Class 10th English Half Yearly Paper 2022-Mp Board |10वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2022

Class 10th English Half Yearly Paper 2022-Mp Board |10वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2022  

Class 10th English Half Yearly Paper 2022-Mp Board: एमपी बोर्ड में कक्षा नवी की अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षाएं शुरू होंने बाली है।सभी छात्र Class 10th English Half Yearly Paper 2022-23 की तैयारी में जुटे हुए है।इस पोस्ट मे आपको 10th English Mp Board 2022-23 ke Important Questions और Modal Paper 2023 के लिए देने वाले है।

अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 की तैयारी कैसे करें

अब सभी छात्रों के मन में यह सवाल अवश्य उठा रहा होगा कि अर्द्ध वार्षिक परीक्षा की तैयारी कैसे करें। अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 में सिलेबस कितना पूछा जाएगा। अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 का सिलेबस में कितने क्वेश्चन पूछे जाएंगे इन सभी सवालों का जवाब आपको इस पोस्ट में मिलने वाला है इसलिए इस पोस्ट को लास्ट तक अवश्य पढ़ें।

अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 का सिलेबस कहां से डाउनलोड करें

अधिकतर छात्रों के मन में यह दुविधा रहती है कि अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 का सिलेबस हम कैसे और कहां से डाउनलोड कर पाएंगे। और कुछ तो छात्रों को Syllabus मिल भी जाता है लेकिन वह को सही तरीके से समझ नहीं पाते हैं। उन्हें यह भी नहीं पता चल पाता कि इस चैप्टर से कितने ऑब्जेक्टिव क्वेश्चंस कितने प्रश्न पूछे जाने वाले हैं। छात्रों को यह समझ नहीं आता है कि किस पाठ से कितने अंक के प्रश्न पूछे जाएंगे। तो छात्रों आपको परेशान बिल्कुल नहीं होना है आज की यह पोस्ट आपको इन सभी जानकारियों के बारे में बताने  वाली है। नीचे सिलेबस की पीडीएफ दी गई है सबसे पहले आप सभी छात्र कक्षा 10वीं English अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा 2022 का सिलेबस डाउनलोड करें।

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Class 10th English Half Yearly Paper 2022-23 Mp Board

बता दें कि नीचे एक प्रश्न पत्र आपको अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा का दिया गया है जिसे अनुभवी शिक्षकों द्वारा बनाया गया है ।  यदि आप चाहते हैं कि आप अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा में टॉप करें तो आप वह मॉडल पेपर जो नीचे दिया गया है उस प्रश्न पत्र को जरूर पढ़ें यहां से आपके डायरेक्ट क्वेश्चन आपके अर्धवार्षिक परीक्षा में पूछे जाएंगे और बता दें यदि आप पूरे में से पूरे अंक लाना चाहते हैं तो आपको सभी सेट बताए जाएंगे और यदि जो बच्चा चाहता है कि पूरे मैं से पूरे अंक लाना तो आपको सभी सेट पढ़ना होगा और आपको यहां पर उन प्रश्नों के उत्तर भी बताए जाएंगे ।

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Half Yearly Examination 2022-23

Subject- English

Class- 10th

[Total No. of Questions: 22].                                               [Total No. of Printed Pages: 08]

Time: 3 Hours.                                                                                              [M.M: 75

Note: Attempt all questions.

Section- A: Reading 

1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below.

Emperor Ashoka was one of the earliest Indian monarchs who planted shady trees on roads and in public places. The Moghuls, too, realized the necessity of shade on the roads which the constructed. But there was no conscious planning; and the peepal, banyan and pakur trees were indiscrimi- nately mixed with neems, tamarinds and mahuas. It was only in Kashmir that they showed some preference for planning and planted magnificent avenues of chinar along the banks of the river Jhelum, which can be seen at their best at Gandhadbp and Matam on the way to Pahalgam.

A plantation plan for our national, state and district highways is urgently needed. At present, our roads are planted by the P.W.D. engineers who are ignorant of trees. Ultimately, the planting of new trees and replacement of dead trees is left to garden- ers alone who plant any tree which comes handy. The result has been unfortunate, and our roadside avenues have become a mixture of odd trees. 


1. who planted shady trees?                                                                                1

 (a)Sikandar                    (b) Ashoka

 (c) Maharana Pratap      (d) Haider Ali

2. The Moghuls planted the magnificent avenues  chinar in.                               1

(a)   Kashmir                 (b) Karnataka

(c)    Kerala                   (d) Kanyakumari

3. Who was Ashoka?                                                                                          1

(a) a gardener           (b) Indian monarch

(c) Indian film actor   (d) none of these

4. Which plants were planted along the bank of river Jhelum?                           1

(a) neem                  (b) people

(c) banyan               (d) chinar

5. At present our roads are planted by.                                                           . 1

(a)S.D.O                  (b) P.W.D

(c) forest dept          (d) teachers

Ans- 1-(b), 2(a), 3-(b), 4-(d), 5-(b)

2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below:

Garbage is a great environmental hazard. It comes from various sources used paper, Tiffin packing, plastic bags, ice-cream wrappers, bottle caps, fallen leaves from trees and many more. Garbage makes the premises ugly, unkempt and breeds dis- eases. A lot of trash that is thrown away contains material that can be recycled and reused such as paper, metals and glass which can be sent to the nearest recycling centre or disposed of to the junk dealer. It also contains organic matter such as leaves which can enrich soil fertility. A compost pit can be made at a convenient location where the refuse can be placed with layers of soil and an occasional sprinkling of water. This would help decomposition to make valuable fertilizer. This would also prevent pollution that is usually caused by burning such organic waste.


1. Leaves can enrich fertility.                                                        1

(a) water.                       (b) soil

(c) air.                            (d) human body

2. Give a great environmental hazard-.                                        1

(a) Water pollution.        (b) Air pollution

(c) Garbage.                  (d) All of these 

3. Garbage makes premises                                              .         1

(a) Clean.                      (b) Ugly

(c) beautiful.                  (d) dry

4. We can dispose garbage to a-.                                                1

(a) Grocer.                    (b) Book seller 

(c) Vender.                    (d) Junk dealer

5. Garbage can be reused by-.                                                   1

(a) re-selling.                (b) recycling

(c) repairing.                 (d) renovating 

Ans. 1. (b) 2. (c) 3. (b) 4. (d) 5. (b)

Section- B: Writing 

3. Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below:

Discipline is necessary in life. A man without discipline can achieve nothing worthwhile in life. Discipline is the very condition of progress, stability and strength. Discipline is necessary in all walks of human life. Without discipline there will be disorders and lawlessness in a civilized society. We cannot live without having some regards for the welfare of others. Respect for authority is the basis of discipline. Children must obey their parents. In schools and colleges, there must be disci- pline, otherwise education will suffer. We find evidence of discipline all

around us even in the world of nature and the world of animal, discipline loses nothing but it wins a lot. Discipline helps us to safeguard our interests and restrains us from missing our liberty.

Ans- Notes:

Title: Necessity of Discipline 

(a) Condition of progress

(b) in all sphere of life

(c) obey your parents

(d) it wins a lot

(e) Safeguard to us

Summary: Discipline is necessary in life. We can't acheive anything without it. The mob without discipline is lice a lawless mob. The discipline must be all around us even in the world of nature.

Q.4 you are Mansi shrivtastav studying in Government High. school Chhindwara (M.P) write an application to your principal for school leaving certificate/ transfer certificate


You are deepansh. Write a letter to your friend inviting him to attend the marriage ceremony of your sister.

Q. 5 write a paragraph on any one of the following topics.

(i) COVID- 19 

(ii) importance of trees

(iii) online education

(iv) important of English

Q.6 on the basis of the picture given below describe how we can prevent ourselves from COVID- 19

Section- C: Grammar

Q.7 fill in the blanks choosing the correct alternative given(any five)

(i) how …. sugar do you tag in tea? (Much/Many)

(ii).... Ganga is a  sacred river (a/an/the)

(iii) the earth… around the sun (Moves/Move)

(iv) his father is…  M.L.A.(a/an/the)

(v)..... you work hard you will pass (if/unless)

(vi) there is not …. water in the pool(some/any/Many)

(vii) ….  I take your pen?(can/may/used)

Ans- i- much, ii- the, iii- Moves, iv- an, v- if, vi- any, vii- may

Q.8 Do as Directed.(do any 5)

(i) the tea is too to drink (rewrite the sentence using so….that)

(ii) work hard you will fail in the exam (combine the sentence using 'or')

(iii) unless you work hard, you won't passs.(use if in place of unless)

(iv) she shut the door (change into negative)

(v) He teachers Hindi (change the sentence into passive voice)

(vi) Delhi is larger than Bhopal (rewrite the sentence using 'positive degree')

(vii) he has taken tea (change into interrogative)


(i) tea is so hot that I can not drink 

(ii) work hard or you will send the exam

(iii) if you work hard, you will pass 

(iv) she did not shutt the door.

(v) Hindi is taught by him.

(vi) Gopal is not as large as Delhi.

(vii) has he taken tea?


Section 'D'

Q.9 choose the correct and option

और नया पुराने

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