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हेलो फ्रेंड्स अगर आप भी क्लास नाइंथ में पढ़ रहे हैं और अपनी परीक्षा की तैयारी के लिए मॉडल पेपर ढूंढ रहे हैं तो आप बिल्कुल सही जगह पर आए हैं क्योंकि इस पोस्ट में आज आपको हम इंग्लिश का मॉडल पेपर जो की बोर्ड के पाठ्यक्रम के आधार पर बना है उसका पीडीएफ उपलब्ध कराने जा रहे हैं ये आपकी परीक्षा की तैयारी में बहुत ही ज्यादा मदद करने वाला है। साथ ही अगर आप अपनी परीक्षा की तैयारी के लिए अन्य विषयों  के  मॉडल पेपर ढूंढ रहे हैं तो उन सब का पीडीएफ आपको हमारी वेबसाइट पर मिल जाएगा । इसके अलावा आपको हमारी वेबसाइट पर  कक्षा नौवीं से बारहवीं तक के सभी विषयों के महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न उत्तर , क्वेश्चन बैंक सॉल्यूशन , मॉडल पेपर पीडीएफ फॉर्म में मिल जाएगा , ये पूरी तरह से बोर्ड द्वारा आधारित पाठ्यक्रम पर है जो आपको परीक्षा की तैयारी में भरपूर सहयोग करने वाला है आप उसे हमारी वेबसाइट से डाउनलोड कर सकते हैं ।


     Annual Examination

               Class- 9

        Subject – English

Time: 3 Hr.15 Mins.                              mm:70


General Instructions:

(i) First 15 minutes are allotted to candidates for reading the question paper carefully.

(ii) All questions are compulsory.

(iii) This question paper is divided into two parts-Part-‘A’ and Part-‘B

(iv) Part ‘A’ consists of multiple choice questions.

There are 20 multiple choice questions carrying 1 mark each.

Read the question wise instructions and mark your answer on the given OMR sheet. Do not erase, cut or use whitener on the OMR sheet.

(v) Part ‘B’ consists of descriptive type questions.

(vi) Marks are indicated against each question.



Part – ‘A’    20 × 1 =20

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

Subhash Chandra Bose was a great leader of India. His countrymen called him ‘Netaji’ because he led them on the right path. He was imprisoned many times. But he soon found out that more efforts should be made to make India free. The British power was getting weaker in the Second World 4 War. He thought of shaking it from all sides.

One day, he escaped from Calcutta in the guise of a Pathan’ and went to Germany via Peshawar. From Germany, he went to Japan. He organised the Indian National Army that fought many battles against the British forces. He said to his countrymen “Give me blood and I will give you freedom”.

1. Who was Subhash Chandra Bose?

(a) great leader

(b) great teacher

(c) great scientist

(d) none of these


2. “Give me blood and I will give you freedom.” Who said this statement?

(a) Mahatma Gandhi

(b) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(c) Subhash Chandra Bose

(d) Moti Lal Nehru


3. Indian National Army’ was organised by-

(a) Subhash Chandra Bose

(b ) lokmanya tilak

(c) Jawahar Lal Nehru

(d) Mahatma Gandhi

Q.4-8) choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

4. if you don’t not any work you are–



(c ) laborious

(d) all of these


5. It has been raining……morning.

(a) from

(b) since

(c) for

(d) by


6. He……..me against eating junk food.


(b) told

(c ) suggested

(d) said


7.The sun rises…..the east.


(b) in

(c ) into


8.Can you give me ___ glass of water?


(b) an

(c ) the

(d) none of them


9. Read the passage given below and answer that follow:

RUSH hour crowds jostle for position on the underground train platform. A slight girl, looking younger than her seventeen years, was nervous yet excited as she felt the vibrations of the approaching train. It was her first day at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music in London and daunting enough for any teenager fresh from a Scottish farm. But this aspiring musician faced a bigger challenge than most: she was profoundly deaf.

(i) Who is the author of The Sound of Music?

(a) Deborah Crowley

(b) Robert Frost

(c ) John Updike

(d) Evelyn Glennie


(ii ) What does the word ‘Jostle’ mean?

(a) Force your way by pushing

(b) Request your way by pushing

(c) Wander aimlessly

(d) None of these


Q.N. 11-13) Choose the correct option to answer the following questions:


11. What was the problem with the girl?

(a)she was dumb

(b) she was lame

(c ) she was deaf

(d) she was crippled


12. At what age did Evelyn lose our hearing ability of first time to some extent?

(a) 7

(b) 8

(c ) 16

(d) 11


13. What nightmare did Kezia have?

(a) A giant with a knife

(b) A butcher with a knife and rope

(c) An accident across the countryside

(d) A dreadful smile of the Macdonalds


Q.N. 14-15) Read the given extract and choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

Away, away in the Northland,

Where the hours of the day are few,

And the nights are so long in winter

That they cannot sleep them through;

(i) Name the poem.

(a) A Legend of the Northland

 (b) Rain on the Roof

(c) The Road Not Taken

(d) Wind

(ii) Who is the poet of A Legend of the Northland?

(a) Ruskin bond

(b) Phoebe Cary

(c) Subramania Bharati

(d) Coates Kinney

(Q.N. 16-20) Choose the correct option to answer the following questions:

16.What should people do to make wind

friendly according to the poet ?

(a) Build strong homes

(b) Joint the doors firmly

(c) Disrespect the wind

(d) Both (a) and (b)


17.The poet describes wind as …..

(a) A creator

(b) A destroyer

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) Neither (a) nor (b)


18.What does the poem ‘Wind’ teach us?

(a) that one must be coward

(b) that one must shun one’s responsibilities

(c) that one must be brave enough to face all the obstacles of life

(d) Both (a) and (b)

19. The man lifted the child:

(a) high.

(b) and then dropped.

(c) in his arms.

(d) up twice


20.What is the meaning of hive?

(a)A farmland

(b) A place occupied by too many

(c) place at a countryside

(d) market place

Part B

50 Mark’s


7 Mark’s

1.Read the following passage and answer the questions that folow:

1. Caged behind thick glass, the most famous dancer in the world can easily be missed in the National Museum, Delhi The Dancing Gist of Mohenjo-daro is that rare artefact that even school children are familiar with. Our school textbooks also communicate the wealth of our 5000 year heritage of art. You have to be alert to her existence there, amid terracotta animals to rediscover this bronze image.

2. Most of us have seen her only in photographs or sketches, therefore the impact of actually holding her is magnified a million times over. One discovers that the dancing girl has no feet. She is amalt, a little over 10 cm tall the length of a human palm-but she surprises us with the power of great art-the ability to communicate across centuries.

3. A series of bangles of shell or wory or thin metal-clothe her left upper arm all the

way down to her fingers. A necklace with three pendants bunched together and a few bangles above the elbow and wrist on the right hand display an almost modem art 4. She speaks of the undaunted, ever hopeful human spirit. She reminds us that it is important to visit museums in our country to experience the impact that a work of art leaves on our senses, to find among all the riches one particular vision of beauty that

speaks to us alone.

1.1. On the basis of your reading of the above passage answer the following questions.

(a) The Dancing Girl belongs to:

i. Mohenjo-daro

ii.Greek culture

iii. Homo sapiens


(b) In the museum she’s kept among :

i. dancing figures

ii. bronze statues

iii.terracotta animals

iv. books

(c ) The synonym of the word “among” in para 1 is………………..

(d) The size of the dancing girl is equal to the length of human palm. (True/False)


2. (a) write an application to the principal of your school company against insufficient supply of water in your school.

4 marks


(b)  Write a letter to your friend inviting him to attend the marriage party of your elder brother.

3. Write an article about 80-100 words:

 on any one of the following:

6 marks

(a). Water conservation


(b) World environment day


4. (a)Rearrange the word cluster to make a meaningful sentence

6 marks each


(a) /roses /red/ the /in /garden /my /beautiful /are.


(b) Change the following sentences into passive voice:

We should protect the natural habitats


(c ) Change the following sentences by changing into indirect speech:

She,”Let us wait for our children”.

(d) Translate the following sentences.    4 marks

भारत एक प्राचीन देश है। इसकी संस्कृति बड़ी समृद्ध है।

इसकी छाप अनेक देशों में देखी जा सकती है । हम इसे प्रदूषण रहित करना चाहिए।


5. Answer the following questions in about 30-40 words each:   3+3=6

(a) how did grandfather take toto to Saharanpur?


What did Margie write on the page headed 17 may 2157 in her diary?

(b) what was Ron Forbes advice to her?


Where was pungi banned? Who banned it?

6. Answer any one of the following in about 60 words.  4 marks

(a)Give a character sketch of kezia?

(b) why does the world remember Einstein as a “world citizen”?

7.Answer the following questions in about 40 words each: 3 marks

(a)which road was taken by the poet?


(b) write four lines from any poem prescribed in  your syllabus?

8. Write the central idea of any of the following poems in about 40- 50 words: 3 marks

(a)The road not taken

(b) Rain on the roof

(c ) wind

9.Answer any one of the following in about 30-40 words. 3 marks

 (a)Describe Abdul Kalam’s early life in your own words.

(b) What seemed to comfort George?

10.Answer any one of the following in about 60 words.

4 marks

(a) give a brief description of Pashupatinath temple and the baudhnath temple?

(b) how did Ishwaran  describe the women ghost?