Directions (1-5): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences.
Q1. Study of ancient things like tombs, buried towns.
Q2. One who believes that everything is pre-destined.
Q3. One who cannot be corrected.
Q4. Opposed to great or sudden change.
Q5. Person prominent in a fashionable society.
Q6.Which of the following is/are goal/s for a language curriculum?
(A)Language acquisition inside and outside the classroom
(B)A common cognitive academic linguistic proficiency
(c)Both A and B
(d)None of these
Q7.Which of the following is suitable for making students responsible for their own learning?
(a)Discouraging students from making decision about how they learn best?
(b)Using technology to chat and network
(c)Encouraging students to ask more and more question
(d)Giving a lot of homework, project work and assignments to improve language skill of the students
Q8.What is a sonnet?
(a)A poem of six lines
(b)A poem of eight lines
(c)A poem of twelve lines
(d)A poem of fourteen lines
Q9.Which of the following statement is true?
(a)Grammar can be introduced after basic linguistic competence is acquired, as a mean of reflecting an academic language and an intellectual interesting activity in its own right
(b)Some grammar is in any case necessary for the ability to meaningfully make use of dictionary entries, as learner dictionaries now incorporate a fair amount of ‘grammar’ and usage as notes and in their coding
(c)Grammar is not a route for developing primary or usable knowledge of language, but it can serve as a tool for increasing the language repertoire and for understanding the construction of text ‘rhetoric’ and argumentation
(d)All of these
Q10.Effective teaching, by and large, is a function of-
(c)Teachers making students learn and understand
(d)Teachers liking the job of teaching
Sol. archaeology-the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains.
Sol. fatalist- The doctrine that all events are predetermined by fate and are therefore unalterable.
Sol. incorrigible- (of a person or their behaviour) not able to be changed or reformed.
Sol. conservative-averse to change or innovation and holding traditional values.
Sol. socialite-a person who is well known in fashionable society and is fond of social activities and entertainment