Q76. While translating a subject and using the translation in the mainstream curriculum, the benefit is:
(A) promoting national identity
(B) enriching linguistic capability and appreciation
(C) enabling teachers who are not competent in the mainstream language to take class.
(D) Standardizing cultural identity
Q77. For students to gain language skills from text books, the textbook learning should:
(A) Correlate with assessment and achievement.
(B) lead to using the textbook sparingly.
(C) expose them to more literary reading.
(D) become more cost-effective compared to technologically supported course.
Q78. The teaching of reading by associating characters or groups of characters with sound is the method.
Q79. Teachers can remediate for the students with language learning difficulty by:
(A) focusing on individual progress with individual instruction.
(B) Providing notes that are simplified
(C) Initially giving information as reading only, no writing.
(D) Conduct extra class for the students.
Q80. One who hates knowledge and reasoning is called:
Q81. The idiomatic expression ‘A storm in a cup’ means:
(A) lose patience
(B) A perfect situation
(C) Small fuss on a big thing
(D) Big fuss on a small thing
Q82. Read the following sentence carefully and pick out the correct figure of SpeechBlue baby bonnets bobbed through the bayon.
Q83. Which of the following options best describes the figure of speech ‘Synecdoche
(A) Two contradictory terms used together
(B) Gives human qualities to non living things
(C) Comparison between two unlike things
(D) When a part is presented by a whole or, conversely the whole is presented by the part.
Q84. From the following options, pick out the one with the correct spelling –
Q85. From the given options select the correct synonym (similar meaning) of “Valour –
Directions (Q No Q86-90) Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option
At about the time when the autobiography first appeared I remember reading Its opening chapters in the ill-printed pages of some Indian newspaper. They made a good impression on me, which Gandhi himself, at that time did not. The things that one associated with him – homespun cloth’, ‘soul force’ and vegetarianism-were unappealing, and his medievalist programme was obviously that not viable in a backward, starving Oy populated country. It was also apparent tha the British were making use of him, or thought they were making use of him. Strictly speaking as a nationalist, he was an enemy, but in every crisis he would exert himself to prevent violence – which from the British point of view meant preventing any effective action whatever he could be regarded as ‘our man’.
Q86. What is the name of Gandhi’s autobiography?
(A) My Experiments with Truth
(B) My Experiments with Life
(C) My Experiments with Indians
(D) My Experiment with Britishers
Q87. How did Gandhi achieve freedom?
(A) Through sloganeering
(B) Through violence and agitation
(C) Through homespun cloth and soul force
(D) None of the above
Q88. What was Gandhi’s medievalist programme?
(A) To keep the nation starved
(B) To bring freedom through peace
(C) Agitation for Britishers
(D) To wait and watch
Q89. Why was Gandhi considered as our man?
(A) He was a spokesperson of Indians.
(B) He was a spokesperson of Britishers
(C) He was a spokesperson of Indians and Britishers.
(D) He was a spokesperson of none.
Q90. What does the expression ‘not viable’ in the passage mean?