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BOARD OF INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION, KARACHI
INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATION 2012 (ANNUAL) Date: 11.05.2012 ENGLISH (C) NORMAL PAPER I 9:30 a.m. to 09:50 a.m. (Science, Home Economics & Medical Technology Groups) SECTION ‘A’ (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS) – (M.C.Qs.) NOTE: This section consists of 20 part questions and all are to be answered. Write this Code No. in the Answerscript. Each question carries one mark. ii) Do not copy down the part questions in your answerbook. Write only the answer in full against the proper number of the question and its part. iii) The code number of your question paper is to be written in bold letters in the beginning of the answerscript. The correct answers are Choose the correct answer for each from the given options: highlighted in red colour. i) The name Pakistan was coined in the year A.D.: * 1947 * 1930 * 1933 * 1940 ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) x) xi) The total number of male survivors on Birkenhead was: * 24 * 170 * The principal organ of the U.N.O. is the: * General Assembly * World Bank The author of ‘My Bank Account’ wanted to draw: * 56 dollars * 60 dollars * The story ‘Wolves of Cernogratz’ is written by: * D.Y. Morgan * H.H. Munro The phrase ‘toil remitting’ means a: * holiday * busy day The number of lines in a Sonnet is: * Eleven * Twelve Napoleon Bonaparte was the emperor of: * Spain * France * * * 180 * 6 dollars * hardship Thirteen Germany * Security Council * J.H. Walsh * * * 194 * 50 dollars * John Walton Secretariat i)

Max. Marks: 20 Time: 20 minutes

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tough time Fourteen England

The song ‘Under the Greenwood Tree’ occurs in the play ‘As You Like It’ in Act II Scene: * III * IV * V * VI The poem ‘Lines from the Lay of the Last Minstrel’ refers to a man who is: * Patriotic * Unpatriotic * Selfless * If I had been in your place, (pick the correct expression): * I would have accepted that job. * I would accept that job * I could accept that job * I might accept that job. ‘Jenny lives in Sweden doesn’t she’...
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