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English Questions For all Teaching Exam:31st January 2019(Solutions)

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Q1. When the result of an action is the reverse of what the actor expected, it is an/a 
(a) understatement 
(b) situational irony
(c) postmodernism
(d) oxymoron 
Q2. A statement which can contain two or more meanings is an/a
(a) ambiguity
(b) anecdote
(c) epigraph
(d) foil
Q3. Highlighting an actor in a tightly focused beam of light is done to 
(a) provide visibility 
(b) help create a mood to
(c) reinforce the style of he production 
(d) provide focus onstage and create a visual compositions 
Q4. Of the four main stage arrangements, the one which has the audience seated on four sides is the 
(a) arena 
(b) proscenium
(c) thrust
(d) founds space 
Q5. Once the characters set out along a particular path, there is no turning back and no way to avoid the final outcome. In which genre is this found? 
(a) Tragedy
(b) tragicomedy
(c) comedy
(d) heroic drama
Q6. The following form had leading characters who were members of the middle class 
(a) comedy of manners 
(b) bourgeois tragedy or domestic tragedy
(c) ballad opera 
(d) sentimental comedy 
Q7. When the audience knows something that the characters in the drama do not, it is a/an
(a) adage
(b) bildungsroman
(c) apostrophe
(d) dramatic irony 
Q8. What name for a lyrical work, typically 50-200 lines long, comes from the Greek word for song?
(a) ode
(b) lyric
(c) sonnet
(d) ballad
Q9. How many lines are there in a limerick ? 
(a) 6
(b) 5
(c) 10
(d) 4
Q10. The name given to a lengthy, narrative poem, containing the details of heroic deeds is a/an 
(a) epic
(b) lyric
(c) ballad
(d) elegy 
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