PROGRAM 40, SINAQ 133

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  • QUIZ NR 33
  • 50 QUESTIONS 
  • 60 MINUTE
  • GOOD LUCK
Name
1.

00046;  Choose the affix examples primary stress is on the last syllable of the stem.  open end test

2.

00049; Choose the wrong statement.

3.

0005; Choose the wrong statement

4.

0006; Choose the wrong statement

5.

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

6.

00012; Which of the given was not written by Virginia Woolf?

7.

00037; The subjunctive mood in adverbial clauses of purpose

8.

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

9.

00018; Francis Scott Fitzgerald

10.

00030; Suffixes –ate, -er, -en, -fy/-ify, -ize,  -ish are …

11.

00039;  The subjunctive mood in a simple sentence

12.

0003; Choose the wrong statement

13.

0007; The subjunctive mood in subject clause

14.

00033; … are words coinciding in all their shades of meaning and in all their stylistic characteristics

15.

0050; palatalize, stressed, syllable

16.

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

17.

00014; William Golding

18.

00048;  Choose the wrong statement

19.

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 …

20.

00043; What is stress?

21.

00047;  Suffixes that do not affect stress placement  open end test

22.

00019; Which does not belong to Jack London?

23.

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

24.

00042;  Choose the wrong statement.

25.

00016; Tales of a Traveller

26.

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.

27.

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".

28.

00025; Stylistically coloured words are classified into … 

29.

000045; What is pitch?

30.

0001; Choose the wrong statement

31.

00044;  Choose the wrong statement.

32.

00032; Homophones

33.

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

34.

00040; Choose the correct transcription. (from the weak forms point of view)

35.

000022; …  is defined as an expression in speech of relationships be­tween words based on contrastive features of arrangements in which they occur.

36.

00041; Choose the wrong statement.

37.

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

38.

00013; Thomas Stearns Eliot

39.

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

40.

0004; Choose the wrong statement

41.

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

42.

0002; Choose the wrong statement

43.

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.

44.

00027; … is defined as a positional variant of a morpheme occurring in a specific environment and so characterised by complemen­tary distribution

45.

00009. The subjunctive mood in object clauses

46.

00028; Shortening of words in written speech results in … which are signs representing words and word-groups of high frequency of occurrence in various spheres of human activity.  

47.

00028; Words that have been shortened at the end are called …

48.

00008. The subjunctive mood in subject clause

49.

00011; Edward Morgan Forster

50.

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


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