CTET English language Mock Test Paper 003

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CTET ENGLISH language Paper 2 mock test 002

20/08/2023 CTET English Question Paper 2 ( Evening Shift Shift )

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Complete the word analogy :
expectedly : unexpectedly :: rejection : ?

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

‘Learning the trade from the bottom up’ means :

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Read the following statements and choose the correct option :
Assertion (A) :
It is quite easy to get a job immediately after graduating from a university.
Reason (R) :
The economic scenario regarding job generation is difficult.

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college.
The underlined phrase means :

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Identify the underlined words (parts of speech) in the following sentence :

A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve.

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

What advice does the writer not give employment seekers in para 3 ?

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

A job seeker who likes challenges should keep his head down. This means he should ______.

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Why is it not easy to predict the needs of society ?

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Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions  that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate option.
A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard to achieve, too competitive and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want ? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, will need other people to give up trying so that he can succeed.
Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. For example, if a person chose to study dentistry because there was a lack of dentists when he was in high school, that may not be the case when he graduates. The needs of employers and the economy can change very quickly, and often unexpectedly.
Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot you can do to achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. There is a lot to be said for learning your trade from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy — that is what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it.

Read the following sentences :
A. Determined people succeed occasionally.
B. Few people believe that getting their dream job is a matter of luck.
C. A majority of the people think that dream jobs are highly competitive.

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The teacher developed the criteria to monitor the use of language materials by learners. Which criteria are most important and helpful in monitoring the use of material ?

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The principal asked the language teacher to select the textbooks and other resources for the new session. While selecting them, which one of the following is not relevant ?

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A teacher of Class VII is facilitating the reading of books other than the prescribed textbooks. She is promoting their :

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To assess whether students have understood how to use the narrative skill, a teacher should ask students to :

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Language skills are best learnt :

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Read the following statements and choose the correct option :
Assertion (A) :
Reading and writing skills help in critical thinking at the primary level.
Reason (R) :
Critical thinking is a sub-skill of reading and writing.

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When students “brainstorm ideas, organise, draft, edit and revise their work,” which skill does this process reflect ?

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In a language classroom, a student is disturbing the class. To handle this disruptive student, the teacher should :

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A teacher divided learners into groups, and asked them to do a quiz about ‘elephants’ before reading a story about them. The objective of the teacher is to :

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A proficiency test always assesses :

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A diagnostic test is used to assess :

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Read the example of what a learner does and choose the strategy that matches the example.
“If I don’t know what something means, I look it up.”

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A child shares her language classroom experiences with her mother and says that sometimes we cover our eyes and the teacher asks us to pick an object out of a bag. Then we have to try to describe it. It’s a really good way to learn.
This comment shows the child’s preference of learning. Identify her preference.

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Read the following statements and choose the correct option :
Assertion (A) :
A child in his early childhood stage uses more verbs than nouns and ignores the grammar rules.
Reason (R) :
They lack vocabulary range.

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A teacher showed a movie with the captions to learners in Class VI. The movie is based on one of the chapters in the textbook. The movie with captions on will encourage :

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