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Jan 5, 2022

Bihar Board 12th English Model Question Paper Solution 2021 Pdf Download

Bihar Board 12th English Model Question Paper Solution 2021 Pdf Download - Intermediate Arts (I.A)

 

1. He was pleased with the news.
(Choose the correct active voice)
(A) The news pleased him.
(B) The news will please him.
(C) The news should please him.
(D) Him pleased by the news.

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2. You ............... drive fast; there is speed limit here.
(Choose the best auxiliary verb)
(A) ought not
(B) need not
(C) must not
(D) used not

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3. I ............... all day but I haven’t finished my task yet.
(Choose the correct tense form)
(A) am working
(B) will be working
(C) was working
(D) have been working

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4. She said that she had lost her key.
(Choose the correct direct narration)
(A) She said, “I have lost my key.”
(B) She says, “I have lost my key.”
(C) She is saying, “I have lost her key.”
(D) She was saying, “I have lost my key.”

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5. She ............... a beautiful dress.
(Choose the correct tense form)
(A) have bought
(B) might bought
(C) has bought
(D) will bought

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6. The culprit was sentenced to five years in prison.
(Choose the correct meaning of the underlined word)
(A) disappointed
(B) cheated
(C) convicted
(D) avoided

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7. Choose the correct sentence :
(A) The air in these classrooms smells fresh.
(B) The air in the classroom smelling fresh.
(C) The air in classrooms smell fresh.
(D) The air in these classrooms smelled fresh.

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8. Tell the truth. Be silent.
(Choose the correct combination)
(A) Truth tell or be silent.
(B) Silent be or tell the truth.
(C) Telling the truth and be silent.
(D) Tell the truth or be silent.

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9. He ............. of the deal at the last moment.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) act on
(B) backed out
(C) ask for
(D) back up

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10. A soldier should value honour .............. life.
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) after
(B) against
(C) above
(D) about

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11. Choose the correctly spelt word :
(A) Supply
(B) Saply
(C) Supli
(D) Sapley

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12. Choose the correct synonym of ‘Barren’ :
(A) Sterile
(B) Approach
(C) Parcel
(D) Punish

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13. Give one word substitution ‘One who eats flesh’ :
(A) Incorrigible
(B) Vegetarian
(C) Cannibal
(D) Parasite

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14. The rise and fall ............ caused by the storm.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) is
(B) has
(C) were
(D) have

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15. His garden is very large.
(Choose the correct antonym of the underlined word)
(A) small
(B) big
(C) enormous
(D) huge

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16. He said to me, “You needn’t wait.”
(Choose the correct indirect narration)
(A) He told me that I didn’t need to wait.
(B) He says to me to not wait.
(C) He asked me to not wait.
(D) He said to me to not to wait.

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17. Choose the correctly spelt word :
(A) Nicessary
(B) Nisissary
(C) Nicisary
(D) Necessary

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18. Try to come ............ hour before the class starts.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) a
(B) an
(C) the
(D) no article

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19. One of the teachers ............ next door to my uncle.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) live
(B) lives
(C) live in
(D) living

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20. Choose the correct sentence :
(A) They don’t like to him.
(B) Don’t like to him.
(C) They don’t like him.
(D) They not liking him.

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21. I want to ............... in America.
(Choose the correct phrase)
(A) settle down
(B) set apart
(C) see about
(D) set forth

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22. Spread a cloth ............... the table.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) at
(B) in
(C) for
(D) over

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23. ............... I use your phone ?
(Choose the correct auxiliary verb)
(A) May
(B) Need
(C) Ought
(D) Have

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24. Shut all the doors.
(Choose the correct passive voice)
(A) Let all the doors be shut.
(B) Shut the doors all should be.
(C) Doors should be shut.
(D) Must the doors be shut.

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25. Tibet is ............... the north of India.
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) at
(B) for
(C) above
(D) to

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26. The poor lady poisoned ...............
(Choose the best option)
(A) herself
(B) itself
(C) himself
(D) themselves

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27. We should ............... our elders.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) respecting
(B) respected
(C) to respect
(D) respect

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28. Let us do this work, ............... ?
(Choose the correct option)
(A) shall we
(B) should we
(C) shalln’t we
(D) won’t we

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29. She ............... her hand.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) waive
(B) waived
(C) weave
(D) wave

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30. A large number of cattle ............... grazing in the field.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) is
(B) are
(C) have
(D) had

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31. The committee ............... divided on the issue.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) was
(B) were
(C) has
(D) have

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32. Where there is smoke there is fire.
(Choose the correct negative sentence)
(A) There is no smoke without fire.
(B) Smoke is none there without fire.
(C) Fire is not there without any smoke.
(D) Without smoke there is none fire.

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33. Radha sings ...............
(Choose the correct option)
(A) delighted
(B) delight
(C) delightfully
(D) in delight

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34. Choose the incorrect sentence :
(A) He has no influence on me.
(B) His father insisted on paying.
(C) Can he succeed in business ?
(D) We are sorry about that men.

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35. ............... your statement.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) Finish
(B) Finishing
(C) Finishes
(D) Had finish

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36. Choose the correctly spelt word ;
(A) Complaine
(B) Complain
(C) Cumplane
(D) Complaen

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37. He was placed ............... two girls.
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) at
(B) among
(C) between
(D) from

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38. He is slow. He is sure.
(Choose the correct combination)
(A) He is slow and he is sure.
(B) He is slow but he is sure.
(C) Sure he is but slow.
(D) Slow he is and sure.

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39. I said to the boys, “You should do your duty.”
(Choose the correct indirect speech)
(A) I said to the boys to do their duties.
(B) I asked the boys about their duties.
(C) The boys were asked to do their duties by me.
(D) I told the boys that they should do their duty.

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40. ............... they help us ?
(Choose the correct option)
(A) Might
(B) May
(C) Will
(D) Could

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41. The ............... of our school is very strict.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) Principle
(B) Principaled
(C) Principles
(D) Principal

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42. ............. milk is good for health.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) Drunk
(B) Drinking
(C) Drank
(D) Drink

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43. Choose the correct sentence :
(A) Work hard might you should not fail.
(B) Work hard lest you should fail.
(C) Work hard lest you should not fail.
(D) Work hard lest you could fail.

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44. What are the main ingredients ............. this dish ?
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) about
(B) to
(C) of
(D) at

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45. ............. Alps are the longest mountain in Europe.
(Choose the correct article)
(A) a
(B) an
(C) the
(D) no article

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46. Choose the correctly spelt word :
(A) Duration
(B) Derution
(C) Deration
(D) Dirution

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47. This box contains twelve coins.
(Choose the correct passive voice)
(A) Twelve coins are contained by the box.
(B) Twelve coins have been contained by this box.
(C) Twelve coins are in the box.
(D) Twelve coins are contained in this box.

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48. One who speaks for others is a .............
(Choose the correct option)
(A) spokesman
(B) photographer
(C) mortal
(D) elder

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49. The synonym of ‘yearly’ is ...............
(Choose the correct option)
(A) Fibre
(B) Amount
(C) Annual
(D) Track

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50. The door has been broken.
(Choose the correct active voice)
(A) He broke the door.
(B) Someone has broken the door.
(C) They break the door.
(D) People are breaking the door.

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51. The antonym of ‘wide’ is :
(A) Spacious
(B) Broad
(C) Limit
(D) Narrow

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52. We arrived ............... the station an hour late.
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) about
(B) in
(C) at
(D) of

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53. This is a ............. house.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) spacious
(B) specious
(C) strait
(D) route

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54. She hasn’t .............. money.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) many
(B) few
(C) any
(D) some

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55. He lives ............. away from school than I do.
(A) father
(B) farther
(C) further
(D) either

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56. Choose the odd one out :
(A) Beautiful
(B) Charming
(C) Nice
(D) Beginning

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57. India will become .............. super power shortly.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) a
(B) an
(C) the
(D) no article

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58. How many .............. are available for the spectators ?
(Choose the correct option)
(A) menu
(B) map
(C) cards
(D) tickets

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59. I must ............. my shoes mended.
(Choose the correct option)
(A) had
(B) has
(C) are
(D) have

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60. I shall be absent .............. tomorrow.
(Choose the correct preposition)
(A) at
(B) from
(C) since
(D) by

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Instruction : Questions 61 to 100 are based on the prescribed texts

61. ‘Many thrust their advice upon India, and she remains steady’ is taken
from :
(A) Indian civilization and culture (B) Bharat is My Have
(C) The Earth
(D) I Have a Dream

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62. ‘I pledge my loyality to my country irrespective of religion or language;’
is taken from :
(A) I Have a Dream
(B) India Through a Traveller’s Eyes
(C) Bharat is My Home
(D) The Earth

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63. The basket which Nanukaka gave to the narrator had a ............ in it.
(A) puppy
(B) kitten
(C) sparrow
(D) parrot

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64. Martin Luther King, Jr. understand that some of the Negroes have
come out of great ...............
(A) colonies
(B) happiness
(C) trials and tribulations
(D) population

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65. Russell was awarded ............... in 1950.
(A) Sahitya Academy Award
(B) Booker Prize
(C) Nobel Peace Prize
(D) Nobel Prize in Literature

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66. ‘(The) State is not the master but the servant of the people’ is taken
from :
(A) The Artist
(B) A Marriage Proposal
(C) How Free is the Press
(D) A Pinch of Snuff

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67. Infant and mother ............... is greater in traditional births.
(A) survival
(B) relation
(C) mortality
(D) tension

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68. When we speak of ‘the freedom of the Press’, we usually mean freedom from direction by the ...............
(A) NGOs
(B) Semi-government
(C) Corporate
(D) Government

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69. ‘It is possible that a hen, being a simple creature, thrives best on
simple treatment’, is taken from ...............
(A) The Earth
(B) A Marriage Proposal
(C) How Free is the Press
(D) A Pinch of Snuff

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70. Pearl S. Buck had learnt about ............... from his father.
(A) Jainism
(B) Hinduism
(C) Buddhism
(D) Christianity

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71. Choobookov and Lomov start ............... with each other.
(A) arguing
(B) singing
(C) dancing
(D) swimming

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72. But at night when they get sleepy they always go to their ...............
and sleep in their embrace.
(A) brothers
(B) sisters
(C) aunts
(D) mothers

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73. Who was scolded for painting pictures ?
(A) Seibei’s sister
(B) Seibei’s aunt
(C) Seibei
(D) Seibei’s mother

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74. According to Pearl S. Buck, the main quality of a leader is ...............
(A) selflessness
(B) communalism
(C) dishonesty
(D) treachery

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75. Johnson was a poor ...............
(A) carpenter
(B) teacher
(C) doctor
(D) farmer

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76. ‘Nor in the hope the world can show,
A fitter Love for mee;’ is taken from :
(A) Sweetest Love, I Do Not Goe
(B) An Epitaph
(C) Fire-Hymn
(D) Song of Myself

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77. The voice of education told him to ...............
(A) hug the snake
(B) eat the snake
(C) kill the snake
(D) tie the snake

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78. “I celebrate myself, and sing myself,
And what I assume you shall assume” is taken from ...............
(A) Song of Myself
(B) Ode To Autumn
(C) Snake
(D) Fire-Hymn

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79. Poetry to Auden was ...............
(A) a plaything
(B) a toy
(C) a memory
(D) a serious game

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80. ‘Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun’; is taken from ...............
(A) Song of Myself
(B) Ode to Autumn
(C) Snake
(D) Fire-Hymn

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81. Who was light of step and heart ?
(A) An old lady
(B) A wicked lady
(C) An ugly lady
(D) A beautiful lady

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82. ‘That there’s some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever .............’
(A) England
(B) Ireland
(C) America
(D) Australia

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83. ‘You may seek him in the basement,
You may look up in the air’ – Who is the poet looking for ?
(A) Macavity
(B) Rabbit
(C) Fakir
(D) Parrot

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84. ‘Once strolling at dawn past river – bank and ghat’ is taken from :
(A) Snake
(B) Fire-Hymn
(C) Ode to Autumn
(D) An Epitaph

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85. ‘I picked up a clumsy log
And threw it at the water trough with a clatter’ is taken from :
(A) An Epitaph
(B) The Soldier
(C) Ode to Autumn
(D) Snake

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86. Who wrote ‘Summer in Calcutta’ ?
(A) Kamala Das
(B) K. N. Daruwala
(C) T. S. Eliot
(D) D. H. Lawrence

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87. Macavity is called ............
(A) A Naughty Paw
(B) An Angry Paw
(C) The Hidden Paw
(D) The Silent Paw

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88. How many times does the poet use the word ‘England’ or ‘English’ in
the poem ‘The soldier’ ?
(A) 8
(B) 6
(C) 7
(D) 9

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89. Who wrote an epitaph for the beautiful lady ?
(A) T. S. Eliot
(B) John Donne
(C) D. H. Lawrence
(D) Walter de la Mare

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90. The ............. forgets its deeds.
(A) fire
(B) air
(C) water
(D) soil

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91. The Saxons called their languages .............
(A) Inglish
(B) Englisc
(C) Engglise
(D) Ieules

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92. The Authorized Version of the Bible helped in .............. English.
(A) subjugating
(B) suppressing
(C) freeing
(D) simplifying

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93. Close contact with the .............. had an unavoidable effect on the
language of the Anglo-Saxons.
(A) Greeks
(B) Celtics
(C) French
(D) Scandinavians

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94. Who wrote ‘Piers the Plowman’ ?
(A) Gower
(B) Langland
(C) Wyclif
(D) Chaucer

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95. Who wrote ‘The Merchant of Venice’ ?
(A) Shakespeare
(B) Jonson
(C) Bacon
(D) Spenser

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96. English is used as a foreign language in .............
(A) Nigeria
(B) Mexico
(C) Botswana
(D) Singapore

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97. British English is widely recognized as a .............
(A) native language
(B) foreign language
(C) world language
(D) difficult language

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98. The word ‘drama’ comes from .............
(A) Latin
(B) Scandinavian
(C) Indian
(D) Greek

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99. Who wrote ‘Untouchable’ ?
(A) R. K. Narayan
(B) M. R. Anand
(C) B. C. Chattopadhyay
(D) R. N. Tagore

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100. Which language is not our native language ?
(A) English
(B) Tamil
(C) Malayalam
(D) Hindi

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