CBSE UGC NET English Paper-3 June 2015 Mock Test

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

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1.   When Luigi Pirandello’s Six Characters in Search of an Author opens the audience find the producer attempting to stage a play. What is the title of this play ?
          (1).  “Rites of Performance”
          (2).  “Rules of the Game”
          (3).  “Tonight We Stage a Play”
          (4).  “Modes of Acting”

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2.   Which Canterbury pilgrim carries a brooch inscribed with the Latin words meaning “Love Conquers All” ?
          (1).  The Prioress
          (2).  The Monk
          (3).  The Wife of Bath
          (4).  The Squire

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3.   In his Introduction to The Oxford Book of Twentieth-Century English Verse (1973), Philip Larkin underlines the importance of a native tradition with __________ seen as the major poet of the Modern Period.
          (1).  William Butler Yeats
          (2).  T.S. Eliot
          (3).  Thomas Hardy
          (4).  D.H. Lawrence

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4.   Philip Sidney defended poetry against such descriptions of it as “the mother of lies” and “the nurse of abuse.” His main argument here is __________ .
          (1).  The poet is no conjuror or illusionist and represents a world.
          (2).  The poet cannot lie because he is not claiming to tell us the truth.
          (3).  The poet cannot speak the truth because he is not representing the real world.
          (4).  The poet is a philosopher for whom truth is a lie, and lie truth, in an imaginary world.

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5.   Chapter III of Oliver Twist opens with a narratorial remark about Oliver being punished for “the commission of the impious and profane offence of asking for more.” What did Oliver ask for more ?
          (1).  More time to play
          (2).  More food to eat
          (3).  More books to read
          (4).  More money to spend

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6.   Edmund Spenser’s Epithalamion is a carefully structured poem carrying __________

corresponding to the __________ .

          (1).  twelve stanzas; months of the year
          (2).  three hundred and sixty five lines; days of the year
          (3).  fourteen stanzas; two week-long bridal ceremonies
          (4).  eleven stanzas; eleventh month, November

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7.   Choose the right chronological sequence below :
          (1).  Victorian Period – Jacobean Period – Tudor Period – Restoration Period
          (2).  Edwardian Period – Tudor Period – Jacobean Period – Victorian Period
          (3).  Tudor Period – Jacobean Period – Restoration Period – Edwardian Period
          (4).  Jacobean Period – Tudor Period – Restoration Period – Edwardian Period

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8.   “That woman’s days were spent

In ignorant good – will,
Her nights in argument
Until her voice grew shrill” (W. B. Yeats : “Easter 1916”)
Who is the poet referring to ?

          (1).  Maud Gonne
          (2).  Lady Augusta Gregory
          (3).  Kathleen Pilcher
          (4).  Constance Gore – Booth Markievicz

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9.   Which of the following was replaced by Communicative Language Teaching ?
          (1).  Motivational Approach
          (2).  Situational Language Teaching
          (3).  Natural Language Processing
          (4).  Structural Approach

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10.   To whom does Francis Bacon offer the following piece of advice ?

“Let him sequester himself from the Company of his Countrymen, and diet in such Places,

where there is good company of the Nation… Let him upon his Removes, … procure Recommendation, to some person of Quality, residing in the Place, whither he removeth…”

          (1).  The Beaux
          (2).  The Peddler
          (3).  The Traveller
          (4).  The Stationer

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