REET Official Answer Key 27 Feb 2023 English | REET Answer Key 27 Feb Level – II

Q61. जिस शैक्षिक सैटेलाइट द्वारा पूरे भारत में शैक्षिक कार्यक्रमों को बढ़ावा दिया जाता है, उसका नाम है-
(A) एज्यूसेट
(C) कम्प्यूसेट
(B) डाटासेट
(D) वैल्यूसेट

Q62. बागौर साहिब एक ऐतिहासिक गुरुद्वारा है, जहाँ श्री गुरु गोविन्द सिंह जी अपनी पंजाब यात्रा के समय रुके थे, यह स्थित है
(A) भीलवाड़ा में
(B) हनुमानगढ़ में
(C) झुंझुनू में
(D) बीकानेर में

Q63. मुख्य मंत्री लघु उद्योग प्रोत्साहन योजना के अन्तर्गत नवीन उद्यमों की स्थापना हेतु कितनी राशि तक का अनुदानित ऋण उपलब्ध करवाया जाता है?
(A) ₹10 करोड
(B) ₹7 करोड़
(C) ₹5 करोड
(D) ₹2 करोड़

Q64. निम्नलिखित में से किसे पुरस्कार 2017-18 प्रदान ‘रोलबॉल’ के क्षेत्र में गुरु वशिष्ट किया गया?
(A) राजेश कुमार टेलर
(B) महेश कुमार रंगा
(C) रमेश सिंह
(D) रामदेव शर्मा

Q65. गैर-मौखिक संचार में शामिल नहीं है
(A) हावभाव
(B) आँखों से सम्पर्क
(C) शब्द
(D) हाथों की हरकत

Q66. Read the passage carefully and answer the question that follow.

We all want to live well, and when it is time. die well too. This is the essence of most human aspirations, within this, much, if not most, of human endeavour is dedicated to living well and the outcome reflects it. Humans have achieved much in terms of living well We have managed to acquire more comfort and convenience than any other generation in the past. However, when it comes to dying well. it cannot be said that we die in any way better than our ancestor

All human efforts are dedicated to –
(A) living well
(B) dying well
(C) travelling
(D) exploring

Q67. The synonym of the word ‘confess’ is-
(A) refuse
(B) decline
(C) admit
(D) deny

Read the following passage and answer the question nos. (68 and 69 in)

I worked for a brief while in a college in Delhi, and among my more uncomfortable memories is a language exercise, I gave a group of eight undergraduates: I asked them to imagine that they had already graduated and wanted them to write an application for a suitable job. Seven of the eight students wrote applications for the jobs of clerks. Even in one of the good universities, and in a college that had a reputation for its academic standards, the system had snuffed out all youthful ambition.

Even the highest youthful ambition in the prestigious colleges is to pass the competitive examination for appointments in the administrative services, and there are colleges that are more proud of the bureaucrats among their alumni than of any scholars, scientists or leaders of opinion. And these latter, understandably, are a small number. Students derive the meanness of their ambitions from the meanness of the goals that the colleges propose to themselves. And of the most ambitious, as well as of the least, among the students, it could be said that they think more of what society will do to or for them, than of what they would be able to do for and to society. This is an excellent apprenticeship for joining the ranks of hirelings or of the unemployed.

Q68. What according to the writer is the highest youthful ambition in the best colleges?
(A) to become a scholar
(B) to become a scientist
(C) to become doctors and engineers
(D) to become a bureaucrat

Q69. Snuffed out means:
(A) encouraged
(B) urged
(C) killed
(D) instilled

Q70. Choose the appropriate modal as per the concept in bracket to fill in the blank.
I __ be sixteen on Monday. (Simple futurity)
(A) Can
(B) should
(C) ought to
(D) shall

Q71. Choose the correct one-word substitution for the given phrase:
A person who thinks of only himself.
(A) Egoist
(B) Proud
(C) Eccentric
(D) Boaster

Q72. Choose the correct phonetic transcription of the given word from the options that follow:
‘Apple’
(A) |æpl|
(B) |e’pal|
(C) |elpl|
(D) | apl

Q73. Choose the correct passive voice of the given sentence from the options that follow:
Does she speak English?
(A) Was English spoken by her?
(B) Has English been spoken by her?
(C) Is English spoken by her?
(D) Had English been spoken by her?

Q74. Choose the correct indirect speech of the given sentence from the options that follow:
He said to me, “How is your mother?”
(A) He asked me how my mother is.
(B) He said to me how your mother was.
(C) He asked me how my mother was.
(D) He asked me how was my mother.

Q75. Choose the correct form of the verb in brackets from the options that follow:
I (meet) him yesterday.
(A) met
(B) have met
(C) would meet
(D) might meet

Q76. Change the following sentence into active voice from the options given below:
He was accused of theft.
(A) People accuse him of theft.
(B) People accused him of theft.
(C) Theft accused to him.
(D) People accused of theft.

Q77. Identify the correct part of speech of the underlined word, choosing from the options that follow:
It rained heavily.
(A) Adverb
(B) Adjective
(C) Preposition
(D) Verb

Q78. Choose the correct word that matches the given phonetic transcription from the options that follow:
/keʊ1d/
(A) cold
(B) culled
(C) called
(D) cooled

Q79. Choose the correct option for the following incorrect sentence.
If it rains, I would not go to the park.
(A) I was not going to the park if it rains.
(B) I would not be going to the park if it rains.
(C) I should not go to the park if it rains.
(D) If it rains, I will not go to the park. Choose the correct option.

Q80. “The sun smiled down on the flowers and the light danced on them” is an example of:
(A) oxymoron
(B) irony
(C) personification
(D) sarcasm


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