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15 March 2017

Higher Secondary English Suggestion for 2017 (WBCHSE)

West Bengal Higher Secondary English Suggestion for 2017 (WBCHSE)

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1.       A]

        I.            Title of the story “The eyes have it”.*****
      II.             “Yes October is the best time”- What is the occasion of the remark? Describe Mussoorie according to the narrator.
   III.            She had beautiful eyes, but they were of no use to her"whose eyes are mentioned here? Why were the eyes useless to her? Bring out the irony of the situation*
    IV.            “Then I made a mistake”- Why did the narrator call his action a mistake? Who made the mistake? What was the mistake?*****
       V.            “Few girls can resist flattery” – Who said this to whom? How did the speaker flatter? How did the person spoken to react?
     VI.             “The man who had entered the compartment broke into my reverie” [extra]

        I.            Why did the boy try to snatch the purse of the lady? How did Jones stop Rogger from snatching?****
      II.            Why did not Rogger try to run away although he had a opportunity?*****
   III.            “I am very sorry, lady, I’m sorry” – Who is the speaker? Why he was very sorry?
     IV.            “He barely managed to say ‘Thank you’” before she shut the door – What does the word ‘He’ refer to here? Why does he want to say thank you?
       V.            “And he did not want to be mistrusted now”*****
    VI.            “I have done things too which I would not tell you, son.”

          I.            “Forgive me, said the bearded man”. Why did the man ask for the Tsar’s forgiveness?*****
       II.            “You have already been answered”. Who said this to whom? Explain the line.******
     III.            What were the first and third questions of the Tsar? How did he get answered from the scholars?*****
      IV.            How did the enemy become friend?*
        V.            How the Tsar and hermit did nurse the wounded man and saved life?

          I.            What was father’s advice about dealing with adversity/ relevance of prayer/ communal harmony? *****
       II.            Give a short description of Kalam’s childhood.*****
      III.             Describe ancestral house and the locality.

2.       A]
         I.            “It takes much time to kill a tree” / Describe the process of killing tree.
      II.            How does the bleeding tree heal itself?*****
   III.            “And then it is done” – explain the line.*****
    IV.            How does a tree grow?* **

          I.            How Shakespeare did immortalise his friend’s beauty? *****
       II.            “But in eternal summer shall not fade”***
     III.            “So long as men ...............see
So long lives this”- Explain this

        I.            Describe the role of grasshopper and the cricket
      II.            “The poetry of earth is never dead”/ “The poetry never comes to an end”. – Explain this line.*****
   III.            Title of the poem “The Poetry of the Earth”.*****
     IV.             “....he takes the lead.”

          I.            Anti-war view according to the narrator in ‘Asleep in the valley’. / Futility of war. ******
       II.            ‘Ah, Nature keep him warm; he may catch cold’- Who addresses the Nature and why? What note of irony reflected here?***
     III.            “In his side there are two red holes”*
      IV.            “His smile is like an infant”*

3.       B]
I.          The marriage proposal is important to all characters. – Discuss.***
II.        Describe the character / quarrel of Lomov / Natalya.*****
III.     Describe ‘The Proposal’ as a one-act play.*****
IV.      Describe the social life in this play.**

6. A)                                                                       REPORT
v  Farewell ceremony of class XII students.***
v  Teacher’s day (5th Sept.)*****
v  Free health check up camp
v  Prize giving ceremony.*****
v  Environment Day observation (5th Jun)*
v  Educational Tour
v  Clean India – club magazine.
v  Inter school football match***
v  Tree Plantation Programme                              OR,
B)                                                                            LETTER
v  Write a letter to the General Manager of South Eastern Railways, complaining against the damage goods.
v  Write a letter to the President WBCHSE, requesting for publication of model project works in English.***
v  Write a letter to the ABC Company, requesting replace and update library stock / lab-instruments from your school lab / library.
v  Write a letter to an Insurance company to settle claims car damage.***
v  Write a letter to the Rajasthan Govt. Tourism Department, requesting for details about your tour.
v  Write a letter to the ABC company manager, complaining him about delay to deliver books for your school library.*****
v  Write a letter to the bank for house building loan / duplicate passbook. *****
v  Write a letter to the OC of your police station, reporting an anti-social activity.*****
v  Write a letter to the Municipality Chairman against irregularity in the disposal of domestic garbage. ***

9. a) Do as directed                                                                                                                                                                             1x6=6
i) Narration Change
ii) Voice Change
iii) Split
iii) Negative-Affirmative
iv) Complex / Simple / Participle / Assertive / Interrogative / Imperative
v) Degree
vi) Interchange of Parts of Speech
b) Articles and Preposition               (FOLLOW THREE QUESTIONS AND THAN YOU MA’AM)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1/2x6=3
c) Correction        (FOLLOW ENG BULLETIN)                                                                                                                              1x1=1


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