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English Questions For all Teaching Exam: 4th February 2019

English Questions For all Teaching Exam: 4th February 2019_30.1
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Directions (1-5): In the following questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word (s). Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.
Q1. The thief explained how he ……………… from the jail.
(a) escapes
(b) had escaped
(c) escaped
(d) has escaped
Q2. He held ……………… to the books passionately.
(a) on
(b) in
(c) off
(d) away
Q3. They did not know where they ……………… from.
(a) had come
(b) have come
(c) has come
(d) come
Q4. There is only one member who has not paid his ……………… and he has promised to pay before the end of this month.
(a) remittance
(b) honorarium
(c) subscription
(d) allowance
Q5. He was an ……………… swimmer, but was swept away by a strong ……………… .
(a) eligible; water
(b) able; stream
(c) old; river
(d) expert; current
Directions (6-10): Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
The study of history provides many benefits. First, we learn from the past. We may repeat mistakes, but at least, we have the opportunity to avoid them. Second, history teaches us what questions to ask about the present. Contrary to some people’s view, the study of history is not the memorization of names, dates, and places. It is the thoughtful examination of the forces that have shaped the courses of human life. We can examine events from the past and then draw inferences about current events. History teaches us about likely outcomes. Another benefit of the study of history is the broad range of human experience which is covered. War and peace are certainly covered as are national and international affairs. However, matters of culture (art, literature and music) are also included in historical study. Human nature is an important part of history: emotions like passion, greed and insecurity have influenced the shaping of world affairs. Anyone who thinks that the study of history is boring has not really studies history.
Q6. By studying history we can
(a) question the authority
(b) repeat mistakes
(c) predict the future
(d) avoid mistakes
Q7. Which method of teaching history would the author of this passage support?
(a) Analyzing wars and their causes
(b) Applying historical events to modern society
(c) Using flash cards to remembers specific facts
(d) Weekly quizzes on dates and events
Q8. History is all about
(a) maps, information and detailed data
(b) memorizing names, dates and places
(c) understanding international affairs
(d) studying about a broad range of human experience
Q9. History is not boring because
(a) it is about the mistakes we make
(b) it covers both war and peace
(c) it studies human nature and culture
(d) it is full of historical events
Q10. What is the main idea of this passage?
(a) Students should study both national and international history
(b) Studying history helps us to learn from the past
(c) Studying history is not just memorization
(d) The role of history is to help students deal with real life

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