PGT English Mock test 2 July 8, 2021 oppnmedia Leave a comment Welcome to your PGT English Mock test 2 1. A miniature epic based on myth and written in dactylic hexameter is known as-A Trioletb Epillionc villanelled threnody 2.The term, ‘pathetic fallacy’ was coined by(A)John Ruskin(B) Matthew Arnold(C) William Shakespeare(D) John Donne 3. Browning’s My Last Duchess is a fine example of-a songb dramatic monologuec sonnet formd lyric 4. The Novelist that indicated mostly the education system of his time was(A) Charles Dickens(B) Thomas hardy(C) Charles reads(D) Willkie Collins 5. A play based on history as its subject matter is known as-a black dramab academic dramac chronicle playd domestic comedy 6. Who said about Wordsworth as fallows? “his poetry is the reality his philosophy is the illusion”(A) T.S. Eliot(B) John Ruskin(C) Arnold(D) None of these 7. Shakespeare's Henry 6th, 1st, 2nd and 3rd are find example of-a chronicle playb passion playc domestic dramad tableau 8. Which among the following was written by Edmund Burke(A) Right of man(B) The Wrongs of Woman(C) Reflection on the Revolution in France(D)None of these 9. A novel written in the form of letters is known as-a anti-novelb tableauc gothic noveld epistolary novel 10.The concern of the Neo-classical writer was(A) Nature(B) Love(C) Revenge(D) Human Nature 11. When a word or a sentence expresses double or multiple meaning when term is used-a fallacyb anticlimaxc ambiguityd farce 12. What is the Philip Sidney ‘Astrophel and Stella’?(A) Tragedy(B) Epic(C) Historical Romance(D) Translation of Illiad 13 Pope’s Moral Essays is an example of-a eclogueb epistlec Peripeteiad axiom 14. Don Adriano is a character in(A) Hamlet(B) King Lear(C) Tempest(D) Love Labour Lost 15. A forceful speech addressed to a large audience is known as-a harangueb asidec scanisiond schism 16. Who wrote ‘Holly Sonnet’?(A) Spenser(B) Milton(C) Donne(D) None of these 17. A short farcical performance which is generally adjusted in a long play or noval is known as a-a monologueb epiloguec prologued interlude 18. A sonnet consist of(A) 18 lines(B) 20 lines(C) 14 lines(D) 12 lines 19. A meditative poem about night is known as-A nocturneb monodyc epylliond light verse 20. The synonym of ‘Prudent’ is(A) Careful(B) Cheerful(C) Careless(D) Cool 21. In which type of play the traditional conventions are ignored or distorted?a mimeb closet dramac anti playd Black comedy 22. What do you say ‘a well experienced person’?(A) Voluntary(B)Veteran(C)Eccentric(D)Theist 23. A Nobel which is written in the first person and in the form of self regulation is known as-a anti-novelb comic epic in prosec gothic noveld confessional novel 24.The meaning of ‘Garrulous’ is(A)Brave(B)Loyal(C)Talkative(D)Showy 25. A narrative in which birds and animals etc appeared and talk like human beings is known as-a fableb clichéc epigramd novel of ideas 26. Choose the response which give the correct spelling of the word(A)Colleaageu(B) Colleague(C)Coleageua(D)Collegeu 27. Which device is used a person or king is directly addressed?a apostropheb clichec climaxd epithet 28.Which word is mis-spelt(A) Zealous(B)Opposite(C)Empirical(D)Rhytoric 29. Fielding's novel Joseph Andrews is a ……..of Richardson’s Pamela.a epithetb climaxc elegyd parody 30.Choose the carrot Proverb(A)Necessity is the mother of happiness(B) Necessity is the mother of invention(C) Necessity is the mother of enmity(D) Necessity is the mother of pride 31. When the letters of a word are reshuffled to form another word or words, the device is known as-a anagramb witticismc lampoond piracy 32.Compelete the following Proverb by choosing the correct word A burnt child dreads the………. .(A) Water(B) Cold(C)Things(D)Fire 33. A literary work meant for ridiculing style, subject or attitude is known as-a antithesisb BurlesqueC ZeugmaD catharsis 34.Choose the correct meaning of the foreign words, ‘inter alia’(A) Among other things(B) Without other things(C) In seclusion(D) In great demand 35. A comedy meant for producing laughter and humour based on situation is known as-a black comedyb farcec bourgeois dramad carol 36.The synonym of ‘Queer’ is(A) Strange(B) Beautiful(C) Cultured(D) Swift 37. A short pastoral lyric describing mundane life in a natural surrounding is known as-a carolb Idyllc hymnd formal poem 38. What is the meaning of ‘Erroneous’?(A) False(B) True(C) Possible(D)Cancel 39. The term lampoon stands for the insulting attack written in verse or prose on a-a real personb a fictional personc an imaginary characterd city women 40. Joseph Conrad was(A) German(B) Greek(C) Polish(D) Irish 41. The Gothic novel and Pre-Raphealitism are the examples of-a medievalismb surrealismc romanticismd Hellenism 42. Who Wrote “Ode to Evening”?(A) Gray(B) Collins(C) Blake(D) Pope 43. Epilogue is generally appended to the conclusion of a-a poemb essayc noveld drama 44. The Novels of R.K. Narayan are set in?(A) Madras(B) Malaysia(C) Mount Abu(D) Malgudi 45. A confessional writer is supposed reveal his private thoughts regarding such personal matters as-A sexb religionc politicsD all the above 46. Paradise Lost consist of ………. Books.(A) 10(B) 12(C) 06(D) 08 47. ‘Eclogue’ stands for a short poem forming a dialogue between-a the shepherdsb the priestc the politiciand the kings 48. If was written by(A) Kipling(B) Eliot(C) Hopkins(D) None of these 49. Which term is used for a short play which is interposed between the courses of a feast or the acts of a long play?a one-act playb interludec burlesqued epilogue 50. Mrs. Ramsay appears in(A) The waves(B) Mrs. Dalloway(C) Between the acts(D) To the Lighthouse Time is Up!