Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Workshop on Research Methodology,Academic Writing and Publishing

Research Methodology, Academic Writing and Publishing in English – 
A One Month Online Workshop-cum-Certificate Course
As part of a slew of initiatives geared towards improving and enhancing the quality of Academic Research in the country, All India Forum for English Students, Scholars and Trainers (AIFEST), in collaboration with Aesthetique International Literary Journal (E-ISSN 2456-1754) and NTA NET English Broadcast, is conducting a 1 month online workshop-cum-certificate course from 01 August 2021 to 31 August 2021. The entire course will be conducted online via Google Meet and YouTube. The number of seats is limited so that each participant receives individual attention and training from experts. The fee for the entire course is Rs 2000. The details of the course are given below:
• Course Duration: 1 Month – 01 August 2021 to 31 August 2021
• Mode of Delivery: Daily Video Lectures and Live Interactive Sessions, via YouTube and Google Meet
• Timing: YouTube Lectures will be from 6pm to 7pm followed by Live Interactive Sessions from 9 pm onwards, on all weekdays. Participants can attend the lectures at their convenience. The lectures and the recorded interactive sessions will be accessible to registered participants as long as they wish.
• Course Fees: Rs 2000/- including course lectures, e-books, course materials, video tutorials, individual guidance for research and e-certificate. The proceedings from this workshop minus the expenses will go straight to AIFEST Covid Relief Fund for English Students and Scholars.
Registration
To apply for the course, fill the Google Form: https://forms.gle/boYXfp9CycZT88oF6
Once we receive your application, it will be scrutinized, and if selected, you will be intimated via email and WhatsApp. Payment should be made only after you get selection confirmation. Priority will be given to research scholars, MA English students and faculty members. 
Course Content / Syllabus
 How to write a Proposal for PhD
 How to write a Research Paper / Article – Abstract, Full Paper, Referencing
 How to start/restart Research – A step-by-step Guide
 How and Where to publish my Research papers
 How to get my paper accepted by Journals – Dos and don’ts
 How to Register for PhD and find a suitable topic for Research
 How to find a Guide and a Research Centre
 Literature Review and Research Methodology for English
 How to publish without payment in reputed Journals
 UGC Care listed journals and Scopus Indexed Journals – Lists to Choose From
 List of Scopus journals in English, List of Fake Care Listed Journals & Websites
 Where should I publish to improve API / for CAS/ promotion/ research purposes
 How to Become a Good Author without Shortcuts
 How to get my book/poetry/thesis published as EBook and Paperback at cheap cost
 Editing, Proofreading and Publishing
 ISSN, E-ISSN, ISBN and E-ISBN– Advantages and Disadvantages
 Is theory a must? How to apply a theory to the text I have chosen?
 How to do Research in Cultural Studies / Comparative Cultural Studies?
 Research Resources and Digital Tools for Research
 Plagiarism, paraphrasing and plagiarism removal – All you need to know
 Urkund and Turnitin – What and How + Training on How to Use
 Which Seminars and Conferences to attend? Why?
 Shoud I pay for publishing my Research – Why and Why not
 Impact factor,  H-Index, DOI, Researchgate, Academia, ORCID, N-List
 Assistance in creating free ResearchGate, ORCID, Author & Publisher IDs
 Free Memberships in International and National Forums
 How to complete a PhD within 2 Years
 Publishing in Science / Interdisciplinary Journals – Will it be Useful?
 The New National Educational Policy: Implications for Institutions, Teachers, Researchers and Students
 How to Adapt and Adopt to the New Normal and Next Normal – Impact, Retrospect and Prospect
 How to Groom Myself for my Dream Job / How to be an Asset to my Institution
Assignments
For the successful completion of the course, all participants are required to complete two assignments that will be given during the course. All assignments can be done by participants at their convenience. Assignment 1 is compulsory for all, participants can choose one from Assignments 2, 3 and 4.
Assignment 1: Answer a set of 50 MCQ questions based on the topics discussed during the lectures. 50% marks shall be secured for a pass.
Assignment 2: Answer an Essay Question in 200 words based on one of the four themes discussed during the workshop. Books, Internet and other sources can be referred but plagiarism is not allowed.
Assignment 3: Publish your own E-book / Paperback (Fiction / Poetry Collection / Other Non-Fiction / Thesis: Individual guidance will be provided). 
Assignment 4: Prepare a Research proposal / research article (Individual guidance will be provided)
At the successful completion of the course, you will receive
1. A digital certificate of course completion certified by AIFEST, Aesthetique Literary Journal and the course coordinator
2. Assistance in creating free ResearchGate/ORCID ids, and Author & Publisher dashboards
3. Lifetime membership at AIFEST
4. Free lifetime access to the course contents
5. Membership at Pickwick Papers Group
For clarification, or if you have any queries, please contact
Course Coordinator Prof. Manu Mangattu (WhatsApp: +91-9496322323)
Email: aifest.workshop@gmail.com
For more details regarding the course/ to find the feedback by participants who attended this course in 2020 visit our blog page:
https://forum4english.blogspot.com/2021/07/research-methodology-academic-writing.html

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Analysis of Nissim Ezekiel's poem GOOD BYE PARTY FOR MISS PUSHPA T.S.

Overview:

Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa TS is engraved by Indian Jewish Poet Nissim Ezekiel. He is an autonomous emblem in the literary foundation of India precisely when inferring to English poetry. Ezekiel has been hailed for perceptive and well-designed diction. He’s been commended for his contemporary and obsolete ideas with an aroma of logical and pragmatic sensibility, endorsing the modern-day dilemmas in a vogue way. He’s given an exotic highway to Indian English literature, with inoculating a the conception of testimony in young Indian writers.


Introduction:

Goodbye party for Miss Pushpa TS is a hoax to the way South Asian lineage (particularly Indians) use the English language in their conversation. The poet sheds glimmer on the dialect of traditional people by the silhouette of humorous poetry. Grammatical negligence, pseudo sentence structure, and idioms have a candid connotation in the Indian language. The utterances of the poem may sound odd to some bilingual English speakers and jovial to others. The poem also, somehow, imitates the cultural and conventional obsessions of the South Asian nation. 

The poem is an oration by one of the comrades of Miss Pushpa to farewell her.

Summary:

Miss Pushpa, who’s going to relinquish India is given a “Goodbye Party” by her friends. The poem is entirely based on the discourse of a colleague of Miss Pushpa (who’s plausible a male).

At the inception of his speech, he adores Miss Pushpa's sweetness, which is insured in her internal well as external disposition. He accolades her smiling face and congenial nature. The poet concocts the superfluous use of continuous tense, though it’s substandard and erroneous.

In the successive stanza, the narrator reminisces the audience of the background of Miss Pushpa by letting out that she belongs to the allied class and her father was an advocate. He goes on with and proclaims that he doesn’t remember that her father was a diplomat in which region either Bulsar or Surat. 

However, soon someone reminds him, that it was Surat. The poet has disparaged the spontaneous and extemporaneous speech of Indians- which is a type of South Asian culture. 

In the proceeding stanza, he reimburses to main the theme of the tenderness of Miss Pushpa and her inclined temperament. She’s always there to assist everyone and she always concedes with “I will do it”.  The narrator declares her a generous soul. 

The poet humiliates the nostalgic and extravagant enunciating mode of Desi people. 

In the last verse of the poem, rhetorical declares Miss Pushpa as an industrious and tireless person and appreciates her alacrity for work. The poet again exemplifies the grammatical fallacies made by Indians by demonstrating the use of “just” and “only”.

Analysis:

The poem is a farewell speech delivered by one of the collaborators of Miss Pushpa.

He endorses Miss Pushpa for her compassion and empathy. He upholds her for her hard endeavor and honor.

 However, on the other side of this dialogue, the poet characterizes a social quandary in our society. Though, emancipated from the corporal slavery of the British but still, we are authorized by cognitive servitude. The author emphasizes our illegal use of the English language when we have a much promising mode of communication. Why don’t we crave our mother tongue and how long will this detention of ours last? How long will it take for us to acknowledge ourselves and commemorate our tariffs, our traditions, and our language?


Goodbye Party for Miss Pushpa T.S. :


Friends,

our dear sister

is departing for foreign

in two three days,

and

we are meeting today

to wish her bon voyage.


You are all knowing, friends,

What sweetness is in Miss Pushpa.

I don't mean only external sweetness

but internal sweetness.

Miss Pushpa is smiling and smiling

even for no reason but simply because

she is feeling.


Miss Pushpa is coming

from very high family.

Her father was renowned advocate

in Bulsar or Surat,

I am not remembering now which place.


Surat? Ah, yes,

once only I stayed in Surat

with family members

of my uncle's very old friend-

his wife was cooking nicely…

that was long time ago.


Coming back to Miss Pushpa

she is most popular lady

with men also and ladies also.


Whenever I asked her to do anything,

she was saying, 'Just now only

I will do it.' That is showing

good spirit. I am always

appreciating the good spirit.


Pushpa Miss is never saying no.

Whatever I or anybody is asking

she is always saying yes,

and today she is going

to improve her prospect

and we are wishing her bon voyage.

Now I ask other speakers to speak

and afterwards Miss Pushpa

will do summing up.


By Nissim Ezekiel


Monday, July 26, 2021

UNIT_6. INDIAN LITERATURE IN ENGLISH 50 MCQS by Dr Mukesh Kumar Pareek

An Objective Approach to Indian Literature in English

50 MCQS

1- Song of Radha, the Milkman is written by

A- Sarojini Naidu

B-K.P Dutt

C-R.C Dutt

D-Aru Dutt

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2- Manmohan Ghose was the elder brother of

A- Sri Aurobindo 

B-ICR Ghose

C-R.G Dutt

D-S.C Dutt

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3- Name the poet who composed the Ancient Legends and Ballads of Hindustan

A- Toru Dutt 

B-Sri Aurobindo

C-Sarojini Naidu

D-R.C Dutt

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4- A critic said that Toru Dutt was ”a classic writer” who placed her country and was the first to do so on the international map of letters ho was the critic?

A- Padmini Sen Gupta

B-M.K Naik

C-K.R.S Lyengar

D-Sri Aurobindo

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5- Who among the following poets was influenced by Kabir and rendered some of his verses into English?

A- R.N Tagore 

B-Sri Aurobindo

C-Sarojini Naidu

D-Toru Dutt

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6- Identify the correct group of poets who were influenced by Tagore’s mysticism and poetry.

A- Harte Crane- Ezra Pound

B-Robert Frost-Wallace Stevens

C-W.H Auden

D-None

 

7- In 1913 Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature for the English translation of

A- The Gitanjali 

B-Fruit Gathering

C-Lover’s Gift

D-None

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8- Savitri an epic in blank verse was written by

A- Sri Aurobindo   

B-R.N Tagore

C- Toru Dutt

D-Sarojini Naidu

 

9- Who is the first celebrated poet in Indian English poetry?

A-Henry Derozio 

B-Nissim Ezelkiel

C-B.M Malasbari

D-None

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10- Nissim Ezekiel ”was the first Indian poet to express a modern Indian sensibility in modern idiom” Who said

A- K.N Daruwalla   

B-A.K Ramanujan

C-Jayant Mahapatra

D-Dilip Citra

 

11-” I regard myself as an Indian poet writing in English” Who said these words about his own poetry?

A- Nissim Ezekiel   

B-Dom Morals

C-K.N Daruwalla

D-Kamala Das

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12- K.N Daruwalla was awarded the Sahitya Academy Award for —–in 1984?

A- The Keeper of the Dead

B-Landscape

B-Crossing of Rivers

D-Apparition in April

 

13-A professor of physics turned a poet at the age of forty in 1968 Who is the poet.

A- Jayant Mahapatra 

B-Shiva K Kumar

C-Nissim Ezekiel

D-None

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14- Which of Mahatma Gandhi’s works is one of the imperishable classics of our time?

A- The story of My Experiments with Truth 

B- Hind Swaraj

C-Young India

D-None

 

15-Who is the author of Glimpses of World history and the discovery of India?

A- J.L Nehru   

B- MK Gandhi

C-Rajgopalchari

D-B.G Tilak

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16-Which of the following works is not written by Dr. S Radhakrishna?

A- The Future Poetry   

B-The Hindu View of life

C-Kalki

D-An Idealist view of life

 

17- Who wrote My Days and My Dateless Diary?

A- R.K Narayan   

B-Dom Morals

C-K.M Pannikar

D-Frank Morals

 

18- In which year Khuswant Singh’s Truth, Love, and A little Malice appeared?

A-2002 

B-1999

C-2000

D-None

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19- Who among the following novelists translated from Bangla into English The Lake of Palms and The Slave Girl of Agra?

A- R.C Dutta     

B-S.B Banerjee

C-Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

D-None

 

20- K.S Venkatramani’s novel Kandan, The Patriot which is akin to Pearl S Buck’s The Good Earth is set against the background of

A- Civil Disobedience Movement 

B-Salt Satyagrah

C-Quit India Movement

D-NONE

 

21- Which is the debut novel written in 1935 by Mulkraj Anand?

A- The Untouchable     

B-The Road

C-Coolie

D-Two Leaves and A Bud

 

22- Bakha is the central character in Anand’s

A-Untouchable 

B-The Road

C-The Bubble

D-Coolie

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23-Who was the winner of the first Sahitya Academy Award?

A- R.K Narayan 

B-Raja Rao

C-K.S Venkatramani

D-Mulkraj Anad

 

24- Mulkraj Anand was awarded the Sahitya Academy award for

A- Morning Face 

B-The Bubble

C-The Big Heart

D-None

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25- Who among the following novelists pioneered the regional novel in the Indian English novel?

A- R.K Narayn       

B-K.S Venkatramani

C-Mulkraj Anand

D-None

 

26- R.K Narayan created the region known as

A- Malgudi     

B-Lake District

C-Waverly

D-Wessex

 

27- Ramaswamy is a character in

A- Raja Rao’s serpent and the rope   

B-R.K Narayan’s The Guide

C-Anand’s Associate Play

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28- Kamala Markandaya is the pseudonym of

A-Kamala Purnaiya Taylor   

B-Kamala Das

C-Madhavi Kutty

D-None

 

30- Nathan and Rukmani are characters hi Kamala Markandya’s

A-Nectar in A Sieve 

B-A Handful of Rice

C-A Silence of Desire

D-None

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31- Who is the author of Bye-bye Blackbird?

A-Anita Desai   

B-Kalama Das

C-Ruth P Jhabvala

D-Kamala Markandya

 

32-Bianca was written by

A- Toru Dutt 

B-Aru Dutt

C-R.C Dutt

D-S.C Dutt

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33-Madhavi Kutti is the maiden name of

A-Kamala Das 

B-Anita Desai

C-Bharati Mukherjee

D-None

 

34-Salman Rushdie won the Booker of Bookers Award in 1993 for

A- Midnight Children

B-The Satanic Verses

C-Grinus

D-Shame

 

35-Bhabani Bhattacharya was awarded the Sahitya Academy Award for his famous novel

A-Shadow from Ladhak 

B-A Goddess Named Gold

C-So Many Hungers

D-None

 

36- Which is the latest novel published in 2005 of Salman Rushdie?

A- Shalimar the clown   

B-The Moor’s last sigh

C-The Satanic Verses

D-Fury

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37-The Company of Women and Delhi are novels written by

A- Khushwant Singh   

B-Chaman Mahal

C-Manohar Malgonkar

D-Vikram Seth

 

38- Who among the following novelist was included by Camu, Sartre, Kierkegaard the Gita and Mahatma Gandhi

A- Arun Joshi   

B-Bhanbani Chattacharya

C-Upmanyu Chatterjee

D-None

 

39-Vikram Seth’s famous biography two lives was published in

A-2005   

B-2002

C-2004

D-2006

 

40-English August An Indian Story is a famous novel written by

A- Upmanyu Chatterjee   

B-V.N Arora

C-Vikram Seth

D-Ranga Rao

 

41- David Davidar in his debut novel The House of Blue Mangoes created a fictional region know as

A- Chevathar     

B-Malgudi

C-Hark Pradesh

D-Brij Bhumi

 

42-Name of the author of the following novels one Night at the Call center and Five points someone

A-Chetan Bhagat 

B-Vikram Chandra

C-Pico Lyer

D-Anurag Mathur

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43- Attia Hossain’s only novel is the story of Laila’s revolt against the joint family system name the novel

A- Sunlight on a Broken column 

B-A stronger climate

C-The Zigag way

D-None

 

44-Arundhati Roy’s debut novel The God of mall Things appeared in

A-1997   

B-1998

C-2000

D-2001

 

45- G.V Desai’s Hali is

A- An autobiographical playing poetic prose

B-A political and social play

C- A Romantic play on love in verse

D-None

 

46- Shiva K Kumar wrote

A- Last Weddin Anniversary 

B-Jakhoo Villa

C-Tiger’s Claw

D-None

 

47- Who among the following dramatists introduced documentary and critic technique in Indian English drama?

A-Asif Currimbhoy 

B-G.V Gesani

C-J.M Billimoria

D-Nissim Ezekiel

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48-Grish Karnard’s Tughlaq and Tale Danda are

A-Historical Plays

B-Realistic Plays

C-Romantic Plays

D-None

 

49-Identify the plays in which Karnad uses folk tales

A-Hayavadana- Naga Mandala 

B-The fire and the rain

C-Tuglaq-Tale Danda

D-nONE

 

50- Mahesh Dattani got the Sahitya Academy Award in 1998 for his famous play

A- Final Solutions 

B-Do the Needful

C-Tara

D-None






Sunday, July 25, 2021

76 MCQS ON LINGUISTICS FOR NET ENGLISH LITERATURE by Dr Mukesh Kumar Pareek

 76 Linguistics mcqs for NET English Literature
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1.The classification of vowels into half__close vowels and half__open vowels is based on ________________?
[A] The position of the lips
[B] The part of the tongue that is raised
[C] The height to which the tongue is raised
[D] All the above
Answer: The height to which the tongue is raised

2 Which among the following are bilabial plosive sounds in English?
[A] /p/ & /b/
[B] /m/ & /v/
[C] /t/ &/d/
[D] /k/ & /g/
Answer: /p/ & /b/
3 The /p/ in ‘top__most’ is a ______________?
[A] Bilabial plosion
[B] Alveolar plosion
[C] Nasal plosion
[D] Incomplete plosion.
Answer: Nasal plosion
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4 The /d/ in ‘middle’ is an instance of __________________?
[A] Lateral plosion
[B] Alveolar plosion
[C] Nasal plosion
[D] Incomplete plosion
Answer: Lateral plosion
5 ______________________is a processes of word formation wherein new words are coined by combining the segments of two different existing words?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Backformation
Answer: Portmanteau
6 ______________involves a different analysis of the structure of the word by attaching a consonant at the end of a word or a vowel at the beginning of the next word ?
[A] Portmanteau
[B] Onomatopoeia
[C] Clipping
[D] Met analysis
Answer: Met analysis
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7 _____________________is a processes of word formation whereby new words are formed by subtracting a root by deleting final syllable which is misunderstood as a suffix?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Backformation.
Answer: Backformation.
8 Words such as ‘smog’ and ‘motel’ are instances of ____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Backformation
Answer: Portmanteau
9 Words such as ‘edit’ and ‘house__keep’ are instances of ____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Backformation
Answer: Backformation
10 Words such as ‘UNESCO’ and ‘RADAR’ are instances of ____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Acronym
[C] Re__duplicates
[D] Conversion
Answer: Acronym
11 Which among the following is an example for portmanteau__________________?
[A] Smog
[B] UNESCO
[C] Buzz
[D] Edit
Answer: Smog
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12 The classification of vowels into close vowels and open vowels is based on ________________?
[A] The position of the lips
[B] The part of the tongue that is raised
[C] The height to which the tongue is raised
[D] All the above
Answer: The height to which the tongue is raised
13 The classification of vowels into high vowels and low vowels is based on ____________?
[A] The position of the lips
[B] The part of the tongue that is raised
[C] The height to which the tongue is raised
[D] All the above
Answer: The height to which the tongue is raised
14 The classification of vowels into front vowels and back vowels is based on ________________ ?
[A] The position of the lips
[B] The part of the tongue that is raised
[C] The height to which the tongue is raised
[D] All the above
Answer: The part of the tongue that is raised
15 On the basis of the criterion of the state of the tension of the tongue, vowels can be classified into______________?
[A] Round vowels & unrounded vowels
[B] Front vowels & back vowels
[C] High vowels & low vowels
[D] Tense vowels &lax vowels
Answer: Tense vowels &lax vowels
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16 According to the part of the tongue that is raised, vowels can be classified into__________?
[A] Round vowels & unrounded vowels
[B] Front vowels & back vowels
[C] High vowels & low vowels
[D] Tense vowels &lax vowels
Answer: Front vowels & back vowels
17 Which among the following dimensions can the vowels in English be classified ?
[A] The position of the lips
[B] The part of the tongue that is raised
[C] The height to which the tongue is raised
[D] All the above
Answer: The position of the lips
18 The phonemes which do not occur in the same linguistic environment and which when occur so, do not bring about a change in meaning are said to be in __________?
[A] Complementary distribution
[B] Contrastive distribution
[C] Non__complementary distribution
[D] None of the above
Answer: Complementary distribution
19 The pronunciation of English practised by the educated people at the public schools came to be called____________?
[A] Standard English
[B] Received Pronunciation
[C] Standard pronunciation
[D] Recognized pronunciation
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20 The IPA came into existence in the year__________?
[A] 1889
[B] 1998
[C] 1989
[D] 1888
Answer: 1998
21 The word ‘examination’ is a ____________word?
[A] Monosyllabic
[B] Disyllabic
[C] Try syllabic
[D] Polysyllabic
Answer: Polysyllabic
22 The /k/ in ‘kill’ and ‘skill’ are ________________?
[A] Allophones
[B] Allomorphs
[C] Morpheme variants
[D] Minimal pairs
Answer: Allophones

23 The clear /l/ and the dark /l/ may be considered to be the ______________________of the same phoneme /l/?
[A] Allophones
[B] Allomorphs
[C] Morpheme variants
[D] Minimal pairs
Answer: Allophones
24 Which among the following are the main properties of grammar ?
[A] To account by its rules for the infinite sentences of a language
[B] To be explicit about the grammaticality of sentences
[C] To predict all and the only possible grammatical sentences of a language
[D] All the above
Answer: All the above
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25 The theory of Transformational Generative Grammar is contained in ____________?
[A] Chomsky’s “Syntactic Structures”
[B] Chomsky’s “Aspects of the theory of Syntax”
[C] Leonard Bloomfield’s “Language”
[D] Both “a’ & “b”
Answer: Both “a’ & “b”
26 The two great linguists who have contributed much to frame the device of Immediate Constituent analysis are__________________?
[A] Leonard Bloomfield & Noam Chomsky
[B] Leonard Bloomfield & Max__Muller
[C] Max__Muller & Herman Gundert
[D] Edward Sapir & Ferdinand de Saussure
Answer: Leonard Bloomfield & Noam Chomsky
27 __________is a method of word formation whereby on or more syllables are removed from longer words ?
[A] Portmanteau
[B] Onomatopoeia
[C] Clipping
[D] Metanalysis
Answer: Clipping
28 The – s in ‘she sings well’ is ____________?
[A] An adjective forming morpheme
[B] Plural morpheme
[C] Possessive morpheme
[D] Morpheme signaling third person singular
Answer: Morpheme signaling third person singular
29 The –or in actor is_________________?
[A] An adjective forming morpheme
[B] Plural morpheme
[C] Possessive morpheme
[D] Noun forming morpheme
Answer: Noun forming morpheme
30 The –s in ‘john’s’ is __________?
[A] An adjective forming morpheme
[B] Plural morpheme
[C] Possessive morpheme
[D] Past morpheme
Answer: Plural morpheme
31 The –ish in the word ‘childish’ is ______________?
[A] An adjective forming morpheme
[B] Plural morpheme
[C] Possessive morpheme
[D] Past morpheme
Answer: An adjective forming morpheme
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32 The final consonants /s/, /z/ and /iz/ in the words ‘cats’, ‘dogs’ and ‘boxes’ are instances of ______________?
[A] Allophones
[B] Allomorphs
[C] Minimal pairs
[D] None of the above
Answer: Allophones
33 The form ‘dog’ is a __________morphemE?
[A] A free morpheme
[B] Free variation
[C] Bound morpheme
[D] None of these
Answer: A free morpheme
34 A minimal meaningful unit in the grammatical system of a language is called__________?
[A] Syllable
[B] Phoneme
[C] Morpheme
[D] Allomorph
Answer: Morpheme
35 /m/ is a ______________consonant?
[A] Bilabial
[B] Bilabial__nasal
[C] Velar
[D] Glottal
Answer: Bilabial__nasal
36 How many types of phonetic transcriptions are generally followed ?
[A] Only one
[B] Two
[C] Innumerable
[D] None of the above
Answer: Two
37 The term________________refers to omissions of certain sounds, syllables or even words in continuous speech?
[A] Alliteration
[B] Assonance
[C] Elision
[D] None of the above
Answer: Elision
38 How many stressed are generally marked_____________?
[A] Only one
[B] Two
[C] Three
[D] Four
Answer: Two
39 ______________is the degree of force with which a sound of syllable is uttered ?
[A] Stress
[B] Pitch
[C] Intonation
[D] Juncture
Answer: Stress
40 ________________are also called secondary phonemes?
[A] Suprasegmentals
[B] Morphemes
[C] Allomorphs
[D] Allophones
Answer: Suprasegmentals
[A] Multisyllabic
[B] Disyllabic
[C] Try syllabic
[D] Polysyllabic
Answer: Multisyllabic
42 The final /n/ in the words ‘sudden’ and ‘mutton’ are __________________?
[A] Syllabic consonants
[B] Sibilants
[C] Suffixes
[D] None of the above
Answer: Syllabic consonants
43 Syllables in which the consonant functions as nucleus are called________?
[A] Syllabic consonants
[B] Sibilants
[C] Suffixes
[D] None of the above
Answer: Syllabic consonants
44 The word ‘bank’ in ‘on the banks on the river’ and ‘banks are financial institutions’ is called a____________?
[A] Allophones
[B] Homophones
[C] Homographs
[D] Homonyms
Answer: Homographs
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45 ______________________is used to designate words pronounced differently though identically?
[A] Allophones
[B] Homophones
[C] Homographs
[D] Homonyms
Answer: Homonyms
46 The term ______________is used to designate words which are spelt differently but pronounced alike and which are different in meaning ?
[A] Allophones
[B] Homophones
[C] Homographs
[D] Homonyms
Answer: Homophones
47 The consonants /j/ and /w/ are called__________?
[A] Semi__vowels
[B] Laterals
[C] Sibilants
[D] Trills
Answer: Semi__vowels
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48 How many nasal sounds are there in the English Language ?
[A] Two
[B] Three
[C] Four
[D] Five
Answer: Three
49 The ‘r’ in red is articulated as a______________?
[A] Trill
[B] Lateral
[C] Frictionless continuant
[D] Semi__vowel
Answer: Trill
50 The consonant /s/ is called ________ ?
[A] Sibilant
[B] Lateral
[C] Nasal
[D] Semi__vowel
Answer: Sibilant
51 /f/ and /v/ are called ?
[A] Plosives
[B] Affricates
[C] fricatives
[D] Trill
Answer: fricatives
52 The initial sound in ‘chair’ and ‘jam’ are examples for__________?
[A] Plosives
[B] Affricates
[C] fricatives
[D] Trill
Answer: Affricates
53 Which of the following patterns of intonation, is used to indicate that the speaker implies things which are not explicitly expressed____________?
[A] The falling
[B] The rising
[C] The fall__rise
[D] None of the above
Answer: The fall__rise
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54 Which of the following patterns of intonation is used in polite requests________________?
[A] The falling
[B] The rising
[C] The fall__rise
[D] None of the above
Answer: The rising
55 Which of the following patterns of intonation is used in listing the items ?
[A] The falling
[B] The rising
[C] The fall__rise
[D] None of the above
Answer: The falling
56 Which of the following patterns of intonation is used in commands_____________?
[A] The falling
[B] The rising
[C] The fall__rise
[D] None of the above
Answer: The falling
57 Which of the following patterns of intonation is used in declarative sentences uttered as ordinary statements ?
[A] The falling
[B] The rising
[C] The fall__rise
[D] None of the above
Answer: The falling
58 The preceding sound influencing the following sound is an instance of __________assimilation?
[A] Progressive
[B] Regressive
[C] Reciprocal
[D] None of the above
Answer: Progressive
59 The two sounds influencing each other and combine to produce a third sound is an instance of ________________assimilation?
[A] Progressive
[B] regressive
[C] reciprocal
[D] None of the above
Answer: reciprocal
60 In the pronunciation of the word ‘ink’ the alveolar /n/ becoming a velar sound is an instance of ____________?
[A] Progressive
[B] Regressive
[C] Reciprocal
[D] None of the above
Answer: Regressive

61 The special features which affect speech sounds such as stress, pitch intonation and juncture are called ______________?
[A] Supra__segmental phonemes
[B] Secondary phonemes
[C] Prosodic features
[D] All the above
Answer: All the above
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62 The initial sounds in the words ‘ship’, ‘church’ and ‘judge; are examples for__________?
[A] Palato__alveolar
[B] Palatal
[C] Velar
[D] Bilabial
Answer: Palato__alveolar
63 /f/and /v/ are______________?
[A] Dental
[B] Labio__dental
[C] Bilabial
[D] Alveolar
Answer: Labio__dental
64 ______________are sounds articulated in the glottis ?
[A] Glottal
[B] Velar
[C] Palatal
[D] None of the above
Answer: Glottal
65 __________are articulated by raising the front of the tongue towards the hard palate ?
[A] Post__alveolar
[B] Palate__alveolar
[C] Palatal
[D] Velar
Answer: Palatal
66 Sounds articulated by the tip of the tongue placed against the upper teeth are called___________________?
[A] Dental
[B] Labio__dental
[C] Bilabial
[D] Alveolar
Answer: Dental
67 Sounds articulated by two lips are called ____________?
[A] Dental
[B] Bilabial
[C] Labio__dental
[D] Alveolar
Answer: Bilabial
68 ________ is a unit of speech which is at a level higher than the speech sound or phoneme ?
[A] Syllable
[B] Stress
[C] Intonation
[D] Pitch
Answer: Syllable
69 ______________are words which differ only in one phoneme ?
[A] Diphthongs
[B] Triphthongs
[C] Semi__vowels
[D] Minimal pairs
Answer: Minimal pairs
70 ____________is a monosyllabic vowel combination of a diphthong and a the weak vowel?
[A] Triaphthong
[B] Triaphone
[C] Triphthong
[D] Triology
Answer: Triphthong
71 The study of meaning is called________?
[A] Phonology
[B] Morphology
[C] Syntax
[D] Semantics
Answer: Semantics
72 ______________is the scientific study of language ?
[A] Philology
[B] Phonology
[C] Phonetics
[D] linguistics
Answer: linguistics
73 Which among the following is an example for onomatopoeia ?
[A] Smog
[B] UNESCO
[C] Buzz
[D] edit
Answer: Buzz
74 Words composed of two or more elements that are identical or slightly different are called____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Acronym
[C] Re__duplicates
[D] Conversion
Answer: Re__duplicates
75 Words such as ‘phone’ and ‘photo’ are instances of ____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Clipping
Answer: Clipping
76 Words such as ‘black__leg’ and ‘flash__light’ are instances of ____________?
[A] Compounding
[B] Portmanteau
[C] Derivation
[D] Backformation
Answer: Compounding
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Friday, July 23, 2021

32 MCQS on Feminist Literary Theory and Women's Studies for NET English Literature

1.For which of the following reasons early feminist approaches to development have been criticised ?

(a) Only looking at women

(b) Not engaging with development agencies

(c) Having unrealistic aims

(d) Ignoring women’s roles in production

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (a), (b) and (d) only
(4) (c) and (d) only
Answer: (a), (b) and (d) only

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2.For which of the following reasons early feminist approaches to development have been criticised ?

(a) Only looking at women

(b) Not engaging with development agencies

(c) Having unrealistic aims

(d) Ignoring women’s roles in production

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c), (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (a), (b) and (d) only
(4) (c) and (d) only
Answer: (a), (b) and (d) only

3.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only

Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

4.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only

Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

5.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

6.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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7.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only
8.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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9.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

10.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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11.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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12.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

13.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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14. Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
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15.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only
Answer: (b), (c) and (d) only

16.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only

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17.Which of the following are correct about third wave feminism ?

(a) Emphasis on Women’s Rights Movements

(b) Emergence of Intersectionality

(c) Focus on a more post-structuralist interpretation of Gender

(d) Change in Gender Stereotypes

Code :
(1) (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(2) (a), (b) and (c) only
(3) (b), (c) and (d) only
(4) (b) and (c) only

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18.Which of the following thinkers viewed that Gender inequality comes from early childhood experiences which lead men to behave themselves to be masculine and women to behave themselves feminine ?
(1) Nancy Chodorow
(2) Dorothy Dinnerstein
(3) Kate Millett
(4) Sigmund Freud

Answer: Sigmund Freud

19.Among the following feminists who present a vision of ‘a women strong in mind and body who is not a slave to her passion, her husband or her children’ ?
(1) Mary Wollstone Craft
(2) Mary Dally
(3) Harriet Taylor
(4) Margaret Fuller

Answer: Mary Wollstone Craft

20.Which of the following group is not associated with Queer Theory ?
(1) Gay
(2) Heterophobic
(3) Transgender
(4) Homophobic

Answer: Heterophobic

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21.Who said ?

“The overthrow of mother right was the world historical defeat of the female sex. The man took command in the house also, the woman was degraded and reduced to servitude, she became the slave of his lust and a mere instrument for the production of his children.”

(1) Simone de Beauvoir
(2) Alison Jaggar
(3) Friederich Engels
(4) Clara Zetkin

Answer: Friederich Engels

22.Which of the following is a prominent ‘Subaltern’ thinker ?
(1) Anita Desai
(2) Gayatri Spivak
(3) Arundhati Roy
(4) Kamla Bhasin

Answer: Gayatri Spivak

23.Among the following who is not a woman environmentalist ?
(1) Wangari Muta Maathai
(2) Maria Cherkasova
(3) Rachel Carsen
(4) Mary Anderson

Answer: Mary Anderson
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24.What is the title of the play translated into 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries written by American play-wright, performer and activist – Eve Enster ?
(1) A Daughter’s Geography
(2) Missexual Mystery
(3) Vaginal Monologues
(4) Dialectics of Sex

Answer: Vaginal Monologues

25.Among the following liberal feminist who had the view that “so long as a woman is permitted to enter and leave the labour market at will, she is fully liberated” ?
(1) J.S. Mill
(2) Harriet Taylor
(3) Betty Friedan
(4) Elizabeth Holtzman

Answer: J.S. Mill
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26.Who started the Ladies Theosophical Society in India ?
(1) Rassundri Devi
(2) Swarnakumari Devi
(3) Pandita Ramabai
(4) Annie Besant

Answer: Swarnakumari Devi

27.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies
28.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies

29.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies
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30.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies

31.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies

32.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies

33.Who said that men’s relationship with nature was predatory from the beginning and in his lust for power, man establishes a similar relationship with women who seemed to be like nature ?
(1) Maria Mies
(2) Simon de Beauvoir
(3) Medha Patkar
(4) Robin Morgan

Answer: Maria Mies
🎯Dr Mukesh Kumar Pareek
🎯15 NET/3 JRF/2M.Phil
🎯Expert of Experts
🎯Call 9828402032 for best and highly Researched descriptive and objective type study material

Front Mutation or I -Mutation

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