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Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education DG Khan 9th Class Sample, Model Paper of English

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education DG Khan 9th Class Sample, Model Paper of English

Model Paper English (Compulsory) Objective

Secondary School Part – I (9th Class) Examination (Session 2012-2013 and onward)

Total marks: 19                               Paper Code_______      Time Allowed: 20 mints

Note: You have four choices for each objective type question as A, B, C and D. The choice which you think is correct: fill that circle in front of that question number. Use marker or pen to to fill the circles. Cutting or filling two or more circles will result in zero mark in that question. Attempt as many questions as given in objective type question paper and leave others blank. Write the letter A, B, C or D in the column (write correct option) against each question. If there is a contradiction in the bubble and hand written, bubble option will be considered correct.           

Q. 1 (a) Choose the correct form of verb and fill up the bubbles.                             (5)







I When I reached school, the peon ____________ the bell. will have rung    had rung has rung           was ringing


Ii If he came to me, I _____________ him. shall help can help shall have helped would help


Iii He _____________ the office an hour ago.


left has left will have left Leaves
Iv The teacher with his students _______________ cricket now. plays has been playing played is playing
v He ________________in this city since 1998.


lives has been living lived is living


(b) Choose the word with correct spellings                                                                                              (4)


Q (A) (B) (C) (D)
I intigral integral antegral Entegral
Ii affluence effluesce affluense Affluence
Iii enarmity enormity inarmity Inormity
iv chastened chestened chasetened chaistened
(C) Choose the correct meanings of the underlined word and fill up the bubbles.                 (5)


Q Questions (A) (B) (C) (D)
I i  She always remained unswerving.


a  patients form and resolute ready to face prepared for the worst


Ii The phrase Frozen to the ground” means


frightened calm and quiet motionless restless
Iii The word “Accustomed means. traditional used to assured regular
Iv The word Quiver” means


to demonstrate to shake slightly to act amusingly to push strongly
v  I believe one must be versatile. limited narrow wide all-rounder


(d) Choose the correct option according to the grammar and fill up the bubbles.                                (5)                                            (5)


Q Questions (A) (B) (C) (D)
I I soon returned home because I was upset. This is a


Compound sentence simple sentence complex sentence compound and complex


Ii Smoking is injurious to health. The underlined word is


progressive form of verb present participle gerund infinite
Iii “Patience” is a/an material noun collective noun uncountable noun abstract noun


Iv You can put it wherever you like. The underlined clause is a/an


adverbial clause adjective clause noun clause prepositional clause


v The correct pronunciation of ‘Perilous” is


perɪləs perəlǽs pǽrələs prəlǽs




Model Paper English (Compulsory)            Subjective

Secondary School Part – I (9th Class) Examination (Session 2012-2013 and onward)

Total marks: 56                                           (Part-1)                              Time Allowed: 2:10 hrs

Q. 2     Answer any five of the following questions.                                                               (2 x 5 = 10)

i. Why was Hazrat Abu Quhafaa (R.A) worried?

ii. What happens when media is allowed to play its roll unchecked?

iii. How do people spend Nauroz holidays?

iv. What was the ideology of Quaid-e-Azam based on?

v. Why was a heavy iron chain hung at the entrance of the court?

vi. To what extent does the recovery of a patient depend upon the doctor and the nurse?

vii. Initially which aspect of computer affected the author?

viii. Why has Helen Keller no time to waste in longings?

(66% questions from exercises 34% from text)

Q. 3  Translate any two of the following paragraphs into Urdu / Re-write into simple English (8)

(a)       The main source of noise pollution in Pakistan is transportation, construction sites, careless use of electronic appliances and loud speech patterns. Noise coming from different modes of transport i.e. vehicles airplanes, trains, ships, proves to be highly stressful for human communities. With the population growth and development in urban areas, the vehicular traffic has also multiplied.

(b)       Had we paid heed to his warning and advice, we would not have got entangled into petty pursuits that have brought forth only disunity and disharmony among our ranks. Even a casual glance at our current socio-political scene and morals can lay bare the bitter fact that we are entirely ignoring the very principles for which the great Quaid had struggled so hard.

(c)        Another tradition is to place something sweet such as honey or candy, in a safe place outside overnight. On the first morning of the New Year, the first person entering the house brings the sweet stuff into the house as another means of attaining a good new year.

(From text book)

Q. 4     Write down the summary of the poem “Stopping by woods on a snowy evening”.          by Robert Frost.                       OR                                                                                                      (5)          Explain the following stanza with reference to the context:-

The waves beside them danced, but they

Out-did the sparkling leaves in glee

A poet could not be but gay

Q. 5     Use any five of the following words / phrases / idioms in your sentences:-                  (5)

Dexterously, bits and pieces, alarming, a click away, humility, immense, overwhelmed, absolute.                                                                         (From Text Book)              

Q. 6     Write a letter to your father requesting him to send you some extra funds for payment of        hostel dues.                                                                                                                                     (8)


            Write a story with the moral “The Donkey Trapped in His own Trick”.


            Write a dialogue between friends about Load Shedding..





Q. 7     Read the following passage and answer the questions given at the end.         2×5 =(10)

                        During the perilous journey, it was very difficult for anyone to supply food to Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).  It was such a delicate situation, in which the slightest irresponsibility could have endangered the life of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W). This grand task was undertaken by Hazrat Asma (R.A), the daughter of Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A).  Every night Hazrat Asma (R.A) would quietly venture towards the shadowy mountains in which lay the cave of Thawr, to take food for the Prophet (S.A.W) of Allah and her father, Hazrat Abu Bakr (R.A).


  1. Why was it difficult for Hazrat Asma (R.A) to supply food to the Holy Prophet           Muhammad (S.A.W)?
  2. Why was it a delicate situation?
  3. Where did Hazrat Asma (R.A) use to take food?
  4. Who was Hazrat Asma (R.A)?
  5. Suggest suitable title to the paragraph.

Q. 8     Translate any five of the following sentences into English.                                   (5)




Q. 9     Change the voice of the following.                                                                                (5)

i           Did you accept my apology?

ii          Don’t disturb me.

Iii         We love our country very much.

Iv         He will complete his assignment within a week.

v          Who is knocking at the door?











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