CTET Paper-I English: Questions 111 - 118 of 294

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Our constant march towards infinity,

Seems to have jeopardised the real identity.

What are we sent for?

Is it to experience the exuberance of Nature?

Or to plunge into an eternal race of rivalry,

Where a man devours his divine self,

And strives to show his supermacy.

Really a blind race, full of strife,

That has soaked the sap of human life.

O, Misguided soul,

Listen patiently the songs of divinity,

That’ll subdue the passion of brutality,

And lead you to the Great White Throne,

Which all of us must vie to own.

– Anonymous

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Man is just running to get the most of worldly pleasures. Amidst these he forgets-

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

the society

b.

his divine self

c.

his other priorities

d.

his family

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What is the Great White Throne?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

A very peaceful place

b.

Place where God lives

c.

The ultimate place of being

d.

Door of salvation

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Life is like a fight, full of struggle, find the related line in the poem.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Has soaked the sap of human life

b.

And strives to show his supermacy

c.

Really a blind race, full of strife

d. All of the above

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What does the line, ‘March towards Infinity’ means?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Getting misdirected

b.

Forwarding oneself to those means, which have no ends

c.

Lack of guidance

d.

Proceeding towards God

Passage

Who has seen the wind?

Neither I nor you.

But when the leaves

Hang trembling

The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind?

Neither you nor I.

But when the trees bow

down their heads,

The wind is passing by.

– Christinga Rossetti

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The wind can be felt by-

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

trees

b.

leaves

c.

birds

d. All a. , b. and c. are correct

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In the second last line of the poem ‘their’ refers to-

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

the readers

b.

the leaves

c.

the trees

d.

the passer by

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‘The wind is passing by’. Here ‘passing by’ is-

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

a verb

b.

a gerund

c.

a participle

d.

a phrasal verb

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‘Neither you nor I’. Here ‘you’ refers to-

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

the readers

b.

the poet’s friend

c.

the trees

d.

the passers by

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