Model Question Paper for the Students of M.P.: UG III Year- FC- Paper I (English Language & Communication Skills)


Model Question Paper for the Students of M.P.: BA/BSc/BCom III Year- FC- Paper I (English Language & Communication Skills)

A. Choose correct option:
Note: The option in blue colour is right option.
01. By profession Stephen Spender is:

(a) A doctor
(b) A player
(c) An author
(d) A musician
02. Stephen Spender is an author of:
(a) Nepal
(b) Germany
(c) England
(d) America
03. Stephen Spender is associated with:
(a) France
(b) India
(c) England
(d) Indonesia
04. ‘The Express’ is a composition by?
(a) Stephen Cook
(b) Stephen Leacock
(c) Stephen Spender
(d) Stephen Paul
05. ‘The Express’ is a very popular:
(a) Essay
(b) Poem
(c) One Act Play
(d) Biography
06. In the beginning the train of ‘The Express’ sings:
(a) Quite low
(b) Quite loud
(c) (a) & (b) both
(d) All of the above
07. ‘The glide of the train’ in ‘The Express’ has been compared to:
(a) Walk of a king
(b) Walk of a prince
(c) Walk of a queen
(d) Walk of a princess
08. William Wordsworth is one of the popular poets of:
(a) England
(b) China
(c) Russia
(d) Poland
09. William Wordsworth is a:
(a) Romantic poet
(b) Neo-Classical poet
(c) Victorian poet
(d) Modern poet
10. Who is known as the pioneer of ‘Romanticism’?
(a) Chaucer
(b) Milton
(c) Dryden
(d) Wordsworth
11. Wordsworth had friendship with:
(a) Milton
(b) Pope
(c) S. T. Coleridge
(d) Tennyson
12. William Wordsworth belonged to:
(a) Somerset
(b) Cornwall
(c) Liverpool
(d) Lake District
13. ‘The World is Too Much with Us’ is a very popular:
(a) Poem
(b) Essay
(c) Biography
(d) Autobiography
14. ‘The World is Too Much with Us’ has been composed by:
(a) John Milton
(b) William Wordsworth
(c) Thomas Gray
(d) Lord Tennyson
15. How many lines are there in ‘The World is Too Much with Us’?
(a) 11
(b) 12
(c) 13
(d) 14
16. A poem of 14 lines is known as:
(a) An Ode
(b) An Elegy
(c) A Sonnet
(d) An Epic
17. In ‘The World is Too Much With Us’ Wordsworth is standing against:
(a) Art and culture
(b) Materialism
(c) Science
(d) Romanticism
18. ‘The World is Too Much With Us’ falls under which category:
(a) Religious poem
(b) Romantic poem
(c) Modern poem
(d) Victorian poem
19. What is Stephen Leacock?
(a) A player
(b) A musician
(c) A humourist
(d) A saint
20. The birth place of Stephen Leacock is:
(a) England
(b) France
(c) United States
(d) Germany
21. Leacock died in:
(a) 1941
(b) 1942
(c) 1943
(d) 1944
22. ‘My Financial Career’ has been written by:
(a) Stephen Spender
(b) Stephen Leacock
(c) Stephen Paul
(d) Stephen Tom
23. The writer of ‘My Financial Career’is:
(a) Stephen Spender
(b) Stephen Leacock
(c) Stephen John
(d) Stephen Karl
24. ‘My Financial Career’ deals with:
(a) A humorous incident
(b) A serious inciden
(c) A romantic incident
(d) A horrible incident
25. Whose salary increases to Fifty Six dollars in ‘My Financial Career’?
(a) The manager’s salary
(b) The accountant’s salary
(c) The security guard’s salary
(d) The narrator’s salary
26. What question does the narrator of ‘My Financial Career’ ask the accountant?
(a) Can I talk to the security officer?
(b) Can I see a loan officer?
(c) Can I see the manager alone?
(d) Can I get a chair to sit?
27. What does the accountant of ‘My Financial Career’ open?
(a) A drawer
(b) An almirah
(c) An account
(d) A Notebook
28. In what year did Stephen Leacock die?
(a) 1941
(b) 1942
(c) 1943
(d) 1944
29. Stephen Leacock passed away in:
(a) Canada
(b) Germany
(c) India
(d) Pakistan
30. Mark Twain is famous for:
(a) Singing
(b) Swimming
(c) Writing
(d) Painting
31. Mark Twain is:
(a) A singer
(b) A player
(c) An author
(d) A musician
32. Where was Mark Twain born?
(a) England
(b) America
(c) Pakistan
(d) India
33. Whose pen name is Mark Twain?
(a) Mark Paul
(b) Mark Jones
(c) Samuel Clemens
(d) Mark Albert
34. What is ‘Running for Governor’?
(a) A biography
(b) A drama
(c) A poem
(d) A Satirical Essay
35. Who has written ‘Running for Governor’?
(a) Mark Paul
(b) Mark Jones
(c) Mark Twain
(d) Mark Albert
36. In which year was ‘Running for Governor’ published?
(a) 1860
(b) 1865
(c) 1870
(d) 1875
37. What literary device is used in ‘Running for Governor’?
(a) Irony
(b) Metaphor
(c) Simile
(d) Hyperbole
38. ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’ is a famous novel of:
(a) Dickens
(b) Jane Austin
(c) Fielding
(d) Mark Twain
39. In what year did Mark Twain die?
(a) 1885
(b) 1910
(c) 1920
(d) 1945
40. Where did Mark Twain die?
(a) India
(b) England
(c) America
(d) Russia
41. In a topical essay:
(a) An old story is analyzed
(b) A novel is analyzed
(c) A specific topic is analyzed
(d) A literary topic is analyzed
42. A good source for a topical essay is:
(a) Scholarly journals
(b) Facebook posts
(c) WhatsApp messages
(d) Blog posts
43. Violent behavior against civilians to spread terror is called:
(a) War
(b) Terrorism
(c) Genocide
(d) Crusade
44. The ------- sets in the west.
(a) Sone
(b) Son
(c) Sun
(d) Shown
45. My friend is a man of ------- .
(a) Princpal
(b) Principle
(c) Principal
(d) Princepal
46. Which one is correct?
(a) Bigining
(b) Begining
(c) Begening
(d) Beginning
47. 15 August 1947 is a ……..in the history of India:
(a) very cold day
(b) very hot day
(c) red-letter day
(d) black-letter day
48. Which one expression is suitable?
(a) Can I come in, Sir?
(b) Sir, can I come in?
(c) Hello! Sir.
(d) May I come in, Sir?
49. What does FIR stand for?
(a) First information request
(b) Final information request
(c) First information report
(d) Final information report
50. A resume is a document that summarizes applicant’s:
(a) Skills, education and experience
(b) Family details
(c) Hobbies
(d) Interests
51. In an email it is suitable to use:
(a) Only emojis
(b) Typical language
(c) Metaphorical language
(d) Simple and error free language
52. Who can create a blog?
(a) Only large companies
(b) Anyone with internet access
(c) Only professional writers
(d) Only celebrities

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