, unhappy, carefree, ambitious, and determined. 🎭
  • The author uses these words to describe the situations and personalities of Saheb and Mukesh, who are two children living in poverty and exploitation . The author also uses these words to make us empathize with their struggles and aspirations. 💔

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