English Literature 1 by Shabbir Ahmed | Sep 11, 2018 | 0 comments Welcome to your English Literature 1 Which of the following sentence is correct?A That shirt which he bought is blue in colourB Which shirt he bought is blue in colourC The shirt which he bought is blue in colourD None of the above Choose the correct alternative to complete the sentence. “ He – to see us if he had been able to”A would comeB would have comeC may have comeD bad attack Choose the correct sentence-A The matter was informed to the police.B The matter has been informed of the police.C The police was informed of the matterD The police were informed of the matter ‘Hungry’ is to ‘Famished’ as ‘Extensive’ is toA) CongenialB) KeenC) EndlessD) Amenable CAN YOU TELL ME WHERE? WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING OF THE BEST CLAUSE IN THE ABOVE SENTENCE?A DOES MR. ALI LIVEB) MR. ALI DOES LIVEC) MR. ALI LIVESD) LIVES MR. ALI The correct sentence of the followings-A) The Nile is longest river in AfricaB) The Nile is longest river in the AfricaC) Nile is longest river in AfricaD) The Nile is the longest river in Africa Choose the correct sentence.A) I asked Javed had he passedB) I asked Javed if he had passedC) I asked Javed if you had passedD) I asked Javed that had he passed As they waited, Rahim argued against war ____A) while his brother discusses the effects of pollutionB) while his brother discussed the effects of populationC) while his brother was discussing the effects of pollutionD) while his brother had discussed the effects of pollution A bird in hand is worth two in bush.A) two at the bushB) two at a bushC) two on bushD) two in the bush They are hell bent at getting what is due to them.A) hell bent onB) hell bent uponC) hell bent ofD) hell bent after You should avoid to make such stupid mistakes.A) avoid to madeB) avoid makeC) avoid to haveD) avoid making I am tired as I am working since 7 O'clock in the morning.A) I have been workingB) I was workingC) I will be workingD) I had been working Identification of missing words: The doctor advised to take the medicine twice a day.A dailyB meC onlyD No word is missing Select the correct sentence:A) The child has born yesterdayB) The child had been born yesterdayC) The child was born yesterdayD) The child has been born yesterday Identify the correct sentence:A) He is working hardly to stand firstB) He works hard to standing firstC) He is working hard to stand firstD) He was working hard to stand first Read each of the following sentences divided into three parts (A, B and C) to find out if there is any error in it. If there is no error your answer is D. If I were him I would not have missed the opportunity.A) If I were himB) the opportunity.C) I would not have missedD) No error I spent ____with the patientA) SometimesB) SometimeC) Some timesD) Some time "Syntax" means?A) Sentence buildingB) Synchrounizing actC) Manner of speechD) Supplementary tax Hardly had he finished his lunch than the phone rang.A) whenB) whileC) thenD) since He stopped to work two hours ago.A) at workB) workingC) with workD) to have work Your new question! Applying human qualities to non-human thingsA) personificationB) onomatoeiaC) alliterationD) metaphor A description that appeals to one of the five sensesA) imageryB) personificationC) metaphorD) onomatopoeia A poem that tells a story with plot, setting, and charactersA) lyricB) free verseC) narrativeD) metaphor A poem with no meter or rhymeA) lyricB) free verseC) narrativeD) metaphor Sylvia Plath married which English poet?A) MasefieldB) CausleyC) HughesD) Larkin Carl Sandburg 'Planked whitefish' contains what kind of imageryA) Sea scenesB) Rural IdyllC) WarD) Innocent childhood Which influential American poet was born in Long Island in 1819?A) Emily DickinsonB) Paul DunbarC) John Greenleaf WhittierD) Walt Whitman In 1960 'The Colossus' was the first book of poems published by which poetess?A) Elizabeth BishopB) Sylvia PlathC) Marianne MooreD) Laura Jackson In his poem Kipling said 'If you can meet with triumph and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '?A) GloryB) RuinC) DisasterD) victory The repetition of similar ending soundsA) alliterationB) onomatopoieaC) rhymeD) metaphor True or false: Writing predates poetry.A TrueB false What is the earliest surviving European poem?A) The Homeric epicB) The Gilgamesh epicC) The Deluge epicD) The Hesiodic ode Which of the following is not a poetic tradition?A) The EpicB) The ComicC) The OccultD) The Tragic What is the study of poetry's meter and form called?A) ProsodyB)PotologyC) RheumatologyD) Scansion Shakespeare composed much of his plays in what sort of verse?Shakespeare composed much of his plays in what sort of verse?A) Alliterative verseB) Sonnet formC) Iambic pentameterD) Dactylic hexameter Which poet invented the concept of the variable foot in poetry?A) William Carlos WilliamsB) Emily DickinsonC) Gerard Manly HopkinsD) Robert Frost Who wrote this famous line: 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day/ Thou art more lovely and more temperate…'A) TS EliotB) Lord TennysonC) Charlotte BronteD) Shakespeare From what century does the poetic form the folk ballad date?A The 12thB The 14thC The 17thD The 19th From which of Shakespeare's plays is this famous line: 'Did my heart love til now?/ Forswear it, sight/ For I never saw a true beauty until this night'A A Midsummer Night's DreamB HamletC OthelloD Romeo and Juliet What is a poem called whose first letters of each line spell out a word?A AlliterativeB EpicC AcrosticD Haiku Niece and _____, sister and brother.A) CousinB) DaughterC) AuntD) Nephew Analogy: Paraphrase : Verbatim ::A) Approximation : PreciseB) Description : VividC) Quotation: AptD) Interpretation : Valid The word ‘senile’ is related to---A) SuperiorityB) Old ageC) SeniorityD) Senses ‘Hungry’ is to Famished as ‘Extensive’ is to-A) CongenialB) EndlessC) KeenD) Amenable Break : Repair :: Wound:A) HealB) HurtC) FixD) Plaster Frown:DispleasureA) Snore:ReliefB) Smirk:RegretC) Blush:PallorD) Sneer:Contempt Bouquet:FlowersA) Drift:SnowB) Forest:TreeC) Mist:RainD) Woodpile:Logs Frightened:Scream::Angry:?A) CryB) ShoutC) ShiverD) Sneer Trophy:ContestantA) Honors:StudentB) Pride: ParentC) Book:BibliographyD) Loan:Cashier Eager:IndifferentA) Concerned:CarefulB) Anxious:NervousC) Devoted:DedicatedD) Enthusiastic:Halfhearted Carpenter:SawA) Stenographer:TypewriterB) Seamstress: ScissorsC) Painter:BrushD) Lawyer:Brief Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair. ANARCHY : GOVERNMENTA) Penury : WealthB) Chaos : DisorderC) Monarchy : RepublicD) Verbosity : Words Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair. EXCITE : CALMA Stimulate : Cool downB Retrain : ComposeC Agitate : troubleD Upset : Perturb Choose the pair of words that expresses a relationship similar to that of the given pair- HEART:HUMANA Wall:BrickB Hand:ChildC Kitchen:HouseD Engine: Car Distort:TwistA) Straighten:BendB) Deform:ReformC) Harmonize:BalanceD) Observe:Blur Choose the pair of words that expresses a relationship similar to that of the given pair-- PATRON:SUPPORTA Spouce:divorceB Artist:imitationC Counselor:adviceD Restaurant:customer No article is needed before-A) an adjectiveB) pronounC) a nounD) an adverb The word ‘respond’ is:A) an adjectiveB) a verdC) a nounD) an adverb Verb of the word ‘’simple’’ is---A) SampleB) SimplicityC) SimplifyD) Simply Verb of the word ‘New’ is---A AnewB NewlyC RenewD Newness Time is Up!