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1 I BEGE-102/EEG-02 I BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAMME O Term-End Examination %-1 December, 2009 C\J ELECTIVE COURSE-ENGLISH BEGE-102/EEG-02 : THE STRUCTURE OF MODERN ENGLISH Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100 Note : Answer all questions. 1. (a) Write short notes on any two of the 10 following : Conversion Countable and uncountable nouns Content words and grammatical words Regular and irregular verbs (b) Mark the stress syllable in the following 10 words : Photo photographer Annoy annoyance Nation nationality Advise advisable (v) Import (noun) import (verb) BEGE-102/EEG-02 1 P.T.O.

2 2. (a) Give phonetic symbols for the following 5 description of the English Consonants The first one has been done for you : Voiced alveolar plosive consonant /d/ Voiceless bilabial plosive Voiced labio-dental fricative Voiceless palato-alveolar fricative Voiced bilabial nasal Voiceless labio-dental fricative (b) Divide the following words into their 5 constituent morphemes : Irregularly Sincerely Unavoidable Unlimited (v) Impossible (c) Write short notes on any two of the 10 following : Fricative consonants Phonology Free and bound morphemes Compounding BEGE-102/EEG-02 2

3 3. (a) Write a note on the types of negation. Give 10 examples. (b) Supply a tag question to the following : 5 The boy was hurt badly, Geetika dances beautifully, 7 You haven't received your salary, They ye already reached the station, (v) He has not recovered from illness, (c) Make which - questions corresponding to 5 the bold italicized parts in the following sentences. (one example has been done for you) : I'd like to have a cup of tea. Ans : what would you like to have? Mother has kept your books on the table. Father will return home in the evening. Sangeeta stood first in the music competition. Rajat went to Mumbai to attend his cousin's marriage. I found my pen in my bag. BEGE-102/EEG-02 3

4 4. (a) Explain the difference between a 10 co-ordinate and a sub-ordinate clause. Give two examples of each. (b) Combine the following sentences into a 5 single sentence without using 'and' or 'because'. We reached the airport. The flight had already landed. You must work hard. You want to get good marks in the examination. The house has a red slate roof. The house belongs to my aunt. The box is very heavy. I can't lift it. (v) Don't run too fast. You'll fall down. (c) Correct the following sentences : 5 It has become cold because it is snowing for the past one week. Since when did you started swimming? My uncle has lived in London since four years. I am going for a walk every morning. (v) Do you know what did he say in the meeting? BEGE-102/EEG-02 4 P.T.O.

5 5. (a) How would the knowledge of stress and 10 intonation pattern help language learners. Give examples to support your answer. (b) Fill in the blanks with suitable words given 5 in the brackets : I'm sorry I (couldn't, cannot) help you at that time. If you were intelligent you (will have, would have) accepted this job offer. It is good that he could) give up smoking. (can, During our holidays we (used to go, went) for swimming everyday. (v) I know my sister would) look after you well. (will, (c) Fill in the blanks with suitable words given 5 in the brackets : The principal as well as the teachers (have, has) donated blood. Neither of us (was, were) happy to see the result. (iii) One of my brothers is) working for Microsoft. (are, BEGE-102/EEG-02 5 P.T.O.

6 Either Rohit or his wife (have, has) to drive the car. His savings (is, are) not sufficient to sustain him in his old age. - o 0 o - BEGE-102/EEG-02 6

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