Thursday, February 6, 2014

WB TET 2014 English, Bengali Sample Questions & Answers, previous year Question Set

Here You can check WB TET 2014 English, Bengali Sample Questions & Answers, previous year Question Set Available Online for Download. Are you looking for the sample Questions & answers for English Paper & Bengali Language Papers for Teachers Eligibility Test 2014? Are you one of the candidates who applied for West Bengal Primary, Post Graduate Teachers Eligibility Test to be held on 9th March 2014? West Bengal TET 2014 Sample Questions for Bengali, English Subject with Answers Available below.

WB TET 2014 English Paper I & II had 2 sections.

Section A: Passage Reading & Answers Comprehension
Section B: English Objective Type Questions & Answers

WB TET 2014 English Paper will be held for total of 30 Questions for the duration of 30 marks.

Section A
Read the following passage and answer the following questions:
Science affects the average man and woman in two ways. He or she benefits by its applications, driving in a motor car or omnibus instead of a horse-drawn cart; being treated for disease by a doctor or a surgeon rather than by a witch; and being killed with an automatic pistol or a shell in place of a dagger or a battle-axe. It also affects his or her opinion. Almost everyone believes that the earth is round, and the heavens nearly empty, instead of solid. We are beginning to believe in our animal ancestry and the possibility of vast improvements in human nature by biological methods.
1. The author of the passage
a) disapproves scientific achievements
b) appreceiates scientific achievements (Ans)
c) is indifferent to scientific achievement
d) is pained by scientific achievement

2. The word 'ancestry' means
b) family
c) line of forefathers (Ans)
d) aristocracy 1. The author of the passage
a) disapproves scientific achievements
b) appreciates scientific achievements
c) is indifferent to scientific achievement
d) is pained by scientific achievement
3. Science affects human beings in
a) its application only
b) building up opinions
c) both in its application and also in framing opinions (Ans)
d) none of these 4. Science teaches that
a) Man has a divine origin
b) man has come through evolution (Ans)
c) man has come from the witches
d) man is born of nature
5. Modern man enjoys
a) both the benefits and ill effects of science (Ans)
b) the benefits of science
c) the adverse applications of science
d) the invention of science 6. The varb form of 'improvement' is
a) prove
b) approve
c) improve
d) disprove
7. The adverb form of 'automatic' is
a) automatically (Ans)
b) automaticly
c) automical
d) automotion Read the following poem and answer the questions that follow:
The Joyous Malingerer

Who is the happy husband? why, indeed,
'Tis he who's useless in the time of need;
Who, asked to unclasp a bracelet or a neck-less,
Or when a zipper nips his loved one's back
Cannot restore the zipper to its track.
Another time not wishing to be flayed,
She will not use him as a Lady's maid.

Stove-wise he's the perpetual backward learner
Who can't turn on or off the proper burner.
If faced with washing up he never grips,
But simply drops more dishes than he wipes.
She finds his absence preferable to his aid,
And thus all mealtime chores does he evade

He can, attempting to replace a fuse,
Black out the coast from Boston to Newport News,
Or, hanging pictures, be the rookie wizard
Who fills the parlor with a plaster blizzard.

He'll not again be called to competition
With decorator or with electrician.
At last it dawns upon his patient spouse
He's better at his desk than round the house.
8. "Black out the court from Boston to Newport News" is an example of
a) hyperbole (Ans)
b) alliteration
c) metaphor
d) climax
9. Which word suggest that the husband only pretends to be useless at performing chores
a) evades(ans)
b) grips
c) rookie
d) contrives
10. The husband is good at
a) mending fuses
b) hanging pictures
c) washing dishes (Ans)
d) breaking dishes
11. The general tone of the poem can be described as
a) satirical and harsh
b) comical and humorous (Ans)
c) whimsical and humorous
d) sad and tragic
12. The husband is a backward learner in
a) tuning on the burner
b) turning off the burner
c) both (a) and (b) (Ans)
d) none of these
13. The word 'Chores' means
a) chorus
b) chord
c) routine household works (Ans)
d) hard work
14. The word 'malinger' means
a) lazy
b) clumsy
c) a person who does not like to help
d) a person who shams illness in order to avoid responsibility (Ans)
15. "........ be the rookie wizard/who fills the parlour with a plaster blizzard."- the line means
a) The husband is a magician
b) There is a blizzard outside
c) The parlour is ful of plaster (Ans)
d) The parlour is being plastered

Section B
Answer the following questions by selecting one option: (OMR-sheet) 
16. The best methodology of teaching grammar is
a) direct method
b) indirect method
c) both (a) and (b) (Ans)
d) practical exercise
17. Communicative language teaching is concerned with
a) enhancing the writing skills
b) improving receptive and productive skills (Ans)
c) encouraging group discussions
d) improving vocabulary
18. The curriculum should be
a) connect knowledge to life outside the school (Ans)
b) provide overall development of children
c) do away with assessment and evaluation
d) address social needs
19. The disadvantage of a performance test is that
a) it is useful for older children
b) it is useful for those with language handicap
c) it fails to test concept formation (Ans)
d) it has clinical significance
20. Enquiry bared teaching
a) encourages quiet learners
b) does not encourage creative activity
c) encourages creative activity of the learners (Ans)
d) makes the learners disinterested in the class
21. Noise in the class room indicates
a) indiscipline of the learners
b) incompetence of the teacher (Ans)
c) constructive activities of the learners
d) disinterested learners
22. A poem can be best taught by
a) making the students recite it
b) oral language drill
c) recitation and then explanation (Ans)
d) group discussion
23. In pedagogy, what is meant by 'acquisition'
a) going through the process of learning
b) acquiring all the language skills (Ans)
c) acquiring proper notes for examination
d) securing high marks in examination
24. In speaking a language the role of grammar is
a) not at all important
b) most important
c) liberal (Ans)
d) none of these
25. Remedial teaching is needed
a) at the beginning of the course
b) in the middle of the course
c) at the end of the course (Ans)
d) a day before the final examination
26. In a well equipped Language Laboratory a student can
a) hear the tape distinctly
b) stop, rewind and play the tape at any time
c) work at his own pace
d) compare responses with classmates (Ans)

27. A project work does not test
a) creativity
b) adaptability
c) memory (Ans)
d) writing skill
28. Mixed-ability group of learners means
a) learners coming from different levels of society
b) learners coming from different parts of the state
c) learners with different cognitive levels (Ans)
d) learners coming from different cultures
29. In the context of teaching a 'large class' means
a) a big class room
b) a class with many students (Ans)
c) a class where all the students of the school assemble
d) none of these
30. The best way to improve upon the vocabulary of a student is
a) making him use the dictionary
b) aptitude test
c) encouraging him to read more books (Ans)
d) using a word bank

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