English Solved Past Paper 9th Class 2011 Karachi Board

SECTION “A” (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)

1. Choose the correct answer for each from the given options:

(i) Choose the correct Negative Form:
We will visit the museum soon
* We will not be visiting the museum soon.
* We will not visit the museum soon,
* We shall not visit the museum
* We will not be visited the museum soon.

(ii) Choose the correct form of the indirect narration:
The teacher said to the boys “The earth is round”
* The Teacher told the boys that earth was round.
* The teacher said to the boys that earth is round
* The teacher told the boys that the earth is round,
* The teacher tells the boys that earth was round.

(iii) Choose the correct preposition
Islam is the religion  _____ peace.
* Into
* to
* for
* of

(iv) Choose the correct answer:
The poem “The Daffodils” was written by ____
* Mrs. Elsa Kazi
* Henry long Fellow
* William Words Worth
* Robert Frost

(v) Complete the following Sentences:
A cobbler is a person who ____
* Cooks food
* Cleans the house
* Sews the clothes
* mends the shoes

(vi) Choose the correct affirmative form:
You had not met her before. .
* you had meet her before.
* You had met her before.
* you had been meeting her before.
* you have met her before.

(vii) Change the given sentences into Passive Voice:
Obey your parents
* Let your parents be obey.
* Let your parents be obeyed.
* Let your parents obey.
* Let your parents obeyed.

(viii) Change the given sentences into Active Voice:
Many prizes were gotten by her.
* She got many prizes.
* She gets many prizes,
* She will get many prizes.
* She is getting many prizes.

(ix) Choose the correct answer:
Helen Keller visited Pakistan in ———–
* 1930
* 1956
* 1830
* 1945

(x) Choose the appropriate Article for the given sentences:
— dog is — faithful animal.
* an
* a
* the
* None of them

(xi) Choose the right meaning of the phrase:
Sweet accord means
* Sweet and smiling face.
* Sweet and dirty face,
* Sweet and angry face
* Sweet & serious face.

(xii) Change the given sentence into future continuous.
He is going home.
* He was going home.
* He will be going home.
* He has been going home.
* He will going home

(xiii) Change the given sentences into assertive form.
Are Children playing cricket?
* Children are playing cricket.
* Children were playing cricket,
* Children play cricket
* Children played cricket.

(xiv) Choose the correct interrogative form:
We got up early in the morning.
* Did we got up early in the morning?
* Did we get up early in the morning?
* Does we get up early in the morning?
* Do we get up early in the morning?

(xv) The Guddu Barrage is built on the river ____
* Chenab
* Sutlej
* Indus
* Ravi

SECTION “B” (SHORT-ANSWER QUESTIONS)

2.(a)Answer any 8 of the following questions in Three to Four sentences each:

(i) On what principle did the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) found an Islamic Society in Madina.

ANSWER:

In Madina, the Prophet (P.B.U.H) founded an Islamic, society. It was based on three principles which are:
(a) All power belongs to God.
(b) Mohammed (P.B.U.H) is his prophet, and All Muslims are brother to one another.

(ii) Why is Shah Abdul Latif called “The Saint of Bhit”?

ANSWER:

Shah Abdul Latif is called ‘Saint of Bhit’ because he lived and died on a mound of sand, in Sindh. He preached the message of love from there .

(iii) What is meant by Moen-Jo-Daro? Where is it located?

ANSWER:

The word ‘Moen-jo-Daro’ means the mound of the dead. It was one of the oldest cities in the world. Its ruins were discovered in 1922. It is 27 kilometers from Larkana on the right bank of river Indus.

(iv) Who was Florence Nightingale?

ANSWER:

Florence Nightingale was a rich and noble lady, who adopted the profession of nursing, just to help and serve the sick and wounded people.

(v) How did Helen Keller become blind and deaf?

ANSWER:

Helen Keller was a normal child upto the age of two. He then fell dangerously ill, as a result of this sickness she became blind and deaf.

(vi) What must we’ do to be good Muslims?

ANSWER:

To be good Muslims we must become good, patriotic and dutiful citizens. We should pay our taxes. fully and honestly, be sincere and loyal to ourselves and to our country.

(vii) What did Quaid-e-Azam say about education?

ANSWER:

Quaid-e-Azam said , “Education does not merely mean academic education and even that of a very poor type. What we have to do is to mobilize our people and build up the character of our future generation.

(viii) What did Allama Iqbal say about Islam in his Allahabad address?

ANSWER:

In his Allahabad address Allama Iqbal said that at difficult moments in history, it is Islam that has saved Muslims and not Muslims that have saved Islam. If we put our faith in Islam, we will become strong.

(ix) Who was Bi Aman? Why is she remembered till today?

ANSWER:

Bi Aman was the mother of two great brothers Maulana Mohammad Ali and Maulana Shaukat Ali. She encouraged her sons, who were under arrest, by the British, not to give up their cause for Muslims and not to ask pardon from the British rulers.

(x) What is an Otaq?

ANSWER:

Otaq is the meeting place for men in the villages of Sindh In their leisure house they talk about their affairs, crops and weather, in the evening. Folk songs are also sung there very often.

2.(b)Answer any Four of the following in three to four sentences each:

(i) What does the NeemTree look like?

ANSWER:

The Neem Tree looks like a giant standing in the hot sun and bearing its heat on his own body. It is a symbol of sacrifice, providing cool shade to the weary travelers.

(ii) What did the poet feel looking at the daffodils?

ANSWER:

The poet felt happy by looking at the daffodil flowers. The sight of the wide spread dancing flowers gave him real pleasure.

(iii) What would happen to us if there were no children?

ANSWER:

If there were no children, the world would be a very dull place. There would be no innocent sound of joy and happiness of the children we would feel very difficult to time.

(iv) What did Abou Ben Adham ask the angel?

ANSWER:

Abou Ben Adhem asked the angel if his name was among those who were blessed by God.

(v) Who is the happier of the two, the miller or king??

ANSWER:

The miller is a simple man who runs a mill near the river Dee. He is happier than the king because he has no worries. Nobody envies him and he envies none. He is satisfied with what he gets.

(vi) Who wrote the poem “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”.

ANSWER:

An American poet Robert Frost wrote the poem ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’.

SECTION “C” (DETAILED-ANSWER QUESTION)

(i) My aim in life

My aim is to become a soldier and serve the country. I hear about our soldiers defending our country at the time of war. I feel like going to the borders to fight for my mother-land. The time of death is fixed and never comes before. 50 there should be no fear of dying. Moreover, a soldier lives with honour and fame and his death is with dignity. I will work hard to get a good position in the examinations, so that I may easily. be selected as a candidate. I will try to keep my health and body, fit to be able be selected easily.
When I become a soldier I will fulfill my duties willingly and with zeal. On the boarders, obedience discipline and intention to serve the country is the motto of every soldier, & I too will perform my duties in the best possible-way. I believe that life laid for the country will not only give honour but a reward of peaceful life in the next world. That is my aim in life.

(ii) A Picnic at the Sea Side

One day we decided to go for a picnic at the seaside. Myself and three friends of mine, started at 3 p.m. and went to Hawks Bay. A cool breeze was blowing. We started walking leisurely along the seashore. The cool, fresh air was very pleasant. After a very long walk, we sat down on the sand. We ordered some snacks from the nearby small hotel. We enjoyed the eatables in the fresh atmosphere. One of us started telling jokes. We did not know how time passed on so quickly. It was sunset, by then. We decided to return. While coming home we had nice tea at a good hotel and came home, very happy, I will remember this picnic for days.

(iii) Misuse of Mobile Phone

Now-a-days every next man is having a mobile phone. Apart from its facility in making necessary contacts with parents and relations, its misuse has become a nuisance.
It is seen that young people have forgotten all the lessons of good manners and decent and respectable behaviour. Young boys are seen troubling girls on phone. They try to make friends have cheap talk on phone.
If discouraged some try to threaten the person they try to talk to. Moreover crimes and terrorism have increased because of easy contacts of wicked people with each other on mobile phone. And now mobile phone is encouraging unfair means during the examination by sending messages of answers and other methods.
I feel that the misuse has completely over shadowed the advantages of mobile phone.
So the authorities need to have a secret watch on the misuse and punish the culprits.

(iv) The person which I like most

A national hero is a person who has done some great work of historical importance for the nation.
Our national hero and my favourite personality can rightly be Dr. Mohammed Iqbal, the man who for the first time presented the idea of a separate Muslim state for the Muslims of the undivided India. He was born in Sialkot on 9th November 1877. He received his early education in Sialkot and later, passed M.A. from Punjab University. He received a Law degree from England and PhD from Munich University. He was a great poet and his poetry is actually a preaching of Islam. He inspired the Muslim youth by his poetry and awakened the Muslims from their sleep of ignorance and carelessness.
He presented the demand for a separate homeland for Muslims. He worked for this cause throughout his life. It is he who urged Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah to come back to India from England and work for the cause of Muslims.
After a long struggle, Pakistan came into existence but Dr. Iqbal did not live to see the creation of a Muslim state, his dream to come true. His poetry is guidance for a successful and zealous life as a Muslim.

4. Write an application to the Headmaster/headmistress of your school requesting him/her to allow your class to go for Picnic.

ANSWER:

To,
The Headmaster/Headmistress,
A.B.C. School,
Karachi.
Respected Sir/Madam,
Most respectfully we the student of class ix, earnestly request you to allow our class to go on a picnic to Safari Park. We have successfully completed our syllabus and our school preliminary examination is also over.
Please arrange the conveyance and other formalities. A suitable contribution in this regard can be done.
Thank you,

Yours obediently,
Students of class ix

Karachi,
Dated 21st May 2011.

OR Write a letter to your father telling him about your progress in studies.

Examination Hall,
Karachi,
10th June 2010

My dear father,
I hope you are well and keeping good health. I am also well and wish to tell you that now I am working very hard. I have made a time table’ of study and play and following it strictly.
My rank has improved and I stood 3’d in my class. I hope to continue the progress and get to the top. I hope you well feel happy.
Convey my regards to others, and pray for me.

Your loving son/daughter
A.B.C.

5. Translate any 5 of the following sentence

Translation

ANSWER:

(1) When do you get up in the morning?
(2) He acted according to my advice.
(3) Pakistan won the test match.
(4) Has the train left the station?
(5) We love our country.
(6) Will he be having fever?
(7) The sun sets in the west.
(8) The whole Pakistan nation respects Mader-e-Millat.

6. Read the following passage and answer the questions given at the end:

The railway line was laid in 1925 to carry the arms and supplies for the British Army. The brave tribesman broke up the parts of the line again and again. They do not do so any more now as it belongs to Pakistan. After the journey of 10 Km, the boys reached Torkham, the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. They saw a line stretched across the road and Pakistan’s flag was flying on the hill. They were welcomed by the soldiers guarding the frontiers.

(i) When and why was the railway line laid?
(ii) What is Torkham?
(iii) What did the boys see when they reached at Torkham?
(iv) Who welcomed the boys?
(v) Make the nouns of “brave” and “fly”.

ANSWER:

(i) The railway line was laid in 1925 to carry the arms and supplies for the British Army.
(ii) Torkham is the border between Pakistan & Afghanistan.
(iii) The boys saw a line stretched across the road. Pakistan is flag was flying on the hill.
(iv) They were welcomed by Pakistani soldiers who were guarding the frontiers.

(v)     Word      Noun Form
Brave         Bravery
Flight      Fly

OR Write on any One of the following.

ANSWER:

(i) Health is wealth:

Good health is really like a wealth. A healthy man can enjoy his life. But a sick person cannot enjoy good food, cannot travel and cannot play games. We must take care of our health. Flies and dust carry hundreds of germs. They are enemies of our health. Flies sit on food and sweets and fruits and make their. harmful for health. So we must not eat open food, sweets anu its. Moreover, we must try to kill mosquitoes which carry the germs of malaria. We must spray D.D.T. and germicides on still water and dirty places where mosquitoes and germs breed.

(ii) Helen Keller

Helen Keller was a wonderful lady. She had become blind and deaf in her sickness at the age of two. At the age of seven a great lady Miss Sullivan started taking care of her. Through her long patient efforts, she taught Helen to read and write. Later on, Helen went to school and passed her examinations easily. She graduated from Harvard University. She encouraged the blind and deaf people and worked, for their welfare. She also came to Pakistan 11956. She visited the school for blind and deaf and dumb and encouraged the
students and admired the teachers there.

(iii) Nursing:

Nursing is a noble profession. A nurse looks after the sick and wounded persons with love and sympathy. Islam regards nursing as very important. Many Muslim, ladles were active nurses on the battle field and in hospitals, like Hazrat Ghifaria and Hazrat Rufaida. In Pakistan there are many training institutes for nurse. After the training, they work in hospitals, clinics and nursing homes.

Posted on December 18, 2015 in 9th Class 2011 Karachi Board Past Papers

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