परीक्षा (Exam) – CTET Paper I Primary Level (Class I to V)
भाग (Part) – Part – V (English Language)
परीक्षा आयोजक (Organized) – CBSE
कुल प्रश्न (Number of Question) – 30
परीक्षा तिथि (Exam Date) – January 2012
Directions (Q. No. 121 to 126): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The farmer is up before dawn on shearing-day, driving his flock into pens. By eight o’clock the shearers arrive and, after a hearty breakfast, they take their places on long benches that the farmer has improvised in the pens. Shears are taken from leather cases and sharpened with whetstones; a fire is lighted to heat pitch for the marking; and the work begins.
Soon the shearers fall into their routine. A lad seizes a Sheep from the pen and ties its feet not with a cord, because that might injure it, but with a strip of sacking. The sheep is carried to the benches, and the shearer begins to slice off the wool. First he shears the coarse wool from the sheep’s belly, then lays the animal on its side on the bench between his legs while he snips at the curly wool round the neck. He Works to and fro along the ribs, peeling the wool back until hangs like a cloak doubled back over the animal. Then e turns the sheep over and begins on the clipped side. a few moments the whole fleece falls away in one piece, looking like a dirty grey rug. A few more snips from the shears and the wool is cut from either side of the sheep’s tail, leaving the animal white and naked. The shearer pushes the sheep to the ground and immediately calls for another animal. Meanwhile the lad daubs the farmer’s mark in pitch on the newly shorn sheep, unties her legs, and drives her out of the shearing pens.
A second lad–the farmer’s son-seizes the fleece as it is tossed aside, rolls it up, tucking the tail-wool in first, and secures the bundle by knotting the neck. Any loose clippings are gathered separately.
The work continues till one o’clock, when the farmer’s wife summons the men to dinner. Each man finishes the sheep that is beside him, then the whole party goes back to the farm house. The men troop into the farm kitchen, leaving their dogs to scuffle in the yard. After the shortest of dinner breaks for there is much to be done the shearing continues, and the pile of fleeces mounts.
121. What expression in the first paragraph suggests that shearing does not take place very often?
122. The shearer first cuts the wool from the of the sheep.
123. Why are loose clippings of wool gathered separately?
A. Because they are not so valuable as whole fleeces
B. Because they are needed to fill up the top of the bags
C. Because they weigh less than a whole fleece
D. So that they do not get spoiled
124. Wool which has been sheared from a sheep is
A rolled and bundled
B. tied with sacking
C. bagged on shearing-day
D. cut into two pieces by the shearer with a few snips
125. What word from the passage best tells us that shears are like a very large pair of scissors?
B. slice a
126. “The sheep is carried to the benches. It is an example of
A. a negative sentence –
B. passive voice
C. degree of comparison
D. an interrogative sentence
Directions (Q. No. 127 to 135): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Anesthesia in any part of the body means a loss of sensation, either permanent or temporary. The term is usually used to describe the artificially produced loss of sensation which makes a surgical operation painless.
There are four main types of anesthesia: general, spinal. regional and local. Ana esthetics may be given as gases, by inhalation; or as drugs injected into a vein. A patient given general anesthesia loses consciousness. Anesthesia of a fairly large area of the body results from injecting the anesthetic drug into the spinal canal: all that portion of the body below the level at which the drug is injected is anesthetized. Regional anesthesia is the injecting of the nerves as they emerge from the spinal column: the anesthesia induced by this method affects only that area of the body supplied by those nerves. In local anesthesia, the drug is injected directly at the site of the operative incision and sometimes also into the nearby. Surrounding tissues.
Formerly the most commonly used local anesthetic was cocaine, a drug extracted from the leaves of the coca bush and introduced in 1879. But cocaine has some disadvantages and, sometimes, undesirable side-effects. For spinal, regional and local anesthesia, procaine, or one of the several modifications of procaine, is now widely used instead of cocaine. For very limited and short operations such as opening a small abscess, local anesthesia may be chemical, es changing from the area separation permanently
induced by spraying rather than injecting) a chemical chloride, on a small aea of the skin; in changing from the liquid to the gaseous state, this drug freezes the an and permits painless incision.
127. When a part of the body is anesthetized.
A. the nearby organ loses its function permanentally
B. the body loses its consciousness
C. the part gets excited
D. that part loses the ability to feel any pain
128. The real purpose of using anesthetics is
A. to make patients unconscious
B. to perform operations without causing pain
C. to artificially produce loss of sensation
D. to cure patients of diseases
129. An anesthetic is inhaled when it is administered
A. by injection
B. as a gas
C. as a spray
D. as a drug
130. When a gas is used as an anesthetic, the anesthesia
131. Spinal anesthesia is resorted to when
A. a small area has to be anesthetized
B. the operation involves a big area of the body
C. a drug has to be injected into the vein
D. a patient has to be made unconscious
132. The expression the site of the operative incision’ (lines 19) means –
A. the place at which a cut is to be made
B. the spot at which the anesthetic has to be injected
C. the area of the body supplied by specific nerves
D. all the surrounding tissues
133. An abscess’ (line 29) is
A. an operative incision
B. a collection of poisonous matter in a hole in body
C. an open wound requiring surgery
D. a deep hole
134. The word opposite in meaning to the word to (line 21) is
135. ‘Anaesthetic’ (line 22) is
A. an adjective
B. an advert
C. a noun
D. a verb Directions