TGT English Mock Test 17

Welcome to your TGT English Mock Test 17

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1. Gaveston is a character in-

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2. Shakespeare's historical plays pre- sent the history of England from

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3. Mighty line' is connected with-

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4. Battle of Poitiers took place in

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5. The poem such as "Funeral Blues" deals with -

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6. Philip Larkin was a-

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7. In the poem "O Captain! My Captain!" the Captain is- (PGT-04)

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8. Who is regarded as the hopelessly beloved person in Dickinson's life?

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9. "Home is the place where, when you have to go there,/ They have to take you in." The above lines are from-

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10. "Most of the change we think we see in life Is due to truths being in and out of favor" The above lines are from-

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11. Whom does Bassanio agree to bring with him to Belmont?

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12. What act does Jessica believe will solve the misery of life with Shylock?

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13. According to Lorenzo's plan, how will Jessica escape from her father's house?

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14. How does Shylock react to losing Launcelot as a servant?

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15. How does Portia react to the prince of Morocco's failure as a suitor?

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16. Who loses the opportunity to marry Portia by choosing the silver casket?

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17. What role does Wellbred play?

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18. Classical tragedy based on

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19. Ben Jonson was born a month after his father's wins her death in-

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20. Why was Jonson's education and progress hampered?

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21. Whom does Everyman in his humour dedicate?

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22. Who was Camden?

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23. In which play of Dryden the following characters occur - Lysimantes, Philocles, Celadon, Candiope, Asteria, Melissa?

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24. Sir Martin Mar-all, or The Feign'd Innocence is an English Restoration comedy, first performed on 15 August 1667and written by-

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25. The Hundred Years' War was bet- ween

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26. Black Death in England broke out during the reign of-

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27. Who said, "Pray: you now, forget and

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28. Cordelia is a character in the play

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29. The line 'Best men are moulded out of faults' occurs in the play-

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30. Mariana is a character in the play-

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31. Which play of John Dryden was based on a translation of L'√Čtourdi by Moli√®re? (1667/1668)

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32. "The world is really a glorious world for women who can see its glory and men who can act its romance!" Who says this?

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33. "I am a Swiss, fighting merely as a professional soldier. I joined Servia because it came first on the road from Switzerland." Who speaks?

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34. "There are only two sorts of soldiers: old ones and young ones." Who speaks?

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35. "The value of a sentiment is the amount of sacrifice you are prepared to make for it." The above line is taken from:

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36. "If you do not think about the future, you cannot have one. The above line is taken from:

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37. "One's eyes are what one is, one's mouth what one becomes." The above line is taken from:

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38. "There's just one rule for politicians all over the world: Don't say in Power what you say in Opposition; if you do, you only have to carry out what the other fellows have found impossible.' The above lines are taken from:

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39. Harold Pinter died from liver cancer on -

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40. Harold Pinter for his early poems used the Pseudonym and at other times used variations such as

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41. How does Yank describe Hell?

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42. What does Yank notice when he spends the night in the battery?

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43. Rani, Appanna, Kurudavva, Kappanna, are characters from -

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44. The line, "Loving snake is better than a tyrant man", appears in...

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45. Which essay of Francis Bacon begins with the line "Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability"?

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46. Who wrote the essay "On Studies" (1753)-

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47. The Journals - The Spectator (in 1711) and The Guardian (in 1713) were founded by-

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48. In 1705, Steele married a widow named-

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49. On which occasion, Steele he met his second wife, Mary Scurlock, whom he nicknamed "Prue" and married in 1707?

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50. Why did the author participate in bidding?

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