1.Teaching and learning is a journey from

a. Simple to complex

b. Known to unknown

c. Concrete to abstract

d. All of these

2.The method of teaching English adopted at present in school curriculum is _________.

a. Function Corrective Approach

b. Figurative Comprehensive Approach

c. Functional Communicative Approach

d. Formative Correlational Approach

3.Communicative Language Teaching replaced basically …

a. Motivational Teaching

b. Structural Teaching

c. Natural Language Processing

d. Situational Language Teaching

4.Direct Method is also known as

a. Natural Method

b. Indirect Approach

c. Inductive Approach

d. All the above

5.Grammar-Translation Method stresses on

a. Listening skill

b. Accuracy

c. Fluency

d. Appropriateness

6.Grammar-Translation Method is basically used to teach

a. Grammar

b. Foreign language

c. Rules of any language usage

d. Classical language

7.The objective of Direct Method is

a. To increase power of comprehension

b. To increase communicative power

c. To develop personality

d. To develop a command over the target language

8.Grammar-Translation Method does not

a. Give importance to grammar

b. Enable the student too use the language fluently

c. Enhance a student’s communicative skill

d. Encourage learning through mother tongue

9.Traditional method goes against the

a. Simulation

b. Generalization

c. Pedagogic principles

d. Prescriptive grammar

10.Journey from example to generalization is

a. Inductive

b. Deductive

c. incidental

d. All the above

11.Inductive method proceeds from

a. Simple to complex

b. Heavy materials to light ones

c. Known to well-known

d. All the above

12.Deductive method proceeds from

a. Generalization to specification

b. Examples and illustrations

c. Law and rule to observation

d. Observation

13.One of the principles of materials preparation for language learning is that

a. Complex material should be chosen

b. Any kind of material can be chosen

c. A small amount of material should be introduced

d. Grading of materials should be done

14.Correct pronunciation of individual sound is related to

a. Neither accuracy nor fluency

b. Accuracy

c. Fluency

d. Both accuracy and fluency

15.Language accusation occurs only when

a. The child is taught the rules of grammar

b. The child is given a reward

c. The child absorbs the language without conscious attention

d. The child has exposure to the language

16.When a child is asked to recite a poem, it can help the teacher to test

a. Knowledge of literature

b. Proficiency of speaking

c. Acting talent

d. Comprehension

17.The structure ‘he goes to school’ is often produced by learners due to

a. Failure of intelligence

b. Mother tongue interference

c. Wrong teaching

d. Overgeneralization of rules

18.For teaching grammar, the best grammar that a teacher can use is

a. No grammar is needed

b. Pedagogic grammar

c. Traditional grammar

d. Modern grammar

19.A test of listening comprehension is a test of

a. Phonology

b. Receptive skill

c. Productive skill

d. Hearing skill

20.‘Brain storming’ means

a. To do some mental exercise

b. To make efforts to understand something

c. To give some kind of stimulus to the brain

d. To collect all kinds of ideas on a topic

21.‘Intensive’ listening is

a. Listening for finding out speaker’s attitude

b. depth understanding

c. hearing words

d. Listening for word stress and emphasis

22.Mother tongue influence can be effectively minimized in the classroom by

a. Giving examples from the mother tongue

b. Giving a lot of exposure in the target language

c. Giving inputs from the target language in a simple, graded manner

d. Using the mother tongue more often

23.Practice of grammatical structures in a controlled manner can be done by

a. Writing paragraphs and essays

b. Explaining the use of particular structures

c. Gap-filling grammar exercises

d. Correcting wrong sentences produced by learners

24.A test which is administered at the end of a language course is

a. Memory test

b. Diagnostic test

c. Placement test

d. Achievement test

25.Teaching and learning is a journey from ____________.

a. All of the above

b. simple to complex

c. Known to unknown

d. concrete to complex

26.FCA is an opposition to __________.

a. Grammar method

b. functional approach

c. Structural method

d. comprehensive method

27.Communication language Teaching replaced basically __________.

a. Structural Teaching

b. Natural Language Processing

c. Indirect Approach

d. All the above

28.Grammar-Translation Method does not enhance

a. communicative skill

b. grammar

c. Mother tongue

d. comprehension

29.Traditional method goes against the ___________.

a. simulation

b. generalization

c. prescritive grammar

d. Pedagogic principles

30.The objective of Direct Method is to develop a command over ________.

a. target language

b. comprehension

c. personality

d. communicative power

31.Correct pronunciation of individual sound is related to ______________.

a. accuracy

b. fluency

c. neither accuracy nor fluency

d. both accuracy and fluency

32.Brain storming’ means

a. To do mental exercise

b. To give stimulus to the brain

c. To make efforts to understand

d. To collect  ideas on a top

33.‘Interactive’ listening is

a. listening finding out attitude

b. Listening and responding

c. Listening for mood and tone

d. Listening for word stress

34.Study of meaning in a language is known as

a. Linguistics

b. Syntax

c. Semantics

d. Morphology

35.A test which is administered at the end of a language course is__________ test.

a. Memory

b. Diagnostic

c. placement

d. Achievement

36.Organization of arguments and ideas in paragraphs is an important aspect of _______ writing.

a. personal letters

b. essays

c. memos

d. stories

37.A test of listening comprehension is a test of _______ skill.

a. phonological

b. hearing

c. receptive

d. productive

38.Which word should be preceded by ‘an’?

a. hour

b. university

c. hotel

d. union

39.”Give me an ‘A’ now!” This is an example of _______ sentence.

a. declarative

b. interrogative

c. affirmative

d. imperative

40.Critical reading is an active way of reading.





41.critical reading skills involves __________.

a. interpreting

b. evaluating

c. understanding

d. analysing

42.SQ3R stands for:

a. study, question, read, recite, review

b. study, query, read, recite, review

c. study, question, read, rewrite, review


43.Government run by single person is called __________.

a. none

b. autocracy

c. communism

d. democracy

44.A thing perceptible by touch ____________.

a. impalable

b. embodied

c. tangible

d. intangible

45.A person with good judgement , careful and practical behavior is ________.

a. profligate

b. extravagant

c. prudent

d. frugal

46.Formal expression of disapproval _____________.

a. reprimand

b. censure

c. chastise

d. commendation

47.One who studies/knows foreign languages _________.

a. Linguist

b. polyglot

c. multilingual

d. bilingual

48.someone having more than usual skills in any field.

a. average

b. normal

c. abnormal

d. Exceptional

49.Meaning of the word ‘frugal’.

a. prodigal

b. extravagant

c. thrifty

d. miser

50.Auspicious means;

a. sinister

b. generous

c. favourable

d. unfavourable

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