ICSE Class 12 English exam contains the questions which judge the capability of candidate in communicational skills, non- verbal skills, fiction writing basically. The questions are asked in such a manner that the candidates need to answer them with instant sense of thought. Comprehension passages are given underneath in which the questions based on the passage are asked. Also, writing section is a part of English paper which contains the questions such as story writing, paragraph writing etc. Below are the some questions which have been the part of the English paper in ICSE board.
Q1: You’ve seen a film recently. Write a review of it based on the given aspects. Name of the film, Director, Producer, Actors, storyline, script, Acting, Photography, Sound, Settings, Costumes, Make-up, Audience Impact, and General Evaluation
Q2: Write a composition (in approximately 450-500 words) on any one of the following subjects: (You are reminded that you will be rewarded for orderly and coherent presentation of material, use of appropriate style and general accuracy of spelling, punctuation and grammar)
- Advancement in Science and Technology has made life more convenient and comfortable.‟ Describe one day in the life of a common man, highlighting the significance of the above statement.
- “The joys and challenges of adolescence.‟ Explore the theme by referring to your own experiences.
- ‘We fight for our rights but forget our duties.‟ Bring out the implications of this statement giving your views.
- Write an original story which has for its ending: ……I said to myself. “Truth indeed is stranger than fiction.” Or Write an original story entitled: „The Secret”.
Q3: Write a review, to be published in a newspaper about a film that has aroused great public interest and some controversy too. Your review must include a glimpse into the narrative, the technical aspects and the uniqueness of the film.
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