Program 40, Quiz 32

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  • QUIZ NR 32
  • 25 QUESTIONS 
  • 25 MINUTE
  • GOOD LUCK
Name
1.

00024; Extension of meaning or … means extension of the word-range. Most words begin as specific names for things. Often, how­ever, this precise denotation is quickly lost and the word's meaning is extended and generalised.

2.

00016; Tales of a Traveller

3.

00008. The subjunctive mood in subject clause

4.

0007; The subjunctive mood in subject clause

5.

00021; … has been syntactically defined for instance as "the minimum sen­tence" by H. Sweet and much later by L. Bloomfield as "a minimum free form".

6.

00009. The subjunctive mood in object clauses

7.

0006; Choose the wrong statement

8.

00034; In the process of speaking a word of more or less pleas­ant or at least inoffensive connotation becomes synonymous to one that is harsh, obscene, indelicate or otherwise unpleasant. As the "offensive" referents, for which these words stand, must still be alluded to, they are often described in a round-about way, by using substitutes called …

9.

00020; Which does not belong to Jack London? Open end test

10.

00036; ...speaking names (Miss Sharp. Scrooge McDuck. Sponge Bob.)

11.

00029; If after deducing the affix the remaining stem is not homonymous to a separate word of the same root, we call it …

12.

00026; Affixes are sub­divided according to their position into… open end test

13.

00017; Happy Life of Francis Macomber, Men Without Women, Winner Take Nothing

14.

00018; Francis Scott Fitzgerald

15.

00015; Which of the given doesn't belong to  John Ronald Reuel Tolkien?

16.

00035;  .....coveys the subjective attitude of the writer as it is used to characterize an object and pointing out to the reader some properties or features of the object. ....aims at evaluation of these properties or features.

17.

00010; The subjunctive mood in complex sentences with adverbial clauses of condition

18.

0004; Choose the wrong statement

19.

00011; Edward Morgan Forster

20.

00013; Thomas Stearns Eliot

21.

00025; Stylistically coloured words are classified into … 

22.

00031; Suffixes -age, -ance/-ence, -dom, -ee, -eer, -er,-ess, -hood are …

23.

00014; William Golding

24.

00023; The conceptual content of a word is expressed in its …

25.

00019; Which does not belong to Jack London?


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