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

Model Question Paper for the Students of M.P.: BA/BSc/BCom II Year- FC- Paper I (English Language & Foundation)
Option in blue colour is right option.
Note: Choose the correct option(50 Questions)

Q.01. William Wordsworth is:
(a) A playwright
(b) A story teller
(c) An essayist
(d) A poet
Q.02. William Wordsworth is a:
(a) Classical poet
(b) Neo- Classical poet
(c) Romantic poet
(d) Modern poet
Q.03. Wordsworth is a poet of:
(a) Japan
(b) Germany
(c) France
(d) England
Q.04. William Wordsworth is associated with:
(a) Lake District
(b) Somerset
(c) Cornwall
(d) Manchester
Q.05. The meaning of ‘Solitude’ is:
(a) Being alone
(b) Being sad
(c) Being together
(d) Being in trouble
Q.06. What is ‘Daffodils’?
(a) An essay
(b) A story
(c) A poem
(d) A drama
Q.07. Where does the poet see the daffodils?
(a) In a garden
(b) In a forest
(c) In a field
(d) In a park
Q.08. ‘I wandered lonely as a cloud’. Who is the ‘I’?
(a) Poet
(b) Flowers
(c) Stars
(d) Water
Q.09. How many daffodils does the poet see?
(a) Thousands
(b) Hundreds
(c) Dozens
(d) A few
Q.10. In which season does the poet see the daffodils?
(a) Spring
(b) Summer
(c) Winter
(d) Rainy Season
Q.11. Who is Sarojini Naidu?
(a) A doctor
(b) A lawyer
(c) A poet
(d) A reporter
Q.12. Naidu ‘Bangle Sellers’ is:
(a) A poem
(b) A long story
(c) A short story
(d) A novella
Q.13. ‘Bangle Sellers’ has been composed by:
(a) Tagore
(b) Nirala
(c) Sarojini Naidu
(d) Wordsworth
Q.14. Who is known as the Nightingale of India?
(a) Asha Bhonsale
(b) Lata Mangeskar
(c) Sarojini Naidu
(d) Suraiya
Q.15. Sarojini Naidu is known as the Nightingale of:
(a) India
(b) Pakistan
(c) England
(d) China
Q.16. In ‘Bangle Sellers’, bangles are tokens of:
(a) Dull lives
(b) Radiant lives
(c) Slow lives
(d) Fast lives
Q.17. APJ Kalam was:
(a) The President of India
(b) The Prime Minister of Pakistan
(c) The Chief Minister of Bihar
(d) An Ambassador of Egypt
Q.18. APJ Kalam is Popular as:
(a) Missile Man of America
(b) Missile Man of India
(c) Missile Man of England
(d) Missile Man of Russia
Q.19. ‘Patriotism Beyond Politics and Religion’ has been written by:
(a) Subhash
(b) Nehru
(c) Gandhi
(d) Kalam
Q.20. ‘Patriotism Beyond Politics and Religion’ is:
(a) A poem
(b) An essay
(c) A story
(d) A drama
Q.21. ‘Wings of Fire’ is a famous book of:
(a) Kalam
(b) Tolstoy
(c) Hemingway
(d) Nehru
Q.22. APJ Kalam is famous for his:
(a) War and Peace
(b) Hard Times
(c) Old Man the Sea
(d) Wings of Fire
Q.23. ‘A Letter to God’ is:
(a) A poem
(b) A story
(c) An essay
(d) A play
Q.24. ‘A Letter to God’ has been translated by:
(a) Swanteh
(b) Fuentes
(c) Yates
(d) Ruskin Bond
Q.25. Lencho’s profession was:
(a) Cattle rearing
(b) Farming
(c) Brick making
(d) Dancing
Q.26. Who is the main character of ‘A Letter to God’?
(a) David
(b) John
(c) Lencho
(d) Robert
Q.27. Where was Lenco’s house situated?
(a) On the crest of a low hill
(b) On the crest of a mountain
(c) In a deep valley
(d) On a high land
Q.28. What did Lencho hope for?
(a) Money
(b) Rain
(c) Property
(d) None
Q.29. The rains changed into:
(a) Hailstorm
(b) Drought
(c) Snow
(d) Flood
Q.30. The crop that grew in Lencho’s fields was:
(a) Wheat
(b) Corn
(c) Barley
(d) None
Q.31. Lencho decided to write a letter to:
(a) God
(b) Government
(c) Postmaster
(d) Friend
Q.32. Lencho is a firm believer of:
(a) Destiny
(b) God
(c) Luck
(d) Chance
Q.33. Who sent money to Lencho?
(a) Friend
(b) Banker
(c) Postman
(d) Postmaster
Q.34. What did Lencho asked for in second letter?
(a) More money
(b) Remaining amount
(c) No amount
(d) None
Q.35. How much money did Lencho ask for?
(a) 1000 pesos
(b) 500 pesos
(c) 100 pesos
(d) 10 pesos
Q.36. How did Lencho feel when he counted the money?
(a) Grateful
(b) Joyful
(c) Relieved
(d) Angry
Q.37. Tolstoy is a very popular author of:
(a) India
(b) Russia
(c) Germany
(d) France
Q.38. Where was Aksionov going?
(a) A village
(b) A market
(c) Nizhny fair
(d) Vladimir
Q.39. What is the meaning of a samovar?
(a) A tea urn
(b) A plate
(c) A glass
(d) A spoon
Q.40. Sona reads in ….. University.
(a) a
(b) an
(c) the
(d) any
Q.41. I have not seen ….. Himalays.
(a) a
(b) an
(c) the
(d) None
Q.42. Which one is correct?
(a) Stoping
(b) Sttoping
(c) Stopping
(d) Stopinng
Q.43. Plural of ‘Woman’ is:
(a) Womain
(b) Womans
(c) Women
(d) Womens
Q.44. ‘Advice’ is:
(a) A Noun
(b) A Pronoun
(c) A Verb
(d) An Adverb
Q.45. ‘London’ is:
(a) A Noun
(b) A Pronoun
(c) A Verb
(d) An Adverb
Q.46. Third form of ‘Write’ is:
(a) Wrote
(b) Writted
(c) Writen
(d) Written
Q.47. There are ….. Vowels in English.
(a) Two
(b) Three
(c) Four
(d) Five
Q.48. ‘An application to the Principal of a college’ is:
(a) Informal letter
(b) Formal letter
(c) Invitation
(d) Notice
Q.49. The purpose of an advertisement is:
(a) To publicize a product
(b) To promote the sales of a product
(c) To generate more leads of sales
(d) All of the above
Q.50. The language of a notice must be:
(a) Figurative
(b) Complicated
(c) Tricky
(d) Simple


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