Latest HBSE Board Class 10th Syllabus for English 2018-19

HBSE Board has released the Class 10th syllabus of English 2018-19. This session Haryana State Board will follow NCERT Textbooks. The question paper consists of 80 marks while CCE  (Continuous and comprehensive evaluation) covers 20 marks.

HBSE Board ने Class 10 अंग्रेजी 2018-19 के लिए पाठ्यक्रम जारी कर दिया है| इस साल से NCERT टेक्स्टबुक को पढ़ाया जाएगा| इसमें 80 अंक की लिखित परीक्षा एवं 20 अंक सतत तथा व्यापक मूल्यांकन का होगा।

The Question paper will consist of 24 questions. All questions would be compulsory. There will be Internal Choice in long answer questions i.e., essay type, short answer type, reports, advertisements. The question paper contains five easy type questions, three short answer type questions. four very short answer type question, twelve objective questions.

प्रश्नपत्र में 24 प्रश्न होंगे। सभी प्रश्न अनिवार्य होंगे। लंबे उत्तर प्रश्नों में आंतरिक विकल्प होगा अर्थात निबंध प्रकार, संक्षिप्त उत्तर प्रकार, रिपोर्ट, विज्ञापन में। प्रश्नपत्र में पाँच आसान प्रकार के प्रश्न, दस संक्षिप्त उत्तर प्रकार के प्रश्न, तेईस अत्यंत संक्षिप्त प्रकार का प्रश्न, बारह वस्तुनिष्ट प्रश्न होंगें।

First Flight

• A Letter to God
• Long Walk to Freedom
• Two Stories About Flying
• From the Diary of Anne Frank
• The Hundred Dresses - I
• The Hundred Dresses - II
• Glimpses of India
• Mijbil the Otter
• Madam Rides the Bus
• The Sermon at Benares
• The Proposal
• Dust of Snow (Poem)
• Fire and Ice (Poem)
• A Tiger in the Zoo (Poem)
• How to Tell Wild Animals (Poem)
• The Ball Poem (Poem)
• Amanda! (Poem)
• Animals (Poem)
• The Trees (Poem)
• Fog (Poem)
• The Tale of Custard the Dragon (Poem)
• For Anne Gregory (Poem)

Footprints without Feet

• A Triumph of Surgery
• The Thief's Story
• The Midnight Visitor Gerund,
• A Question of Trust
• Footprints without Feet
• The Making of a Scientist
• The Necklace
• The Hack Driver
• Bholi
• The Book That Saved the Earth


• Punctuation (Semicolon, Colon, Dash, Hyphen, Parenthesis, Use of Brackets and exclamation mark)
• Tenses (Present, Past and Future)
• Articles (Definite, Indefinite)
• Reported Speech (Direct and Indirect Speech)
• Modals (Shall, will, can, could, may, might, must, should, would, ought to, need, dare, used to)
• Clauses: Complex and Compound sentence (Noun, adjective and adverbial clauses)
• Non-Finites (The Infinitives, Gerund and Participles)
• Use of Idioms (Verbals and Prepositional phrases)
• Figures of Speech (Simile, metaphor, rhyme scheme)

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