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  1. 1. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VIIISubject : 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 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) Intersection of a pair {0},{E} will be _____ (A) { } (B) {0,E} (C) {0} (D) ={E} (ii) In 2 n , 2 is called a _____ (A) Radicand (B) Radical (C) Index (D) Root (iii) The cube of a negative integer is also _____ (A) Positive (B) Negative (C) Only Cube (D) None of Above (iv) System based on number 10 is. (A) Octal system (B) Penta-based system (C) Binary system (D) Decimal system 2 (v) 4 8 × 2 is _____ : (A) 32 (B) 8 (C) 2 (D) 4 Page 1 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  2. 2. (vi) Compound interest = _____ Principal. (A) Amount (B) Interest (C) Principal (D) Sale price(vii) Circumference of a circle=_____ (A) π (B) 2 π (C) 2 π r (D) 2(viii) Continued product of x+4, x+5, and x+6 is. (A) x3+15x2+74x+120 (B) x2+16x2+74x (C) x3+74x+120 (D) x3+120(ix) Cube of 101 is. (A) 10301 (B) 1030301 (C) 1030 (D) 1010(x) Factors of x2 + 9x + 20 are. (A) (x + 5) (x + 3) (B) (x + 5) (x + 4) (C) (x + 5) (x + 1) (D) (x + 9) (x + 4) a 2 −2a(xi) Reducing to its lowest term. 4a 3 −8a 2 1 (A) 3a (B) 4a (C) 4a (D) 8a 3x 2 x −1(xii) In − =1 , value of ‘x’ is. 5 4 1 15 (A) (B) 5 2 −3 4 (C) (D) 4 3(xiii) If two straight lines intersect ,the sum of the four angles thus formed is equal to: (A) one right angle (B) four right angles (C) three right angles (D) nine right angles(xiv) The quadrilaterals have how many internal angles: (A) nine (B) four (C) six (D) five(xv) Area of a trapezium is: Page 2 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  3. 3. 1 1 (A) (a+b)h (B) ah 2 2 1 1 (C) (a+b) (D) (a-b) 2 2(xvi) Volume of a right circular cone: 1 (A) π 2h r (B) πh 3 1 (C) (D) h 3(xvii) Surface area of a sphere is: (A) 4π (B) 4πr 2 (C) 4 (D) π 2 r(xviii) Mean of first eight odd, natural numbers are: (A) 9 (B) 8 (C) 7 (D) zero(xix) Difference between two class-limits is known as : (A) Class-size (B) Mean (C) Boundaries (D) Bar(xx) Length of each side of a square having area 10.24 sq m is: (A) 3.2cm (B) 3cm (C) 2cm (D) 4cm Page 3 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  4. 4. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VIII 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.Q.2 If U = {,1,2,3,4,5,6,7}, A={1,2,5,7} B = {1,3,6,7}, then Find (i) A/ ∪ UB/ (ii) (A ∩ B)/ 1Q.3 10 + 8 3 Simplify : −1 12 ×3 2Q.4 The volume of a cube is 46656 cubic metres. Find the length of each side.Q.5 Solve the equations: x x x x − = − +2 2 3 4 6Q.6 Divide the: a 3 −b 3 ÷a −bQ.7 Find the volume of a right, circular cylinder when the circumference of its circular base is 44cm and its height is 10cmQ.8 If P = 2q + 4, show that p3-8q3-24pq = 64 x (x2 − y2 ) x 2 − xyQ.9 Simplify: ÷ x 2 + 4 xy + 3 y 2 x + 3yQ.10 Divide a line segment 12cm in length in the ratio 3:4.Q.11 Find the area of a circle of radius 3.5cm:Q.12 Draw a circle of radius 2cm. Draw a tangent to the circle form a point P 6cm away form the centre of the circle.Q.13 Find the altitude of a triangle with a base of 7.5cm and an area of 21sq cm:Q.14 The following shows the marks obtained by 10 students of a class in a mathematics test (out of 50). Find the range and the mean. 40,35,24,18,32,22,45,38,30,20. Page 4 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  5. 5. Section–C (Marks : 40)Note : Attempt any FIVE (05) questions in all. Each questions carries EIGHT (08) marks.Q.15 Evaluate: 1 1 9 3 3 4 (a) 5 + 8 − 10 5 8 10 (b) 5a ( 5a + 125a 2 )Q.16 The average monthly salary of A, B and C is Rs 600 and that of B, C and D is Rs 750. If D’s salary is Rs 900 a month, find A’s monthly salary. Resolve into factors:Q.17 6 ( a 2 −b 2 ) 2 −7 ab ( a 2 −b 2 ) −24a 2 b 2Q.18 (a) The dominator of a fraction is 2 more than the numerator. If 1 is added to both, the fraction reduces to 4 find the fraction: 5 1 (b) If two straight lines AB and CD intersect each other at O and ∠ AOC = ∠ 2 AOD, find the measures of ∠ BOD and ∠ BOC.Q.19 The diameter of a Scooter’s wheel is 44cm. how far will the scooter have travelled after 450 revolutions of the wheel?Q.20 A tent in the form of a right, circular cone is 5m high its base has radius of 12m. Find (a) The area of canvas required to make the tent. (b) The volume of air space in it. (take λ =3.14)Q.21 Construct a rhombus with diagonals of length 4.2cm and 4.8cm respectively. Page 5 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  6. 6. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Class : _____________________Question Paper : Class VIIISubject : General Science Section : _____________________Time Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 100 Section – A (Marks: 20)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) In human cells the number of chromosomal pairs is: (A) 46 (B) 25 (C) 23 (D) 48 (ii) Ammonium nitrate is made by reacting ammonia with: (A) Sodium nitrate (B) Nitric acid (C) Sulphuric acid (D) Calcium nitrate (iii) The cost of using a 3kw air conditioning unit for 4 hours is: (A) 10kwh (B) 14kwh (C) 8kwh (D) 12kwh (iv) A disease caused by protein deficiency is: (A) Scurvy (B) Kwashiorkor (C) Anaemia (D) Rickets (v) Which of the following metals reacts most violently with acids? (A) Sodium and potassium (B) Iron and tin (C) Lead and zinc (D) Copper and zinc Page 6 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  7. 7. (vi) Haematite is: (A) An Aluminium ore (B) A Magnesium ore (C) A Copper ore (D) An Iron ore(vii) The weight of 4kg rock on earth is: (A) 40N (B) 400N (C) 0.04N (D) 0.004N(viii) A satellite at a height of 300km, above the Earth’s atmosphere must travel as _____ to maintain a circular orbit. (A) 28 100 km/h (B) 25 200 km/h (C) 2910 km/h (D) 27 100 km/h(ix) Water is required for photosynthesis and it is carried to the leaf by: (A) Stomata (B) Phloem tubes (C) Lower skin of leaf (D) Xylem tubes(x) To make chlorophyll, glucose is joined with: (A) Magnesium (B) Nitrogen (C) Calcium (D) Iron(xi) The age of the planet Earth is about: (A) 3.6 billion years (B) 5.2 billion years (C) 4.6 billion years (D) 2.6 billion years(xii) The gases known as ‘green house gases’ are: (A) Nitrogen and methane (B) Carbondioxide and methane (C) Sulphur oxide and Nitrogen (D) Hydrogen and oxygen(xiii) A train travels at the speed of 100 km/h. How long will it take to travel 350km: (A) 2 h (B) ½ h (C) 3½ h (D) 4 h(xiv) In following figure a skydiver is shown with parachute open. The skydiver’s weight is balanced by: (A) Parachute’s air resistance (B) Friction (C) Gravity (D) Parachute’s weight Page 7 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  8. 8. (xv) Look at the speed-time graph, the line RS shows: (A) increasing speed (B) decreasing speed (C) constant speed (D) zero speed(xvi) Diabetic patients do not produce enough _____ in their body. (A) gastric juice (B) protein (C) insulin (D) fats(xvii) Given below is an equation of complete combustion of methane. CH4 + 2O2 CO2 + + Heat What is missing in the box? (A) O2 (B) H2O (C) CO (D) 2H2(xviii) Which of the following is not a natural composite material? (A) ivory (B) soap (C) bone (D) wood(xix) Pressure is equal to: Distance Force (A) (B) Area Time Distance Force (C) (D) Time Area(xx) The turning effect of a force is called: (A) Moment (B) Momentum (C) Pressure (D) Force multiplier Page 8 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  9. 9. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VIII Subject : General Science Section–B (Marks: 80)Time Allowed : 2 Hours and 30 MinutesNOTE: Attempt any TEN (10) questions. All questions carry Four (04) marks.Q.2 Differentiate between Homozygous and Heterozygous. (4)Q.3 (a) Write the chemical formula of Nitric Acid and Lead Carbonate. (2) (b) Write general chemical equation of the acids with metal carbonates. (2)Q.4 (a) What is Sankey Diagram? (2) (b) Draw a Sankey diagram for a buzzer. (2)Q.5 (a) Which disease is caused by an absence from the diet of: (2) (i) Vitamin C (ii) Vitamin D (b) Why fibre is an important component of our diet? (2)Q.6 Describe what will you see when: (a) A piece of Sodium is dropped in water. (2) (b) Heat is passed over heated magnesium. (2)Q.7 (a) Explain why things fall to the ground when you drop them. (2) (b) Why do two very large and heavy objects attract each other when they are (2) close?Q.8 What does a plant do with the cellulose? (4)Q.9 (a) What is Humus? (2) (b) Write a word equation for the production of sulphuric acid rain. (2)Q.10 A sports car travels at its top speed of 200 km/h. How far will it travel in: (2,2) (a) 5 hours? (b) 30 minutes?Q.11 Describe the following types of soil: (2,2) (a) Clay Soil (b) Sandy SoilQ.12 Why a car engine should never be run in a closed garage? Explain. (4)Q.13 Explain why the pressure in a liquid increases with depth. (4) Section-C (Marks : 40)Note: Attempt any TWO (02) questions out of Question No 14, 15 and 16 and ONE (01) question out of questions 17 and 18. Page 9 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  10. 10. Q.14 (a) How does the process of selective breeding work? Describe selective (8) breeding in sheep? (b) Differentiate between alternating current and direct current. (4)Q.15 (a) Explain why the smokers often get bronchitis? (7) (a) Give five properties of metals. (5)Q.16 (a) Describe the movement of the planets in the Solar System. How are the (6) planets kept in their orbits? (b) Write the word equation for photosynthesis. (3) (c) Explain how the starch test shows that the plant has been (3) photosynthesising.Q.17 (a) How does acid rain affect: (9) (i) rocks? (ii) metals? (iii) living things? (b) See the picture below and explain how it happens. (3) (c) Explain what do these terms mean: (4) (i) Air Resistance (ii) Terminal VelocityQ.18 (a) Describe Thermite Reaction. (4) (b) Describe how you can show that the pressure on the liquid does not depend (4) on the shape of its container. (c) What are antagonistic pairs of muscles? Explain with the help of a diagram. (8) FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Page 10 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  11. 11. Roll No : _____________________ Name : _____________________ Class : _____________________ANNUAL EXAMINATION-2011 Section : _____________________Question Paper : Class VIIISubject : Computer ScienceTime Allowed : 3 Hours Total Marks : 55(Theory) + 20(Practical)=75 Section – A (Marks: 12)Time Allowed: 20 MinutesNote: All parts in 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 Choice of correct answer should be indicated by writing A/B/C/D in the box. (i) An application software that displays some useful information on the screen as we move the mouse pointer on it is known as: (A) Modern Software (B) User Friendly Software (C) Traditional Software (D) Professional Software (ii) A shining light on paper that reflects the light directly into the computer for checking the prescribed options of MCQ’s is done by: (A) OCR (B) MICR (C) OMR (D) Card Reader (iii) All the information of bar codes are stored in: (A) Table Menu (B) Table Bar (C) Table Label (D) Table Lookup (iv) A queue is formed to avoid waiting for the printer through: (A) Photo Printer (B) Graph Plotter (C) Buffer (D) Spooling (v) Which of the following systems represents combination of three major components of Knowledge Base, Inference Engine and User Interface: (A) Expert System (B) Operating System Page 11 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  12. 12. (C) Application System (D) Database System (vi) WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus, Pointer) Systems have been developed to: (A) Type a command at the (B) Keep remember the commands prompt (C) Retype the command in (D) Bypass problems mentioned in case of syntax error options (A) , (B) & (C) (vii) Typical pattern of digits Difficult to find even a single error No help to find error by the computers Developing a program is tedious and boring Which computer language is it? (A) Assembly Language (B) Basic Language (C) Cobol Language (D) Binary Language(viii) (viii) Which of the following methods is helpful to protect data from corruption: (A) By keeping backup copies (B) Password and Data encryption of original files must be used (C) Telephone lines must be (D) Filing cabinet must be locked secure (ix) The number of jobs available Skills needed to find a job The exposure of employees to dirty and dangerous working conditions Productivity of workers Which of the following areas look after the above? (A) Information Technology (B) IT Development (C) Robotic Technology (D) Integrity of Data (x) Which of the following is not an algorithm: (A) Instruction to add numbers (B) Making a pineapple cake (C) Running a programme (D) Word Processing on computer (xi) Which bar in Corel Draw contains commands related to active tool or object: (A) Menu (B) Tool (C) Property (D) Toolbox (xii) Look at the figure below and identify the correct operation performed: Page 12 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  13. 13. (A) Skewing (B) Trimming (C) Smudging (D) Blending Page 13 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  14. 14. FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGES ANNUAL EXAMINATION–2011 Question Paper : Class VIII Subject : Computer Science Section–B (Marks : 27)Time Allowed : 2 Hours and 40 MinutesNOTE: All questions in Sections ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer sheet. The answers should be brief and to the point. Write neatly and legibly.Note Attempt any NINE questions out of the following:Q.2 Differentiate between dedicated and general purpose computers?Q.3 List and explain examples of Utility Program.Q.4 Differentiate between Sequence and Selection.Q.5 Write down the steps followed in trimming an object.Q.6 Write the purpose of any two of the following: (a) OCR (b) MICR (c) OMRQ.7 (a) What do the letters DVD-ROM stands for? What is it used for? (b) Write the purpose of Computer Output on Microfilm (COM).Q.8 Write down at least six jobs of an operating system.Q.9 Draw a flowchart that takes 20 integer values from the user to sort out into even or odd.Q.10 What are the advantages and disadvantages of High Level Language?Q.11 Why can computers never be 100% secure? Write down at least three reasons?Q.12 What is the purpose of Smudge Brush Tool? Section–C (Marks:16)Note Attempt any TWO (02) questions out of the following. Each question carries EIGHT (08) marks:Q.13 (a) Explain the significance of Bar Codes. (04) (b) Differentiate between CD - RW and CD – R. (04)Q.14 (a) List and explain any two commonly used methods for writing an algorithm. (04) (b) What are the advantages of Industrial Robots? (04)Q.15 (a) Write on any two jobs related IT Industry. (04) (b) Describe the following tools in your own words? (02,02) (i) Freehand (ii) Smudge Brush Page 14 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  15. 15. 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 VIII Section : _____________________Subject : 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. 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) Which imaginary line divides the world into two equal halves? (A) Tropic of Capricorn (B) Equator (C) Tropic of Cancer (ii) The biggest single crop in the World Grown in the subcontinent by 300 BC Today its varieties are much improved Grown only with its feet in the water and head in hot sun Which crop is it? (A) Sugar Cane (B) Wheat (C) Rice (iii) Takes raw materials and make them finished goods Tins to trains, needles, nuclear plants, shoes etc Tiny workshops, factories and automated plants Which kind of industry is it? (A) Tertiary industry (B) Secondary industry (C) Primary industry Page 15 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  16. 16. (iv) Store and keep customers’ money Lend money to people Invest money deposited by customers Which institution / organization provides these services? (A) Stock Exchange (B) Banks (C) Money Changers(v) When the exports of a country are more than imports: (A) the country has positive balance of payment (B) the country has negative balance of payment (C) the country has debts and poor living(vi) Which one of the following statements is correct? (A) War of Independence was fought in 1957. (B) War of Independence was fought in 1857 (C) War of Independence was fought in 1585(vii) Islamization policies were introduced by: (A) Benazir Bhutto (B) Gen Yahya Khan (C) Zia-ul-Haq(viii) Improved working and living conditions, wages, technical cooperation and democracy in the work place is done by: (A) IMF (B) International Court of Justice (C) ILO(ix) What is the other name of Jerusalem for Muslims? (A) Bait-ul-Hikma (B) Bait-ul-Muqadas (C) Bait-ul-Mal(x) Which one of Pakistani scientists was associated with drug research? (A) Dr Salimuzzaman (B) Dr A. Q. Khan (C) Dr Abdul Salam Page 16 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  17. 17. GS E Z I A F OL&OE OC SL FAZA IA SCHOOLS/COLLEGES FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGESSH C Roll No: Answer Sheet No:Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate:Air Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator:Question Paper : Pakistan StudiesTime Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68 ANNUAL EXAMINATION – 2011Note: 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 (Marks: 42) Question Paper : Class VIII Subject : Social StudiesIMPORTANT : Questions in Sections ‘B’ and ‘C’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Section – B (Marks: 24)Note: 1. Attempt any EIGHT questions. Each question carries THREE marks. 2. ANSWERS SHOULD BE SHORT AND TO THE POINT.Q.2 Describe briefly the phenomenon in this picture.Q.3 (a) What is the long-term aim of OIC? (b) When and why Egypt was suspended from the Arab League? (c) When and why R.C.D was revised?Q.4 What are the advantages of cattle rearing?Q.5 Answer the following questions briefly. (a) Which gases are the main components of natural gas? (01) (b) Write four major uses of natural gas. (02)Q.6 Answer the following questions briefly: (a) Differentiate between visible and invisible imports? (02) (b) List four manufactured goods of Pakistan? (01) Page 17 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
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  19. 19. Q.7 Write a note on the famous Pakistani scientist Dr Abdul Salam.Q.8 Allama Iqbal is ranked amongst the great Muslim Leaders. Give at least three reasons.Q.9 Name the important events: (a) 28 May, 1998 (b) 1979 (c) September 11, 2001. Section – C (Marks : 16)Note: Answer any TWO questions of the following. Every question carries EIGHT marks.Q.10 (a) Describe briefly the benefits of the Mediterranean Climate? (b) How do people work in Stock Exchange?Q.11 (a) What valuable services were rendered by Sir Sayyed Ahmad Khan in educational field? (b) What were the factors that led to the break-up of West and East Pakistan?Q.13 (a) Why is Palestine such an emotional issue for Arabs and Israel? (b) Democracy is a system of government. What are its main aspects?Q.14 Why was ‘League of Nations’ a failure? Write at least three points. Page 19 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  20. 20. 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 VIII Section : _____________________Subject : EnglishTime Allowed: 3 Hours Total Marks: 100 Section – A (Marks: 20)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) What is meant by ‘petrified’? (A) glorified (B) terrified (C) to change (D) extremely happy (ii) The expression ‘yuck’ is used to express ______________. (A) hate (B) disgust (C) anger (D) sadness (iii) What is meant by the phrase ‘fatal illusion’? (A) unfortunate chain of events (B) belief in fate (C) deceived and killed by false impression (D) to make something clearer (iv) Don’t eat it. I think it must be off; the underlined phrase means: (A) not safe to eat (B) not delicious (C) having bad smell (D) too bitter Page 20 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  21. 21. (v) ‘The Market-Place’ has been taken from a fascinating story called ‘The Phantom Tollbooth’, which is written by ______________. (A) James Berry (B) Norton Juster (C) Louis de Bernieres (D) Laurie Lee(vi) _________ means making dishonest payments: (A) Cheating (B) Embezzlement (C) Bribery (D) Corruption(vii) Which of the following words comes from the Japanese language? (A) mirage (B) tsunami (C) aborigine (D) bonjour(viii) Which one of the following words means ‘still enthusiastic and determined, despite difficulties’? (A) undaunted (B) undreamt of (C) undisturbed (D) unexcited(ix) How did Jim rescue Miss Falkland? (A) He lifted her from her saddle. (B) He pushed her from the saddle. (C) He pulled her from the horse. (D) He turned her horse back.(x) The _________ capsule released from NASA’s Genesis spacecraft, contained sample of solar wind. (A) 450 lb (B) 452 lb (C) 453 lb (D) 451 lb(xi) What is the name of Robert Browning’s homeland? (A) Canada (B) America (C) Italy (D) England(xii) The Orient Express was a famous train owned by a_________. (A) European Company (B) Italian Company (C) French Company (D) Turkish Company(xiii) How did Mandela feel about his school suit? (A) He felt ashamed. (B) He felt proud. (C) He felt very happy. (D) He felt worried.(xiv) There was one ‘dame teacher’, dame means ___________. (A) a male teacher (B) a young teacher (C) an assistant teacher (D) a female teacher Page 21 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  22. 22. (xv) Her mother called her, when she was playing with Malcolm. The underlined verb is a/an ____________. (A) -ed participle (B) infinitive (C) present participle (D) gerund Page 22 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  23. 23. (xvi) Which one of the following is a conditional sentence: (A) If I had time, I would learn Japanese. (B) He asked if he would go to the market. (C) He looked side ways as if he were about to bite her. (D) Children today aren’t like they were in our days.(xvii) The neighbour’s in the area help each other. The underlined word is a/an ________. (A) reflexive pronoun (B) emphatic pronoun (C) reciprocal pronoun (D) indefinitive pronoun(xviii) The circus master, along with the acrobats ________ into the ring. (A) are coming (B) were coming (C) to be coming (D) is coming(xix) Which one of the following is an adverb of frequency? (A) constantly (B) frequent (C) therefore (D) almost(xx) To Nancy’s ____________ Red Dog sat happily. (A) amazing (B) amazingly (C) amazeful (D) amazement Page 23 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  24. 24. Z I A F OL&LE OC SO FAZAIA SCHOOLS/COLLEGESGS ESHC Roll No: Answer Sheet No:Directorate of Schools/Colleges Signature of Candidate: FAZAIA SCHOOLS & COLLEGESAir Headquarters, Peshawar Signature of Invigilator:Question Paper : Pakistan StudiesTime Allowed : 2.40 hours Total Marks: 68Note: 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 (Marks: 42) ANNUAL EXAMINATION - 2011 Question Paper : Class VIII Subject : English Section – B (Marks : 80)Time Allowed: 2 Hours and 30 Minutes Total Marks: 80Note: Questions in Section ‘B’ are to be answered on the separately provided answer book. Write your answers neatly and legibly.Q.2 Do as directed: (10) (a) ______________________ (write the name of musical instrument by using word ‘double’ with it. (b) ‘Shovelling white steam over her shoulder’: (Identify the personification) (c) Flames, blaze, oven, fire: (Pick the odd man out) (d) I lafte hym, by my fey: (Translate into modern English) (e) ‘Was’: give infinitive form. (f) ‘abridge: (Use in a sentence) (g) ‘Not completely conscious’: (give a prefix word to mean the same) (h) ‘Where do you want to go?’ he asked. (Change into indirect speech) (j) ‘Underneath’: (Make a prepositional phrase) (k) hat, cap, cloak, hood, bonnet : (Pick the odd man out)Q.3 (a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate words from the word bar. (4) Incredibly, sprawl, agile, grew (i) Traditionally ______ climbers collect these sea swifts nests from remote caves. (ii) From wheat fields to urban __________, a new train is making its way up and down Australia each week. (iii) She fell fifty feet onto the beach below the cliff, but ________ she was not hurt. (iv) My parents _______ among palm trees. Page 24 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
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  26. 26. (b) Fill the following according to the instructions given in the brackets. (4) (i) Milo was beginning to feel excited about the letters and what he could make out of them. ___________, he felt he could spell the words correctly. (conjunctive adverb) (ii) A good teacher ____________ the best in a pupil. (multi-word verb with ‘bring’) (iii) Many Asian countries __________________ many European countries were affected in the tsunami. (phrasal preposition) (iv) He drove the car ___________. (emphatic pronoun)Q.4 (a) Match the following words in the left column with items in the right (4) column. utter slow and heavy juicy well-known renowned speak ponderous succulent (b) Match the items in the left column with the relevant items in the right (4) column. Preposition occasionally Adverb of frequency the most sensible Multi-word verb beside Superlative adjective to break intoQ.5 Answer any SIX questions from the following. Answers should have 20-30 (18) words each. (a) Why was Jim the one to go after Miss Falkland’s mare? (b) Describe the writer’s experience in the Desert Park. (c) Why is the grinding stone essential for the village community? (d) Why does Young Jo’s mother suddenly say that Young Jo is allowed to go to the party? (e) How did Holmes know that McPherson was dying? (f) Why does Shahrazad dislike Malcolm so much? (g) Explain what the letter-man was selling and how he encouraged Milo to buy his goods. Page 26 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  27. 27. (h) Why does Laurie say that he is not going to go back to school again? (j) What was the role of a kite runner?Q.6 Read the paragraph carefully and answer the questions given below: (6) Dr. Rose did indeed remember Daniel. He had helped him into the world and watched him grow up into a lively boy who was often up to some kind of mischief. As he grew into a young man helping his parents on the farm, Dr. Rose thought that he had never seen such a promising young man. Tragically, Daniel had died following a farm accident a few months previously. Questions: (i) Who remembered Daniel? (ii) What did Daniel do when he grew into a young man? (iii) What had happened to Daniel two months ago?Q.7 (a) Read the following verse carefully and answer the questions given (6) below: And after April, when May follows, And the white throat builds, and all the swallows! Hark, where my blossomed pear-tree in the hedge Leans to the field and scatters on the clover Blossoms and dew drops – at the bent spray’s edge That’s the wise thrush; he sings each song twice over Lest you should think he never could recapture The first fine careless rapture! Questions: (i) What does the poet mean when he used the word ‘Hark’? (ii) What sings on the bent spray’s edge? (iii) What is meant by ‘careless rapture’ in the last line? (b) Paraphrase any One of the following verses: (4) In the days that followed the parents were reassured by the crooked school ties and uncombed hair, by the increasingly untidy bedrooms, by the whining voices of protest at bedtime and by the dirt behind the ears – that all was well again. The parents were not perfect and once more neither were their children. Page 27 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  28. 28. None of them was perfect. They were all just perfectly normal. OR No head from the leaf-fringed sill Learned over and looked into his grey eyes, Where he stood perplexed and still. But only a host of phantom listeners That dwelt in the lone house then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlightQ.8 (a) Write down a paragraph under the following heading: (50-75 words) (5) ‘Equality and Brotherhood’. (b) Write an essay under any one of the following headings: (175-200 (10) words) (i) Materialism in the Modern World (ii) TelecommunicationQ.9 Translate any FIVE sentences into English. (5) Page 28 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  29. 29. None of them was perfect. They were all just perfectly normal. OR No head from the leaf-fringed sill Learned over and looked into his grey eyes, Where he stood perplexed and still. But only a host of phantom listeners That dwelt in the lone house then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlightQ.8 (a) Write down a paragraph under the following heading: (50-75 words) (5) ‘Equality and Brotherhood’. (b) Write an essay under any one of the following headings: (175-200 (10) words) (i) Materialism in the Modern World (ii) TelecommunicationQ.9 Translate any FIVE sentences into English. (5) Page 28 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  30. 30. None of them was perfect. They were all just perfectly normal. OR No head from the leaf-fringed sill Learned over and looked into his grey eyes, Where he stood perplexed and still. But only a host of phantom listeners That dwelt in the lone house then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlightQ.8 (a) Write down a paragraph under the following heading: (50-75 words) (5) ‘Equality and Brotherhood’. (b) Write an essay under any one of the following headings: (175-200 (10) words) (i) Materialism in the Modern World (ii) TelecommunicationQ.9 Translate any FIVE sentences into English. (5) Page 28 of 28 (Maths-VIII)
  31. 31. None of them was perfect. They were all just perfectly normal. OR No head from the leaf-fringed sill Learned over and looked into his grey eyes, Where he stood perplexed and still. But only a host of phantom listeners That dwelt in the lone house then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlightQ.8 (a) Write down a paragraph under the following heading: (50-75 words) (5) ‘Equality and Brotherhood’. (b) Write an essay under any one of the following headings: (175-200 (10) words) (i) Materialism in the Modern World (ii) TelecommunicationQ.9 Translate any FIVE sentences into English. (5) Page 28 of 28 (Maths-VIII)

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