# CTET-Quiz-2 (English Language) (Class 1-5) (Language-2)

English Language

QUIZ-2

(Class 1-5)
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# English Language (Language - 2)

Directions: ( Qs. No. 1-7) Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the correct most appropriate options :-- Your body is made up of 60% water and you lost the essential fluid every minute of every day as you breathe, digest and hopeful work up a sweat. It is important that you put back every drop. Starting now, drink eight 230 ml glasses of water every single day- that’s the minimum, your body needs daily. That is the non-negotiable sugar savvy hydration Mantra. Many times when you think you are hungry, sleepy, depressed and/ or irritated, you are actually just dehydrated. Drinking enough water helps you to combat water retention. Sounds counterintuitive, but think about it. If you are running around in a semi dehydrated state all the time your body is going to hang on to every single drop, giving you that puffy, unhealthy appearance. When you are properly hydrating, your body gets the message that all systems are operating smoothly and it continues its work of flushing out your system and ridding of the excess fluids. If your goal is to lose weight water is must, when you are dehydrated, your body sends out signals that you need assistance. Many people mistake those thirsty SOS signals for hunger and take in hundreds of extra calories. They also don’t solve the real problem-thirst! Drinking water can be powerful appetite suppressant and allows you to cue into your real hunger. Your body also needs plenty of water for proper digestion, so you can get the most from the foods you eat. You are less susceptible to food cravings when your stomach is full and you are getting all the nutrients you need. Drinking two glasses of water before every meal-you will eat less! your body uses water for fat.

(1.) ..............helps fight water retention.
1. having a balanced diet
Incorrect.
2. drinking enough water
Correct!
3. exercising regularly
Incorrect.
4. a regular morning walk
Incorrect.

(2.) Our systems operate satisfactorily
1. if excess fat is reduced
Incorrect.
2. when we enjoy a sound sleep
Incorrect.
3. when we are properly hydrated
Correct!
4. if we consume lots of fruits and vegetables
Incorrect.

(3.)The best way to lose weight is to to
1. eat less starchy food
Incorrect.
2. take weight-reducing pills
Incorrect.
3. exercising at least twice a day
Incorrect.
4. drink plenty of water
Correct!

(4.) When we are dehydrated we think
1. we are about to collapse
Incorrect.
2. want to vomit
Incorrect.
3. are tired
Incorrect.
4. need food
Correct!

(5.) The word ‘irritated’ most nearly means
1. annoyed
Correct!
2. troubled
Incorrect.
3. uneasy
Incorrect.
4. frustrated
Incorrect.

(6.) The word which is opposite in meaning to ‘assistance’ is
1. fragrance
Incorrect.
2. resistance
Correct!
3. persistence
Incorrect.
4. existence
Incorrect.

(7.) “Your body uses water for fat.” the ‘voice’ in the above sentence has been correctly changed in
1. water was used for fat by your body
Incorrect.
2. water could be used for fat by our body
Incorrect.
3. water is being used by our body for fat
Incorrect.
4. water is used for fat by your body
Correct!

(8.) Which one of the following is not true in relation to the use of children literature ?
1. it makes them understand and respect diverse cultures
Incorrect.
2. their reading proficiency deteriorates and gets worse
Correct!
3. it helps in developing learners imagination
Incorrect.
4. it broadens their mental Horizon
Incorrect.

(9.) The communicative approach to teach English focuses on
1. the structural accuracy of the sentences
Correct!
2. correct pronunciation of words
Incorrect.
3. linguistic competence plus ability to use the language appropriately
Incorrect.
4. the practice of selected and graded structure patterns
Incorrect.

(10.) Which of the following is most important in developing skill at primary level ?
1. ability to read phrases correctly
Incorrect.
Correct!
3. only knowing the correct order of alphabet
Incorrect.
4. ability to read words correctly
Incorrect.

(11.) Diphthongs are
1. consonant sounds
Incorrect.
2. double consonant sounds
Incorrect.
3. vowel sounds
Incorrect.
4. double vowel sounds
Correct!

(12.) Which of the following is the highest level of cognitive ability ?
1. knowing
Incorrect.
2. understanding
Incorrect.
3. evaluating
Correct!
4. analysing
Incorrect.

(13.) Why is story telling most important in an English language class at primary level ?
1. it is useful for developing integrated language skills
Correct!
2. it develops more values among the students
Incorrect.
3. it improve students vocabulary
Incorrect.
4. it creates fun in the class
Incorrect.

(14.) A Good teacher is one who
1. gives them ample opportunities to learn
Correct!
2. give them Useful information
Incorrect.
3. explains concepts and principles
Incorrect.
4. gives printed notes to the students
Incorrect.

(15.) A person who is fluent speaker, is likely to possess
1. Logico-mathematically ability
Incorrect.
2. Bodily-kinesthetic ability
Incorrect.
3. musical ability
Incorrect.
4. verbal-linguistic ability
Correct!

Directions: ( Qs. No. 16-21) Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the correct most appropriate options :-- Your attitudes are the perspectives from which you view life. Some people seem to have a good attitude towards most things. Some people seem to have a bad attitude towards everything. But when you look closer, you will find the most of us have a combination of attitude, some good, some not so good. Whatever attitude we have towards anything will affect how we feel about it, which is turn determines whether or not we will do well. So our right attitudes play a very important part in helping us become successful. In fact as we can see a good attitude is essential for achievement of any kind. We so often hear of someone who is is said to have a bad attitude. The term is often applied to young people, especially to teenagers who frequently get into trouble, but we often hear about adults, too. The implication is always that the individual in question is not going to make if he doesn’t change his attitude. I would agree, without a good attitude it is not possible to see the opportunities ahead and set one’s side to reach them. But even more important is the fact that in order to possess the kind of feeling which work for us we have got to have the right attitude to start with. But where do we get our attitudes from ? are we born with them or do they just appear out of nowhere? Our attitudes are no accident. They don’t just happen. Our attitude created and influenced entirely by our beliefs.

(16.) Which one of the following statement is correct ?
1. our attitudes are influenced by our parents only
Incorrect.
2. our attitudes are created and of controlled by our beliefs
Correct!
3. our attitude are the result of own personal experience
Incorrect.
4. we are born with our attitudes
Incorrect.

(17.) The word ‘determine’ most nearly means
1. influence
Incorrect.
2. overcome
Incorrect.
3. engage
Incorrect.
4. govern
Correct!

(18.) Which part of the speech is underlined word in the sentence given below ? ‘Some people seem to have a good attitude towards most things.’
1. preposition
Correct!
Incorrect.
3. conjunction
Incorrect.
Incorrect.

(19.) A/an ................. attitude is absolutely necessary for attainment of any kind
1. cheerful
Incorrect.
2. optimistic
Incorrect.
3. good
Correct!
4. virtuous
Incorrect.

(20.) The term ‘bad attitude’ is used for young people because they
1. behave irresponsibly
Incorrect.
2. often gets into difficulty
Correct!
3. are unpredictable
Incorrect.
4. define all kinds of authority
Incorrect.

(21.) Right attitudes are absolutely essential to
1. win the Goodwill of our peers and superiors
Incorrect.
2. have harmonious relations with others
Incorrect.
3. promote our mental well-being
Incorrect.
4. succeed in life
Correct!

1. progressive
Incorrect.
2. deliberate
Incorrect.
3. constructive
Correct!
4. imaginative
Incorrect.

(23.) While teaching children to read ,at which point should the teacher focus on comprehension ?
1. when children reach class 2
Incorrect.
2. after children have learned how to decode
Incorrect.
3. right from the beginning
Correct!
4. when children have mastered Phonics
Incorrect.

(24.) Children’s oral language development forms an important foundation for learning literacy. Which of the following classroom practices enables oral language development ?
1. memorizing and reciting poems individually or in a chorus
Incorrect.
2. chorus reading of a story in the textbook along with the teacher
Incorrect.
3. practicing the correct pronunciation of words in a chorus
Incorrect.
4. participating in role plays on favourite stories
Correct!

(25.) Scribbling is a stage of
1. speaking
Incorrect.
2. listening
Incorrect.
3. writing
Correct!
Incorrect.

(26.) A primary teacher should introduce reading through
1. stories
Incorrect.
2. picture books
Correct!
3. alphabet books only
Incorrect.
4. phonic teaching
Incorrect.

(27.) Which one of the following is not a language component ?
1. structure
Incorrect.
2. sound
Incorrect.
3. script
Correct!
4. vocabulary
Incorrect.

(28.) In order to improve the learners pronunciation a teacher first needs to
1. use recorded model of sounds
Correct!
2. do pronunciation drills
Incorrect.
3. show the documentary/films of the target language
Incorrect.
Incorrect.

1. reading for enrichment of vocabulary
Incorrect.
Incorrect.
3. reading for developing literary sensitivity
Incorrect.
4. reading the text in parts for details
Correct!

(30.) Decoding stands for
1. deciphering the sounds in words and sentences
Correct!
2. passing on a message to others
Incorrect.
3. only recognising the difference between sounds
Incorrect.
4. failure to understand the given text
Incorrect.

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