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As you are looking for SSC Board Pune Question Papers , so on your demand I am proving same for you.

S.S.C. Preliminary Examination - 1
ENGLISH
Time: 3 Hours
Total Marks: 80
Section – I
(Prose)
(Reading Skills, Vocabulary, Grammar)
Q.1. (A) Read and understand the following passage and complete the activities given below. [10 marks]
A1. Order
(2)
Arrange the following sentences in the chronological order as they appear in the
passage:
(i)
The reader is transported back to the old world colonial charm of Mumbai and its
surroundings.
(ii) After the initial sail boat race at Khadakvasla, the scene shifts to the mountain forts of
Sahyadri with a bit of Shivaji Maharaj’s history added to the trekking adventure.
(iii) The reader is transported to the mist-clad mountains surrounding Khadakvasla dam
near Pune.
(iv) The author is successful in recreating the charm and spirit of a rainy day on the
Khadakvasla lake beautifully.
In the book Anirudh’s dream, the reader is transported to the mist-clad mountains
surrounding Khadakvasla dam near Pune. The initial part of the adventure is set in the
sprawling and green campus of National Defence Academy (NDA). The author is successful
in recreating the charm and spirit of a rainy day on the Khadakvasla lake beautifully. There is
action, emotion, courage, presence of mind and friendship that are depicted in this tale of
adventure. After the initial sail boat race at Khadakvasla, the scene shifts to the mountain
forts of Sahyadri with a bit of Shivaji Maharaj’s history added to the trekking adventure. The
observations of the author pertaining to the flora, fauna and culture of the place are very
minute. Dialogues throughout the book are lively. Suddenly there is a twist in the storyline
and the characters and locations change in flashback that is shown as a dream sequence. The
reader is transported back to the old world colonial charm of Mumbai and its surroundings
that were teeming with greenery and wildlife in those times (probably 150 years ago). The
main protagonist - Anirudh (Irfan in the dream sequence, which sounds like the past birth of
Anirudh) is a mixed personality, daring in some situations and afraid in others. His band of
friends completes a youthful spirit of adventure.
A2. Supply
(2)
Supply the information from the passage:
(i)
The initial part of the adventure is set in _______.
(ii) The tale of adventure depicts _______.
(iii) The author minutely observes the _______.
(iv) The personality of Anirudh is _______.
A3. Synonyms
(2)
Read the passage and find out words of similar meaning:
(i)
change
(ii) animals
(iii) daring experience
(iv) reconstructing
A4. Language Study
(2)
Do as Directed
(i)
The author is successful in recreating the charm.
(Rewrite the sentence by using the verb form of the underlined word)
(ii) His band of friends completes a youthful spirit of adventure.
(Pick out the collective noun from the sentence)
A5. Personal Response
(2)
Do you like trekking? Why?

(B) Read and understand the following passage and complete the activities given below: [10 marks]
B1. Name the following with reference to the passage:
(2)
(i)
The person who was watching cartoons.
(ii) The person who went to buy vegetables.
(iii) The person who was trying to save paper and the planet.
(iv) The person who learnt the lesson to save the environment.
The next morning was unnaturally uneventful. We lazed around all day, my sister
watching cartoons on the idiot box and I reading a Jeffrey Archer. Throughout, my mind kept
wandering back to that morning.
At around noon, Grandma left home with my sister in town, to buy vegetables. The
moment the door banged shut, Grandpa abandoned his newspaper, and called me to his room.
“Beta”, he called out, “help me with these… sort these papers out. One-Side-used over here,
both-sides-used here, and blank papers here.” The work was easy, but time-consuming.
“What are you going to do with these, Grandpa?” I asked him, trying my best to sound
non-accusatory.
“These computer people don’t respect paper. Everyday, they throw away all these
sheets. They’ve given me the keys to open the gate for the sweeper when he comes at 6 am.
He takes and gives them to the kabadiwala, who disposes them carelessly. So, instead, I do
half his job for him.”
I was amazed by how much importance he was giving to such a trivial matter.
Everyday, my friends and I would waste hundreds of sheets at the drop of a hat.
Pointing to the ‘used up pile’, which was the smallest, he said, “These, I’ll give to the
moori wala downstairs. I’ll use the one-side-used papers for my accounts, and also give some
to the poor children at the NGO. They practice maths on them.”
I was shocked. I learned that the old man had been doing this for months now. This
wasn’t any spying mission, but a real, concrete, genuine effort to save paper and the planet.
I stared at the septuagenarian in awe. No school education on the environment had ever
made an impression on me or my classmates or anyone, so to speak. But his lone endeavour
made me realize it all. For the first time, I truly understood.
B2. Order
(2)
Look at the following sentences from the passage and put them in the correct sequence.
(i)
The writer was shocked and learned that his grandfather had been trying to save paper
for months.
(ii) The writer's grandfather called him to sort papers in one-side-used, both-sides-used and
blank.
(iii) No school education on the environment had ever made an impression on the writer or
his classmates or anyone.
(iv) The writer's grandfather would give the used up papers to the moori wala downstairs.
He would use the one-side-used papers for his accounts, and also give some to the poor
children at the NGO who practiced maths on them.
B3. Match
(2)
Match the words in Column A with the description in Column B.
Column ‘A’
Column ‘B’
(i)
paper
truly what it is said to be
(ii) pile
a sudden upsetting or surprising experience
(iii) shocked
material manufactured in thin sheets from wood pulp
(iv) genuine
a number of things lying on top of one another

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