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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 
Class IX 
Sample Question Paper  
English 
(Language and Literature) 
M.M. 90  Time 3:00 hrs 
The Question paper is divided into four sections: 
Section A: Reading Comprehension 20 Marks 
Section B: Writing       20 Marks 
Section C: Grammar       15 Marks 
Section D: Literature/Text Books     35 Marks 
Total 90 Marks 
All questions are compulsory. 
Marks are indicated against each question. 
Section A 
Reading – 20 Marks 
1. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
Buñol in Spain is famous for its produce, tomatoes. But its notoriety comes from the locals' habit 
of wearing the produce as well as tasting it. On the last Wednesday of every August Buñol hosts 
La Tomatina, the world's largest vegetable fight.  
La Tomatina started with a good laugh. During the forties, in Buñol's main town square, a 
number of friends started a tomato fight for unknown reasons. Soon enough, however, their 
rowdy hooliganism drew passers-by into the fray. They had so much fun that from that day 
onward, the fiesta has been celebrated annually and has grown ever bigger each year. 
The night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell 
tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin 
ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: 
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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 
Class IX 
Sample Question Paper  
English 
(Language and Literature) 
M.M. 90  Time 3:00 hrs 
The Question paper is divided into four sections: 
Section A: Reading Comprehension 20 Marks 
Section B: Writing       20 Marks 
Section C: Grammar       15 Marks 
Section D: Literature/Text Books     35 Marks 
Total 90 Marks 
All questions are compulsory. 
Marks are indicated against each question. 
Section A 
Reading – 20 Marks 
1. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
Buñol in Spain is famous for its produce, tomatoes. But its notoriety comes from the locals' habit 
of wearing the produce as well as tasting it. On the last Wednesday of every August Buñol hosts 
La Tomatina, the world's largest vegetable fight.  
La Tomatina started with a good laugh. During the forties, in Buñol's main town square, a 
number of friends started a tomato fight for unknown reasons. Soon enough, however, their 
rowdy hooliganism drew passers-by into the fray. They had so much fun that from that day 
onward, the fiesta has been celebrated annually and has grown ever bigger each year. 
The night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell 
tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin 
ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: 
2
Soon the streets are awash in tomato seeds and pulp. The madness continues until more than 
90,000 pounds of tomatoes have been hurled at anything that ducks, runs, stops, turns about, or 
fights back. Once the battle is over in less than half an hour the warriors head down to the river 
to remove the saucy mess from hair and body.  
 A. La Tomatina is a ……………………….. 
a. brawl
b. festival
c. sport
d. clash
B. The mood that marked the beginning of La Tomatina was that of………………….. 
a. anger
b. amusement
c. jealousy
d. sadness
C. La Tomatina begins with…………… pelting tomatoes. 
a. hooligans
b. friends
c. officials
d. fighters
D. La Tomatina ends with…………………… 
a. mess on the streets
b. people fighting
c. people rejoicing
d. people bathing
E. The word ‘notoriety’ as it occurs in the passage means………… 
a. fame
b. luxury
c. bad name
d. popularity
2. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
The growing rate of crime among the youth today is a matter of great concern. It ranges 
from kidnapping, extortion and even murder. The once sensitive, caring, loving and 
compassionate young man immortalized by Ruskin Bond and R. K. Narayan is today a 
character confined to books alone. The new world has turned him into a criminal with no 
moral sense or ethical responsibility. The young are selfish in their thoughts, action and 
existence. They are like parasites; thriving on extravagant consumption of illegal 
material. And when this becomes an addiction, all means of self – control, morals and 
ethics take a beating at individual and social spheres. There can be various reasons as to 
why the youth are going wrong. Increasing competition leads to stress and cutthroat 
competitions. Stress related problems like suicides are on the rise. The rush to succeed 
takes them astray. Nuclear families have made youth selfish, self centered and intolerant. 
The gap between the rich and the poor has led to frustration in the lower classes. Media 
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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 
Class IX 
Sample Question Paper  
English 
(Language and Literature) 
M.M. 90  Time 3:00 hrs 
The Question paper is divided into four sections: 
Section A: Reading Comprehension 20 Marks 
Section B: Writing       20 Marks 
Section C: Grammar       15 Marks 
Section D: Literature/Text Books     35 Marks 
Total 90 Marks 
All questions are compulsory. 
Marks are indicated against each question. 
Section A 
Reading – 20 Marks 
1. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
Buñol in Spain is famous for its produce, tomatoes. But its notoriety comes from the locals' habit 
of wearing the produce as well as tasting it. On the last Wednesday of every August Buñol hosts 
La Tomatina, the world's largest vegetable fight.  
La Tomatina started with a good laugh. During the forties, in Buñol's main town square, a 
number of friends started a tomato fight for unknown reasons. Soon enough, however, their 
rowdy hooliganism drew passers-by into the fray. They had so much fun that from that day 
onward, the fiesta has been celebrated annually and has grown ever bigger each year. 
The night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell 
tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin 
ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: 
2
Soon the streets are awash in tomato seeds and pulp. The madness continues until more than 
90,000 pounds of tomatoes have been hurled at anything that ducks, runs, stops, turns about, or 
fights back. Once the battle is over in less than half an hour the warriors head down to the river 
to remove the saucy mess from hair and body.  
 A. La Tomatina is a ……………………….. 
a. brawl
b. festival
c. sport
d. clash
B. The mood that marked the beginning of La Tomatina was that of………………….. 
a. anger
b. amusement
c. jealousy
d. sadness
C. La Tomatina begins with…………… pelting tomatoes. 
a. hooligans
b. friends
c. officials
d. fighters
D. La Tomatina ends with…………………… 
a. mess on the streets
b. people fighting
c. people rejoicing
d. people bathing
E. The word ‘notoriety’ as it occurs in the passage means………… 
a. fame
b. luxury
c. bad name
d. popularity
2. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
The growing rate of crime among the youth today is a matter of great concern. It ranges 
from kidnapping, extortion and even murder. The once sensitive, caring, loving and 
compassionate young man immortalized by Ruskin Bond and R. K. Narayan is today a 
character confined to books alone. The new world has turned him into a criminal with no 
moral sense or ethical responsibility. The young are selfish in their thoughts, action and 
existence. They are like parasites; thriving on extravagant consumption of illegal 
material. And when this becomes an addiction, all means of self – control, morals and 
ethics take a beating at individual and social spheres. There can be various reasons as to 
why the youth are going wrong. Increasing competition leads to stress and cutthroat 
competitions. Stress related problems like suicides are on the rise. The rush to succeed 
takes them astray. Nuclear families have made youth selfish, self centered and intolerant. 
The gap between the rich and the poor has led to frustration in the lower classes. Media 
3
popularizes criminals like Harshad Mehta, who shot to quick fame and fortune. This 
allures the youth. Above all, the snags in the Indian legal system, corruption at all levels, 
loss of values has all worsened the situation. (208) 
A. The reason for alarm in the present day world is……….. 
a. increase in different forms of crime
b. increase in number of crime
c. increasing sin in cities
d. irresponsible citizens
B.  The words ‘confined to books alone’ implies………………. 
a. the books are full of good characters
b. the world is full of good characters
c. good characters only in books
d. books should have good characters
C. The main reason for suicides is…………………. 
a. increasing competition
b. increasing crime
c. failing exams
d. selfish people
D. The breakup of Joint family system has made people………………… 
a. selfish
b. criminals
c. happy
d. sad
E. The antonym of ‘worsened’ is…………… 
a. deteriorated
b. improved
c. gone up
d. recovered
3. Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow:
(5 marks) 
The Snail 
Leaving the safety of a rocky ledge 
The snail sets out  
On his long journey 
Across a busy path. 
The grass is greener on the other side! 
For tender leaf or juicy stem 
He’ll brave the hazards of the road. 
Not made to dodge or weave or run, 
He must await each threatening step 
Chancing his luck 
Keeping his tentacles crossed! 
Though all unaware 
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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 
Class IX 
Sample Question Paper  
English 
(Language and Literature) 
M.M. 90  Time 3:00 hrs 
The Question paper is divided into four sections: 
Section A: Reading Comprehension 20 Marks 
Section B: Writing       20 Marks 
Section C: Grammar       15 Marks 
Section D: Literature/Text Books     35 Marks 
Total 90 Marks 
All questions are compulsory. 
Marks are indicated against each question. 
Section A 
Reading – 20 Marks 
1. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
Buñol in Spain is famous for its produce, tomatoes. But its notoriety comes from the locals' habit 
of wearing the produce as well as tasting it. On the last Wednesday of every August Buñol hosts 
La Tomatina, the world's largest vegetable fight.  
La Tomatina started with a good laugh. During the forties, in Buñol's main town square, a 
number of friends started a tomato fight for unknown reasons. Soon enough, however, their 
rowdy hooliganism drew passers-by into the fray. They had so much fun that from that day 
onward, the fiesta has been celebrated annually and has grown ever bigger each year. 
The night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell 
tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin 
ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: 
2
Soon the streets are awash in tomato seeds and pulp. The madness continues until more than 
90,000 pounds of tomatoes have been hurled at anything that ducks, runs, stops, turns about, or 
fights back. Once the battle is over in less than half an hour the warriors head down to the river 
to remove the saucy mess from hair and body.  
 A. La Tomatina is a ……………………….. 
a. brawl
b. festival
c. sport
d. clash
B. The mood that marked the beginning of La Tomatina was that of………………….. 
a. anger
b. amusement
c. jealousy
d. sadness
C. La Tomatina begins with…………… pelting tomatoes. 
a. hooligans
b. friends
c. officials
d. fighters
D. La Tomatina ends with…………………… 
a. mess on the streets
b. people fighting
c. people rejoicing
d. people bathing
E. The word ‘notoriety’ as it occurs in the passage means………… 
a. fame
b. luxury
c. bad name
d. popularity
2. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
The growing rate of crime among the youth today is a matter of great concern. It ranges 
from kidnapping, extortion and even murder. The once sensitive, caring, loving and 
compassionate young man immortalized by Ruskin Bond and R. K. Narayan is today a 
character confined to books alone. The new world has turned him into a criminal with no 
moral sense or ethical responsibility. The young are selfish in their thoughts, action and 
existence. They are like parasites; thriving on extravagant consumption of illegal 
material. And when this becomes an addiction, all means of self – control, morals and 
ethics take a beating at individual and social spheres. There can be various reasons as to 
why the youth are going wrong. Increasing competition leads to stress and cutthroat 
competitions. Stress related problems like suicides are on the rise. The rush to succeed 
takes them astray. Nuclear families have made youth selfish, self centered and intolerant. 
The gap between the rich and the poor has led to frustration in the lower classes. Media 
3
popularizes criminals like Harshad Mehta, who shot to quick fame and fortune. This 
allures the youth. Above all, the snags in the Indian legal system, corruption at all levels, 
loss of values has all worsened the situation. (208) 
A. The reason for alarm in the present day world is……….. 
a. increase in different forms of crime
b. increase in number of crime
c. increasing sin in cities
d. irresponsible citizens
B.  The words ‘confined to books alone’ implies………………. 
a. the books are full of good characters
b. the world is full of good characters
c. good characters only in books
d. books should have good characters
C. The main reason for suicides is…………………. 
a. increasing competition
b. increasing crime
c. failing exams
d. selfish people
D. The breakup of Joint family system has made people………………… 
a. selfish
b. criminals
c. happy
d. sad
E. The antonym of ‘worsened’ is…………… 
a. deteriorated
b. improved
c. gone up
d. recovered
3. Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow:
(5 marks) 
The Snail 
Leaving the safety of a rocky ledge 
The snail sets out  
On his long journey 
Across a busy path. 
The grass is greener on the other side! 
For tender leaf or juicy stem 
He’ll brave the hazards of the road. 
Not made to dodge or weave or run, 
He must await each threatening step 
Chancing his luck 
Keeping his tentacles crossed! 
Though all unaware 
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Of the dangers of being squashed, 
He does not pause or flinch- 
A cartwheel misses by an inch!- 
But slithers on, 
Intent on dinner. 
He’s there at last, his prize- 
Rich leaf-mould where the grass grows tall 
I salute you, Snail. 
Somehow you’ve made me feel quite small. 
 --Ruskin Bond 
1. What is the poet’s attitude towards the snail?
2. Why does the snail set out of the safe rocky ledge?
3. What does “Not made to dodge or weave or run” mean?
4. What does the poet convey by the line “keeping his tentacles crossed”?
5. Pick out a word from the poem that means the same as “dangers”.
Q4. Read the following passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow. 
Write your answers against the correct question numbers in your answer sheet.  
 (1X5 = 5 Marks) 
Unconsciousness is a state where a person appears to be in deep sleep from where he/ she 
cannot be awoken.  The individual does not respond to any external stimuli, like 
sprinkling clod water on the face, and for that matter even painful ones like piercing with 
a pin, tingling a nerve etc.  This insensible state is brought about by some interference in 
the normal functioning of the brain and the nervous system. 
Unconsciousness when partial is called stupor and when complete is called coma.  In 
cases of stupor, the individual can be roused with difficulty but the eyelids cannot be 
opened due to resistance by the individual.  In a coma, however there is no response 
when an individual is being called, the lid can be opened without any resistance. 
The usual case of unconsciousness includes fainting, sunstroke, concussion (brain injury), 
etc.  Fainting is caused by the temporary reduction in the blood supply to the brain 
because of fright, unexpected good or bad news etc.  People held up in stuffy places like 
the elevators often faint.  A sudden fall in blood pressure can also cause fainting.  The 
individual appears pale, becomes weak and slow, breathing becomes shallow and skin 
turns cold and clammy.  Excessive summer heat can make the individual faint. 
Prolonged exposure to sun may cause sunstroke, which starts with headache, vomiting, 
dizziness, cramps or dryness of the throat. 
Concussion commonly results in unconsciousness.  Direct injury to the brain caused by 
either a blow on the head or a fall from a height etc may result in concussion.  The patient 
may ‘black out’ for a short time.  An individual could suddenly become unconscious due 
to a heart attack.  The initial signs are vomiting, profuse sweating and pain on the left 
side of the chest. 
1. Unconsciousness is caused by……………………………………….........
2. Stupor is ……………………………… and coma is…………………….
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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT – I - 2011 
Class IX 
Sample Question Paper  
English 
(Language and Literature) 
M.M. 90  Time 3:00 hrs 
The Question paper is divided into four sections: 
Section A: Reading Comprehension 20 Marks 
Section B: Writing       20 Marks 
Section C: Grammar       15 Marks 
Section D: Literature/Text Books     35 Marks 
Total 90 Marks 
All questions are compulsory. 
Marks are indicated against each question. 
Section A 
Reading – 20 Marks 
1. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
Buñol in Spain is famous for its produce, tomatoes. But its notoriety comes from the locals' habit 
of wearing the produce as well as tasting it. On the last Wednesday of every August Buñol hosts 
La Tomatina, the world's largest vegetable fight.  
La Tomatina started with a good laugh. During the forties, in Buñol's main town square, a 
number of friends started a tomato fight for unknown reasons. Soon enough, however, their 
rowdy hooliganism drew passers-by into the fray. They had so much fun that from that day 
onward, the fiesta has been celebrated annually and has grown ever bigger each year. 
The night before La Tomatina, the narrow streets beneath the town's imposing medieval bell 
tower are filled with tomatoes. Early Wednesday morning official instigators begin 
ceremoniously pelting the awaiting crowd with their precious cargo: 
2
Soon the streets are awash in tomato seeds and pulp. The madness continues until more than 
90,000 pounds of tomatoes have been hurled at anything that ducks, runs, stops, turns about, or 
fights back. Once the battle is over in less than half an hour the warriors head down to the river 
to remove the saucy mess from hair and body.  
 A. La Tomatina is a ……………………….. 
a. brawl
b. festival
c. sport
d. clash
B. The mood that marked the beginning of La Tomatina was that of………………….. 
a. anger
b. amusement
c. jealousy
d. sadness
C. La Tomatina begins with…………… pelting tomatoes. 
a. hooligans
b. friends
c. officials
d. fighters
D. La Tomatina ends with…………………… 
a. mess on the streets
b. people fighting
c. people rejoicing
d. people bathing
E. The word ‘notoriety’ as it occurs in the passage means………… 
a. fame
b. luxury
c. bad name
d. popularity
2. Read the passage given below and write the option that you consider the
most appropriate in your answer sheets:
(5x1= 5 marks) 
The growing rate of crime among the youth today is a matter of great concern. It ranges 
from kidnapping, extortion and even murder. The once sensitive, caring, loving and 
compassionate young man immortalized by Ruskin Bond and R. K. Narayan is today a 
character confined to books alone. The new world has turned him into a criminal with no 
moral sense or ethical responsibility. The young are selfish in their thoughts, action and 
existence. They are like parasites; thriving on extravagant consumption of illegal 
material. And when this becomes an addiction, all means of self – control, morals and 
ethics take a beating at individual and social spheres. There can be various reasons as to 
why the youth are going wrong. Increasing competition leads to stress and cutthroat 
competitions. Stress related problems like suicides are on the rise. The rush to succeed 
takes them astray. Nuclear families have made youth selfish, self centered and intolerant. 
The gap between the rich and the poor has led to frustration in the lower classes. Media 
3
popularizes criminals like Harshad Mehta, who shot to quick fame and fortune. This 
allures the youth. Above all, the snags in the Indian legal system, corruption at all levels, 
loss of values has all worsened the situation. (208) 
A. The reason for alarm in the present day world is……….. 
a. increase in different forms of crime
b. increase in number of crime
c. increasing sin in cities
d. irresponsible citizens
B.  The words ‘confined to books alone’ implies………………. 
a. the books are full of good characters
b. the world is full of good characters
c. good characters only in books
d. books should have good characters
C. The main reason for suicides is…………………. 
a. increasing competition
b. increasing crime
c. failing exams
d. selfish people
D. The breakup of Joint family system has made people………………… 
a. selfish
b. criminals
c. happy
d. sad
E. The antonym of ‘worsened’ is…………… 
a. deteriorated
b. improved
c. gone up
d. recovered
3. Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow:
(5 marks) 
The Snail 
Leaving the safety of a rocky ledge 
The snail sets out  
On his long journey 
Across a busy path. 
The grass is greener on the other side! 
For tender leaf or juicy stem 
He’ll brave the hazards of the road. 
Not made to dodge or weave or run, 
He must await each threatening step 
Chancing his luck 
Keeping his tentacles crossed! 
Though all unaware 
4
Of the dangers of being squashed, 
He does not pause or flinch- 
A cartwheel misses by an inch!- 
But slithers on, 
Intent on dinner. 
He’s there at last, his prize- 
Rich leaf-mould where the grass grows tall 
I salute you, Snail. 
Somehow you’ve made me feel quite small. 
 --Ruskin Bond 
1. What is the poet’s attitude towards the snail?
2. Why does the snail set out of the safe rocky ledge?
3. What does “Not made to dodge or weave or run” mean?
4. What does the poet convey by the line “keeping his tentacles crossed”?
5. Pick out a word from the poem that means the same as “dangers”.
Q4. Read the following passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow. 
Write your answers against the correct question numbers in your answer sheet.  
 (1X5 = 5 Marks) 
Unconsciousness is a state where a person appears to be in deep sleep from where he/ she 
cannot be awoken.  The individual does not respond to any external stimuli, like 
sprinkling clod water on the face, and for that matter even painful ones like piercing with 
a pin, tingling a nerve etc.  This insensible state is brought about by some interference in 
the normal functioning of the brain and the nervous system. 
Unconsciousness when partial is called stupor and when complete is called coma.  In 
cases of stupor, the individual can be roused with difficulty but the eyelids cannot be 
opened due to resistance by the individual.  In a coma, however there is no response 
when an individual is being called, the lid can be opened without any resistance. 
The usual case of unconsciousness includes fainting, sunstroke, concussion (brain injury), 
etc.  Fainting is caused by the temporary reduction in the blood supply to the brain 
because of fright, unexpected good or bad news etc.  People held up in stuffy places like 
the elevators often faint.  A sudden fall in blood pressure can also cause fainting.  The 
individual appears pale, becomes weak and slow, breathing becomes shallow and skin 
turns cold and clammy.  Excessive summer heat can make the individual faint. 
Prolonged exposure to sun may cause sunstroke, which starts with headache, vomiting, 
dizziness, cramps or dryness of the throat. 
Concussion commonly results in unconsciousness.  Direct injury to the brain caused by 
either a blow on the head or a fall from a height etc may result in concussion.  The patient 
may ‘black out’ for a short time.  An individual could suddenly become unconscious due 
to a heart attack.  The initial signs are vomiting, profuse sweating and pain on the left 
side of the chest. 
1. Unconsciousness is caused by……………………………………….........
2. Stupor is ……………………………… and coma is…………………….
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3. Fainting is usually brought about by …………………………………….
4. …………………………………………… are the initial signs of heart attack.
5. A word in the passage that means the same as ‘opposition’ is
………………………………….
Section B 
Writing-20 Marks 
5. You are Pankaj/ Priyanka, living in the students’ hostel of Teresa’s Mission
School, Mumbai. Write a letter to your brother, telling him of an interesting 
weekend you spent at your friend’s house (120-150 words) 
(8 marks) 
Or 
You are Manas/ Manasi staying in the students’ hostel of Heritage School,  Jaipur. 
Trough a letter from your mother you get to know that your younger brother 
Prashant is feeling sad for not having finished his project work at school due to viral 
fever.  You decide to encourage him by sending a comforting email.  Using some 
words from the input provided and your own creativity, write the email in 120-150 
words, asking your brother not to give up and try again after he recovers.  Also 
make enquiries about his health and giving some tips on good eating habits and 
exercise.  The format of the email is given below: 
recuperate        determination  distressing  persistence 
patience        accomplishment  diligence        endeavour 
indomitable spirit  grit  sincere efforts 
Format of an e-mail: 
Date: 
From: 
Subject: 
To: 
Dear 
Regards 
Name 
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causing natural ecosystems to break down. Look at the visual showing a man 
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