English Lecturer (08-11-2020) MCQs ( NTS CSS SPSC )

English Lecturer (08-11-2020) MCQs for preparation. ( FPSC CSS KPPSC )

Brahma Samaj was developed and modified by:

  1. Gandhi
  2. Nehru
  3. Keshab Chandra Sen
  4. Raja Ram Mohan Roy
  5. None of these

Our sir teaches Mathematics _____ English.

  1. Across
  2. besides
  3. beside
  4. None of the above

Famous play of William Shakespeare?

  1. King Lear
  2. Hamlet
  3. Macbeth
  4. None

Which is the coldest place of Pakistan?

  1. Murree
  2. Skardu
  3. Jacobabad
  4. Hazara

On 13 August 2018, the ____ National Assembly of Pakistan took oath.

  1. 12th
  2. 13th
  3. 14th
  4. 15th

Between whom the Charter of Medina was concluded?

  1. Muslims and Jews
  2. Muslims and non-Arabs
  3. Muslims and Jews and Other non-Muslims
  4. None of these

The country Panama is situated in:

  1. North America
  2. Central America
  3. South America
  4. None of the above
  5. Asia

Which cousin of Holy Prophet (PBUH) was Mufassar-e-Quran?

  1. Hamza ibn Abbas
  2. Talha ibn Abbas
  3. Abdullah ibn Abbas
  4. Zubair ibn Abbas

Qantas is an airline of which country?

  1. Saudi Arabia
  2. Australia
  3. UAE
  4. Malaysia

The term ‘double fault’ is associated with which game?

  1. Rugby
  2. Tennis
  3. Basket ball
  4. Football

‘Cyclone in Pakistan’ is a poetical work by:

  1. Monika Verma
  2. Sunita Namjoshi
  3. Kamala Dass
  4. Mamta Kalia

Arundhati Roy was awarded the Booker’s Prize on her novel:

  1. The God the Failed
  2. The God of Small Things
  3. The Apes of God
  4. The Nude Before God

What is George Orwell’s real name?

  1. Eric Cantona
  2. Eric Blair
  3. Eric Morecambe
  4. None of the above

Deductive method proceeds from:

  1. Law and rule to observation
  2. observation
  3. Generalization to specification
  4. examples and illustrations

Sedimentary rocks are______?

  1. Porous
  2. Hard
  3. Rough
  4. Brittle

Close shave means what?

  1. Hair`s breadth
  2. by the skin of one`s teeth
  3. narrow escape
  4. to apply economy

Normal phonological deviations that children make when producing sounds and words are referred to as:

  1. Speech errors
  2. Jargon
  3. Phonological processes
  4. Photostatic

“marlowe simply prepared the way for the master who was the follow. “who is the master referred to in this remark?

  1. Ben Johnson
  2. William Shakespeare
  3. John webster
  4. Thomas Middleton

Pampelonne beach is located in which country?

  1. France
  2. USA
  3. UK
  4. India

Please do not laugh _____ those beggars.

  1. For
  2. Against
  3. At
  4. From

Rahim bought a shirt for Rs.350 and sold it Rs.300. How much loss did he get?

  1. 30
  2. 40
  3. 50
  4. 150

Shortcut key to split a table in MS Word is ___?

  1. Ctrl + Alt + Enter
  2. Ctrl + Shift + Enter
  3. Alt + Shift + Enter
  4. Alt + space + Enter

Sounds usually associated with letters such as f, s, v, z, in which the air passes through a narrow contraction that causes the air to flow turbulently and thus create a noisy sound are called:

  1. Plosives
  2. Fricatives
  3. Articulations
  4. Allophonic

The collective name given to some of pre-Shakespearean playwrights, like Marlowe, Kyd, Peele, and Greene is:

  1. Romantic playwrights
  2. university wits
  3. Elizathan dramatists
  4. court playwrights

The Golden Breath is a _____ by Mulk Raj Anand.

  1. Novel
  2. Short story
  3. play
  4. None of the above

The Glass Menagerie is a play by:

  1. Eugene o Nell
  2. Tennessee Williams
  3. Arthur Miller
  4. Tenny Son

The name of the technique employed by James Joyce in his novels is:

  1. Oblique narrative
  2. stream of consciousness
  3. first person narrative
  4. noval

There was a great hue and cry against Hardy`s novels, Tess and Jude the Obscure because of _______ in them.

  1. Obscenity
  2. violence
  3. Abnormality
  4. All of the above

The sound made with air passing through the nose and making the “ng” sound of “sing” is called:

  1. Nasals
  2. Uvula
  3. Velum
  4. Bilabial

The study of which words occur together, and their frequency of co-occurrence:

  1. connotation
  2. collocation
  3. implication
  4. location

The title of Sir Philip Sidney’s pastoral romance in prose is:

  1. Utopia
  2. Arcadia
  3. Hydriotaphia
  4. Lamia

The word “Novel” is derived from the Italian word:

  1. Novella
  2. Novelle
  3. Novelette
  4. Noval

The “old wives” Tale is a novel by:

  1. Hardy
  2. Henry James
  3. Arnold Bennett
  4. John Galsworthy

To which of these language groups does English belong?

  1. Baltic
  2. Romance
  3. Germanic
  4. Slavonic

Transistor invented by:

  1. Edison
  2. Thomson
  3. Bardeen
  4. None of the above

Two words with very close meanings called.

  1. Antonyms
  2. Synonyms
  3. Homonyms
  4. None of the above

John Keats died of:

  1. Cancer
  2. Tuberculosis
  3. Malaria
  4. None of the above

In which novel of his Lawrence dealt with psychological phenomenon known as “Oedipus Complex”?

  1. Lady Chatterly`s Lover
  2. Sons of lovers
  3. The Trespasser
  4. The boy in the bunch

In Anglo-Saxon heroic poetry, what is the fate of those who fail to observe the sacred duty of blood vengeance?

  1. Banishment
  2. Everlasting shame
  3. conversation to Christianity
  4. Mild melancholia

In a list of languages ranked by number of native (L1) speakers where does English come?

  1. First
  2. Second
  3. Third
  4. Fourth

Which triple in DNA codes for valine

  1. CTT
  2. AGU
  3. CAT
  4. None

Which of the following was a group that tried to spread catholic teaching after the reformation?

  1. The Jesults
  2. The Baptists
  3. The Protestants
  4. The Calvinists

Which term is refer to the study of speech process?

  1. Phonology
  2. Phonetic substances
  3. Phonetics
  4. Semantics

Who called Dryden the Father of English Criticism?

  1. Joseph Addison
  2. Dr. Johnson
  3. Coleridge
  4. Matthew Arnold

Who is the author of the recently released book ‘The Pandemic Century’?

  1. David Cameron
  2. Mark Honigsbaum
  3. Richard Skemp
  4. None of these

Who is the creator of the character named sherlock holmes?

  1. Edgar Allen Poe
  2. Agatha Christie
  3. Arthur Conan Doyle
  4. John Lehmann

Who translated the original Bengali poems of Geetanjali into English?

  1. Sir Edmund Goose
  2. W B Yeats
  3. Rev. Edmund Thomson
  4. Rabindranath Tagore

Who was the main contributor to the linguistic period?

  1. Bartlett
  2. Piaget
  3. Hermann Paul
  4. Chomsky

Who was the leading figure of Christian humanism?

  1. Thomas More
  2. Martin Luthar
  3. Johan Tetzel
  4. Erasmus

Who wrote, ‘Milton! thou shouldst be living at this hour’.

  1. Dryden
  2. Pope
  3. Gray
  4. Wordsworth

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