PPSC FPSC KPPSC BPSC SPSC Lecturer English Online Test No. 5

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Test NameLecturer English
SubjectLecturer English Test 5
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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PPSC Lecturer English Practice Test 5

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Gothic novel was written in the style popular in ………and ………………century:

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Sylvia Plath and led Hughes were:

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Negative capability to Keats, means:

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The tragicomedy of Shakespeare are also called:

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George Eliot’s novels are interesting because they reflect more clearly than any other ………..novels they movement of contemporary:

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Gothic novels flourished in the late ………..century:

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Who believed that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of emotions?

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Sejanus is a saurical tragedy, by:

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Novel ‘The elgoist’ ascribed as a comedy in narrative was written by:

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The legend of ‘Holygrail’ provides the frame work of ……………poem:

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Synesthesia means:

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According to T.S. Eliot unified sensibility of …………was the most assiduous imitation:

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‘Waiting for Godot, was originally written in …………..language:

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Who wrote the poem ‘The Winding Stair’?

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Which of these is not a linguistic aspect of communicative competence?

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……………is considered to be the pioneer of stream of consciousness techniques in modern fiction:

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George Elict produced her first full length novel, Adam Bede, at the age of :

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“The Pickwick Papers” is a novel by:

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A poem morning someone’s death is called:

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How does Gulliver earn the title of Nardac in Lilliput?

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According to Hardy’s own classification his novels fall into ……………groups:

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Which of the following Hardy’s novel describes a deadly war waged between flesh and spirit?

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Fictional scientific romance ‘Tim machine the visible man, was written by:

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Which is the famous elegy written by Shelley?

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Why according to Polonius, has Hamlet gone mad?

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13 thoughts on “PPSC FPSC KPPSC BPSC SPSC Lecturer English Online Test No. 5

  1. Sir In Question 19 Polonius considered why Hamlet gone mad?
    The correct answer is: he falls in love with Ophellia whereas you corrected He girvess too much for his father. This was the perception of his Uncle and step-father

  2. A.a polonious said Hamlet has gone mad because he is in love with Ophelia. Plz test 5 k 17 q k ans ki correction kr dain
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  3. “The Pickwick Papers” is a novel by:
    Jane Austen
    Thackery
    Fielding
    Charles Dickens
    Ans given fielding while correct is charels dickens in test 5

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