12th English Menti Test-1, यहाँ से टेस्ट लगाये, Education Study
12th English Menti Test-1:
1.T.S.Eliot is a ….., poet.
(A) Twentieth Century (B) Eighteenth Century
(C) Seventeenth Century (D) Sixteenth Century
2.Macavity is an ………..
(A) outlaw (B) criminals
(C) Looter (D) diplomat
3.R. K. Narayan has written ……
(A) Pinch of Snuff (B) The Guide
(C) Train to Pakistan (D) Savitri
4.Let not thy divining heart; Forthinke me any ill – is from:
(A) Sweetest Love I Do Not Goe (B) The Soldier
(C) Song of Myself (D) Fire-Hymn
5.Who was forced to leave Oxford University without a degree?
(A) Walt Whitman (B) W.H. Auden
(C) John Donne (D) None of these
6.‘I harbour for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard’- is from:
(A) Snake (B) Song of Myself
(C) An Epitaph (D) The Soldier
7.Song of Myself is written by ……
(A) Walt Whitman (B) Walter de la Mare
(C) Rupert Brooke (D) John Donne
8.And the nightingale is dumb’ – is from:
(A) Now The Leaves Are Falling Fast (B) Snake
(C) Fire-Hymn (D) To Autumn
9.”Nurses flowers will not last’ is form …..
(A) The Soldier (B) Fire-Hymn
(C) Now the Leaves Are Falling Fast (D) To Autumn
10.Keats is a …… poet.
(A) Romantic (B) War
(C) Metaphysical (D) Melancholic
11…… was a Poet of Nature.
(A) DH Lawrence (B) TS Eliot
(C) John Keats (D) None of these
- Who has written a number of poems for children?
(A) Walter De la Mare (B) TS Eliot
(C) DH Lawrence (D) None of these
13.Ravindra Nath Tagore wrote …
(A) Geetanjali (B) Savitri
(C) Macbeth (D) The cup
14.“The god of small Things’ is written by
(A) Anita Desai (B) Kamala Das
(C) Toru Dutt (D) Arundhati Roy
15.Keki N. Daruwala is an …… poet.
(A) British (B) American
(C) African (D) Indo-Anglian
16.Snake is written by
(A) John Donne (B) Kamala Das
(C) DH Lawrence (D) Walt Whitman
17.DH Lawrence belonged to …
(A) Britain (B) France
(C) America (D) None of these
18.My Grand Mother’s House is written by …..
(A) Kamala Das (B) DH Lawrence
(C) Keki N Daruwala (D) John Donne
19.‘Mac Fleckone’ is written by …..
(A) John Dryden (B) Alexander Pope
(C) Lord Byron (D) John Keats
20.Who were known as the University wits?
(A) Elizabethan scholars (B) Victorian scholars
(C) Indian scholars (D) British scholars
21.He is as good as Mohan. (Choose the suitable negative sentences)
(A) Mohan is not better than he. (B) He is not to good as Mohan.
(C) He does not have a good as Mohan. (D) Mohan is not as good as he.
22.I met an old man. He was very poor. (Choose the suitable combination)
(A) I met an old man who was very poor. (B) The man was poor and old that I met.
(C) Poor was the man I met and old also. (D) The old man was poor and I met him.
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23.He saw a lion. He went away.(Choose the suitable combination)
(A) Seeing a lion he went away. (B) He went away to see a lion.
(C) He had gone away seeing a lion. (D) He had seen a lion and went away.
24.I am tired ………… waiting for him. (Choose the suitable preposition)
(A) with (B) by
(C) of (D) from
25.I am not familiar …… the subject. (Choose the suitable preposition)
(A) at (B) on
(C) in (D) with
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