CTET 2019 English Language 1 Paper & Answers Exam


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91. Which one of the following is not a function of castles as expressed in the passage?

(1) Castles served both offensive and defensive purposes militarily.

(2) Castles served as symbols of power.

(3) Castles were important social centres in medieval England.

(4) Castles were the places where knights would keep their be horses.

92. Which one of the following best describes the main idea in Paragraph 2?

(1) It describes how and why William the Conqueror took control of England.

(2) It explains why castles were first built in England and the military purposes they served.

(3) It shows how Norman lords were often scared and frequently retreated.

(4) It details all of the purposes that English castles served.

93. The original castles were first made from earth and timber because—

(1) it takes a lot more time and energy to build a stone castle

(2) it did not occur to people to build castles out of stone

(3) people did not realize how weak wooden castles would be against fire

(4) wooden castles were prettier than dirty stone castles

94. Wooden castles were converted to stone castles as—

(1) wooden castles take a long time to build

(2) wooden castles are uncomfort-able

(3) stone castles offer better defense

(4) stone castles stay cooler in the summer

95. Which one of the following best explains how gunpowder was the nemesis of traditional castles?

(1) Wars were fought with guns and hiding in castles was no longer necessary.

(2) Artillery forts with large cannons became more stylish than traditional castles.

(3) Defending castles grew difficult, since attackers could just shoot castle defenders.

(4) Cannons were able to knock down stone walls, so castles offered little protection.

96. Which one of the following titles would bestthe content of this

(1) William the Conqueror Bringing Castles to England

(2) Defending the Castle Techno-CloagisetisesUsed to Defend Medieval

(3) A Short History of Castles : The England Fall of Castles in

(4) Fancy Living Learning about Castles, Palaces and Fortresses

97. Which one of the following is an opinion?

(1) Stone is more resistant to fire than wood.
(2) William the Conqueror built the first castles in England.

(3) It is unfortunate that castles no longer serve their original purposes.

(4) Castles were used as offices of administration during the Middle Ages.

98. Choose a word from the given options which means almost the same as the word ‘vestiges’ used in the passage.

(1) Reminder

(2) Outskirts

(3) Farrago

(4) Creation

99. Choose a antonym of the the word ‘

(1) Nadir pinnacle’.

(2) Crest

(3) Apex

(4) Steeple


Directions : Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow (Q. Nos. 100 to 105) by selecting the correct/most appropriate options. My mother bore me in the southern wild, And I am black, but 0 I my soul is white; White as an angel is the English child : But I am black as if bereav’d of light. My mother taught me underneath a tree And sitting down before the heat of day, She took me on her lap and kissed me, And pointing to the east began to say.
Look on the rising sun . there God does live And gives his light, and gives his heat away. And flowers and trees and beasts and men receive Comfort in morning joy in the noonday.
And we are put on earth a little space, That we may learn to bear the beams of love, And these black bodies and this sun-burnt face Is but a cloud, and like a shady grove.

100. The Little Black Boy’ was born in—

(1) the desert wastes

(2) the servants’ house

(3) the southern wild

(4) the east coast

101. The Little Black Boy’ wished that he could be–

(1) educated (2) older (3) free (4) white

102. The mother of ‘the Little Black Boy’ says God put people on earth—
(1) to learn to endure his love

(2) to work off their sins

(3) to prepare them for future trials

(4) to learn how to treat one another as equals

103. The mother of ‘the Little Black Boy’ says his dark skin and face are—

(1) a blessing (2) a veil (3) a curse (4) a cloud

104. The phrase ‘like a shady grove’ is—

(1) a metaphor (2) a simile (3) an example of alliteration (4) a personification

105. Top oueht,11 phrase :asaitf bereav’d

(1) low self-esteem of the child (2) lack of hope for the future (3) colour of the boy (4) All of the above

106. Iconic mode of learning is based on the system of using—

(1) a variety of activities (2) symbols (3) images and diagrams (4) different types of graph

107. While reading for comprehension, we understand that some pairs are examples of homograph. Which one of the following is a homograph?

(1) warm/tepid [being neither too hot nor too cold]

(2) lead [metal]/lead [give direction)

(3) lead [give direction]/dead [mortal]

(4) mail [post]/male [gender]

108. A ‘sight word’ is a vocabulary item—

(1) that needs proper visual understanding of the context

(2) that is to be learnt by heart

(3) that the reader recognizes and finds meaningful on sight without a complicated analysis

(4) that helps in judging the effectiveness of the author’s style

109. Which one of the following methods is suggested for teaching grammar at primary level?

(I) Deductive teethed (2) Textbook method (3) Inductive teethed (4) Translation method

110. Flower and Hayes regarded which one of the following skills as ‘problem-creating and solving skill’ ?
(1) Listening (2) Speaking (3) Reading (4) Writing

111. Find out the function word from the following.

(1) And (2) Champion (3) Handsome (4) Seizing

112. What do you mean by ‘review’ ?

(1) Guess (2) Evaluation (3) Critical evaluation (4) Assessment

113. Content words are called—

(1) functors (2) grammatical words (3) lexical words (4) empty words

114. ‘Cloze’ means—

(1) finishing (2) missing part (3) close (4) assessing
115. The last stage of writing is—

(1) controlled writing (2) guided writing (3) free writing (4) advanced writing

116. The procedure of alphabetic method is—
(1) letters—words—phrases —sentences
(2) words—phrases—sentences —paragraph
(3) letters—words—sentences —paragraph
(4) letters—words—phrases —paragraph

117. “You ask, what has my government done for you? I can answer in two words a lot !” The question put up here is—
(1) rhetorical (2) stylized (3) a prompt (4) explanatory

118. According to the observation in the National Curriculum Framework (NCF)-2005, English is a _ language in India.
(1) second (2) foreign (3) first (4) global

119. Read the exchange : Teacher : Shall we go out to the garden and find out the names of those flowers near the corridor? Student : Yes, yes, yeah. Teacher : Yes, Ma’am, please.
Here, the teacher—

(1) relates language function with politeness
(2) makes a polite suggestion to
(3) confirms the student’s request (4) offers an alternative language activity

120. Which one of the following helps in learning the second language without using the printed text?

(1) Natural approach (2) Language immersion (3) Grammar-translation method (4) Situational approach

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