UP Board Solutions for Class 10 English Monthly Test Paper-3

UP Board Solutions for Class 10 English Monthly Test Paper-3

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Test Paper NameMonthly Test Paper-3
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UP Board Solutions for Class 10 English Monthly Test Paper-3

Time : 1 Hour]
[Max. Marks : 10]

1. Essay/Story: Write a short essay on any one of the following topics:
(i) A Pet Animal
(ii) Your School
(iii) A Flower of Your Liking
(iv) Any Festival
Complete the following story :
Two neighbors on a journey ……… pass through a jungle ……… suddenly appearance of a bear ……… the clever one ……… a tree ……… the other the ground …….. dead ………. the bear smells and goes away ……… the clever one inquires about …….. what the bear told him ……… the other ……… don’t trust a deserter.

2. Life history/Letter writing
Write what type of life was Yudhishthira passing with his brothers and where?
What sad incident happened with his brothers? How did he solve it?
Write a letter to your friend describing how you enjoyed your visit to a historical place.

3. Unseen :
Read the following passage carefully and answer any two of the questions given below it :
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 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.”

Questions :

  1. Who was called ‘Netaji’?
  2. What was the condition of the British power in the Second World War?
  3. How did Subhash Chandra Bose escape from India?
  4. What did he say to countrymen?


1. Your School
Its name and situation: I study in D.A.V. Inter college, Dehradun. It is a model college of Uttarakhand. It is situated on the D.L. Road, Dehradun.
Its building: The building of our college is grand and double storeyed. There are about fifty rooms and a big hall in it. There is a big courtyard. There are beautiful flower beds on all sides. There is a big library having thousands of books on every subject.
Its principal and member of the staff: Its principal Mr Om Prakash Sharma is a noble man. He has made the college what it is today. All the teachers of the college are highly qualified and experienced. They teach us with love and care.
Its students: There are about three thousand students in this college. The students of this college are honest, hard working and obedient. They are disciplined.
Discipline and results: Our college is well-known for good results. The pass percentage of High School and Inter classes is always 60 to 70 per cent.

Any Festival (Diwali)
Introduction: Diwali is a very important festival of the Hindus. It is celebrated throughout the country with great pomp and show. This festival is known as the festival of lights.
When and why is it celebrated ? : It is celebrated in the month of Kartika on the Amavasya day. Some people believe that Shri Ramchandraji returned to Ayodhya after killing the wicked Ravana on this day. Some believe that Lord Krishna killed the demon Narkasur. The Jains believe that Lord Mahavira got salvation on this day.
How I celebrated Diwali this year ? : This year, I celebrated Diwali with great joy. I cleaned my house and got it whitewashed. Then I decorated it with balloons, beautiful pictures and paper flowers. At about eight o’clock in the night I worshiped Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. I lighted and burst fire crackers too.
Conclusion : Diwali is a very good festival. But some people drink and gamble on this day. We should remove these evils.
Completion of story
Once two neighbors went on a journey. They had to pass through a jungle. Suddenly they saw a bear and they were very frightened. One of them was very clever. So he climbed upon a tree. The other thought out a trick. He laid down on the ground as if he was dead. The bear come near him, smelled him and went away. The bear does not eat dead. Then the clever one came down from the tree and inquired him what the bear had told him in his ear. The other man said, “The bear told me not to trust a deserter.” At this the first man was much ashamed.

2. Yudhishthira was passing a hard life with his brothers in exile. His brothers went in search of drinking water and reached a pool which belonged to Yama. They ignored the warning of Yama and began to drink water. Yama cursed them and so they died. Tired of waiting for them, Yudhishthira started in search of them and reached the same pool. Same warning came from Yama. But Yudhishthira answered all the questions of Yama very wisely. The Yama was pleased with Yudhishthira’s impartiality. Being satisfied with his answers, Yama made his brothers alive and disappeared.
70, Arya Nagar,
Dated: …..
Dear Mahesh,
I am quite well here and hope you are also having a good time there. You will be glad to know that this year I passed my summer vacation in my father’s company at Agra. We stayed there in a hotel. First of all, we went to see the Taj in the evening. It was a full moon night. Seeing the Taj in full moon night was really wonderful. It seemed like a dream in marble. It is made of pure white marble. It was built by emperor Shahjahan in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is really a piece of art. Next day we went to see the Red Fort, the Radha Swami Temple and many other important buildings which were also beautiful.
Please let me know how you enjoyed your summer vacation. Rest is OK. With best regards to elders and love to others.
Yours sincerely

3. 1. Subhash Chandra Bose, a great leader of India was called Netaji.
2. The British power was getting weaker in the Second World War.
3. Subhash Chandra Bose escaped from India in the guise of a ‘Pathan’ and went to Germany.
4. He said to his countrymen, “Give me blood and I will give you freedom.”

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