परीक्षा (Exam) – UPTET (UttarPradesh Teacher Eligibility Test) Paper I (Classes I to V)
भाग (Part) – Part – III – English Language
परीक्षा आयोजक (Organized) – UPBEB
कुल प्रश्न (Number of Question) – 30
परीक्षा तिथि (Exam Date) – 2013
Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
One Sunday, morning I was traveling on a subway in Mumbai. People were sitting quietly some reading newspapers, some lost in thought. It was a calm, peaceful scene.
Then suddenly, a man and his children entered the subway car. The children were so loud and rambunctious that instantly the whole climate changed. The man sat next to me and closed his eyes, apparently oblivious to the situation. The children were yelling back and forth, throwing things, even grabbing people’s papers. It was very disturbing. And yet, the man sitting next to me did nothing. It was difficult not to feel irritated. I could not believe that he could be so insensitive as to left as to let his children run wild and do nothing about it. It was easy to see that everyone else on the subway felt irritated too. So, finally, I turned to him and said Sir, your children are really disturbing a lot of people. I wonder if you couldn’t control them a little more.
The man lifted his gaze as if to come to a consciousness of the situation for the situation for the first time and said softly, “Oh you’re right. I guess should do something about it. We just came from the hospital where their mother die an hour ago, I don’t know what to think and I guess they don’t know how to handle it either.” Can you imagine what I felt at that moment. My paradigm shifted. Suddenly I saw things differently, and because I saw things differently I thought, felt and behaved differently. My irritation vanished, my heart was filled with the man’s pain. Feelings of sympathy and compassion flowed freely. “Your wife just died? Oh, I am sorry! Can you tell me about it? What can I do to help?” Everything changed in an instant.
Q61. The primary purpose of the author is to
(1) show how indulgent parents spoil their children
(2) narrate an amusing incident
(3) show a radical shift in attitude
(4) highlight the problems of subueay travellers
Q62. The word oblivious (Para 3) means
Q63. The word which is opposite in meaning to “compassion’ (Para 6) is
Q64. ‘I felt differently’ Tense of the above sentence has been correctly changed into present continuous in
(1) I had been feeling differently
(2) I am feeling differently
(3) I was feeling differently
(4) I have been feeling differently
Q65. ‘My irritation vanished.’ The sentence gi ven above has been correctly changed into interrogative form in
(1) Hadn’t my irritation vanished?
(2) Couldn’t my irritation vanish?
(3) Didn’t my irritation vanish?
(4) Did my irritation vanish?
Q66. The children’s behaviour on the subway was
Q67. How did the man (children’s father) react to the unruly behaviour of his children?
(1) He tried to control them
(2) He rebuked him
(3) He did nothing
(4) He enjoyed their antics
Q68. It can be inferred from the man’s behavior that he was
(1) mentally disturbed
(2) an indulgent parent
Q69. When the writer learnt the truth
(1) he was angry with himself for being judge metal
(2) his heart was filled with the man’s suffering
(4) he felt apologetic
Directions: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate options.
Your attitudes are the perspectives from which you view life. Some people seem to have a good attitude towards most things. Some people seem to have a bad attitude towards everything. But when you look closer, you will find the most of us have a combination of attitudes, some good, some not so good.
Whatever attitude we have towards anything will affect how we feel about it, which is turn determines whether or not we will do well. So our right attitudes play a very important part in helping us become successful.
In fact as we can see, a good attitude is essential for achievement of any kind. We so often hear of someone who is said to have a bad attitude. The term is often applied to young people, especially to teenagers who frequently get into trouble, but we often hear about adults, too. The implication is always that the individual in question is not going to make if he doesn’t change his attitude.
I would agree, without a good attitude it is not possible to see the opportunities ahead and set one’s sights to reach them. But even more important is the fact that in order to possess the kind of feeling which work for us we’ve got to have the right attitude to start with.
But where do we get our attitudes from? Are we born with them or do they just appear out of some where?
Our attitudes are no accident. They don’t just happen.
Our attitude created and influenced entirely by our beliefs.
Q70. Which one of the following statement is correct?
(1) Our attitudes are created an of controlled by our beliefs
(2) Our attitudes are influenced by our parents only
(3) Our attitudes are the result of own personal experience
(4) We are born with our attitudes
Q71. The word ‘determine’ most nearly means
Q72. Which part of speech is the underlined word in the sentence given below? “Some people seem to have a good attitude t wards most things.’
Q73. Alan attitude is absolutely necessary for attainment of any kind.
Q74. The term ‘bad attitude’ is used for young people because they
(1) often get into difficulty
(2) behave irresponsibly
(3) are unpredictable
(4) defy all kinds of authority
Q75. Right attitudes are absolutely essential to
(1) have harmonious relations with others
(2) win the goodwill of our peers and superiors
(3) promote our mental well-being
(4) succeed in life