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  • 1. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VISubject : Mathematics Section : _____________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 Section – A (Marks : 20)Time Allowed: 30 MinutesNote: All parts of this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 20 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Insert the most appropriate option i.e. A/B/C/D in the empty box provided opposite : (i) The L.C.M. of two _____ numbers is the product of the two numbers. (A) natural (B) even (C) odd (D) co-prime (ii) {1, 2, 3, …} _____ {8, 10, 12} (A) Є (B) ⊂ (C) ⊄ (D) ≠ (iii) Hundred thousands make _____ . (A) one lac (B) 10 million (C) one crore (D) one billion (iv) The number ‘1661’ is divisible by: (A) 6 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 11 (v) Only one line can be drawn through: (A) one point (B) two points (C) three points (D) four points Page 1 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 2. (vi) If the H.C.F. of any two different numbers is ‘1’ then the numbers are called: (A) primes (B) factors (C) co-prime (D) multiples(vii) –3 x {(–4) + _____ } = –3 x 5 (A) 6 (B) –3 (C) 9 (D) 5(viii) 15% in its lowest term fraction is _____. 15 3 (A) (B) 100 20 100 20 (C) (D) 15 3(ix) If P:5=3:4, then ‘P’ will be equal to: 2 3 (A) 3 (B) 3 4 4 5 7 (C) 3 (D) 3 4 4(x) Formula for Loss % : (A) S.P. – C.P. (B) C.P. – S.P. Loss Profit (C) ×100% (D) ×100% C.P. C.P.(xi) Subtract 7x from 4 x: (A) 3x (B) 4x (C) –3x (D) 14x(xii) x + 2 = 7, then ‘x’ will be equal to : (A) 9 (B) 2 (C) 7 (D) 5(xiii) A straight path that extends in both directions without ever ending is: (A) angle (B) ray (C) line (D) point(xiv) _____ is the only even prime. (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 4 Page 2 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 3. (xv) A _____ is used to measure an angle. (A) ruler (B) protractor (C) set square (D) compass(xvi) Write the measures of the angles that are complementary to 70 o. (A) 30o (B) 20o (C) 90o (D) 180o(xvii) A triangle is said to be _____ if all its three sides are equal in length. (A) Scalene (B) Equilateral (C) Isosceles (D) Obtuse angled triangle(xviii) A chord that passes through the centre of a circle is called a _____ (A) ARC (B) Diameter (C) Radius (D) Semi Circle(xix) 10 mm=_____ (A) 1cm (B) 1dm (C) 1hm (D) 1km(xx) Liquid volumes are generally expressed in _____ (A) Litres (B) Milli litres (C) Centimetres (D) Decametre Page 3 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 4. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : MathematicsTime Allowed : 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 80NOTE: Questions in section ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section–B (Marks : 40)NOTE : Attempt any TEN(10) questions. Each question carries FOUR(04) marks. 2Q.2 If two lines make an angle of right angle, calculate the reflex angle between them. 5Q.3 Find the difference between the place values of ‘3’ and ‘6’ in 466234.Q.4 Test whether ‘11’ is a divisor of ‘15315’ or not.Q.5 Find the H.C.F. of 3654 and 108 by using prime factors.Q.6 Subtract the sum of –11 and –18 from –23.Q.7 Determine the mean proportional between 4 and 9.Q.8 What must be added to 3a3–3a2+3a–1 to get a3+3a2–3a+1?Q.9 If a=4, b=9 and c=25, evaluate: b2 – 4ac 3xQ.10 Solve : −5 =2 x 4Q.11 One of the base angles of an isosceles triangle is 54 o. Find its vertical angle.Q.12 Draw a circle of diameter 4.2cm,. Mark its centre as ‘O’. Take a point ‘P’ on the circle. Measure OP . Take an interior point ‘Q’. Measure OQ . What is the relation between OP and OQ ?Q.13 Find the area of rectangular fields having the following dimensions: (a) L = 5m, B = 3.5m (b) L = 32m , B = 24mQ.14 Find the volume of cuboid whose: length = 12cm , breadth = 10cm , height = 8cm Section–C (Marks : 40)Note : Attempt any FIVE (05) questions in all. Each questions carries EIGHT (08) marks.Q.15 A room is 12m 15cm long and 8m 91cm broad. The floor of the room is to be paved with Page 4 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 5. square tiles. Find the length of the largest tile that can be used.Q.16 The fastest man in the world can run 100 metres in 9 seconds. How far can he run in 1 minute and 2 seconds?Q.17 Simplify : 2(a2 – b2) – 3[ a2 – { b2 – a2 + ( a2 – b2 – a2 )}]Q.18 10 pens are purchased at the rate of Rs. 12.30 each. What is the sale price of each if there is a total gain of Rs.24?Q.19 The length and breadth of a playground are 36m and 25m respectively. Find the cost of levelling the ground at the rate of Rs.3.00 per sq. m.Q.20 The product of two positive numbers is 15876 and the larger one is 9 times the other. Find the numbers.Q.21 The sum of three consecutive even integers is 36. Find the smallest of them. Page 5 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 6. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VI Section : _____________________Subject : General ScienceTotal Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours SECTION – A (Marks : 30)Time Allowed : 30 minutesNote: All parts in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deletion/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) Look the diagrams. Which one is the epithelial cell? (A) (B) (C) (ii) Which of the following organs make up the digestive system? (A) Brain and nerve (B) Stomach and liver (C) Heart and veins (iii Which acid is found in stomach? ) (A) Nitric acid (B) Citric acid (C) Hydrochloric acid (iv) Fossil fuels contain ______ element. (A) oxygen (B) carbon (C) nitrogen Page 6 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 7. (v) Fill in the missing part in the chemical equation below. Zn + 2HCl ……..+H2 (A) ZnCl2 (B) HCl (C) ZnH2(vi) Name a substance that commonly exists as a solid, a liquid and a gas. (A) Milk (B) Water (C) Gas(vii) The unit of force is: (A) Ampere (B) Newton (C) Ohm(viii) If a load of 20N is suspended at the end of a spring balance, the reading on its scale will be (A) 1 kg (B) 2 kg (C) 4 kg(ix) People inherit their characteristics from their : (A) brother (B) sisters (C) parents(x) Paramecium is a single celled organism which moves by: (A) feet (B) cilia (C) arms(xi) Which one is the correct symbol for a bell (A) (B) (C)(xii) Look at the picture. What is being done? (A) Filtration (B) Decanting (C) Evaporation Page 7 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 8. (xiii) In solar system, which one is dwarf planet? (A) Mercury (B) Jupiter (C) Pluto(xiv) A light year is the distance light travels in : (A) 1 year (B) 2 years (C) 3 years(xv) Density can be calculated using this equation: Volume Mass (A) Density = (B) Density = Mass Volume (C) Density = Volume × Mass Page 8 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 9. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : General ScienceNote Section ‘B’ is to be answered on the separately provided answer book. The answers should be brief and to the point. Write neatly and legibly. Section-B (Marks : 70)Note: Attempt any FOURTEEN (14) questions. Each question carries FIVE (5) marks.Q.2 (a) Name the organs found in a human. (b) List three tissues which make an organ.Q.3 Copy the list of the processes and write the correct description along each one: Life process:- Movement, respiration, growth excretion, reproduction (i) Producing more of the same kind. (ii) Changing position. (iii) Increasing in size. (iv) Releasing energy from food. (v) Getting rid of waste.Q.4 Explain why we have a leap year.Q.5 (a) List the names of three alkalis. (b) List four examples of uses of Alkalis.Q.6 Describe how you would separate a mixture of sugar and chalk.Q.7 (a) List three things that happen in chemical reaction. (b) Name a chemical reaction that: (i) is fast (ii) produces heat.Q.8 (a) Why do metals corrode? (b) Name three things that cause metal to corrode.Q.9 (a) What are an electrical conductors and insulators? (b) Name at least three electrical conductors and insulators each.Q.10 (a) What does the symbol A stand for? (b) List the energy changes that take place in the following electrical components (i) Buzzer (ii) A lamp (iii) A motor (iv) A batteryQ.11 Describe a simple experiment with the help of a diagram to demonstrate the diffusion in liquid. Page 9 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 10. Q.12 (a) Look at the following diagram. Which models do these diagrams represent? (b) Why solids do not flow?Q.13 A student has a mass of 50 kg. Calculate what the student would weight on the moon? (g=1.6N/kg).Q.14 (a) Name the two groups of flowering plants. (b) Describe how each group is different?Q.15 The diagram shows a floating boat: (a) Copy the diagram and draw arrows to show the direction of forces acting on a boat. (b) Describe the forces acting on a boat. (c) Why the forces acting on the boat are balanced?Q.16 The photograph below shows a group of people: (a) List four things that the people in the photograph have in common. (b) List four differences between the people in the photograph.Q.17 (a) What is a Solute and Solvent? (b) Name a Solute and a Solvent.Q.18 Draw the relative position of the Sun, the Earth and the Moon during: (a) Solar Eclipse (b) Lunar EclipseQ.19 (a) Name three gases that cause rain to be acidic. (b) Explain why carbon dioxide is called a green house gas? Page 10 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 11. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VISubject : Computer Science Section : _____________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 40 (Theory) + 10 (Practical) = 50 Section – A (Marks: 10)Time Allowed: 30 MinutesNote: All parts in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself. It should be completed in first 30 minutes and handed over to the supervisory staff. Deleting/Overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) Which key is used to indent a paragraph: (A) Enter Key (B) Tab Key (C) Back Space Key (ii) Internet is sometimes called: (A) Network (B) The Net (C) Website (iii) For which type of job application software are designed? (A) Specific job (B) Variety of job (C) None of them (iv) CPU is located on a small computer chip of about: (A) 3 Sq inch (B) 2 Sq inch (C) 1 Sq inch (v) 1 kilobyte of memory is equal to: (A) 8 bit (B) 1024 byte (C) 65536 byte Page 11 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 12. (vi) Which of the following is not an example of interactive multimedia encyclopaedia? (A) Encarta (B) Britannica (C) Ms DOS (vii) Which one is not true for selecting text? (A) Shift + Arrow key (B) Ctrl + Shift + Arrow (C) Hold down left mouse button and drag it to the end of the text(viii) (viii) Which bar displays the name of the program and the name of current active document? (A) Status bar (B) Tool bar (C) Title bar (ix) Which of the following represents the working area on the screen of Excel window? (A) Work sheet (B) Frame (C) Work book (x) Which one is not the right way of typing formula, to find total in Ms Excel: (A) C2 + D2 + E2 + F2 + G2 = (B) = Sum (C2:G2) (C) = C2 + D2 + E2 + F2 + G2 Page 12 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 13. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VI Subject : Computer Science Section–B (Marks : 30)Time Allowed : 2 Hours and 30 MinutesNOTE: Attempt any TEN (10) questions. All questions carry THREE (03) marks.Q.2 List any three necessary conditions for a large computer system?Q.3 What is multimedia? What are the hardware requirements for a multimedia computer?Q.4 For which purpose we are using computer in the following fields. (i) Banks (ii) Libraries (iii) FactoriesQ.5 How is ‘autofill’ helpful? Explain with an example.Q.6 (a) What is an e-mail? (b) What is internet?Q.7 (a) What is Software? (b) What is meant by Characters?Q.8 Define the following:- (i) Cell (ii) Cell address (iii) Range of cellQ.9 How can you check spellings while typing in Ms word? Explain steps of using this facility?Q.10 What is the function of ALU?Q.11 How can you move the text from one location to another in the worksheet?Q.12 How can you navigate within the encyclopedia?Q.13 Name the most common input device? What is the format of this device and why was this format selected? FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Page 13 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 14. Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES GS E Roll No : _____________________ SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Name : _____________________ Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B Class : _____________________ (Marks: 42)ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Section : _____________________Question Paper : Class VISubject : Social StudiesTime Allowed: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 50 Section – A (Marks : 10)Note: All parts in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deletion/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q.1 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C in the box. (i) In the north, the high _________ pass leads to china. (A) Bolan (B) Khyber (C) Khunjrab (ii) Southern Punjab, most of Sind and Parts of Balochistan get about ________ of rainfall in summer: (A) 125-500 mm (B) 250-500 mm (C) 50-150 mm (iii) __________ is the raw material for making artificial fertilizers. (A) Coal (B) Natural gas and limestone (C) Natural gas and China clay (iv) 5th largest export of Pakistan The wool from tough hardy mountain sheep is used It can be made by hands as well as by machines Which industry is this? (A) Sports industry (B) Textile industry (C) Carpet industry Page 14 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 15. (v) Who were the ancestors of the Holy Prophet (PBUH)? (A) Bani Ummayyah (B) Bani Hashim (C) Bani Bakkar(vi) Where did the first migration of Islamic history take place? (A) To Abyssinia (B) To Persia (C) To Madina(vii) Daughter of Iltutmish Controlled and ruled for 4 years She was a strong ruler leading her armies into battles Which ruler was she? (A) Nur Jahan (B) Razia Sultana (C) Mumtaz Mahal Born in 1542 AD(viii) He introduced financial reforms Introduced a new faith ‘Din-e-Ilahi’ He made so many buildings Which Mughal King was he? (A) Akbar (B) Babur (C) Jahangir Grand son of Akbar(ix) Known as the builder of the Mughal Empire He made Taj Mahal Which Mughal King was he? (A) Shah Jahan (B) Akbar (C) Humanyun(x) What is the base of real British rule in India? (A) Indian Act 1935 (B) Pitts India Act 1785 (C) War of Independence Page 15 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 16. Z I A F OL&OE GES SCL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGESSC H Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allo wed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68Note: Sectio ns ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and le gibly. Section - B (Marks: 42) Subject : Social Studies Section – B (Marks: 32)Note: 1. Questions in this Section are to be answered on the separately provided Answer Book. 2. Attempt any EIGHT questions. Each question carries FOUR marks. 3. The answers should be short and to the point.Q.2 (a) What are the methods of irrigation in Pakistan? (b) What type of climate is there in deserts?Q.3 What are the main farming problems of Pakistan? Explain any one of them.Q.4 Write answers to these questions in one line. (a) When was the Holy Prophet (PBUH) born? (b) When did he proclaim his Prophethood? (c) How did Islam spread outside Saudi Arabia? (d) What was a ‘Catapult’?Q.5 Define Imports and Exports?Q.6 What was the set up of Sindh during Arab rule? (Give four points)Q.7 (a) Who were Ghaznavids? (b) What is the importance of ‘Silk Road’? (c) Who was the first Muslim ruler of the Northern India? (d) What is the main achievement of Alauddin Khilji as a leader and soldier?Q.8 Write names of at least four Mughal rulers who ruled over the subcontinent?Q.9 Describe briefly the rule of Sher Shah Suri.Q.10 Compare the advantages of Sea route trade with land route?Q.11 How did Sir Sayed spark off the two nation theory in the sub-continent? Page 16 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 17. Section – C (Marks: 08)Note: Q. 12 and Q.13 in this section are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with Section-A. Deletion/overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil. Each question carries 04 Marks.Q.12 Label the processing of sugarcane.Q.13 Locate the South-Asian countries on the given map. Page 17 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
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  • 19. Z I A F OL&O OCE SL FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES GS E SH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Roll No : _____________________ Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B Name : _____________________ (Marks: 42)ANNUAL EXAMINATION -2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VI Section : _____________________Subject : EnglishTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 SECTION – A (Marks : 20)Note: All parts in Sections ‘A’ and ‘B’ are to be answered on the question paper itself and attached with the answer book. Deletion / overwriting is not allowed. Do not use lead pencil.Q-1. Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box: (i) The blind woman takes her ‘siesta’. The underlined word means: (A) lying (B) afternoon rest (C) afternoon lunch (D) sleep (ii) ‘Sweto’ is (A) a fabric causing sweating (B) a name of game play (C) a vast shanty town in Africa (D) a terminus for taxis (iii) People who want to save animals, languages and ways of life are called: (A) poachers (B) veterinarians (C) conservationists (D) liberals (iv) _________ is a synonym for a ‘saying’: (A) Speaking (B) Proverb (C) Maxim (D) Telling (v) Which one of the phrases / words is a synonym of stupendous: (A) enormous (B) difficult to climb Page 19 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 20. (C) stunningly beautiful (D) fearful(vi) In the story The Egg Collector’s Surprise, the egg collector saw _________ at the top of the tree: (A) leaves (B) fruit (C) eagles (D) skeleton(vii) In the first part of the story Spider and the Lion, the spider had been: (A) planning to trick the tiger (B) fishing for his supper (C) playing with the bush fowl (D) making a web(viii) to cast a spell on. The correct meaning of the underlined phrase is: (A) to make someone sleepy (B) to do the magic on someone (C) to do incorrect spelling (D) to annoy someone(ix) Mr Huskisson did not get out of the way as the Duke did because: (A) He did not see the locomotive (B) He lost his balance and fell (C) Duke caught him (D) His foot was caught in a rail road(x) Bewildered is a: (A) two syllable word (B) three syllable word (C) four syllable word (D) five syllable word(xi) A cosmodrome is a place from where __________: (A) aeroplanes take off (B) buses stop (C) ships cruise (D) satellites are launched(xii) In the story ‘Oliver Twist’, Ben and Henry exploit Oliver by: (A) taking his food (B) abusing him (C) cheating him in the game (D) a false praise(xiii) In the story ‘The Odyssey’, who warned odysseus? (A) A fairy (B) A god (C) Goddess Circe (D) An Angel(xiv) In the story ‘The Red Rooster’, at the feast everybody was enjoying______. (A) singing (B) tasty stews (C) dancing (D) jokes Page 20 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 21. (xv) The Himalayan bear was hidden in the: (A) forest (B) cave (C) sea (D) the crowded people (xvi) Which one of the following is a suffixed word? (A) payable (B) audible (C) washable (D) capable (xvii) Which one of the following is a grammatically correct question? (A) Whom did you met? (B) Did whom you meet? (C) Whom did you meet? (D) Whom you met? (xviii) Which one of the following is an example of indefinite article? (A) The dog was sleeping in the shed . (B) Dogs were sleeping in the shed. (C) She is suffering from Malaria. (D) A boy was taking exercise. (xix) Smoking is not good for health. The underlined word is: (A) Noun (B) Adjective (C) Verb (D) Adverb (xx) ‘Strangling’ means: (A) swinging (B) playing by making a circle (C) killing someone by putting hand around the neck (D) to make someone more round and round SECTION – B (Marks: 30)Q-2. Do as directed. (10) (i) Generally, the _________ of the eruption were devastating. (affects/effects) (ii) Massive (make a noun phrase using the adjective) ________________________________________________________ Page 21 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 22. (iii) A __________ goes at the end of the word. (suffix/prefix) (iv) A belief based on false ideas is called ___________. (fill in the suitable word) (v) Non-essential or added information in the sentences is usually presented between _____________. (brackets / commas) (vi) An Apostrophe shows ___________ of the noun (possession/love) (vii) What does the acronym NATO represent? ____________________________________________________________ (viii) Gaily (use the given word in a sentence) ____________________________________________________________ (ix) Neigh _________________ (write a rhyming word) (x) A huge building (what part of speech does the underlined words represent?) ____________________________________________________________Q.3 (a) Fill in the blanks choosing the correct homophones from the box. (4) allowed, aloud, Taiga, tiger (i) They were singing ______________. (ii) Her mother ______ her to play. (iii) The poachers usually poach ____________. (iv) The vast areas of forest inside Siberia in the Russian far east is called______. (b) Fill in the blanks according to the directions given in the brackets. (4) (i) The first instrument _______________ Beethoven played when he was five was the violin. (add relative pronoun) (ii) The ball was hit high above the spectators heads. (add apostrophe to show possession). (iii) A _______ of advice (partitive genitive) Page 22 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 23. (iv) The weather is not cold today __________? (add question tag)Q.4 (a) Match the words in the left hand column with their definitions on the right. (4) jagged branches principal exploring boughs Spiky prospecting main stalls wipe away fade vertical support for sales mast become less efface stables (b) Match words with relevant parts of speech. (3) famine verb scarce Simile extinguish noun doubtfully Preposition excited as a puppy Adjective beyond adverbQ.5 Translate any FIVE sentences into English. (5) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Page 23 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 24. GS E Z I A F OL&LE OC SO FAZA IA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES SH C FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No: Answer Sheet No: Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator: Question Paper : Pakistan Studies Time Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 Note: Sections ‘B ’ and ‘C’ comprise pages 1-6 and questions therein are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Answer all the questions from section ‘B’ and ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011 Question Paper : Class VI attempt any three questions from section ‘C’. Use supplementary answer sheet i.e sheet B if required. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section - B (Marks: 42) Subject : EnglishNote:- Questions in this section are to be answered on the separately provided Answer Book. Write your answers neatly and legibly. Section C (Marks: 50)Q.6 Answer any SIX questions from the following. Answers should have 20-40 words each. (18) Each question carries 3 marks. (a) How did the children in the play ground react to the dead crow? (b) What effect did the flood have on people’s home? (c) Why was the old woman’s hand on the little girl’s shoulder? (d) How did the lion express his different point of view about the statue? (e) How was the older brother punished for the way he treated his younger brother? (f) Why was Badr-I an appropriate name for the satellite? (g) What did the keeper make the bear do? (h) Why was there an American 1930’s car in the bazaar in Punjshir valley? (j) Why was William Husskissons’ death significant?Q.7 Read the following text and answer the questions given at the end. (6) Read the following account of very first fatal railway accident, in England in 1830. Liverpool and Manchester are two important cities in the north of England. The Liverpool and Manchester Railway linked them by rail for the first time and was the first in the world to be opened for passenger traffic: Questions: (a) Where and when did first fatal railway accident happen? (b) How are the two important cities linked? (c) In which direction of England Manchester and Liverpool are situated?Q.8 (a) Read the following verse and answer the questions at the end. (6) ‘A blind man in the forest lanes feels with his stick the way to go: October’s falling sunlight stains Page 24 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 25. In deeper red the leaves below” Questions: (i) Where is the blind man walking? (ii) How does he find his way? (iii) Which season of the year is mentioned in the verse? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) One with the wind he runs And tugs a cloud upon a string: His are the wheeling suns In an unseen galaxy His the blue unfathomable sky His the eagle’s wings (ii) I have built my house Without sand without water My mother’s heart forms a great wall My father’s arm The floor and the roofQ.9 Write factual and imaginative description of your class. (15) OR Write an e-mail to your friend telling him/her how you spent your summer vacations. Page 25 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 26. In deeper red the leaves below” Questions: (i) Where is the blind man walking? (ii) How does he find his way? (iii) Which season of the year is mentioned in the verse? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) One with the wind he runs And tugs a cloud upon a string: His are the wheeling suns In an unseen galaxy His the blue unfathomable sky His the eagle’s wings (ii) I have built my house Without sand without water My mother’s heart forms a great wall My father’s arm The floor and the roofQ.9 Write factual and imaginative description of your class. (15) OR Write an e-mail to your friend telling him/her how you spent your summer vacations. Page 25 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 27. In deeper red the leaves below” Questions: (i) Where is the blind man walking? (ii) How does he find his way? (iii) Which season of the year is mentioned in the verse? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) One with the wind he runs And tugs a cloud upon a string: His are the wheeling suns In an unseen galaxy His the blue unfathomable sky His the eagle’s wings (ii) I have built my house Without sand without water My mother’s heart forms a great wall My father’s arm The floor and the roofQ.9 Write factual and imaginative description of your class. (15) OR Write an e-mail to your friend telling him/her how you spent your summer vacations. Page 25 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)
  • 28. In deeper red the leaves below” Questions: (i) Where is the blind man walking? (ii) How does he find his way? (iii) Which season of the year is mentioned in the verse? (b) Paraphrase any ONE of the following verses: (5) (i) One with the wind he runs And tugs a cloud upon a string: His are the wheeling suns In an unseen galaxy His the blue unfathomable sky His the eagle’s wings (ii) I have built my house Without sand without water My mother’s heart forms a great wall My father’s arm The floor and the roofQ.9 Write factual and imaginative description of your class. (15) OR Write an e-mail to your friend telling him/her how you spent your summer vacations. Page 25 of 25 (All papers Final exam class-VI)