10th Class English Guess Paper All Punjab Boards

10th Class English Guess Paper All Punjab Boards

10th English Guess Paper

(All Punjab Boards Guess Papers)

QUESTION # 1 MCQS (19 Marks)

Correction of Verbs (PCTB) 5 Marks
Spelling Correction (Textbook) 4 Marks
Meanings/Synonyms/Antonyms (Textbook) 5 Marks
Understanding of English Grammar (Textbook, PСТВ) 5 Marks


Q# Form/Type Details Marks
Q.2 Short Questions Attempt any 5 out of 8, 5 from Exercise & 3 from Lessons. 5×2=10
Q.3 Translation of Paragraph into Urdu Only 1 paragraph will be given. No Choice. 8
Q.4 Summary/Stanza Candidates have to write a short summary of the poem or paraphrase the given lines in simple words. 5
Q.5 Essay/Paragraph Attempt 1 Essay out of 3 OR Attempt 1 Paragraph out of 3 (1 out of 6 in General) 15
Q.6 Direct/Indirect Attempt any 5 out of 8. English Grammar PCTB 2023 Edition (Page No. 123-128) 5
Q.7 Pair of Words Use any FIVE of the given Pair of Words in sentences. Attempt any 5 out of 8. (English Grammar PCTB 2023 Edition) 5
Q.8 Translation of Paragraph into English 40 Paragraphs (English Grammar PCTB 2023 Edition) 8
Note: English Medium Candidates will write TEN SENTENCES in English on the given topic instead of translation in Q.8


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Important Notes:

  • The list of questions included in this guess paper is not comprehensive.
  • Cover all the questions included in this guess paper. Don’t miss anything.
  • If you want to score maximum, prepare all the syllabus.


Unit # 1

  1. Why did the Quraish think that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) would favor them?
  2. Why did non-Muslims trust the Holy Prophet (PBUH)?
  3. How can people achieve perfection in the perfection moral, spiritual, and social areas of life?
  4. How were the people of Makkah convinced of Rasool’s (SAW) justice even before his Nabuwat?

Unit # 2

  1. Why do Chinese families do a thorough cleaning of their houses before New Year’s Day?
  2. What do the little red envelopes filled with money symbolize?
  3. Why does the dinner consist of eight or nine dishes?
  4. Why is the Chinese New Year never on the same day each year?

Unit # 3

  1. How many times should we try and why?
  2. What can we learn from failure?

Unit # 4

  1. What should your first aid kit consist of?
  2. Why do you need to see a doctor?
  3. What is the importance of Knowledge of ‘First Aid’ in crisis management?
  4. What should you do if you are allergic to adhesive material in bandages?

Unit # 6

  1. How can readers give feedback to the newspaper articles?
  2. Why do some people read more than one newspaper?
  3. How is a newspaper more of a medium of news? convenient
  4. How does television make us lazy?

Unit # 7

  1. What kind of person is the author? (Little by Little One Walks Far!)
  2. What are some distinctions of the writer?
  3. How has the writer spent his summer vacation?

Unit # 8

  1. How does the scene look like when the wind is still?

Unit # 9

  1. How can career counselors help young people?
  2. Why it is important to consider the scope of any field?
  3. What were some famous careers for young people in the past?
  4. Is there any need for a proper career counseling department? Why?
  5. What is the responsibility of the Parents?

Unit # 10

  1. What role does a library play in promoting the habit of book reading?
  2. How does a book connect the reader and the writer?

Unit # 10

  1. Why did Pip give food and drink to the prisoner?
  2. Why did the prisoner support Pip?
  3. What happened to the prisoner?
  4. Who was Joe? How did he treat Pip?

Unit # 12

  1. How is fossil fuel a finite resource?
  2. How are water resources under great stress?
  3. Why are developing countries going to suffer due to overpopulation?
  4. Do you also face a shortage of water in your locality? Why?

Unit # 13

  1. Why did the accusers forgive the villager?
  2. Why did the old man hurl a stone at the camel?
  3. Why did the villager ask Hazrat Umar Farooq (R.A) to delay the execution?
  4. On what condition was the criminal allowed to leave?
  5. Why was Sahaba worried?


Unit # 1

  1. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) practically proved that no one could be more___________Setting of black stone.
  2. Hazrat Muhammad’s (SAW) life is a perfect model and example for the people_____________in every field of life.
  3. While Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) was on his deathbed, he proclaimed_____________a few dirhams that were paid to him.

Unit # 2

  1. On the eve of the Chinese New Year____________means long-lasting.
  2. It is a traditional practice for adults_________giver

Unit # 4

  1. Handling minor accidents at home or on bed____________care of all.
  2. Rinse out the wound with clear water ____________risk of infection and tetanus.

Unit # 6

  1. Newspapers do not require us____________are not interested in.
  2. News coverage____________in the way they do it.
  3. Each medium has strengths that the other____________and watch it on the television.

Unit #7

  1. In order to gain an understanding____________for these job experiences.
  2. I am glad that____________education.

Unit # 9

  1. Today, the life has become____________Are available for young people.
  2. The scope of any field in terms of market demand____________results.

Unit # 10

  1. Literature is the story of humans____________Larger society.
  2. Books are a source of____________Those who don’t read.

Unit # 11

  1. Pip and his friend____________promised.
  2. In London____________England.

Unit # 12

  1. The alarming and incessant growth____________Levels.
  2. More than 99 percent of the world’s food supply____________current food shortage.
  3. Certainly____________On maintaining the integrity of biodiversity.

Unit # 13

The caliph looked at the young man____________surrendered myself to them.


Try again, The Rain, Peace (Equally important don’t miss anyone)



  1. My House
  2. A Rainy Day
  3. Life in a Big City
  4. My Last Day at School
  5. A Road Accident
  6. A Cricket/Hockey Match
  7. Boy Scouts
  8. Quaid-e-Azam
  9. My Ambition
  10. Courtesy


  1. My School
  2. Girl Guides
  3. Fashions
  4. Computers
  5. A Pleasant Dream
  6. Allama Iqbal
  7. Pakistani Women
  8. My Neighbor
  9. A House on Fire
  10. The Teacher I Like the Best


  1. They say, “We have done our duty.”
  2. He says, “I want to speak to you.”
  3. He said, “Alas! I am ruined.”
  4. She said to me, “Tell the truth.”
  5. The judge said, “Call the next witness.”
  6. He said to me, “What are you looking for.”
  7. She said, “I shall never do such a thing.”
  8. He said, “She will go there.”
  9. He said, “I have returned the books.”
  10. He said to the stranger, “I don’t recognize you.” th
  11. He said, “I am watering the plants in the garden.”
  12. The teacher said, “Whose book is it?”
  13. He said to his sister, “Please say something.”
  14. You have said, “They are waiting outside.”
  15. He said, “May Allah help me do my duty.”
  16. He said, “Hurrah! I have won the medal.”
  17. The teacher said to Mueen, “I have taught you and your sister.”
  18. He said to me, “You are not running very fast.”
  19. The teacher said, “Did you do your home task yesterday?”
  20. Rehana said, “Will you stop interfering in my work?”
  21. She said to me, “Please lend me your camera for a day.”
  22. She said, “May you prosper!”
  23. The teacher will say, “You have done your work very well.”
  24. He says, “I want to speak to you.”
  25. He said, “How well she sings!”
  26. You will say, “She is cranky.”
  27. He said, “May Allah help me do my duty.”
  28. She said, “I am working hard.”
  29. She said to me, “Tell the truth.”
  30. He said, “She will go there.”


  1. Advice, Advise
  2. Altar, Alter
  3. Affect, Effect
  4. Birth, Berth
  5. Bale, Bail
  6. Bare, Bear
  7. Cell, Sell
  8. Drop, Droop
  9. Dew, Due
  10. Device, Devise
  11. Gate, Gait
  12. Loose, Lose
  13. Principal, Principle
  14. Stationary, Stationery
  15. Waste, Waist
  16. Science
  17. Meet, Meat Sky is limit
  18. Pore, Pour
  19. Vain, Vein
  20. Miner, Minor
  21. Liar, Lawyer
  22. Peace, Piece
  23. Quiet, Quite
  24. Goal, Gaol
  25. Teem, Team
  26. Floor, Flour
  27. Populous, Popular
  28. Way, Weigh
  29. Sole, Soul
  30. Die, Dye
  31. Feet, Feat


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