1. Identify the question to get the answer.
Yes. We go there every year.
(1) Did you been to Ooty?
(2) Have been to Ooty ever?
(3) Did you go to Ooty never?
(4) Have you ever been to Ooty?
2. In a letter to an officer, the ‘subscription’ is……
(1) Yours sincerely,
(2) yours faithfully,
(3) Yours faithfully,
(4) Yours’ faithfully,
3. Identify the correct sentence that contains all the words in the box correctly.
Sun, clouds, makes, the, the, us, for
(1) The sun makes us for the clouds.
(2) The sun makes the clouds for us.
(3) The clouds makes the sun for us.
(4) The sun clouds makes for us.
4. Read the four parts of a sentence.
They are marked A, B, C and D.
(a) because it was interesting
(b) interested in the book
(c) that he could not put it down.
(d) he was so
The correct sequence of the parts is:
(1) D, B, C, A
(2) B, C, A, D
(3) A, C, B, D
(4) D, C, A, B
5-9: Read the following passage and answer the questions given below.
John Ruskin says, “All books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour and the books of all time.”Similarly some books are read by 95% of people for some years and then they are virtually forgotten. Take for example, ‘detective’ novels. We may not have heard about the authors of detective novels like Erle Stanley Gardner. Although the taste of reader is changing, 5% of people continue to read ‘classics’. Mark Twain said, “A classic is a book which people praise but don’t read.”
Books are good companions and good counsellors. They are like good friends. As a good friend walks in when others walk out, books also walk in to console you. They offer the best solace you think of.
5. According to Ruskin, books can be divided into……
(1) Some categories
(2) Three categories
(3) Four categories
(4) two categories
6. According to this passage……….
(1) Some books are read and forgotten
(2) Very few books are read but forgotten
(3) Most of the books are read but forgotten
(4) No book is read and forgotten
7. According to this passage……..
(1) a majority of people read classics
(2) every reader reads classics
(3) more than half of the readers read classics
(4) a small percentage of people read classics.
8. The writer of this passage compares books to ….
9. The writer of this passage says that books can make us……..
(1) Feel sad
(2) Feel better
(3) Feel dejected
(4) Feel serious
10. Language games can consolidate the pupils’ skills of…
(1) Listening and speaking only
(2) Speaking and reading only
(3) Reading and writing only
(4) Listening, speaking, reading and writing
11. We teach a supplementary reader for…………
(1) Learning pronunciation
(2) Learning syntax
(3) Extensive reading
(4) Intensive reading
12. Read the question in the box given below:
Choose the correct word to fill in the blank
Ravi goes to school ………. Bicycle.
(a) by (b) on (c) with (d) over
The above test item tests the…
(1) Lexical item
13. At schools, teachers conduct unit tests, terminal exams and annual exams to ensure…….
(1) Continuous and comprehensive evaluation
(2) Summative evaluation
(3) Diagnostic evaluation
(4) Formation evaluation
14. In microteaching, the sequence of events is:
(1) Teacher trainees improve their spoken English
(2) They prepare a microlesson plan, teach, get the feedback, replan and reteach.
(3) They teach, get the feedback, prepare a microlesson and reteach.
(4) They prepare a microlesson plan and improve their teaching.
15. One of the basic elements of spoken English is fluency. Fluency is the ability to a speaker….
(1) to pause at the right place while speaking
(2) to speak fast
(3) to speak as fast as he can(4) to speak as slowly as he can
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