11th NTRCA Written Question- English Lecturer




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11thNTRCA Written
English Lecture
 
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1. Answer any two of the following:           10×2=20
 
(a) What is meant by metaphysical poetry? Write an essay on metaphysical poets.
(b) Discuss the Elizabethan age as the golden age of English literature.
(c) “The life of the Victorian people was a life of conflict some of the poems of Arnold.
(d) What do you understand by modern drama? Write an essay on the leading modern dramatists and their contribution to English literature.

 

 
 
2. Answer any two of the following: –10×220                                                                                        
(a)  “In Shakespeare’s comedies, it is the heroines who steal the lime light.” —Comment.
(b)  Consider “The Rape of the Lock” as a social satire.
(c) What are the main trends of modern poetry? How has T.S. Eliot influenced modern poetry?

(d) Write a note on Dickens’ criticism of society in “Great Expectations.”


3. Write short notes on the following terms (any four) :5×4=20                                                  
(a) Epic; (b) Three unities; (c) Allegory; (d) Dramatic monologue; (e) Parable; (f) Short story; (g) Poetic justice; (h) Tragedy.

4. Identify the figures of speech from the quotations given below:  
 
(a) “And Joy, whose hand is ever at his lips. Bidding adieu.
(b) “Sweet are the uses of adversity”?
(c) “And miles to go before I sleep.
(d) “Beauty cannot keep her lustrous eyes.”

(e) “Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thoughts.”


5. Write a brief summary of the following passage :–          10                                     

Speech is a great blessing, but it can also be a great curse. It may help us to make our intentions and desires known to our fellows. It can also, if we use it carelessly, make our attitude completely misunderstood. A slip of the tongue, the use of an unusual or an ambiguous word and so on, may create an enemy where we had hoped to win a friend. Again different classes of people use different vocabularies, and the ordinary speech of an educated man may strike an uneducated listener as showing pride; unwittingly we may use a word which bears a different meaning for our listeners. Thus speech is not a gift to use lightly without thought, but one which demands careful handling; only a fool will express himself alike to all kinds and conditions of men.





6. Write a letter of sympathy to a sick friend in the hospital.                                       10
     Write a letter of complaint about delaying delivery of a micro oven you have ordered a week ago.
7. Change the following words as directed and make sentences with
the changed words (
any five)
(a) Wisdom (adverb); (b) Courage (verb); (c) Magic (adverb); (d) Strong (Verb); (e) Excite (Adjective); (f) Decision (verb); (g) Evaluate (noun); (h) Endanger (noun).

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8. Use your own words to complete each of the following sentences (any five) :—          lx5 =5
(a) If you had started earlier, …………………………………………
(b) Would that ……………………..
(c) It is high time we………………………………………….
(d) He is rich enough…………………………………………
(e) It was long since………………
(f) Man is born free, ………………………………………….
(g) When one’s falsehood is brought to light …………………
    (h)Women who comprise half of our population