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University Name: Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Course: BSc, B.com Degree Part 2
Exam Type: Part 2 Examination 2020
Session: 2018-21
Category: LNMU Previous Year Question Paper
Paper: English 50 marks Paper
Question type: MCQs/Objective
Official Website: http://www.lnmuuniversity.in

LNMU Part 2 English (50marks) Question paper Details

  • Total Questions: 60
  • Maximum Marks: 50
  • Time: 1 Hour
  • Question type: Objective/MCQs
  • You have to answer any 50 Questions out of 90 questions.
  • All the questions carry equal marks

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1. As a child, Charles Dickens worked at a ….

(A) Warehouse
(B) Textile factory
(C) Butcher shop
(D) Newspaper

2. Which of the following words best describes how Dickens was viewed in England?

(A) Embarrassment
(B) Outlaw
(C) Literary celebrity
(D) Largely unknown

3. From where did Dickens draw inspiration for the characters in David Copperfield?

(A) Other novels
(B) His own life
(C) Local newspapers
(D) His dreams

4. Related to his other books, how did Dickens view David Copperfield?

(A) Overly fantastical
(B) His worst writing
(C) A missed opportunity
(D) Best depiction of childhood

5. Which of the following describes the historical setting of David Copperfield?

(A) Early Victorian England
(B) Middle Ages
(C) Beginning of Industrial Revolution
(D) Modern-day London

6. Who tells the story of David Copperfield?

(A) A narrator
(B) David’s nurse
(C) David himself
(D) David’s father

7. How is David treated by the Murdstone?

(A) Cruelly
(B) Lovingly
(C) Indifferently
(D) As a son

8. Which career does Miss Betsey recommend for David?

(A) Doctor
(B) Lawyer
(C) Builder
(D) Businessman

9. Who commits fraud against Mr. Wickfield?

(A) Doctor Strong
(B) Uriah Heep
(C) Miss Betsey
(D) Mr. Spenlow

10. At the end of the novel to whom is David married?

(A) Dora
(B) Miss Betsey
(C) Peggotty
(D) Agnes

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11. Which of the following best describes Uriah Heep?

(A) Loyal friend
(B) Foolish brute
(C) Conniving villain
(D) Mental patient

12. How does David view James Steerforth?

(A) As abusive and violent
(B) As two-faced and conniving
(C) As indifferent and cold
(D) As generous and wise

13. Why does little Em’ly run away?

(A) To avoid danger
(B) To become a lady
(C) For money and fame
(D) She hates her family

14. Which of the following phrases best describes the relationship between Doctor Strong and Annie Strong?

(A) Deeply loving
(B) New and uncertain
(C) Fake and loveless
(D Unstable and deceitful

15. How does Agnes behave during David’s other romances?

(A) She sabotages them
(B) She complains to David.
(C) She exhibits rage
(D) She suffers patiently

16. Who is Littimer?

(A) Miss Betsey’s husband
(B) Agnes’s uncle
(C) Steerforth’s servant
(D) Miss Spenlow’s assistant

17. Where does David meet Steerforth?

(A) At Salem House
(B) At Miss Betsey’s house
(C) At Agnes’s
(D) In the forest

18. Which of the following characters does David initially trust but then comes to distrust?

(A) Agnes
(B) Dora
(C) Mr. Spenlow
(D) Steerforth

19. With whom does David live while he works at the wine factory?

(A) Mr. Micawber
(B) Miss Betsey
(C) Steerforth
(D) Wickfield

20. Where does David first meet Traddles?

(A) At Miss Murdstone
(B) At Blunderstone
(C) At Yarmouth
(D) At Salem House

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21. Who is David’s primary good influence?

(A) Dora
(B) Agnes
(C) Miss Betsey
(D) Peggotty

22. Who is David’s primary bad influence?

(A) Traddles
(B) Uriah
(C) Steerforth
(D) Doctor Strong

23. Whom does Uriah try to poison against his wife?

(A) Mr. Wickfield
(B) Dr. Strong
(C) Jack Maldon
(D) Mr. Creakle

24. In whose house does David slap Uriah?

(A) Mr. Micawber’s
(B) Miss Betsey’s
(C) Mr. Wickfield’s
(D) Dr. Strong’s

25. How does David end up at Miss Betsey’s?

(A) He runs away from home
(B) Runs away from Salem House
(C) Runs away from wine factory
(D) Runs away from Mr. Micawber’s

26. How does Steerforth meet little Em’ly?

(A) Ham introduces them
(B) He sees her on beach
(C) Mr. Peggotty introduces them
(D) David introduces them

27. Which of the following characters is a dwarf?

(A) Miss Mowcher
(B) Mr. Barkis
(C) Peggotty
(D) Little Emily

28. Why is David sent to Salem House?

(A) To fetch some milk and egg
(B) To see his grandmother
(C) Because he bites Mr. Murdstone
(D) Because his mother dies

29. Why is Mr. Dick unable to finish the memorial?

(A) He runs out of ink
(B) He can’t stop writing about King
(C) Charles
(C) He can’t stop playing cards It makes him too sad

30. Who is Ham?

(A) Clara Peggotty’s nephew
(B) Mr. Peggotty’s nephew
(C) Little Em’ly’s future husband
(D) All of the above

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31. Who is Miss Betsey Trotwood?

(A) David’s aunt
(B) Peggotty’s sister
(C) Clara’s aunt
(D) Agnes’s mother

32. Who declares to David his intention to marry Agnes?

(A) Traddles
(B) Steerforth
(C) Uriah
(D) Jack Maldon

33. Who is Jack Maldon?

(A) Annie’s brother
(B) Miss Betsey’s sister
(C) Uriah’s father
(D) Annie’s cousin

34. Which facial feature does Uriah lack?

(A) Lips
(B) Eyebrows
(C) Nose
(D) Eyelashes

35. Who appears to lose all of Miss Betsey’s money?

(A) Mr. Wickfield
(B) Uriah Heep
(C) Doctor Strong
(D) Mr. Dick

36. America attacked …….. Taliban.

(A) on
(B) at
(C) in
(D) None of the above

37. There is a tiger ….. the cage.

(A) into
(B) at
(C) in
(D) None of the above

38. Find the incorrect sentence:

(A) The book is on the table
(B) The boy jumped the table
(C) He lives in Delhi
(D) None of the above

39. Divide this property …. the three sons.

(A) Between
(B) among
(C) into
(D) None of the above

40. My father has a car ……… a bike.

(A) beside
(B) besides
(C) with
(D) None of the above

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41. He is on leave a month.

(A) during
(B) for
(C) at
(D) None of the above

42. As I was going my father came out

(A) in
(B) on
(C) When
(D) None of the above

43. I shall inform ……….. you.

(A) to
(B) with
(C) on
(D) None of the above

44. I came here ……… last week.

(A) in
(B) since
(C) for
(D) None of the above

45. Find the incorrect one:

(A) He went this morning.
(B) He went in the morning.
(C) He met me in the last evening
(D) None of the above

46. We are going …….. England.

(A) in
(B) at
(C) to
(D) for

47. He put the book the table.

(A) from
(B) upon
(C) in
(D) at

48. The fresh air is good ………. you.

(A) for
(B) to
(C) about
(D) in

49. I am trouble.

(A) at
(B) on
(C) in
(D) upon

50. The train stops…… all stations.

(A) at
(B) in
(C) on
(D) upon

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51. I bought this pen …….. Rs. 5.

(A) in
(B) or
(C) from
(D) on

52. He has been writing ……… 6 a.m.

(A) from
(B) since
(C) or
(D) at

53. Seema is confident …….. her victory.

(A) at
(B) in
(C) of
(D by

54. I congratulate you………. your success.

(A) on
(B) at
(C) for
(D) from

55. Always depend ……. your own efforts.

(A) in
(B) or
(C) on
(D) at

56. Soma is married ……… Pradeep.

(A) for
(B) with
(C) too
(D) to

57. This book is useful …… students.

(A) for
(B) about
(C) of
(D) on

58. The deal …….. foodgrains.

(A) at
(B) for
(C) in
(D) by

59. I differ…….. you on that matter.

(A) to
(B) with
(C) about
(D) by

60. Mr. Sen died …… Cancer.

(A) from
(B) of
(C) by
(D) with

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