English Linguistics MCQs for Lecturer Online Test No. 101

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Test NameLecturer English
SubjectLecturer English Test 101
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer English Online Test No. 101

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What is the smallest segment of sound, that comprises the basic building blocks of a language?

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The combination of sounds ‘ms’ is not acceptable as the beginning of a word or syllable in English. In which of these languages is it acceptable?

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What is the name of the linguistic school, which attempted to uncover ‘Discovery Procedures; that are internally imbedded, and compose the underlying units of language?

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What is defined as ‘the study of sentence structure’?

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After, we analyze the syntactical order and construction, and find it worthy of our ‘Permitted moves’, does it mean that it will convey an idea cogently to us?

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Which words both have short vowel sounds?

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What is the term for unchanging, gliding vowels; which can be either consonant-based or vowels-based?

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True or false: English has no inflections for grammatical case.

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Phonetic alphabet:

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In dialectology, what is the line on a map called which divides areas with different forms of a word?

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Which of the following is not a breed of Morpheme, found in most language?

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And finally….Old Norse is almost the same as which modern Scandinavian language?

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Labiodental Sounds:

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Since language is arbitrary, but contain ‘Permitted Moves’ …what term best describes the system of this communication system?

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Vocal folds:

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nasals

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The morpheme is the smallest syntactical unit. How many morphemes would the word ‘antidisestablishmentarianism’ have?

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What are the two main structures, found when deconstructing a sentence into a tree diagram?

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In the sentence ‘I took my big brown cat to the vet yesterday’ which of the following does not appear?

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The Sounds of a language change over time. English spelling does not always reflect this change: how was the ‘gh’ in ‘night’ originally pronounced?

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Three of these languages do not have definite articles. Which one does have a structure that serves the purpose of a definite article?

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What three components, generally, make up a system of a typical language?

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To which of these language groups does English belong?

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Which of these words describes the changing of the form of a verb in order to reflect person, number, tense and mood?

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Who was considered the “Father of Linguistic” a Swiss guy authored the seminal book entitled ‘Course in General Linguistics’?

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One thought on “English Linguistics MCQs for Lecturer Online Test No. 101

  1. Course in General Linguistic is written by Saussure.
    You have named it with Noam Chomskey.
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    Kindly correct it.

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