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THE INDIAN HIGH SCHOOL, DUBAI
SA 1 PREPATORY EXAMINATION 2015-16
SUBJECT : HINDI ( NATIONAL )
GRADE 10
M.M.45 TIME: 1½ HR.
1. निम्नलिखित शब्दों का समास-विग्रह करके उनके भेद के नाम लिखिए : (4)
· नीलगाय
· गिरिधर
· चौमासा
· गुणयुक्त

2. निम्नलिखित विग्रहों के समस्तपद और समास के नाम भी लिखिए : (4)
· आज्ञा के अनुसार
· हस्त से लिखित
· पूजा और अर्चना
· वचन रूपी अमृत

3. निम्नलिखित वाक्यों के प्रकार बताइए : (3)
· सफ़ेद कमीज़ वाले छात्र को यह कलम दे दो ।
· जब रात होगी तभी रोशनी होगी ।
· उसने सुबह उठकर भोजन किया और काम पर चला गया ।

4. निर्देशानुसार वाक्य रूपांतरण कीजिए : (5)
· दूसरों की सहायता करने वालों की आज भी कमी नहीं है । ( मिश्र में )
· वह आलसी था इसलिए जीवन में असफल रहा । ( सरल में )
· गली में शोर होने पर लोग घरों से बाहर निकल आए । ( संयुक्त में )
· संन्यासी आशीर्वाद देकर लापता हो गया । ( संयुक्त में )
· शोर मचाने वाले छात्रों को कक्षा से बाहर भेजा गया । ( मिश्र में )

5. शब्द तथा पद की परिभाषा सोदाहरण लिखिए । (2)

6. रेखांकित शब्द का पद भेद बताइए । (1) सोने की चिड़िया कहलाने वाला यह वही भारत है |

7. रेखांकित पद है या शब्द : (1) वहाँ जाकर जल्दी आ जाना ।

8. निम्न मुहावरों का इस प्रकार वाक्यों में प्रयोग करें कि उनके अर्थ स्पष्ट हो जाएँ : (3) दाँतों पसीना आना, रंगे हाथों पकड़ना, आग बबूला होना

9. निम्नलिखित वाक्यों को उचित मुहावरों द्वारा पूरा कीजिए : (2) परीक्षा में कम अंक आने पर माता-पिता ने पुत्र को ----------------------------- । अपने सिर पर जब ज़िम्मेदारी का बोझ पड़ेगा तो तुम्हें ---------------------------------पड़ेगा ।

10. निम्नलिखित वाक्यों को शुद्ध कर फिर से लिखिए : (5)
· वह लोग कहाँ रहता है ?
· गाय सफ़ेद कितना सुंदर है ।
· मैं मेरे घर जा रही हूँ ।
· मेरे पास केवल मात्र सात रुपए हैं ।
· सब चिंता दूर होकर मन शांत हो गया ।

11. किसी समाचार-पत्र के संपादक को शहर में बढ़ती सड़क दुर्घटनाओं पर चिंता व्यक्त करते हुए पत्र लिखिए | (5)

12. निम्नलिखित गद्यांश को ध्यानपूर्वक पढ़कर…...

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