CBSE UGC NET English Paper-3 December 2015 Online Mock Test

Online English Paper-3 Mock Test in CBSE UGC NET Exam Question Papers

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1.   Thomas and Henrietta Bowdler’s edition of The Family Shakespeare gave rise to the word “Bowdlerize”. What does it mean ?
          (1).  the expurgation of indelicate language
          (2).  the modernization of archaic vocabulary
          (3).  the insertion of bawdy songs
          (4).  the expansion of female characters

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2.   First follow __________ and your judgement frame. By her just __________ , which is still the same. Supply the appropriate words to fill in the blanks.
          (1).  wit, law
          (2).  reason, rule
          (3).  nature, standard
          (4).  sense, criterion

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3.   Preparation of vocabulary list for the purpose of English language teaching was carried out by __________.
          (1).  Otto Jespersen
          (2).  Noam Chomsky
          (3).  N.S. Prabhu
          (4).  Michael West

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4.   Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri prefer to use “Empire” rather than imperialism. According to them :
          (1).  There is only one empire and we had better recognize it. Hence the Empire with E upper case.
          (2).  There may be many empires but only one is patently visible and operational. That is denoted by Empire with E upper case.
          (3).  The present day empire does not have an identifiable location or centre. Hence we ought to differentiate this view of Empire with E upper case.
          (4).  The culturally dominant global empire is the only one that really matters. We signify that Empire with E upper case.

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5.   Who among the following critics discerned in the Shelleyan Lyric the signs “of adolescence” ?
          (1).  F.R. Leavis
          (2).  T.S. Eliot
          (3).  Cleanth Brooks
          (4).  I.A. Richards

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6.   Two among the following critical journals became strongly associated with New Criticism.

(a) Partisan Review (b) Southern Review
(c) Kenyon Review (d) Hudson Review
The right combination according to the code is :

          (1).  (a) and (b)
          (2).  (a) and (d)
          (3).  (b) and (c)
          (4).  (c) and (d)

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7.   Match the columns :

(a) Robert Burton (i) Urn Burial
(b) Richard Hooker (ii) The Unfortunate Traveller
(c) Thomas Browne (iii) The Anatomy of Melancholy
(d) Thomas Nashe (iv) Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Politie
(a) (b) (c) (d)
          (1).  (iii) (i) (ii) (iv)
          (2).  (iv) (ii) (i) (iii)
          (3).  (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
          (4).  (i) (iii) (iv) (ii)

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8.   Which of the following characters in The White Devil describes the glory of great men as : “Glories, like glow worms a far off shine bright / But looked to near have neither heat nor light”.

          (1).  Vittoria
          (2).  Lodovico
          (3).  Flamineo
          (4).  Cornelia

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9.   In which of Philip Larkin’s poem does he refer to “long uneven lines” of men waiting to be enlisted for the war ?

(“Never such innocence again” concludes the poem)

          (1).  “Mr. Bleaney”
          (2).  “Mc MXIV”
          (3).  “Ambulances”
          (4).  “Sad Steps”

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10.   In Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis, Gregor Samsa one morning found himself changed in his bed to a monstrous kind of vermin. The most difficult thing for Samsa was :
          (1).  to look at his image in the mirror

          (2).  to remember what happened the day before
          (3).  to communicate with anyone
          (4).  to brush his teeth

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