English Content TET Paper-1, 2014 Previous Paper Questions with answers And Complete Analysis

English Content TET Paper-1, 2014 Previous Paper Questions with answers And Complete Analysis
These English Content TET Paper-1, 2014 previous questions are very important objective multiple choice questions for TET Paper 1 and 2 in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh based on D.Ed, B.Ed books. This previous paper of English Content And Pedagogy (Methodology) TET CUM TRT 2014 is very useful for students to get good score in TET, TRT, TS TET, AP TET examination.

English Content And Methodology


Language – 2
English Content
TET Paper-1
2014
Previous Paper Questions with answers

Q). Identify the part of speech of the word underlined in the following sentence.
He bought a gold ring for his wife.

A) Noun
B) Adjective
C) Pronoun
D) Conjunction

View Answer
B) Adjective

Q). Identify the sentence that shows the speaker’s past habit.

A) I went to the cinema every day.
B) I had to go to the cinema every day.
C) I used to go to the cinema every Sunday
D) I go to the cinema every Sunday.

View Answer
C) I used to go to the cinema every Sunday

Q). Identify the active form of the sentence.
‘She likes being admired.’

A) She likes admiring others.
B) She likes to admiring others.
C) She would like if she admired others
D) She likes people admiring her.

View Answer
D) She likes people admiring her.

Q). ‘Anil is not taller than Ravi. If you change the above sentence, into the positive degree correctly, you will get ……….

A) Ravi is at least as tall as Anil.
B) Ravi is as taller as Anil.
C) Ravi is taller than Anil.
D) Ravi is so tall as Anil.

View Answer
A) Ravi is at least as tall as Anil.

Q). Match the words and their categories.

Words Categories
(a) used (d) modal auxiliaries
(b) to be (e) full verb
(c) can (f) principle auxiliaries
(1) (a)-(d), (b)-(e), (c)-(f) .
(2) (b)-(f), (a)-(d), (c)-(e)
(3) (a)-(e), (b)-(f), (c)-(d)
(4) (c)-(e), (a)-(d), (b)-(f)
View Answer
(3) (a)-(e), (b)-(f), (c)-(d)
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