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Direction (Question No. 61 to 65): Read the following passage and answer the questions below them.
Nissim Exekiel’s poetry is the record of his confrontation between opposites. These opposites are an emotional involvement in life and a desire for detachment from it, a sensuous perception of the tangible world and a spiritual abstraction out of the tangible world, a powerful desire for prayer and a temptation to endulge in irony, a passion for this world and a hankering for the world beyond. Ezekiel tries to juxtapose poetry, art, and life in order to bring about a harmony between the inner life and the outer world. He tries to use the poetic art as a means to get the most out of this feeling of alienation which is basic to his experience of life and therefore, to his poetry also. His poems show, on the one hand, his philosophical-existential quest of the moral self for the meaning of life and on other hand, a poetic quest for the meaning of poetry.
- Which of the following is the similar word of the word confrontation.
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Which of the following in the most opposite of the word harmony?
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Give one word for place besides another–
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Which one is correct for the word abstraction?
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The root word for the word philosophical is-
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Direction (Question No. 66 to 70): Read the following poems carefully and answer the question given below them.
Love come to Flora asking for a flower
That would of flower be undisputed queen,
The lily and the rose, long, long had been
Rivals for that high honour. Bards of power
Had sung their claims. The rose can never tower
Like the pale lily with her Juno mien
But is the lily lov’lier? Thus between
Flower-factions rang the strife in Psyche’s bower.
Give me a flower delicious as the rose
And stately as the lily in her pride But of what colour? Rose-red; Love first chose,
Then prayed,-No lily white, -or, both provide :
And Flora gave the lotus, rose-red dyed,
And lily-white, -the queenliest flower and blows.
- Who is personified in the above poem?
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Give me a flower delicious as the rose and stately as the lily in her pride
Which literary term is used in the above lines-
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Love come to Flora asking a flower
Which literary term is used in the above line
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But of what colour? -Rose-red, love first chose
Which literary term is used in the above line-
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Rhyme scheme of the given poem is-
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He did hardly any work before the exam _______, he managed to pass.
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Life in a big city is more stressful than the country _______ it can also be expensive.
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My sister is very weak. She ________ run fast.
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He refused to attend the meeting _______ his illness.
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He was ______ crying.
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A listening stimulus –
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The interactional routine during speaking assessment includes a –
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Retrieval skills in writing are –
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Awareness raising grammar games encourage students to –
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Language acquisition –
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Noah Chomsky’s reference to deep structures means a –
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The bottom up model of curriculum is one where –
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The humanistic Approach is specifically tuned to the –
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A special needs language classroom is ideally –
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One of the challenges of Behaviour Management in a senior class is –
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To inculcate a Never Give Up Attitude, a suitable activity is the one when students-
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Assessing reading at class VII, can be done most effectively through a –
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Curriculum development follows the following sequence-
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The learning experiences that offer a vicarious experience to learners are –
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In Computer Aided Instruction (CAI), the simulation mode’s where learners-