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Are you looking for English Question of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education? Here this is English Question paper of Class X (Madhyamik). It will surely help you to understand the question pattern of upcoming Examinations. It is English Question paper of the year 2018. The only motive to publish the question paper on this blog is to help the students of Madhyamik to understand the question format.It is Original Version of the question paper. Download the PDF attachment and take a print out. Best of luck!
MADHYAMIK QUESTION PAPER 2018 | ENGLISH QUESTION PAPER 2018 | PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER
Examination : MADHYAMIK (Class X)
Year : 2018
Category : Old Question Paper
Subject : English (Second Language)
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1.  Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow :
It is the last time we shall be walking with Bapu. It was an agonizing walk. Thousands silently watched the procession. Bapu lay on an open truck covered with flowers. Thousands of people wept trying to touch Bapu‘s feet. It was impossible to move in the thick crowd.
As I moved forward slowly I understood I was not merely in the midst of grieving people. This was even more than the funeral procession of India‘s beloved leader. I was among people for whom walking with Bapu had a special meaning. We had walked with Bapu over the rough and smooth of India’s recent history. We could not now accept the fact that the man who had led us over many difficult paths, was never going to walk with us again. Bapu’s slight figure had walked, staff in hand, over a large part of India. To walk is to make slow progress. It is to think with clarity and closely look at all that is around you, from small insects to the horizon in the distance Moreover, to walk was often the only way open to the average Indian. It required no vehicle except his own body and cost him nothing but his energy.

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