HPTET JBT Question Paper 2019 – English (Answer Key)

Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE), Dharmshala conducts Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (HPTET) JBT Exam 2019 on 24 November 2019. Here the HPTET JBT (Junior Basic Training) Exam 2019, Section – 2 (English) Answer Key.

Exam :− HPTET (Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)
Part :− English

Number of Question : 30
Exam Date :– 24th November 2019

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Section – 2 (English)


Note : Fill up the blanks with appropriate conjunctions for questions no. 31 to 32.

31. Catch me ______ you can.
(A) if
(B) but
(C) till
(D) as

32. Wait ______ I come.
(A) if
(B) as
(C) till
(D) but

Note: choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word printed in capitals for questions no. 33 to 34.

(A) good
(B) bad
(C) best
(D) worse

(A) angry
(B) satisfied
(C) peaceful
(D) sad

Note: Select the words which means the same to the word printed in capitals for questions no. 35.

(A) Degrace
(B) smooth
(C) dishonour
(D) glory

Note : Select the synonyms of the following for questions no. 36

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36. Mr. Abdul Kalam Azad did the job with a great passion
(A) destruction
(B) climan
(C) difficulty
(D) zeal

Note : Questions no. 37 to 41 read the passage carefully and answer the questions:

I came to a shop called the lucky shop. The shopkeeper wanted everybody to try their luck. They were numbered from 1 to 10 facing down. You had to pay 50 paise,pick up any six discs and add up the numbers. The article marked with that number was yours. I wanted to try my luck. I paid 50 paise and tried it. My luck was not too good. I got two pencils. The shopkeeper bought them for 25 paise, I tried again and got an ink-bottle for the second time. The shopkeeper bought that too for 25 paise. In the hope of winning a big prize, tried my luck again and again till the last 50 paise disappeared.

I come back to my house and told the whole incident to my father. Hepatted me and said, “The man made a fool of you.” He played tricks to tempt you.

37. What did the writter have to pay to try his luck?
(A) 25 paise
(B) 50 paise
(C) nothing
(D) 10 paise

38. What did the writer get for the first time?
(A) clock
(B) ink bottle
(C) 2 pencils
(D) ring

39. What did the writer get for the second time?
(A) nothing
(B) ink bottle
(C) pencils
(D) clock

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Answer – (B)

40. What did the father say to the write
(A) The man made him fool.
(B) Don’t try you luck again.
(C) Don’t waste your money.
(D) You are a bad boy.

41. Which of the following word from the passage means ‘to attract’?
(A) hope
(B) disappeared
(C) patted
(D) tempt

Read the following passage carefully. The passage is following by some questions with four alternative answers mark the most suitable answer on your answer sheet.

Literature is not merely for the entertainment of an individual, but for the betterment and elevation of both the heart and the soul. A poet is not a mere entertainer but a prophet who inspires a habit of confidence and dynamism in the community to which he belongs. In fact, the greater the artist, the wider will be the appeal of his word. A great poet, novelist or dramatist is not of one country, but of the entire world, not of an age, but of all ages For such cosmopolitan artist, art in not for art’s sake but for the sake of society, morality and humanity.

42. purpose of literature is
(A) To teach grammar
(B) Language rules
(C) Elevation of heart and soul
(D) Entertainer

43. To a cosmopolitan artist, art means
(A) To reflect the world.
(B) To entertain individual.
(C) To appreciate culture of his country
(D) For the society, morality and humanity,

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Answer – (D)

44. In the passage, poet is indentified as a
(A) Entertainer
(B) Writter
(C) Artist
(D) Prophet

45. From the passage, select word which is synonym of ‘diligence’.
(A) Dynamism
(B) Cosmopolitan
(C) Negligence
(D) dramatist

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