CBSE conducted the CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) Exam Paper held on 07th July 2019 Evening Shift. Here The CTET Paper – II Part – IV Language – I (English) Question Paper with Answer Key. CTET July 2019 Answer Key.
CTET (Central Teachers Eligibility Test)
Paper – II Junior Level (Class 6 to Class 8)
Exam – CTET Paper II Junior Level (Class VI to VIII)
Part – Part – IV Language – I (English)
Organized – CBSE
Number of Question – 30
Paper Set – Y
Exam Date – 07th July 2019 (Evening Shift 02:00 PM – 04:30 PM)
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CTET Exam July 2019 Paper – 2 (Junior Level)
Part – IV – Language – I (English)
Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions (91 – 99) that follow by selecting the correct/most appropriate options :
There’s an air of excitement on the platform as the train’s departure time draws close. You’ve found your name on the passenger’s list, together with the names of those in the compartment with you; so you already know your fellow passengers’ names, ages, sex and destination. People are pushing past you to get on, as you show your coupon to the conductor and he tells you to board.
Your fellow passengers are settling in, staking out their claims to territory with too much luggage. A bell clangs but there is no slamming of carriage doors, no blowing of whistles and no shout of “All aboard !” as in the states. The train simply draws out of the station while people stroll alongside and with studied nonchalance, clamber on, one after the other through the still-open doors.
You claim your own seat, pleased to be on the move. Since you have a long journey ahead in the company of strangers, what happens next will govern your enjoyment of the trip. You can start up a conversation and make friends, allies quickly, or he anti-social and lonely for the whole of the journey. Of course, it depends on your personality but if you are travelling alone you’ll need an ally, someone you feel you can trust to watch your luggage when you go to the washroom. You can’t isolate yourself completely on a train so if that’s your style train travel isn’t for you.
I get a thrill out of the start of every train journey. It’s not just the excitement of moving on to a new place, there’s the anticipation of what’s going to happen during the journey; the pleasure at the new acquaintances I’m going to make; the dissolving of city skyline into lush, rural landscape beyond the windows; and the heightened emotions of everyone on board. Indians love to travel by train; they are used to it and prepare properly so it becomes a picnic on wheels. I get excited when I am part of it, you will too.
91. The phrase, ‘draws out’ as used here means :
(1) hurries out
(2) breaks away
(3) clears out
(4) moves out
92. Which part of speech is the underlined word in the following sentence ?
People are pushing past you.
93. Which part of the following sentence has an error in it?
“Once you have made this decision (a) / there would be (b) / no going back” (c) / Ram warned me (d).
94. You are well informed about your fellow passengers :
(1) after you have interacted with them.
(2) When you have settled in your seats.
(3) even before you have entered the compartment.
(4) after you have been introduced to them.
95. Who stake a claim to territory in the compartment ?
(1) Those who don’t travel light.
(2) Those who haven’t reserved seats.
(3) Those who need more space in it.
(4) Those whose seats are already occupied.
96. Even after the train has started moving why do some people stroll alongside ?
(1) They enjoy getting into a moving train.
(2) The doors are still open.
(3) They reached the platform late.
(4) They want to enjoy the outside scene.
97. What can prevent you from enjoying your train trip?
(1) You are worried about your luggage.
(2) The travellers around you don’t trust you.
(3) There are strangers around you.
(4) You are lonely by temperament.
98. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE?
(1) He/she does not enjoy a picnic in the train.
(2) He/she is thrilled at the scene outside.
(3) The narrator enjoys going to a new place.
(4) He/she loves to make friends.
99. What does the word ‘Coupon’ here mean ?
(1) a railway ticket
(2) a counterfoil
(3) a railways pass
(4) a passport
Directions : Read the extract given below and answer the questions (100 – 105) by selecting the correct/most appropriate options :
The work of hunters is another thing:
I have come after them and made repair
Where they have left not one stone on a stone,
But they would have the rabbit out of hiding,
To please the yelping dogs. The gaps I mean,
No one has seen them made or heard them made,
But at spring mending-time we find them there.
I let my neighbour know beyond the hill;
And on a day we meet to walk the line
And set the wall between us once again.
We keep the wall between us as we go.
To each the boulders that have fallen to each.
And some are loaves and some so nearly balls
We have to use a spell to make them balance :
‘Stay where you are until our backs are turned !’
100. The figure of speech used in the lines 9-10 is :
101. Identify the figure of speech used in the expression :
‘And some are loaves and some so nearly balls’
102. The hunters’ main aim is :
(1) to catch the rabbits.
(2) to make the neighbours build the wall again.
(3) to remove the stones.
(4) to please their dogs.
103. The gaps in the wall are made by :
104. The neighbours meet in the spring season to :
(1) to find out who broke the wall.
(2) to lift the stones.
(3) fill the gaps in the wall.
(4) to go on a long walk.
105. The neighbours have to use a spell to :
(1) to make the stones obey them.
(2) to fix the irregular stones in the wall.
(3) look for the rabbits.
(4) to count the number of stones.