CTET Sample Paper with Answers in English

CTET Sample Paper with Answers in English

CTET Sample Paper with Answers in English is a bunch of Questions and Answers for Central Teachers Eligibility Test of English Language specially for Paper 2 TET aspirants. TET aspirants will be asked total 30 question on English Language in Paper 1 as well as Paper 2 in CTET 2016 Exam. CTET Model Papers or CTET Question Answer are always helpful while preparing for CTET. You can download several of the Subject wise Sample Paper and Model Papers for CTET 2016.

CTET Sample Paper with Answers in English

CTET Sample Paper with Answers in English

CTET Model Paper for भाषा II (English)

Index

Question No. 71-80

Question No. 81-90

Answer to CTET Model Question Paper Language II (English)

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61. The word Baneful means

  1. Loss
  2. Evil
  3. Profit
  4. benefit

62. The word opposite in meaning to perilous’ is

  1. Safe
  2. Hybrid
  3. Descent
  4. Lament

63. The word Coerce means

  1. Thrilling
  2. Force
  3. Suspended
  4. hidden

64. The word opposite in meaning to conscientious is

  1. Cruel
  2. Licentious
  3. Careless
  4. Whip

Directions (Q.Nos. 65-66) Give one word for the following words/sentences.

65. A person who regards the whole world as his country

  1. Cosmopolitan
  2. Nationalist
  3. Patriot
  4. Metropolitan

66. A person who regrads the whole world as his country

  1. Democrat
  2. Autocrat
  3. Bureaucrat
  4. Fanatic

67. Which of the following words is misspelt?

  1. Performance
  2. Synthasis
  3. Impairment
  4. Simplified

68. Choose the correctly spelt word

  1. Misschievous
  2. Mischievous
  3. Mischivious
  4. Misschivious

69. What does the phrase to beat about the bush mean

  1. Not to come to the point
  2. Vigorously search for the culprit
  3. Easily achieve success without effort
  4. Work hard to achieve

70. When did the South Sea Bubble’ Burst?

  1. 1695
  2. 1705
  3. 1720
  4. 1750


 
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