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Hi buddy here I am looking for Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSE) 12th class solved paper for this exam preparation so will you plz provide me same here ??
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As you want here I am giving below Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (RBSE) 12th class solved paper on your demand :


SECTION – A
(READING)

Q.1
Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow :-
The elephant is the largest of all animals living and the strongest. It is a strange-looking animal, with its
thick legs, huge sides and back, large hanging ears, small tail, little eyes, long white tusks and above all, its
long nose, called trunk. The trunk is the elephant's peculiar feature, and it puts it to various uses. It draws up
water by its trunk, and can squit it all over its body like a shower bath; and with it, it picks leaves from the
trees and puts them into its mouth. In fact its trunk serves the elephant as a long arm and hand. Elephants
look very clumsy and heavy, and yet they can move very quickly when they like. Elephants are found in
India and in Africa. The African elephant differs in some points from the Indians, being larger, with longer
tusk and bigger ears. In fact the two are considered to e different species. In both countries, they live in herds
in the Jungles, and are naturally shy animals they keep away from men. Elephants with their great size and
strength, are fine advertisement from vegetarianism, for they live entirely on leaves of trees, grass, roots and
bulbs.
The elephant is a very intelligent animal, and its intelligence combined with its great strength, make it when
tamed, a very useful servant to man, and it has been trained to serve various ways.
Elephants can carry heavy loads about a thousand seers each; and they are used to draw heavy wagons and
big guns that would require many horses. They are very skilful too in piling timber. The trained elephant
will kneel down, lift a heavy log of wood with its tusks, carry it to the place where it is wanted, and lay it
exactly in position. In olden days elephants were used in battles, and all Indian Rajas had their regiments of
trained fighting elephants. And they still have their place in state processions, when they are painted with
bright colours and covered with silk and velvet clothes.
(a)
How does an elephant look like ?
[1]
Ans.
The elephant is a strange looking animal with thick legs, huge sides and back, large hanging ears, small tail,
little eyes, long white tusks and the trunk.
(b)
What is peculiar in an elephant ?
[1]
Ans.
Trunk is the elephant’s peculiar feature.
(c)
What are the various uses of elephant's trunk ?
[1]
Ans.
It uses its trunk to draw water and shower its body, to pick leaves from the trees and put them into his mouth.
Its trunk is like a long arm and hand.
(d)
How are elephants of Africa different from elephant of India ?
[1]
Ans.
The African elephants differ from Indian ones. They are larger with longer tusk and bigger ears.
(e)
What is the food of an elephant ?
[1]
Ans.
Elephant lives entirely on leaves, grass, roots bulbs etc.
(f)
How is an elephant useful to service ?
[1]
Ans.
Elephants are useful because they can carry huge burdens and pull large vehicles. They skillfully pile timber.
(g)
What was the use of an elephant in olden days ?
[1]
Ans.
In olden days, the elephants were used as fighters by the kings.
(h)
Find out word fro the passage which means
i) A line of people, vehicle etc, moving forward in a ceremonial way _______________
[1]
Ans. Procession
ii) A group of animals living and moving together ________________
[1]
Ans. Herd


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