12th English 100 Marks

Bihar Board 12th Inter Exam 2020 English 100 marks VVI Objective Model Set 3 On New latest pattern Practice Set

Bihar Board 12th English 100 marks VVI Objective Model Set

1. …. Sun shines brightly.

(A) A 

(B) An

(C) The 

D) No Article

2. The great scholar and poet. ………. died.

(A) have 

(B) has

(C) are 

(D) None of these

3. I …………. dance classes. 

(A) not enjoy 

(B) doesn’t enjoy

(c) don’t enjoy 

(D) am not enjoying

4. I bought these books …………. auction. 

(A). for 

(B) from

(C) at 

(D) of

5. Have my orders been carried out by you? (Choose the best active voice)

(A) Will you carry out my orders?

(B) Have you carried out my orders?

(C) Can you carry out my orders?

(D) Had you carried out my orders?

6. Choose the correct sentence :

(A) I am not used to Shouting.

(B) I am not used to Shout.

(C) I am not used over Shout. 

(D) I am not used by Shouting.

7. I am fond ………… music. 

(A) in 

(B) to

(C) of 

(D) with

8. Paris is the …………. city in Europe.

(A) clean 

(B) cleaner

(C) most clean 

(D) cleanest

9. ……….. I open my window? 

(A) Ought 

(B) Have

(C) Should 

(D) Must

10. The price of mangoes … … gone up.

(A) was 

(B) has

(C) were 

(D) haves

11. …………. Himalayas lie to ……… north of India. 

(A) A, an 

(B) An, a

(C) The, the 

(D) No Article

12. ………… lion is ……….. king of beasts. 

(A) A, an 

(B) An, the

(C) The, a 

(D) No Article

13. ………… Aeroplanes can fly very fast. 

(B) An

(C) The

14. The medicine cured her …………. her disease. 

(A) since 

(B) with

(C) of 

(D) over 

15. Anand borrowed Rs. 1000 ……….. him. 

(A) in 

(B) from

(C) with 

(D) to

16. He is unwell. He cannot attend college. (Choose the correct option of combination) ;

(A) He is unwell if cannot college.

(B) He is unwell as he cannot attend college.

(C) He is unwell, he cannot attend college. 

(D) He is unwell, so he cannot attend college.

17. What did he say? This was it. (Choose the correct option of combination)

(A) What did he say for it.

(B) This was what he said. 

(C) What he say for it.

(D) None of these

18. One ………… not touch a live wire. 

(A) will 

(B) must

(C) would 

(D) can

19. A driver ………. follow the rules of the road. 

(A) can 

(B) shall

(C) dare 

(D) must

20. You ……….. not scrub the floor. The maid will do it. 

(A) could 

(B) shall

(C) need 

(D) might

21. Choose the correct sentence. 

(A) Himself is Mr. Anand.

(B) Him is Mr. Anand. 

(C) He is Mr. Anand.

(D) None of there

22. Choose the correct sentence. 

(A) Jeans was not permitted in our college.

(B) Jeans were not permitted in our college.

(C) Jeans is not permitted in our college. 

(D) None of these.

23. The antonym of ‘Active 

(A) Inactive 

(B) Walking

(C) Garden 

(D) Hard

24. She did not hide the truth ………. her husband. 

(A) from 

(B) with

(C) to 

(D) at

25. Someone was knowking …………. the door. 

(A) in 

(B) at

(C) with 

(D) to

26. We must protest ………… injustice. 

(A) with 

(B) into

(C) against 

(D) to

27. ……….. books you gave me are very interesting, 

(A) A 

(B) An

28. Kasmir is …………. Switzerland of India. 

(D) No Article

(A) A

(C) The 

(B) An 

(C) The 

(D) No Article

29. Last year, there ………… be a restaurant here. 

(A) used to

(B) could

(C) ought to 

(D) might 

30. My grandfather ……….. not read without glasses.. 

(A) can 

(B) need

(C) must 

(D) should in

31. I will buy the tickets in advance. (Change into passive voice)

(A) In advance I will buy tickets.

(B) We will buy tickets in advance.

(C) The tickets will be bought by me in advance. 

(D). Buy tickets in advance.

32. The porter was carrying the luggage. (Change into passive voice)

(A) The porter carried the luggage.

(B) The luggage carried’ the porter.

(C) The porter is carried the luggage. 

(D) The luggage was being carried by the porter.

33. The synonym of ‘General 

(A) people 

(B) card

(C) normal 

(D) district

34. Rahul said, “Where will I go now?” (Choose the correct indirect narration).

(A) Rahul asked where would be go then.”

(B) Rahul asked where he will go then.

(C) Rahul asked where he would go then. 

(D) None of the above.

35. Rocky said to Jo, “May I use your pen, today?”. (Choose the correct indirect narration).

(A) Rocky asked Jo if he her may use her pen that day.

(B) Rocky asked Jo if me might use her pen that day.

(C) Rocky asked Jo if may be use her pen. 

(D) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’.

36. Choose the Correct Sentence. 

(A) Mukesh and me are going to Delhi.

(B) Mukesh and I are going to Delhi.

(C) Mukesh and I am going to Delhi.

(D) None of these.

37. Choose the Correct sentence. 

(A) He did not laugh at you and I.“

(B) He did not laugh at I and you.

(C) He did not laugh at you and me. 

(D) None of these.

38. ‘A wild goose chase’ means— 

(A) a desperate effort

(B) a useful effort

(C) a good effort 

(D) a baseless effort

39. Choose the correctly spelt word. 

(A) Grammer

(B) Gremmar

(C) Grammar 

(D) Gremmer

40. ‘One who loves one’s country’ called 

(A) Revolutioner 

(B) Traitor

(C) Patriot 

(D) Ambassador

41. Civilization points out to man— 

(A) how to make money

(B) how to win the enemy 

(C) the path of duty

(D) the way of living

42. To observe morality is to attain mastery over 

(A) economic growth

(B) political ability 

(C) minds and passions

(D) art

43. Dr. Zakir Hussain was long associated with 

(A) business 

(B) education

(C) art 

(D) game

44. Nanukaka thought that the secretary treated them coldly because they had not gone in 

(A) an old car 

(B) a bigger car

(C) a small car d

(D) a new car

45. Martin Luther King Jr. was born in 

(A) 1939 

(B) 1929

(C) 1919 

(D) 1969

46. Seibei was 

(A) an artist 

(B) a musicians

(C) a singer 

(D) None of these 

47. Seibei’s parents knew that he often bought himself 

(A) apples

(B) oranges

(C) gourds 

(D) guavas

48. Dorothy L. Sayers was born in 

(A) 1863 

(B) 1873

(C) 1883 

(D) 1893

49. The Mongolian from Europe invaded— 

(A) Bengal 

(B) Delhi

(C) Punjabi 

(D) Kashmir

50. The first woman President of the General Assembly of the United State was the

(A) Japanese 

(B) American

(C) Chinese 

(D) Indian

51. ‘Sweetest Love, I Do Not Goe’ is.. 

(A) a didactic poem 

(B) an allegorical poem

(C) a love poem 

(D) None of these

52. Donne is well-known for his …… 

(A) songs and sonnets

(B) satires

(C) sermons 

(D) All of these

53. Who has composed the poem, ‘Ode To Autumn’? 

(A) Keats 

(B) Wordsworth

(C) Coleridge

(D) Shelley

54. ‘Ode To Autumn’ is written in ………… 

(A) October 1819 

(B) September 1819

(C) November 1819

(D) December 1819

55. Walter de la Mare received the ‘Order of Merit’ with Queen Elizabeth-II in …..

(A) 1951 

(B) 1952

(C) 1953 

(D) 1954

56. Walter de la Mare was …. 

(A) a poet 

(B) a novelist

(C) a short story-writer

(D) All of these

57. ‘Fire-Hymn’ deals with 

(A) bathing 

(B) burning 

(C) drinking 

(D) None of these

58. The term ‘debauchery’ in ‘Fire-Hymn’ stands for 

(A) moral behaviour

(B) disgusting behaviour 

(C) immoral behaviour

(D) None of these

59. ‘My Grandmother’s House’ published in … 

(A) 1963 

(B) 1964

(C) 1965 

(D) 1966

60. ‘My Grandmother’s House’is. 

(A) a sonnet 

(B) an ode

(C) a ballad 

(D) a lyric


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