LT Grade English MCQs Mock Test 4

Welcome to your LT Grade English MCQs Mock Test 4

1. Paradise Regained (1671) is also an epic poem in

2. Who wrote Hyperion after a careful study of Paradise Lost?

3. Who among the following was a presenter for a weekly science magazine programme called "Turning Point" that aired on Doordarshan in 1991?

4. Bacon's general conception of essay was borrowed from-

5. Who an incomplete utopian novel New Atlantis published posthumously in 1626?

6. "Will Wimble" is an essay written by-

7. The essay "Will Wimble" was published on Wednesday dated-

8. At which number the essay "Will Wimble" was published in The Spectator?

9. Which author has been referred by E. V. Lucas, his principal biographer, as "the most lovable figure in English literature"?

10. Charles Lamb's poem "Living Without God in the World" has been called in which Lamb expresses his disgust at atheism, attributing it to pride.

11. Who wrote an orchestral work, Dream Children, inspired by Lamb's essay of that title?

12. People who have theories as to how one should live tend to

13. Moralists that you cannot get happiness by

14. What is Monte Carlo-

15. Who wrote: "our sympathies must inevitably be on the side of democracy, I should like India to play its full part and throw all her resources into the struggle for a new order".

16. Who was the first Prime Minister of India?

17. Whose birthday is celebrated as Children's Day?

18. As a writer Mansfield is considered to be a

19. Which of the following is stories with in the overall text of the the garden party and other stories is told in the first person?

20. Which of his novel Henry Fielding defined (in the Preface of Novel) as a "comic epic poem in prose"?)

21. Which was the first full-length novel of Henry Fielding?

22. Gradgrind is a character in (P-09)

23. Give the right suffix for the word 'king' to make it an abstract noun- (PGT 2013)

24. The singular for 'diagnoses' is: (TGT 2004)

It are (A)/ the books and (2)/ their authors (3)/ that have confused us. (D)/ No error (E)

Either of (A)/ the two boys (B)/ are eligible (C)/ for selection for the post. (D)/ No error (E)

The horse and carriage (A)/ have been standing (B) at the door (C)/ for two hours. (D)/ No error (E)

Which of the following is grammatically incorrect?

Which of the following pairs is mismatched?

Which of the following expressions correct?

Which of the following sentences grammatically correct? (TGT-2016)

Which of the following word is mis-spelt?

Which word is mis-spelt? (TGT 2003)

Choose the response which gives the correct spelling to the word (TGT 2003)

The process by which a legislative body or other legally constituted tribunal initiates charges against a public official for misconduct.

A person who has changed their feelings of support and duty from one political, religious, national, etc. group to a new one:

to punish somebody by officially not allowing them to remain a member of a particular religion, especially the Roman Catholic Church-

Direction: Read the following passage and answer the questions (38-41) given below: The sad demise of Mother Teresa left the world weighed down by an unprecedented grief. The Yugoslav- born nun was the first person in India after M. K. Gandhi to be given a state funeral despite never holding any public office. What she will be remembered for is what she stood. She symbolized the ultimate indestructible memorandum of love lying beyond all contentions. The saint of the gutters was almost synonymous with the slums and the poverty of Calcutta. She adopted and loved the city as her own. She managed to make shrines out of the grimmest of penurial circumstances. Her saintliness did not have the conventional detachment from society. She was a personification of mercy and charity. Her charity was sublime and mellow, never keen to project godliness. She spurred as on to be simply humane. She held the human life with all its trauma in a compassionate embrace. A realization dawned on her early that love and the assurance of being cared for were what people needed most. Here was a simple message of concern, hope and new life for the unfed, unclothed and the unsheltered. I was her conviction that all is willed by God and it is our duty to serve Him by serving humanity. Malcolm Muggeridge, one of Mother Teresa's early biographers, was so moved by the mission which cuts across all limitations that he told the whole world about her. Thus she was catapulted to fame. People responded warmly and her arduous struggle to keep going was considerably eased as funds poured in. It was also the time that Mother started travelling to places in order to meet people and spread her word of God. Dominique Lapierre much went about making a film on her and his hurt her very This great woman could not avoid eyebrows being raised at her. She disapproved of abortion because it signified killing, of the foetus and the conscience of the mother. She took children to be the gift of God. She was also accused of almost making a fetish of human misery and using it as a ploy to raise funds. It is always simpler to criticize, it is much harder to defend. Mother did it unequivocally in her own fashion.(TGT-2004) Question:Mother Teresa:

Mother Teresa was:

Mother Teresa identified herself with:

Mother Teresa was not an advocate of abortions:

Mother Teresa understood that people had utmost need for:

Translate the following sentences in English. मैंने उसे सुलाया।

घोड़े सब जगह मिलते हैं।

सबको मालूम है।

बहुत लोगों को चोटें आयीं।

कुछ छात्रों को मार लगी।

In Coriolanus, Coriolanus was publicly killed by--

Shakespear's Cymbline was probably written in the early months of the year-

"The soul was like a star and dwelt apart" is a line from

In As You LIke lt, who accompanies Rosalind to the Forest of Arden

In which play of Shakespeare, the lyric "Under the Greenwood tree" is there ?

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