MP board 9th English Ardhvaarshik paper solve 2023/ कक्षा 9वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2 जनवरी को ऐसा आएगा

MP board 9th English Ardhvaarshik paper 2023 – नमस्कार प्यारे छात्रों स्वागत है आज किस पोस्ट में है क्लास 9th अंग्रेजी अदवार्षिक पेपर के बारे में जानने वाले हैं क्योंकि क्लास 9th अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक का पेपर 2 जनवरी 2023 को होने वाला है अगर आप भी कक्षा 9वी के विद्यार्थी हैं तो आज कि यह पोस्ट आपके लिए बहुत महत्वपूर्ण होने वाली है क्योंकि हम आपको क्लास नाइंथ अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर ( 9th English Ardhvaarshik paper solve ) के लिए क्वेश्चन आपको बताने वाले हैं और आपको बताएंगे कि आपका क्लास नाइंथ अंग्रेजी का पेपर कैसा आने वाला है तो चलिए जान देते हैं।

Class 9th English Ardhvaarshik paper 2023 MP board/ कक्षा 9वी अंग्रेजी अर्धवार्षिक पेपर 2 जनवरी को ऐसा आएगा

Half yearly exam 2022-23

CLASS – 9th


Time: 3 hours                                                            Maximum Marks- 75 

Instructions- 1. All questions are compulsory


Q.1. Read the following passages and answer the questions given below them.

Once Mahatma Gandhi’s father bought him the book “Shravana Pitribhakti Natak”. He read it with great interest. He was very pleased when he saw the pictures of Shravan carrying his blind parents to holy places. The pictures had a great effect on him. “Here is an example for you to copy”. He said to himself. He could never forget Shravan’s love for his parents. One day, Mahatma Gandhi got his father’s permission to see the play Harishchandra. He liked the play so much that he watched it many times. He acted the role of Harishchandra again and again. Day and night, he asked himself. “Why should not all be truthful like Harishchandra?” the play made him cry. It inspired him to follow the path off ‘Satya’ even in difficult times.


(i) What did Mahatma Gandhi’s Father bring for him?

(a) a toy.                                      (b) a cycle

(c) a book.                                   (d) a chocolate

(ii) Which play did Mahatma Gandhi see many times?

(a) Ramayan                              (b) Mahabharat

(c) Harischandra.                      (d) Satya

(iii) What was the effect of the play on him?

(a) sad                                  (b) happy

(c) angry                              (d) cry

(iv) The play inspired him to follow the path of ………….

(a) kindness.                        (b) satya

(c) fantasy.                           (d) nonviolence

(v) Find the noun form of the ‘permit’ in the passage.

Q.2  Read the following passages and answer the questions given below them.

The Himalayas are beautiful Mountains in the North of India. They stretch for two thousand miles from Kashmir to Assam. Some of the world’s highest peaks are in the Himalayas. The highest peak is mount Everest. 

The tops of the mountains are covered with snow throughout the year. Therefore, we call them the Himalayas. Many passes connect with India with Tibet, Turkistan and Afghanistan. Many rivers the Ganga, The Yamuna, 

the Brahmaputra and the Beas flow from these mountains. Many visitors go to the hill stations for pleasure and relaxation.


(i) Where are the Himalaya in India?

(a) South.                             (b) East

(c) North.                             (d) West

(ii) Which is the highest peak of the world?

(a) Kanchan Jangha           (b) Dhaulagiri

(c) Mount Everest.              (d) None of these

(iii) Which river does not flow from the Himalayas?

(a) Ganga.                          (b) Yamuna

(c) Godavari                       (d) Brahmaputra

(iv) Choose the correct opposite for ‘ugly’-

(a) Healthy.                          (b) proud

(c) lovely.                             (d)  beautiful

(v) The highest peak is Mount Everest. (True/ False)


Q.3 Read the following passage and make notes on it and also give a suitable title to it. 

India is a land of unity in diversity. It is a vast country with numerous variations in races, cultures, languages and even geographical features. In many countries of the world, major geographical features divide international borders, e.g. Nepal and China separated by the Himalayas. However, in India, we have learned to live in diversity, and our geographical features further solidify this bond. The Punjab region is known for being one of the most potent agricultural lands on earth. The Northern Mountainous region has come across different people and different languages, though all of them are closely related to India. In the Rajasthan desert, we come across 

Rajasthani languages and culture, all part of India, yet distinct in their culture and language. To the further south come the people of Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Kerala, Karnataka, all distinctive languages, known for their local food based on coconut oil and a variation on the Hindu religion.

India is a plural society. Its unity and diversity characterize it. Despite several foreign invasions, Mughal rule and British rule, the nation’s unity and integrity have been maintained. It is this synthesis that has made India a unique mosaic of cultures. India fought against the British Raj as one unified entity. The existence of diverse languages, religions and cultures, foreign visitors and immigration from other parts of the world have made 

India’s culture tolerant. The sources of diversity in India may be traced through a variety of ways.

Q.4. You are Arohi sharma studying in Govt Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Sagar Write an application to your 

principal requesting him for fee concession.


 You are Pawan Mishra, write a letter to your friend Deepak Verma inviting him to attend your younger brother’s birthday party.

Q.5. Write a Paragraph on any one of the following topics in 180 words 

  1. An Indian Festival 
  2. Trees are Green Gold
  3. Wonders of Science
  4. Environment Protection

Q.6. Study the picture and describe the wise deed of a crow in short.

MP board 9th English Ardhvaarshik paper 2023



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