Lecturer English MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC Online Test No. 62

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer English
SubjectLecturer English Test 62
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer English Online Test No. 62

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The rules for combining phonemes into words in a language are said to be:

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Two words that share the same phonetic form but have different meanings:

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The notion that language shapes thought and experience of its speakers is known as:

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Most anthropologists agree that language:

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The study of social production of meaning from sign systems is termed as:

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................is the study of the connections between language and mind.

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Which one of the following aspects of speech act gives the meaning of the effect of what you say "?

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A method of teaching foreign languages that laid great emphasis on speaking and which used only the foreign language in the classroom is:

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An expression in which a part stands for the whole or an individual for a class of things, or material for the things made from it:

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If one word is applicable, the other cannot be:

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The application of linguistics to the study of all genres of literature, and especially to the study of authorial style is:

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Strong prominence on a particular syllable is said to be:

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The study of phonetics concerned with the processes by which speech sounds are made is known as:

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A label for the speech organs most directly involved in producing a consonant is termed as:

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The smallest unit of sound is known as:

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A conventional system of marks representing information about the structure of a written text is:

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looks at all the possibilities of harnessing information technology to the task of teaching and learning a second language.

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The terms used for the non-linguistic aspects of speaking is:

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Velar sounds are formed by:

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Sounds in whose articulation two speech organs narrow the airstream, causing friction to occur as it passes through are said to be:

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The study of the errors made by learners of a second language, in order to understand the strategies used by second language learners and to improve second language pedagogy is:

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The branch of linguistics which studies how utterances communicate meaning in context is known as:

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Which of the following areas of linguistics focuses on the sounds, words, and grammars of languages?

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Sounds in whose articulation the mainstream is stopped by a brief closure of two speech organs and then released in a quick burst are known as:

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The part of a sentence other than its subject is said to be:

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2 thoughts on “Lecturer English MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC Online Test No. 62

  1. Whereas Semantics focuses on the literal meanings of words, Pragmatics focuses on the hidden meanings of words, perceived by the speaker and the listener.

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