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Uttarakhand B.Ed. Entrance Exam, 8-11-2020 Solved Paper

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Directions - (Q. 1 to 4) Each of the following sentences has been split into four parts and the parts have been given in a jumbled form. Choose the best order from the given alternatives which produces the original sentence -

ℚ.1 science has emerged(1) / every great advances in (2) / from a new (3) / audacity of imagination (4) 1, 2, 3, 4 2, 1, 3, 4 ✓ 3, 4, 2, 1 4, 3, 1, 2

ℚ.2 experience (1) / is the systematic (2) / science (3) / classification of (4) 1, 2, 3, 4 4, 1, 2, 3 2, 3, 4, 1 3, 2, 4, 1 ✓

ℚ.3 the only creature (1) / man is (2) / endowed with the power of (3) / laughter (4)
2, 1, 3, 4 ✓ 4, 3, 2, 1 1, 3, 2, 4 2, 4, 3, 1

ℚ.4 this new method (1) / evolved (2) / it was out of (3) / his truthful way of living that (4)
1, 4, 3, 2 2, 1, 3, 4 3, 4, 1, 2 ✓ 3, 1, 4, 2

Directions - (Q. 5 to 8) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions by choosing the correct alternative -

Passage

Unquestionably, a literary life is for the most part an unhappy life, because, if you have genius; and if you have only talent, there are so many cares and worries incidental to the circumstances of men of letters, as to make life exceedingly miserable.
Besides the pangs of composition and the continuous disappointment which a true artist feels at his inability to reveal himself, there is the ever - recurring difficulty of gaining the public ear. Young writers are Buoyed up by the hope and belief that they have only to throw that poem at the world's feet to get back in return the laurel-crown, that they have only to push that novel into print to be acknowledged at once as a new light in literature. You can never convince a young author that the editors of magazines and the publishers of books are a practical body of men, who are by no means frantically anxious about placing the best literature before the public. Nay, that for the most part they are mere brokers, who conduct their business on the hardest lines of profit and loss account. But supposing your book fairly launches, its perils are only beginning . You have to run the gauntlet of the critics. To a young author, again, this seems to be as terrible an Ordeal as passing down the files of Sioux or Comanche Indians, each one of whom is thirsting for your scalp. When you are a little older, You will find that criticism is not much more serious than the bye-play of clowns in a circus, when they beat around the ring, the victim with bladders slung at the end of long poles. A time comes in the life of every author when he regards critics as comical rather than formidable, and goes his way unheeding. But there are sensitive souls that yield under the chastisement and, perhaps, after suffering much silent torture, abandon the profession of the pen for ever. Keats, perhaps, is the saddest example of a fine spirit hounded to death. But no doubt there are hundreds who suffer keenly from hostile and unscrupulous criticism, and who have to bear that suffering in silence, because it is a cardinal principle in literature that the most unwise thing in the world for an author is to take public notice of criticism in the way of defending himself. Silence is the only safeguard, as it is the only dignified protest against insult and offence.

ℚ.5 Why is the literary life mostly an unhappy one ? because it is mostly a lonely life because a genius suffers the penalty of genius, and a talented person has so many cares and worries. ✓ because it does not pay much materialistically because it is difficult to get a reading public.

ℚ.6 What are the ambitions of a young author ? to be acknowledged as a new light in literature ✓ to be able to reveal himself to gain a public ear to get his compositions published

ℚ.7 Are editors and publishers sympathetic to young authors ? they are they are not they are anaxious about placing only the best literature before the public they are mere brokers who conduct their business on the hardest lines of a profit and loss account ✓

ℚ.8 What happens to the sensitive authors when they are attacked by critics ? they remain indifferent they commit suicide they abandon the writing profession ✓ None of the above

Directions - (Q. 9 to 11) Given below are a few commonly used foreign language phrases. Select the option, expressing the correct meaning -

ℚ.9 bon voyage An expression of good wishes when someone sets on a journey ✓ An expression of sadness when someone leaves you An expression of grief at the loss of something An expression of greeting when seeing after a long time

ℚ.10 en masse To grab something forcefully In a group ✓ Take away A nice trip

ℚ.11 prima donna A temperamental and conceited person ✓ An anxious person A beautiful girl An unacceptable person

Directions - (Q. 12 to 16) Each of the following sentence has been divided into four parts A, B, C, D. One of them has an error. Choose the one with the error -

ℚ.12 As soon as I arrived he suggested that John and I should go ahead get the tickets for the journey ✓ No error

ℚ.13 Perhaps because the climate does not suit her she has been quite seriously ill since the day she has arrived ✓ No error

ℚ.14 She nursed her mother for many months sitting with her head in her lap and pressing it all around the nights ✓ No error

ℚ.15 One who do not value ✓ savings is more helpless than even the poorest of the poor

ℚ.16 The city people stayed fearlessly despite of ✓ rumours of earthquake in the area

Directions - (Q. 17 and 18) Fill in the blanks using given words to make the sentence meaning full -

ℚ.17 The shepherd was looking after the ...... of sheep. Crew Gang Fleet Herd ✓

ℚ.18 As she proved inefficient, the company ..... her. expelled ✓ rejected ejected banished

Directions - (Q. 19 and 20) Fill in the blanks with correct conjunction -

ℚ.19 She is not only beautiful ....... polite and or but also ✓ vet

ℚ.20 My brother loves animals. He just bought a puppy ....... a kitten home with him. but yet and ✓ or

Directions - (Q. 21 to 23) Choose the correct word that closely fits the given description -

ℚ.21 Incapable of being seen through Brittle Opaque ✓ Ductile Transparent

ℚ.22 Fear of confined places - Claustrophobia ✓ Packophobia Altophobia Acrophobia

ℚ.23 One who is habitually kind to others - Alumnus Altruist ✓ Agnostic Acrobate

Directions - (Q. 24 and 27) In the following groups of words, only one is spelt correctly. Choose the correct one out of the four alternatives -

ℚ.24 Sovineir Souvenir ✓ Sawviner Souviner

ℚ.25 Pandamic Pendamic Pandemic ✓ Pandemec

ℚ.26 Diaarhoea Diarrheoa Diaraheoa Diarrhoea ✓

ℚ.27 Concensus Consensus ✓ Consencus Consenssus

Directions - (Q. 28 and 31) Select the word most similar in meaning to the given word -

ℚ.28 QUARANTINE Association Seclusion ✓ Inclusion Integration

ℚ.29 INSOLENT Assertive Nervous Proud Rude ✓

ℚ.30 TACIT Evident Apparent Implicit ✓ Stated

ℚ.31 LANGUID Kinetic Alert Inert ✓ Animated

Directions - (Q. 32 and 35) Choose the correct meaning of idioms out of the four alternatives -

ℚ.32 To flog a dead horse To act in a foolish way To waste one's efforts ✓ To revive old memory To recall old failures

ℚ.33 To let the cat out of the bag - To share the information To spread the rumours To reveal the secret incidentally ✓ To release the cat from the bag

ℚ.34 To take leaf out of one's book - To open one's secret To imitate someone ✓ To understand hidden meaning To borrow other's book

ℚ.35 To play ducks and drakes - To play like children To play with friends To act foolishly ✓ To act boldly

Directions - (Q. 36 and 38) Select the most suitable preposition out of the four alternatives -

ℚ.36 He is blind ....... one eye. of in ✓ to with

ℚ.37 The thief jumped ........ the compound wall. over ✓ along above across

ℚ.38 Rita cried ......... spilt milk. on for over ✓ upon

Directions - (Q. 39 to 42) In each of the following questions, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice -

ℚ.39 Mona was writing a letter to her father. A letter was written to her father by Mona. A letter has been written to her father by Mona. A letter was being written by Mona to her father. ✓ A letter was written by Mona her to father.

ℚ.40 Why do you waste time ? Why is time wasted by you ? ✓ Why is time been wasted by you ? Why has time been wasted by you ? Why is time being wasted by you ?

ℚ.41 I Know him. He is known by me. He was known by me. He has been known by me. He is known to me. ✓

ℚ.42 Please help me. You are request to help me. You are being requested to help me. You are requested to help me. ✓ You have been requested to help me.

Directions - (Q. 43 to 46) In each of the following questions, a sentence has been given in direct/indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in indirect/ direct speech -

ℚ.43 He said to her, "Are you coming to the party ? " He asked her whether she was not coming to the party. He told her if she was coming to the party. He asked her if she was coming to the party. ✓ He asked her if she will be coming to the party.

ℚ.44 The sage said, "God helps those who help themselves." The sage said that god helps those who help themselves. ✓ The sage said that god helped those whose helped themselves. The sage said that god helps those who helped themselves. The sage said that god helped those who help themselves

ℚ.45 He said, "I clean my teeth twice a day." He said that he cleaned his teeth twice a day. He said that he cleans his teeth twice a day. ✓ He said that he shall get used to clean his teeth twice a day. He said that he is used to cleaning his teeth twice a day.

ℚ.46 He said to her, "May you succeed !" He told her that she might succeed. He prayed to god that she may succeed. He wished her success. ✓ He said to her that she might succeed.

Directions - (Q. 47 to 50) Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with the most appropriate set of words -

ℚ.47 He gave me an additional ...... of Rs.200 a month by ....... of the commissioner. allowance, permission ✓ pay, allowance salary, refusal payment, agreement

ℚ.48 Due to ........ rainfall this year, they had to ........ cut in water supply. heavy, regulate regular, clamp sufficient, enforce inadequate, impose ✓

ℚ.49 Weather ........ I shall ........ the office. favourable, visit allowing, reach permitting, attend ✓ granting, manage

ℚ.50 The factory workers ....... threatened to launch an indefinite strike from next month to ........ their demands. did, get nearly, satisfy were, meet have, press ✓

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