CTET ENGLISH language Paper 2 mock test 002

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CTET ENGLISH language Mock test Paper 2 : 002 00

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A map in tha language class can be used to :

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Which statement do you agree with ?

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Cloze tests are very useful to measure :

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Rhymes are excellent tools to teach phonemic awareness :

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ICT in the language classroom can help :

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Which of the following is NOT true about using drama in the class ?

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Knowledge of idioms , Proverbs , Phrasal verbs cannot help students develop their :

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Sudha wants to teach her students the skill of scanning. Which activity would be most suited ?

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What does sight word NOT help students in ?

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Language games with homonyms, homophones, heteronyms etc help develop :

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Which is Not a feature of the audio lingual Method ?

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What of the following is a characteristic of communicational teaching ?

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Which of the following is NOT a feature of the Grammar Translation Method ?

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Sudha teaches in Grade 7. Her syllabus focuses on getting her student to use the language to express themselves. Her syllabus activities on sentences focuses on creating dialogues for informing, agreeing , apologizing, requesting, promising etc... Sudha is following a :

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Rama is teaching her class Parts of the speech. She first explains different parts in a sentence and then she teaches them different words combine to form a whole sentence. Which principle is Rama using ?

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

The rhyme scheme in lines 9 -12 is :

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

The poem is a ________ poem

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

The figure of speech used in 'dark and deep ' is : 

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

'Woods 'here stand for : 

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

The theme of the poem is : 

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Read the following poem and answer the question that follow : 

Whose woods are these I think I know

His house is in the village though

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow

My little horse must think queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and the frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake

The only other sound is the sweep

Of easy wood and downy flake.

The poet stand for a long time because : 

 

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

The word 'humane' in the last paragraph is used as a/an :

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

The phrase 'can burn a hole in our pocket' means. :

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

Contaminated means the same as:

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

Read the following statements : 

(A) Hens lay ' organic eggs ' when they can move around wherever they want without any restriction.

(B) In India , only health conscious people eat organic food.

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. I'm these trying , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic foodis more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such luckiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

The above study will not be appreciated by : 

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

According to a Stanford university study , organic food is ________  as compared to conventional food .

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

We can save some hard cash by :

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

Music channel are installed in cowsheds so that :

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Read the following passage and answer the question that follow. :

  1. In these trying times  , when buying ordinary foodstuff can burn a hole in our pockets , comes the news that can actually help us save money. According to a Stanford University study, there is no evidence to suggest that there are more nutritional benefits from expensive organic food than those grown by conventional methods.
  2. The researchers claimed that there is no difference in protien and  fat content between organic and conventional milk and the vitamin count is also same in both the types of milk. Though organic foods are not contaminated with pesticides , yet they are not 100% pesticides free either.
  3. The study is not good news for people who are big in organic food. In India , eating organic food is more of a style statement than due to health worries. People , who can , do indulge in organic eggs laid by 'happy hens ' who are allowed to roam around freely in a carefully controlled environment, unlike unhappy Ben's who are kept in coops. Then some companies have more nutritional value.
  4. Why such pickiness about food ? These days , the huge number of TV shows and articles provide bread and butter for food specialists. But instead of decoding food , it's source and what has gone into growing it, isn't it much better to enjoy what's on the plate? Although organic food production began as a superior alternative farming method outside the mainstream, it eventually became clear that the regulations surrounding organic food do not address more complex social concerns about family farms , farm worker wages , or farm size and at some places do little to address animals is fast receding into the background.

One benefit of organic food is that : 

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