MP TET Primary Teacher Questions and Answers [English Questions]

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MP TET Primary Teacher Questions and Answers (English Questions)

In today’s article, we are going to share English Questions Answer For MP TET Exam 2020. These Model MCQ Questions based on the latest syllabus that help you to boost up your score in the examination.

Directions:– Answer the following questions (Q. No. 1-15) by selecting the correct/most appropriate options.

Q1. Stephen Krashen’s theory of second language acquisition does not consist of :

(a) The Natural Order Hypothesis

(b) The Input Hypothesis

(c) The Acquisition Learning Hypothesis

(d) The Learnability Hypothesis

Ans. (b)

Q2. The use of the dictionary does not help learner to :

(a) find out how to say a word

(b) be proficient in oral communication

(c) find the meaning of words

(d) check the parts of speech of a word

Ans. (a)

Q3. Constructivism in language learning focuses on :

(a) the dominant role of the teacher in the classroom

(b) engaging learners in exploring new knowledge

(c) the role of limitation

(d) memorizing grammar rules

Ans. (b)

Q4. The major objective of teaching English at primary level is :

(a) using English in different situations of life

(b) speaking English in British accent

(c) scoring good marks in the exams

(d) knowing the grammar of English

Ans. (a)

Q5. In learning a language, students’ talking time should be increased because :

(a) they use the target language for various purposes.

(b) teachers feel relaxed while students are talking.

(c) they enjoy spending time talking with their friends.

(d) they can learn the correct pronunciation from each other.

Ans. (a)

Q6. A teacher of Class V is planning to teach grammar. Which one of the following might be a good strategy for teaching grammar?

(a) Giving the practice of grammar in context as a strategy

(b) Asking students to carefully note down the rules from the blackboard

(c) Giving clear explanations of the rules with examples

(d) Asking students to do drill work only to learn rules

Ans. (c)

Q7. Which one of the following is not true in relation to the use of children’s literature?

(a) It makes them understand and respect diverse cultures.

(b) Their reading proficiency deteriorates and gets worse.

(c) It helps in developing learners imagination.

(d) It broadens their mental horizon.

Ans. (d)

Q8. While assessing group work, a teacher should not focus on :

(a) showing concern for others

(b) cooperative learning process

(c) assessing each child’s work

(d) taking initiatives in work

Ans. (c)

Q9. A diagnostic test in English will help the language teacher to identify :

(a) intelligent learners in her class

(b) slow learners in her class

(c) learning difficulties the learner faces in English

(d) the topic which the learner has not learned by heart

Ans. (c)

Q10. While teaching English, a teacher is not able to draw the attention of some students sitting at the back, She should :

(a) engage them by asking questions and evaluating her teaching method.

(b) stop explaining the concept and start dictating the notes to students.

(c) scold them for not paying attention.

(d) ignore them and carry on.

Ans. (a)

Q11. When a child learns a language naturally, without much practice, it is called :

(a) language generalization

(b) language adaptation

(c) language learning

(d) language acquisition

Ans. (d)

Q12. The communicative approach to teach English focuses on :

(a) the structural accuracy of the sentences

(b) correct pronunciation of words

(c) linguistic competence plus an ability to use the language appropriately

(d) the practice of selected and graded structure patterns

Ans. (b)

Q13. Which one of the following is most important in developing reading skills at the primary level?

(a) Ability to read phrases correctly

(b) Ability to comprehend the text already read

(c) Only knowing the correct order of alphabet

(d) Ability to read words correctly

Ans. (b)

Q14. While reading, a learner needs to :

(a) guess the contextual meaning of new words to understand the text

(b) translate the written symbols into corresponding sounds to grasp their meaning

(c) perceive and decode letters in order to read words

(d) understand every word to grasp the meaning of the text

Ans. (c)

Q15. Diphthongs are :

(a) consonant sounds (b) double consonant sounds

(c) vowel sounds (d) double vowel sounds

Ans. (d)

Directions:– Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow (Q. No. 16 to 23) by selecting the correct/most appropriate options.

Raja Ram Mohan Roy is considered the pioneer of modern India. Renaissance for the remarkable reforms he brought about in the 18th century India. Among his efforts, the abolition of the Sati-Pratha a practice in which the widow was compelled to sacrifice herself on the funeral pyre of her husband was prominent. His efforts were also instrumental in eradicating the Purdah system and child marriage.

In 1828, Raja Ram Mohan Roy formed the Brahmo Samaj, a group of people, who had no faith in idol-worship and were against the cast restrictions. Raja Ram Mohan Roy’s father was a wealthy Brahmin and strictly performed the duties set by the religion. Ram Mohan himself was also devoted to Lord Vishnu and in his 14th year, he wanted to become a monk but his mother, Tarini Devi objected to his desire.

Ram Mohan viewed education as a medium to implement social reforms. So in 1815, Ram Mohan came to Calcutta and the very next year, he started an English College by putting in his own savings. He was well aware that the students should learn the English language and scientific subjects and that’s why he criticized the government’s policy of opening only Sanskrit schools. According to him, Indians would lag behind if they do not get to study modern subjects like Mathematics, Geography, and Latin.

The government accepted this idea of Ram Mohan and also implemented it but not before his death. Ram Mohan was also the first to give importance to the development of the mother tongue. His ‘Gaudiya Byakaran’ in Bengali is the best of his prose works. Rabindranath Tagore and Bankimchandra also followed in the footsteps of Ram Mohan Roy. Ram Mohan Roy was a staunch supporter of free speech and expression and fought for the rights of Vernacular Press. He also brought out a newspaper in Persian called ‘Miratual Akhbar’ (the Mirror of News) and a Bengali weekly called Sambad Kaumudi (the Moon of Intelligence).

In those days, items of news and articles had to be approved by the government before being published. Ram Mohan protested against this control by arguing that newspapers should be free and that the truth should not be suppressed simply because the government did not like it.

Q16. Raja Ram Mohan Roy is known for his :

(a) economic reforms (b) literary reforms

(c) political reforms (d) social reforms

Ans. (d)

Q17. When he was a teenage, Raja Ram Mohan Roy expressed his desire to become a :

(a) journalist (b) monk

(c) teacher (d) businessman

Ans. (b)

Q18. Raja Ram Mohan Roy believed that Indians would lag behind if they :

(a) forgot their cultural roots

(b) did not learn traditional skills

(c) gave up study of Sanskrit

(d) did not study modern subject

Ans. (d)

Q19. Raja Ram Mohan Roy strongly supported :

(a) rituals and observances

(b) physical education

(c) freedom of speech and expression

(d) moral education

Ans. (d)

Q20. The word ‘eliminating’ most nearly means :

(a) banishing (b) eradicating

(c) banning (d) dismissing Ans. (a)

Q21. The word which is opposite in meaning to ‘encouraged’ is :

(a) crushed (b) misled

(c) disheartened (d) suppressed

Ans. (d)

Q22. Which ‘parts of speech’ is the underlined word in the sentence given below? “He was a staunch supporter of free speech and expression.”

(a) Adjective (b) Conjunction (c) Noun (d) Adverb

Ans. (a)

Q23. “Raja Ram Mohan Roy viewed education……,”

(a) Education was viewed ……

(b) Education is viewed …….

(c) Education has been viewed…

(d) Education had been viewed…..

Ans. (a)

Directions:– Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow(Q. Nos. 24 to 30) by selecting the correct/most appropriate options. 

Your body is made up of sixty percent water and you lose the essential fluid every minute of every day as you breathe, digest and hopefully work up a sweat. It is important that you put back every drop Starting now, drink eight 230 ml glasses of water every single day––that’s the minimum your body needs daily. That is the non-negotiable sugar savvy hydration Mantra. Many times when you think you’re hungry, sleepy, depressed, and/or irritated, you’re actually just dehydrated. Drinking enough water actually helps you combat water retention. Sounds counter-intuitive, but think about it .

If you are running around in a semi-dehydrated state all the time, your body is going to hang on to every single drop, giving you that puffy, unhealthy appearance. When you are properly hydrating, your body gets the message that all systems are operating smoothly and it continues its work of flushing out your system and ridding itself of the excess fluids. If your goal is to lost weight, water is a must. When you’re dehydrated, your body sends out signals that you need assistance. Many people mistake those thirsty SOS signals for hunger and take in hundreds of extra calories.

They also don’t solve that real problem–– thirst! Drinking water can be a powerful appetite suppressant and allows you to cue into your real hunger, your body also needs plenty of water for proper digestion, so you can get the most from the foods you eat. You are less susceptible to food cravings when your stomach is full and you’re getting all the nutrients you need. Drink two glasses of water before every meal–– you’ll eat less your body uses water for fat.

Q24. ____ help fight water retention :

(a) having a balanced diet

(b) drinking enough water

(c) exercising regularly

(d) a regular morning walk

Ans. (b)

Q25. Our systems operate satisfactorily :

(a) if excess fat is reduced

(b) when we enjoy a sound sleep

(c) when we are properly hydrated

(d) if we consume lots of fruits and vegetables

Ans. (c)

Q26. The best way to lose weight is to :

(a) eat less starchy food

(b) take weight-reducing pills

(c) exercise at least twice a day

(d) drink plenty of water

Ans. (d)

Q27. When we are dehydrated, we think we :

(a) are about to collapse

(b) want to vomit

(c) are tired

(d) need food

Ans. (c)

Q28. The word ‘irritated’ most nearly means :

(a) annoyed

(b) troubled

(c) uneasy

(d) frustrated

Ans. (c)

Q29. The word which is opposite in meaning to ‘assistance’ is :

(a) fragrance (b) resistance

(c) persistence (d) existence

Ans. (b)

Q30. “Your body uses water for fat.” The ‘voice’ in the above sentence has been correctly changed in

(a) Water was used for fat by our body.

(b) Water could be used for fat by our body.

(c) Water is being used by our body for fat.

(d) Water is used for fat by your body.

Ans. (d)

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