उत्तराखंड विद्यालयी शिक्षा परिषद् (UBSE – Uttarakhand Board of School Education) द्वारा 26 नवम्बर 2021 को UTET (Uttarakhand Teachers Eligibility Test) की परीक्षा का आयोजन किया गया। UTET (Uttarakhand Teachers Eligibility Test) Exam 2021 Paper 2 – भाषा – I : अंग्रेजी की उत्तरकुंजी (Language I : English) यहाँ पर उपलब्ध है।
UBSE (Uttarakhand Board of School Education) Conduct the UTET (Uttarakhand Teachers Eligibility Test) 2021 Exam held on 26 November 2021. Here UTET Paper 2 Language I : English Subject Paper with Official Answer Key.
UTET (Uttarakhand Teachers Eligibility Test) Junior Level
(Class 6 to Class 8)
Exam :− UTET (Uttarakhand Teachers Eligibility Test)
Part :− भाषा – I : अंग्रेजी (Language I : English)
Organized by :− UBSE
Number of Question :− 30
SET – C
Exam Date :– 26th November 2021
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UTET Exam 26 Nov 2021 Paper – 2 (Junior Level)
Language I (English)
(Official Answer Key)
Directions (Q.No. 31-35): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
It is no doubt true that we cannot go through life without sorrow. There can be no sunshine without shadow, we must not complain that roses have thorns but rather be grateful that thorns bear flowers. Our existence here is so complex that we must expect much sorrow and suffering. Many people distress and torment themselves about the mystery of existence. But although a good man may at times be angry with the world, it is certain no man was even discontented with the world who did his duty in it.
The world is like a looking-glass; if you smile, it smiles; if you frown, it frowns back. If you look at it through a red glass, all seems red and rosy; if through a blue, all blue; if through a smoked one, all dull and dingy. Always try, then, to look at the bright side of things; almost everything in the world has a bright side. There are some persons whose very presence seems like a ray of sunshine and brightens the whole room. Greet everybody with a bright smile, kind words and a pleasant welcome. It is not enough to love those who are near and dear to us. We must show that we do so. While, however, we should be grateful, and enjoy to the full the innumerable blessings of life, we cannot expect to have no sorrows or anxieties. Life has been described as a comedy to those who think, and a tragedy to those who feel. It is indeed tragedy at times and a comedy very often, but as a rule it is what we choose to make.
31. What is the central idea of the above passage?
(A) life is complex
(B) life is how we perceive or make it
(C) life is pleasant
(D) life is a mystery of existence
32. Which of the given statements is true in view of the above passage?
(A) Life has no sunshine or shadow.
(B) Love only those who are near and dear.
(C) Look at the bright side of the things.
(D) The world is distressful.
33. ______ means dark and gloomy.
34. ‘Roses have thorns’ symbolises ______ in the given passage.
35. Why is our existence so complex?
(A) because it has both pain and pleasure.
(B) because we think that it is red and rosy.
(C) because we think it is comedy.
(D) because we don’t greet people with smile.
Direction (Q.No. 36 – 40): Read the poem given below and answer the questions that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.
Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers, and sees
Silver fruit upon silver trees;
One by one the casements catch
Her beams beneath the silvery thatch;
Couched in his Kennel, like a log,
With paws of silver sleeps the dog;
From their shadowy cote the white breasts peep
Of doves in a silver-feathered sleep;
A harvest mouse goes scampering by.
With silver claws and a silver eye;
And moveless fish in the water gleam,
By silver reeds in a silver stream.
36. Name the object in the landscape that catches the poet’s eye –
37. Pick out the words or lines in the poem which suggest the quiet and stillness of the night.
(A) Her beams beneath the silvery thatch
(B) Couched in his Kennel, like a log
(C) Shadowy cote the white breasts peep
(D) harvest mouse goes scampering by
38. ‘Cote’ means (choose the most appropriate option) –
(A) zone in water where fishes live
(B) rat’s burrows
(C) coop where birds are kept
(D) where doves live
39. Identify the figure of speech in “the moon/walks the night in her silver shoon;/This way, and that, she peers, and sees”
40. Which word in the poem means ‘running quickly’?
41. In which of the following options antithesis is used –
(A) hypocrisy is the homage vice pays to virtue.
(B) Ruin seize thee, ruthless king!
(C) I rejoiced at the happy sight.
(D) Man proposes, God disposes.
42. Which of the foreign words mean ‘in good faith’?
(A) ex gratia
(C) sine die
(D) bon voyage
43. Select the verb that takes the preposition ‘in’ after it –
44. Select the incorrect pair from the given options in view of the varying kinds of talking habits –
(A) taciturn – unwilling to engage in conversation
(B) laconic – using few words packed with meaning
(C) garrulous – chattering meaning lessly
(D) vociferous – soft and fluent
45. Replace the underlined words with one word in the given sentence
The bishop’s address on religion and morals was the best we had this year,