Class 12 English Prose – Important fill in the blank questions for Board Exam

Class 12 English Prose – Important fill in the blank questions of all the important lesson. A Girl With A Basket, A Fellow-Traveller, The Secret Of Health, Success And Power. The Home Coming, I am John’s Heart, Women’s Education.

Class 12 English Prose - Fill in the blank

 

 

-: Class 12 English Prose :-

-: A Girl With A Basket :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences selecting the most suitable words from thode given within the brackets :

(i) The people of India have a …….. for Independence.  (hope, passion, hatred, gratitude)

(ii) These were ……….. children.  (rich, poor, refugee, honest)

(iii) I, an American was, ……… the most promising market they had seen. (doubtless, certainly, necessarily, definitely)

(iv) The children selling basket were sons and daughters of these ……… (gives, decides, refugees, judges)

(v) They lived in cloth and …….. sheds that lined the streets. (iron, stone, cement, grass)

Fill in the blanks with suitable words given below :

wring, soon, basket, unskilled, refugees

(i) The children selling baskets were sons and daughters of these refugees.

(ii) The average unskilled labourer makes thirty cents a day or less than two dallers a week.

(iii) Soon they wete out of food.

(iv) I bought one tiny basket for a few annas.

(v) My arms were filled and I had not spent fifty cents.

(vi) She pleaded and begged in tones that would wring any heart.

 

 

-: A Fellow- Traveller :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences, selecting the most suitable words from those given within the brackets :

(i) I do not know which of us got into the …….. first. (carriage, courage, cartridge, cottage)

(ii) I can not kill you but I can ………. you. (replace, redress, reprieve, return)

(iv) He played …….. me openly. (without, after, with, in front of)

(v) Justice demands it, and the court …….. it. (declares, decides, awards, directs)

(vi) I felt my heart warming towards him and the sense of superiority ……..  (increasing, fading, coming, shining)

(vii) Magnanimity and mercy were the noblest …….. of man. (power, glories, attributes, securities)

(viii) I began to enter into the ………. of the follow.  (mind, ear, mouth, spirit)

Fill in the blanks with suitable words given below :

with, into, in, off

(i) I flicked him off again.

(ii) He played with me , openly.

(iii) I said, you have delievered yourself into my hands.

(iv) The mircle of life is ours in common and its mystery too.

 

Class 12 English prose

-: I Am John’s Heart :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences, selecting the most suitable words from those given brakets.

(i) I hang by ligament in the ……. of his chest. (middle, core, centre, deep)

(ii) What ever you have heard abot me from poets, I am not a very ……. character. (hateful, envious, romantic, loveable)

(iii) John was too busy to notice that tiny ……. of pain in his chest. (tinge, twinge, fringe, minge)

(iv) I weight 340 grams, a red brown in colour and have an …….. shape. (unpleasant, unimpressive, unfair unsound)

(v) John hardly …….. thinks of me which is good. (never, ever, some times, often)

(vi) John tells himself that it is too late to give up …………. (smoking, drinking, hating, running)

(vii) What ever you may have heard about me from poets, I am not a very ………. character. (hateful, envious romantic, lovable)

Fill in the blanks with suitable words given below :

to get rid of, to slim down, pretry, out of time, there, ever

(i) You are advised to get rid of bad habits.

(ii) Smoking is a pretty violent stuff.

(iii) John hardly ever thinks of me which is good.

(iv) Then, if one artery closes down, there are others to nourish me.

Class 12 English prose

-: The Secret Of Health, Success And Power :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences, selecting the most suitable words from those given brakets.

(i) Passion is not power, it is the …….. of power, the dispersion of power. (fuse, misuse, abuse, reduce)

(ii) Many people ……. that they have broken down through over work. (suggest, complain, write, refuse)

(iii) True health and true success go together, for they are inseparably ……. in the thought realm. (engrossed, intermixed, intertwined, indulged)

(iv) The double minded man is ……. in all his ways. (free, rigid, unstable, stable)

(v) If you would secure health, you must learn to work without ……. (tension, friction, anxiety, care)

(vi) True health and true …….. go together. (failure, wisdom, success, knowledge)

(vii) This is the secret of health a pure ……. and a well ordered mind. (mind, will, thought, heart)

Fill in the blanks with the suitable words given below :

leads, anxious, true, unstable, furious

(i) True health and true success go together.

(ii) You will not need to become anxious about results.

(iii) Passion is like a furious storm which beats fiercely.

(iv) The double minded man is  unstable in all his ways.

(v) The faultless completion of small tasks leads inevitably to larger tasks.

Class 12 English prose

-: The Home Coming :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences, selecting the most suitable words from those given brakets.

(i) A new ……. got into his head. (annoyance, mifdschief, trick, fun)

(ii) He is neither …….. nor useful. (glorious, happy, ornamental, important)

(iii) The day …….. by. (weeks, years, gone, went) (iv) Mother, the ……. have come. (weeks, season, festivals, holidays)

(v) Phatik answered ………. No, I haven’t, who told you that? ( abruptly, polietly, indignantly, angrily) (vi) For a boy of fourteen his own home is the only …….. (shelter, refuge, paradise, house)

(vii) Everyone seconded the …….. and it was carried unanimously. (advice, suggestation, proposal, observation)

Fill in the blanks with the suitable words given below :

courage, patience, hime, flooded, condition

(i) His courage failed him at the crisis.

(ii) Phatik’s patience was already exhausted.

(iii) For a boy of fourteen, his own home is the only paradise.

(iv) His condition became so objectly miserable. (v) It was still raining and the streets were all flooded.

Class 12 English prose

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-: Women’s Education :-

Fill in the blanks in the following sentences, selecting the most suitable words from those given brakets.

(i) For some ……. we negkected our women folk. (years, weeks, decades, centuries)

(ii) I am anxious that our great …… should be studied. (scholars, classics, writers, poets)

(iii) You are living in an age when there are great …… for women in social work. (problems, dangers, opportunities, profits)

(iv) The natural quality of women is …….. (beauty, glamour, compassion, selfishness)

(v) Society requires women of displined mind and …….. manners. (contained, restrained, retained constrained)

(vi) If you do not have ……… you are not human. (power, compassion, health, money)

(vii) For some centuries, we …… our woman folk. (neglected, respected, befooled, insulted)

Fill in the blanks with the suitable words given below :

several, essence, still, decline, famous

(i) I read recently a book which speaks about the decline of womanhood.

(ii) There is a famous verse.

(iii) What constitutes the essence of good life.

(iv) These are still accepted the world over as the subjects of education.

(v) When you talk about education, you have several aims in view.

Class 12 English prose

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