RBSC 10th English Model Paper 2022 Download

 Model Question Paper Exam — 2022

Class 10th Model Paper 2022



1. Candidate must write first his/her Roll No. on the question paper compulsorily.

2. All the questions are compulsory.

3. Write the answer to each question in the given answer book only.

4. For questions having more than one part the answers to those parts are to be written together in




1. Read the following passage and answer the questions:

Gandhiji’s great aim in life was to improve the condition of the poor and suffering people and to add people in

any way he could, but always without using force. He was against every sort of evil, no matter of what kind.

When he tried to find out about the conditions among the poor farm workers, the people crowded around him

by the hundreds. When the police ordered Gandhiji to leave the place, he refused and in the court he explained

why he could not obey. Then he asked the court to punish him for breaking the law. The court did not know what

verdict to give in such a case and so let him go free.

(i) Gandhiji was against: 1

(A) Non violence (B) the poor and the rich (C) all evils d (D) none of these

(ii) Gandhiji was ordered to leave the place by the: 1

(A) Magistrate (B) British officer (C) police (D)none of these

(iii) To improve the condition of the poor Gandhiji did not want to use: 1

(A) Force (B) smile (C) corruption (D) law

(iv) Fill in the blanks 1

Gandhiji asked to punish because he WA… the law. (Stole/ broken)

(v) Write the answer of the followings:

A. What was Gandhiji is great aim in life?

B. When did the farm workers crowd around Gandhiji?

2. Read the following passage and answer the questions:

From the beginning, children should be allowed to develop in their own natural happy way within the control of

parental love, guidance and care and without too much pressure. A change of some conventional parental

attitudes may help to prevent many cases of drug dependence and other adolescence problems.

We should also understand our parental responsibilities to the World environment. Remember that the living

space of this world is limited and we must leave enough space for our future generation to live happily. To

achieve that aim, we must practice family planning and limit the birth rate by having only one or two children per

couple. Between each birth there should be a gap of three or four years so that each child is not deprived of the

right to sufficient parental love and care. Family planning really means family welfare, as it helps to keep women

healthy enough to contribute to a happy home environment. A happy healthy mother is a key to the welfare of

the whole family.

The mind is most important in the maintenance of positive health. To develop a healthy mind it is important to

learn to relax properly and to develop ways to deal with day to day stress. Many diseases such as high blood

pressure and some heart problems are thought to be released to stress, so by using relaxation, techniques you

may avoid many health problems.

However, even when we enjoy good health, diseases may occur. According to international statics, each person

is at risk of becoming sick or injured about twice a year on average. It is important to deal with any sickness or

injury in a realistic and intelligent way without panic.

(i) What should we also understand? 1

(A) Parental responsibilities (B) parental control (C) parental pressure (D) parental scolding

(ii) Who is a key to the welfare of the whole family? 1

(A) ahappy healthy mother (B) a happy healthy father (C) a happy healthy grandmother (D) a happy healthy


(iii) What is the most important in the maintenance of positive health? 1

(A) Mind (B) body (C) hands (D) feet

(iv) How may you avoid many healthy problems? 1

(A) Family planning (B) reduce birth rate (C) by using relaxation techniques(D) none of these

(v) What do you understand by family planning? 1

(A) Agap between each birth (B) family welfare (C) control death rate (D) healthy family

(vi) Fill in the blanks:

We must leave enough space for our future generationsS……..ee 1

Each child is not deprived of the right to sufficient parental 1

(vii) Write similar words of the following words from the passage: 1+1=2

(A) Liability (B) Illness


3. Choose the correct form of the verb:

(i) The sun… in the west. (Set) 1

(A) Set(B) Sets (C)Hasset (D) Had set

(ii) Listen! Someone … to open the gate. (Try) 1

(A) Are trying (B) Tries (C)Hastried (D) Is trying 1

(iii) The children all the afternoon. (Sleep)

(A) Are sleeping (B) Sleeps (C)Haveslept (D) Sleep

(iv) India. freedom in 1947. (Get) 1

(A) Gets (B) Got (C)hasgot (D) was getting

4. Change the following sentences into indirect speech:

(i) She said,” | shall do my work.” 1

(ii) Father said to me,” Do you not obey me?” 1

5. Combine the following pairs of sentences:

This is the teacher. He teaches US English (who) 1

The place is neat. We live there. (Where) 1

6. Change the following sentences into passive voice:

I don’t know him. 1

Someone is following us. 1

7. Frame question to get the following answer:

What. 1

They wanted to tell her that they were sorry.

8. Add Question – Tag to the statement given below: 1

lam late today,. 2

9. Fill in the blanks:

The road is dangerous. it is not repaired. (Yet/ so) 1

He has both time …………. money to play tennis. (and/but) 1

The table is so heavy it cannot be lifted. (Such/that) 1


Answer the following questions in 40 50 words:

10. Why was the twentieth century called the ‘Era of the Book’? (The Book That Saved The Earth) 2

11. Why does the narrator say,” | landed and was not sorry to walk away from the old Dakota.” (The black

aeroplane) 2

12. How is the leopard described by the poet? (How to tell wild animals) 2

13. What is common of a Spy as described in the story? (The midnight visitor) 2

14. Why was Sulekha called Bholi? (Bholi) 2

15. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

begin thinking about the subject while chewing the tip of my fountain pen. Anyone could ramble on and leave

big spaces between the words, but the trick was to come up with convincing arguments to prove the necessity of

talking. | thought and thought, and suddenly | had an idea. | wrote the three pages Mr. Keesing had assigned me

and was satisfied. | argued that talking is a student’s trait and that | would do my best to keep it under control,

but that | would never be able to cure myself of the habit since my mother talked as much as | did if not more,

and that there’s not much you can do about inherited traits.

(i) What did she want to prove and how? 2

(ii) What argument did she advance to prove her point? 2

16. Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

“Of those who, overcome by death, depart from life, a father cannot save his son, nor kinsmen their

relations. Mark! While relatives are looking on and lamenting deeply, one by one mortals are carried off, like

an ox that is led to the slaughter. So the world is afflicted with death and decay, therefore the wise do not

grieve, knowing the terms of the world.

“Not from weeping nor from grieving will anyone obtain peace of mind; on the contrary, his pain will be the

greater and his body will suffer. He will make himself sick and pale, yet the dead are not saved by his

lamentation. He who seeks peace should draw out the arrow of lamentation, and complaint, and grief. He

who has drawn out the arrow and has become composed will obtain peace of mind; he who has overcome

all sorrow will become free from sorrow, and be blessed.”

(i) Who can obtain the peace of mind? 2

(ii) What are the arrows as given in this passage? 2

17. Read the stanza given below and answer the questions that follow:

OR if some time when roaming round.

Anoble wild beast greets you,

With black stripes on a yellow ground,

Just notice if he eats you.

This simple rule may help you learn

This Bengal Tiger to discern.

(i) When can one know that if he is before a Bengal tiger? 2

(ii) What does the poet describe about the appearance of a Bengal tiger? 2

18. Read the stanza given below and answer the questions that follow:

They do not sweat and whine about their condition,

They do not lie awake in the dark and weep for their sins,

They do not make me sick discussing their duty to God,

(i) Can you find the bad qualities of man as given in these lines? 2

(ii) What good qualities of animals described in these lines? 2


Answer the following questions in hundred words:

19. What made Lencho feel the post office employees are a bunch of crooks? (A letter to God) 3


 What does Nelson Mandela mean by an extraordinary human disaster? (Nelson Mandela: Long walk to freedom)

20. Why and when did the narrator say that ‘Everything was going well – it was an easy flight’? (The Black

Aeroplane) 3


How is Wanda seen as different by the other girls? How do they treat her? (The hundred dresses – |)

21. how can one get peace of mind? (The Sermon at Benaras) 3


What do you think about and Anne’s talent for writing essays which she wrote convincingly, when punished by

the teacher? (From the Diary of Anne Frank)

22. Kindness can transform even a thief. How is it true in the case of Hari Singh? (The Thief’s story) 3


What was the cause of Matilda‘s ruin? How could she have avoided it? (The Necklace)


23. You are Viha living in Banswara. Write a letter to the Chairman, City counselling Banswara requesting him to

develop a public park in your area. 4


Write an E-Mail to your friends requesting them to share the syllabus for all subjects of

your class.

The E-Mail ID is: [email protected]

24. Write a story using the outline given below. Assign a suitable title and moral to it:

(Words Limit 150-200) 4

.saved……later o: hunter aims his gun…

..bee flies to the hunter…

dove flies off…

1 STINGS…..4-QUN GOCS Off..c.eeseesee aim missed……… loud



Write a story using the outline given below. Assign a suitable title and moral to it :

(Words Limit 150-200)

Fox……..invites a crane to dine with him.



..places flat dish containing soup…

. crane goes back hungry…….. next day crane invites the fox……

rane eats all and fox remains hungry.

..the fox laps it

…. places boiled rice in

25. Write a paragraph on the given visual — aid. (Words Limit 150-200) 4



Write A Paragraph On Online Education

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