2 Feb 2014

HTET 2014 : Solved Question Paper Level – 3 (PGT) Part – III

HTET Solved Question Paper Feb 2014 Level – 3 (PGT)

Part – III Language - II (English)

Q. 61. Choose the correct passive construction …
           “Even work and patience can solve even the most difficult problem in this world.”
           2) Even the most difficult problem in this world can be solved by hard work and patience.
Q. 62. Which of the following is not an example of a gerund ?
           3) I like sleeping children.
Q. 63. We did it ourselves. The underlined word in the sentence is
            1) A pronoun
Q. 64. Choose the correct suffice to form the word. The meaning of the word is given.
            Mani ……. = many and various
           2) fold
           (Q. 65 to 69 from the passage)
Q. 65. Terrorism has lately assumed a
            2) global character
Q. 66. Like naxalites, terrorists are victims of
            4) unfavourable and disappointing circumstances
Q. 67. What, according to the writer, feeds terrorism ?
            3) anger, resentment and neglect
Q. 68. Terrorists is a/an ………. Trait.
           4) acquired ?
Q. 69. Terrorists resort to violence in order to
           2) draw attention to their problems
Q. 70. She stumbled over her words so that the audience had difficulty in understanding her.  
           The underlined group of words is an
           4) Adverbial clause of result ( edited)
Q. 71. Choose the correct indirect speech of the sentence :
           He said, “You would not believe me if I told you the real secret.”
           1) He said that I would not believe him if he told me the real secret.
Q. 72. What is the sentence structure of the following sentence ?
          ‘Anil very carefully searched the room.’
           4) SAVO
Q. 73. Give the opposite of ‘Zenith’
           2) Nadir
Q. 74. Select the correct spelling of the following word :
           2) Haemorrhage
Q. 75. Colossal
           2) huge
Q. 76. Obnoxious
           2) disgusting

           (Q. 77 to 83 : Select grammatically correct sentence)
Q. 77. 1)The plea for a separate state is too serious a matter to be treated lightly.
Q. 78. 2) One of our cat has disappeared.
Q. 79. 3) hardly had he left the house when the message came.
Q. 80. 2) Unless he behaves well, you should not pardon him.
Q. 81. 4) He asked his son wheather he was studying seriously for the examination.
Q. 82. 3) There was hardly anyone at the party, was there ?
Q. 83. 3) Are you going to invite Ram and me to your house ?
Q. 84. To rest on one’s laurels
           3) to retire from active life
Q. 85. A blue stocking
           2) someone with literary tastes and learning
Q. 86. I ………. Hardly hear you.
           1) can
Q. 87. ………….. do you think you are, any way ?
          3) Who
Q. 88. This is strictly between you and ……..
           2) me
Q. 89. Almost the entire social and administrative structure reeks …. Corruption
           3) of
Q. 90. The cost of State funding of election in India runs …… thousands of crores.
           2) into
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