CBSE Class10 English (Communicative) Sample Paper 2019

CBSE Class 10 Board examinations for English paper will be conducted on 23 March, 2019. Before the exam, students have enough gap to thoroughly revise the whole year’s course so as to obtain high scores in exams.  

Here, solving the latest CBSE sample papers works well to give an edge to your preparations. Solving these sample papers boosts confidence and reduces the fear of board examinations that a lot of students have. By going through the CBSE class 10 sample papers and marking schemes, students can better understand their mistakes and develop the right criteria to frame perfect answers in CBSE Board Examination 2019.

Download the CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) Sample Paper 2019 and increase your chances to score high marks in Board exams. CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) sample paper is released by the board along with its marking scheme to give students an overview of the board question paper format and explain the criteria about how to include key points/concepts in your answers.

Inside CBSE Sample Paper for Class 10 English (Communicative) Exam 2019:

  • The question paper is divided into three sections :

SECTION A

Reading

20 MARKS

SECTION B

Writing and Grammar

30 MARKS

SECTION C

Literature

30 MARKS

  • All questions are compulsory.
  • Total time allowed: 3 Hours
  • Maximum Marks: 80

Students may download the sample paper and marking scheme in PDF format from the links given in this article.

A few sample questions from the CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) sample paper 2019 are given below:

Q. Write a short story, in about 200-250 words, with any one set of the cues given in the boxes below. Give a suitable title to the story.

Jasmine, Ali and two other friends decided to go on a picnic to a beach. They packed their

bags and were quite excited. They reached the picnic spot and came across a small child

who was crying ………..

OR

On October 4, we all were decorating our house to celebrate the most long awaited festival, Diwali. My heart was filled with excitement to meet my father after a long gap of six years.

But a call from the army headquarters left us stunned…

Q. In the following passage one word has been omitted in each line .Write the missing word, in any four sentences of the given paragraph, along with the word that comes before and the word that comes after it in the space provided.

                                                                                        Before         Missing Word       After

Himachal Pradesh a good place for Eco Camp       Eg.  Pradesh             is                        a

Pine Hill Eco Camp one of the ecotourism resorts  (a)   ______       ___________        ____

near Barog Himachal Pradesh. Ecotourism is         (b)   ______       ___________        ____

gaining popularity each passing day as more          (c)   ______      ___________         ____

and more people want get away from the               (d)   ______      ___________         ____

hectic schedules. This become a favourite tourist  (e)   ______       ___________         ____

spot.

Q. Answer any four of the following Questions in 30-40 words each.  

i. Although Calpurnia revealed her fear after nightmare yet Caesar decided to go to senate house. Why? 

ii. “Pen is mightier than sword”. Elucidate with reference to the poem “Not Marble Nor Gilded Monuments”. 

iii. Why was the, “Writer’s inspiration Bureau” formed?

vi. What message is conveyed by Vikram Seth through the poem “The Frog and the ightingale”?

v. How does the story “Two Gentlemen of Verona” give hope to the society? 

Q. Answer the following question based on prescribed novel text for extended reading in about 200- 250 words.

The Diary of a Young Girl

A. What are Anne‟s views about the Laws that restrict the Jew‟s freedom?

                                            OR

B.Write the pen portrait of Mr. Van Dann

To download the complete CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) sample paper and its marking scheme, click on the following links:

CBSE Class 10 English (Communicative) Sample Paper 2019

Marking Scheme

Analyzing the previous year question papers and the sample papers of the same year, it has been concluded that the format of questions asked and the allotment of marks in the board question papers are set as per the latest sample papers. Thus, practicing the latest sample papers is of great benefit for students to make different strategy to prepare for the sections carrying low and high weighatge.

After going through the CBSE English (Communicative) sample paper 2019, you will also get to understand the changed examination structure that was introduced from last session, i.e., 2017-2018.

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