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Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Exam Paper 2024

Board Name UP Board [UPMSP]Session 2023-24
Class 10th [Highschool]SubjectEnglish 
Maximum Marks70Passing Marks33.33%

UP Board Model Paper 2024


Class -10th (Only Paper)

Time: 3 hr. 15 mins.]                                          [M.M.: 70]



(Multiple Choice Questions)

(Q.1-3) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow, choosing the correct og option:

       The most astonishing aspect of all Indus cities was their advanced system of town planning within the thick outer walls- probably, a defence against flooding-large blocks of house were separated by a grid of broad roads. House were terraced; they varied in size, but were all designed around an inner courtyard, usually with a staircase leading to an upper floor. Much of the daily life of the citizens took place in the courtyard, as it does in Indian Homes today.

         The people were fastidious about personal hygiene. The house contained bathrooms and often brick lavatories, which were connected to a system of drains which followed the routes of the streets, punctuated by manholes, gutters and wells. The house contained slight trace of elaborate woodwork and the plastered walls and floors may have been painted or covered with mats and hangings. Finds of jewellery vivacious figurines, and lively painted pottery show that the Indus people did not lack artistic imagination or colour in their daily lives. But these seem to have been little room for more permanent, secular or even religious art, only sparse evidence of which has survived.


  1. What was surprising aspect of Indus cities?

(a) city planning

(b) beautiful villages

(c) cleaned towns

(d) big rooms

  1. The lives of Indus people were full of: (a) artistic imagination or colour

(b) sorrow and grief

(c) disturbance

(d) mis-happenings

3.or water supply, people of the Indus used……..

(a) wells

(b) lake

(c) canal

(d) tank

(Q.4-8) Choose the correct option to answer the following:

  1. The doctor……… before the patient died.

(a) come

(b) came

(c) had come

(d) has come

  1. We must help poor.

(a) a

(b) an

(c) the

(d) none of these

  1. There are some books in his bag. (Parts of speech underlined word)

(a) Noun

(b) Adjective

(c) Verb

(d) Conjunction


  1. Rearrange the word clusters to make a

meaningful sentence.

    and here come down sit.

(a) Come here and sit down.

(b) Down come and sit here

(c) Sit here and come down

(d) Sit and come down here.

  1. Complete the spelling:

     (a) ee             (b) ea

     (c) ae             (d) ie.

(Q.9-10) Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow:

    I finished my poem and it was beautiful! It was about a mother duck and a father swan with three baby ducklings who were bitten to death by the father because they quacked too much. Luckily, Mr. Keesing took the joke the right way. He read the poem to the class, adding his own comments and to several other classes as well. Since then I’ve been allowed to talk and haven’t been assigned any extra homework.

     On the contrary, Mr. Keesing’s always making jokes these days.

  1. Who wrote the poem?

(a) Anne Frank

(b) Miss Mason

(c) Mr. Keesing

(d) Margot

  1. What did the father swan do the ducklings?

(a) The father swan taught his ducklings swimming

(b) The father swan taught his ducklings fishing

(c) The father swan bit his duckling to death

(d) The father swan cut his duckling to pieces.

(Q.11-13) Based on your understanding of Prose lessons, choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

  1. Who is the author of the lesson ‘A Letter to God’?

(a) Anne Frank

(b) G.L. Fuentes

(c) Lokesh Abrol

(d) Anton Chekhov

  1. A man who takes away another man’s freedom is a…….. of hatred:

(a) victim

(b) prisoner

(c) possessor

(d) oppressor

  1. In ……..the baker used to be a friend, companion and guide:

(a) Goa

(b) Mumbai

(c) Coorg

(d) Assam

(Q.14-15) Read the following extract and answer the questions that follow:

    The fog comes

    on little cat feet,

    its sites looking

    over harbour and city

     on silent haunches

     and then moves on,

  1. ‘It’ refers to:

(a) the harbour

(b) the fog

(c) the cat

(d) the poet

  1. Where does ‘it’ settle over?

(a) the harbour and city

(b) the city

(c) the harbour

(d) none of these

(Q.16-20) Based on your understanding of the Prose lessons in the book ‘Moments’, choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

  1. Anil made money by:

(a) working hard

(b) earning commission

(c) foul way

(d) fits and starts

  1. Which book told how monarch butterflies migrate to Central America?

(a) The Travels of Monarch X

(b) Our Butterflies in Central America

(c) Monarch or Milkweed

(d) Brush Footed Butterflies

  1. To pay the debt, M and Mme Loisel had to work hard for:

(a) ten years

(b) five years

(c) eight years

(d) seven years

  1. The bedroom chair of Mrs Hall:

(a) began to move

(b) became alive

(c) began to rise up

(d) began to leap

  1. When Ramlal said to Bholi, “What shall we do with you?”, Bholi answered that:

(a) she would serve him and her mother

(b) she would marry with another man

(c) she would get higher education

(d) she would start a business


(Descriptive Questions)

  1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below:

    Remember the words of the immortal Helen Keller, “I will not just live my life. I will not just spend my life. I will invest my life.” When you invest your life in the personalities of others, you make the wisest investment of all. When you invest your life in teaching young people to choose good over evil, to seek excellence instead of mediocrity, and to set goals worthy of their highest efforts, and loftiest dreams, you enrich eternity. When you invest your life in destroying pain and suffering, helping the ill and the aged, you merit beside the angles. When you invest your life in lifting the fallen, in feeding the hungry, you achieve what your creator asked you to become-person of compassionate love and wise generosity.


  1. What is the wisest investment of all?

  2. When does a man enrich eternity?

  3. Find the word from the passage which means ‘merciful’.

  4. Find the word from the passage which is opposite in meaning to the word ‘meanness’.

  5. (a) Rewrite the following by changing into indirect speech:

     He said to me. ” Please help me”.

(b) Change the following into passive voice:

     Have they helped you?

(c) Punctuate the following:

     why did mohan go to Delhi on Sunday morning


(d) Translate the following into English.

वृक्ष हमारे देश की अमूल्य निधि हैं। वृक्ष हमें केवल ईधन व फल ही नहीं देते बल्कि वे हमें इमारती लकड़ी भी देते हैं। हमें अधिक से अधिक पेड़ लगाने चाहिए। अनावश्यक रूप से पेड़ों को नहीं काटना चाहिए।

  1. Answer the following questions in about 25 words each:

(a) Why did Lencho write a letter to God?


What promoted Anne Frank to keep a diary?

(b) How did the baker, known as pader, announce his arrival?


What did Valli do after she got into bus?

  1. Answer any one of the following questions in about 60 words:

(a) Imagine yourself to be Rajvir. Write a diary note describing your experience on way to Dhekiabari.

(b) Give a character-sketch of Anne.

  1. Where are the trees in the poem? What do their. roots, their leaves and their twigs do?


Write four lines from any poem prescribed in your syllabus. (Do not copy the lines given in the questions paper).

  1. Write the Central Idea of one of the following poems:

(a) A Tiger in the Zoo

(b) Fire and Ice

  1. Answer any one of the questions in 30-40 words:

(a) Why was Mrs. Pumphrey worried about tricki?

(b) What did Loisels do to replace the necklace?

  1. Answer any one of the following questions in about 60 words:

(a) “Griffin was rather a lawless person.” Comment.

(b) How did Richard Ebright’s mother help him?

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