February 13, 2015

IPE Junior Inter English Model Question Paper for AP and Telangana

Following is the Section - C of the Junior Intermediate English
Question Paper for AP and Telangana students. Some section are missed
here. This is a representative in nature and other sections are given

Section - A: http://www.apcollegeadmissions.com/2015/02/junior-inter-english-model-paper-for-ap.html

Section - B: http://www.apcollegeadmissions.com/2015/02/ipe-junior-inter-english-model-paper.html

Note: The answers to questions in this section should be written at
ONE PLACE in the answer book separately. The entire section should be
answered in one stretch and not mixed with other sections.
VIII. Fill in the blanks with 'a', 'an' or 'the': 6 × 1/2 = 3
a) Vijay is ......... NCC officer
b) ......... food they have supplied us is perished. Don't eat it.
c) Mukesh Ambani is ......... Bill Gates of India
d) What ......... unique idea!
e) .........blue sari she wears is very dazzling
f) It is ......... honour to be present at this ceremony.

IX. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions. 6 × 1/2 = 3
a) We watched the news ......... television
b) Ranga was accused ......... murder
c) My father was angry ......... me.
d) I prefer coffee ......... tea
e) This is the book I am searching .........
f) Don't believe ......... ghosts.

X. Fill in the blanks with suitable forms of the verbs given in the
brackets. 5 × 1 = 5
a) Had I known of your arrival, I ......... (meet) you
b) Narendra Modi .... (complete) one year in office by May 2015.
c) Telugu ........ (speak) in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.
d) I ............. (have) my hair cut this afternoon.
e) I found this letter while I .......... ((look) for a book.

XI. Rewrite the sentences as directed. 5 × 1 = 5
a) They will serve dinner at 8 pm (Rewrite starting with 'Dinner')
b) Suhas said to Himneesh, 'I went to Vijayawada last week' (Change
into indirect speech)
c) Hyderabad is bigger than any other city in Telangana (Change into
Positive Degree)
d) She was guilty. She admitted it. (Combine the sentences into a
Simple Sentence)
e) You may think you know the answer but you don't, ......? (Add a question tag)

XII. Rewrite the following sentences correcting the underlined part.
The entire sentence must be written. 5 ×1 = 5
a) One should do his duty.
b) He bought a gold, beautiful necklace for her.
c) No sooner had we finished our work when we went to the beach.
d) What are you knowing about your country?
e) I, you and he went for the movie.

XIII. Supply the missing letters in the following words. 6 × 1/2 = 3
a) s e _ _ o m b) r e _ _ o n c) s e _ _ n d
d) d _ br _ s e) p _ n _ c f) l a _ _ h t e r

XIV. Identify the silent consonants in the following words. 6 × 1/2 = 3
a) mortgage b) cupboard c) rapport d) ascent e) colonel f) phlegm

XV. Identify the part of speech of the underlined word. 6 × 1/2 = 3
a) I went to bed after I had dinner.
b) Everyone was present but the secretary.
c) Water the plants daily.
d) Arjun runs like a race horse.
e) Keep silence, please.
f) You have no right to stop me from doing this.

XVI. Match the words in column 'A' with their meanings /definitions in
column 'B'. 6 × 1/2 = 3
1. depeopled ( ) a. move unsteadily
2. wobble ( ) b. prevent
3. avert ( ) c. mixture of different things
4. plethora ( ) d. deserted
5. sultry ( ) e. a large number of
6. alluring ( ) f. hot and humid
g. attractive
h. accidental

XVII. Mr. Gopinath draws a salary of Rs. 40,000 per month. He spends
15% salary on rent. Another 15% goes towards the education of his
children. 25% of his income is spent for household expenses. He uses
10% of his income to repay his loans. Transport consumes another 10%
of his salary. 10% of his salary is spent for entertainment. He
manages to save 15% of his income every month. Present this
information in a pie chart.

Find the word that is different from the other words in the group with
regard to the sound of the underlined letters. 5 × 1 = 5
1. chance chores chaos
2. excess exercise exam
3. college rouge mileage
4. pressure press stress
5. bath basket bathe

XIX. Write the number of syllables for ANY SIX of the following words.
6 × 1/2 = 3
1. duet 2. potential 3. quite 4. staunch 5. wonderfully
6. twelfth 7.vigilant 8. togetherness 9. synonym 10. ruin

XX. Complete the following dialogue. 1 × 4 = 4
Rishita : Hello Sohini
Sohini : ..................................................
Rishita : Can ................ your physics notes?
Sohini : Sure, but .................
Rishita : I'll definitely return it by Monday
Sohini : Fine, then .............
Rishita : Thanks a lot.

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