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The question paper comprises three sections - A, B and C.
Section A - Reading
20 martes
Section B - Writing and Grammar
30 marks
Section - Literature
30 marks
10 There are 11 questions in the question paper. All questions are compulsory
answers should be brief and to the point.
(te) There is no overall choice in the question paper. However, an internal choice
has been prouided in Section B and Section C. Make your choices correct. y.
() in addition to this, separafe instructions are given with each section and
question wherever necessary.
(0) Do not exceed the prescribed word limit while answering the questions
4 She speaks of the undaunted, ever hopeful human spirit. She zeminds
us that it is important to visit museums in our country to experience
the impact that a work of art leaves on our senses, to find among all
the riches une particular vision of beauty that speaks to us alone.
11 On the basis of your reading of tbe above passage answer the
following questions.
(a) The Dancing Girl belongs to
u Greek culture
m) Homo sapiens.
(iv) Tibet.
(b) In the museum she's kept among
(1) dancing figures
(2) bronze statues.
in terracotta animals.
(iv) books.
Which information is not given in the passage?
The girl is caged behind glass.
(i) She is a rare artefact.
(m School books communicate the wealth of our heritage.
Liv! She cannot be rediscovered as she's bronze.
"Great Art'has power because
0 it appeals to us despite a passage of time.
(1) it is small and can be understood.
() it is seen in pictures and sketches.
(iv) it is magnified a million times.
The jewellery she wears
(i) consists of bangles of shell or ivory or thin metal only.
is a necklace with two pendants.
(m. Both (i) and (ii) are correct.
(iv) Neither (i) nor (i) is correct.
She reminds us
(1) of the never-say-die attitude of humans.
(ü why museums in our country are exciting.
(m) why she will make us come into money.
(iv) of dancing figures.
The synonym of the word "among in paragraph lis
The size of the dancing girl is equal to the length of the
human palm. (True False)
P. T
SECTION A- (Reading)
20 marks
Read the following passage carefully.
1 Caged behind thick glass, the most famous dancer in the world can
easily be missed in the National Museum, Delhi. The Dancing Girl of
Mohenjo-daro is that rare artefact that even school children are
familiar with. Our school textbooks also communicate the wealth of
our 5000-year heritage of art. You have to be alert to her existence
there, amid terracotta animals to rediscover this bronze image.
Most of us have seen her only in photographs or sketches, therefore
the impact of actually holding her is magnified a million times over.
One discovers that the dancing girl has no feet. She is small, a little
over 10 cm tall - the length of a human palm — but she surprises us
with the power of great art - the ability to communicate across
A series of bangles - of shell or ivory or thin metal - clothe her left
upper arm all the way down to her fingers. A necklace with three
pendants bunched together and a few bangles above the elbow and
wrist on the right hand display an almost modern art.

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