Mp Board 11th English September Masik Test paper

Mp Board 11th English (अंगेजी) September Masik Test paper Solution 2021| 11वी अंगेजी मासिक टेस्ट पेपर हल

11 English September Masik Test 

नमस्कार दोस्तों, आज हम आपके लिए Class 11th का मासिक टेस्ट(Masik Test) Solution लेकर आए हैं। दोस्तों अगर आपको Class 11th के सभी Subject का Masik Test) Solution चाहिए तो आप इस पोस्ट को पूरा अवश्य पढ़ें। हम आपके लिए Class 11th के English मासिक टेस्ट के सभी प्रश्नों के उत्तर उपलब्ध करवाएंगे।

Chapter-4 landscape of the soul Hornbill  

Q-Notice these expression in the text. Infer their meaning from the context.


illusionistic likeness

Delicate realism

Conceptual space

Figurative painting


Anecdote: from the text, the meaning of anecdote can be inferred as a short account of a particular incident or event, especially of an interesting or exciting nature.

Delicate realism: it refers to the alluring quality of the Earth which makes it seem real. It is an interest in aur concern for the actual or real as opposed to abstract.

Illusionistic likeness: it refers to an adjective of the technique of using pictoriall methods in order to deceive the eye. The reference is to an illusion created by the same balance of something.

Figurative painting: a figurative painting refers to the metaphoric representation of a piece of art, Jodha eyes of the creators imagination.

Conceptual space: it refers to relation with the abstract then the factual representation. This is the incalculable dimension of the understanding of concepts.

Understanding the text


(i) Contrast the Chinese view of art with the European view with examples.

(ii) Explain the concept of shanshui.


(i) The Chinese painting are based on imagenative, inner or spiritual approach whereas the European paintings reproduce an actual view, of an external or real object. The paintings of Wu daozi and mater painters of Illustarte the difference.

(ii) Shanshui, meaning "mountain-water" refers to a style of Chinese painting that involves natural landscapes, the landscape which is an inner one, a spiritual and conceptual space. It represents the two complementary poles reflecting the the daoist view of the universe.


(i) What do you understand by the terms 'outsider art' and 'art brut' or 'raw art'?

(ii) Who was the 'untutored genius who created a Paradise' and what is the nature of his contribution to art?


(i) 'outsiders art' refers to those art who have no right to be artists as they have received the formal training yet so talent and artistic insight. 'Art brut' or 'raw art' are the works of art in their raw state as regards cultural and artistic influences.

(ii) The 'untutored genius' who created 'paradise' was Nek Chand, an 80-years old creative director who made the world famous Rock garden at Chandigarh. His was an 'outsider art' in which he sculpted with stone and recycled materials. He used anything and everything from a tin to a sink to a broken down car to from an artistic piece. One of his famous creation are 'women by the waterfall'.

Taking about the text

Discuss the following statements in groups of four.

1. "The imperial may rule over the territory he was conquered, but only the artist knows the way with in".

Ans. This sentence explains the fact that even though an emperor might rule and entire Kingdom and have power over his conquered territory, only an artist would be able to go beyond any material appearance. He knows both the path and the method of the  mysterious work of the universe. True meaning of his work can be seen only by means known to him, irrespective of how powerful an emperor is.

2. "The landscape is an inner one a spiritual and conceptual space".

Ans. This phrase explains the Chinese art from where a Chinese painter wants you to enter his mind rather than borrow his eyes. This is a physical as well as a mental participation. It is a landscape created by the artist to travel up and down, and back again, through the viewer's eyes. The landscape is not 'real' and can be reached from any point.

Thinking about the language

1. Find out the correlates of Yin and Yang in other cultures.

Ans. The Indian culture Lays stress on Nature and God. Nature is the 'yen' or female part whereas God the creator, is the male part. This concept also known as 'Maya' aur 'Brahma' the combination of two creators the whole world, all it objects and also inhabitants.

2. What is the language spoken in flanders?

Ans. French language spoken in flanders which is a region in Belgium.

Working with words

1. The following common words are used in more than one sense.

Panel, studio, brush, essence, material

Examine the following sets sentences to find out what the words, 'panel' and 'essence' mean in different contexts.


(i) The Masks from Bawa village in Mali look like long panel of decorated wood.

(ii) Judge H. Hobart Grooms told the jury panel he had heard the reports.

(iii) the panel is laying the the groundwork for an international treaty.

(iv) The glass panels of the window were broken.

(v) Through the many round tables, workshops and panel discussion, a consensus was reached.

(vi) The sink in the hinged panel above the bunk drains in to the head.


(i)  boards of decorated wood

(ii) Groups of man selected to give unanimous verdict on a legal case.

(iii) group of experts

(iv) window panes

(v) group discussions

(vi) a flat board fixed with a hinge

NCERT Solutions For Class 11th English Hornbill Landscape of the Solution


(i) Their repetitive structure must have taught the people around the great composer the essence of music.

(ii) Part of the answer is in the preposition; but the essence is in the meaning.

(iii) The implications of these schools of thought are of practical essence for the teacher.

(iv) They had added vanilla essence to the pudding.


(i) The most important quality of something that makes it what it is.

(ii) the main part

(iii) practical importance

(iv) liquid taken from vanilla that contains its smell and taste in very strong form.

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