UPTET 2017 Primary Answer Key ~ English Solved Paper

October 16, 2017

UPTET 2017 answer key for English language (Primary) question paper has been published on career Vendor website for BTC, D. El. Ed. students reference. UPTET answer key English paper that was held on 15 October 2017 in first meeting from 10 am to 12:30pm. Uttar Pradesh Basic Education board conducted TET (Teaches Eligibility Test) 2017 in all cities of the state.

Career Vendor is providing full TET question paper 2017 and happy to announce full UPTET Solved Paper PDF along with answer key before any other website. Here we are sharing question and their answers according to question SET-B.

—>> Download Official TET Answer Key – Primary <<— 

UP TET 2017 Answer Key – All Subjects:
Primary Level TET exam Junior Level TET exam

UPTET 2017 Primary Answer Key: English Language

  1. Complete the following sentence with correct conjunction:
    ___ he had not paid his bill, his electricity was cut off.

    1. But
    2. Either
    3. Unless
    4. As
  2. Choose the correct figure of speech in the following sentence:
    Death lays his icy hand on kings.

    1. Metaphor
    2. Personification
    3. Apostrophe
    4. Simile
  3. The study of population is known as
    1. Ecology
    2. Astronomy
    3. Demography
    4. Genealogy
  4. Give the meaning of following proverb:
    A bird in hand is worth two in a bush

    1. To catch two birds with your hands
    2. To be dissatisfied with what you have
    3. It is better to be satisfied with what you have than to try to get what is not yours
    4. To trap birds in bushes
  5. Which of the following sounds is not associated with the sound of a bell?
    1. Chime
    2. Jingle
    3. Ring
    4. Dang
  6. Fill in the blank with the correct preposition:
    Are you sorry ___ what you have done?

    1. With
    2. For
    3. By
    4. Over
  7. Pick out the correct synonym of the following word:

    1. Repent
    2. Force
    3. Divide
    4. Make thin
  8. Pick out the compound sentence
    1. To add to their troubles the servant ran away
    2. Having no money with me, I could not give the beggar anything
    3. I loved him because he was my friend
    4. The servant ran away and added to their troubles.
  9. Select the most appropriate preposition to complete the following sentence:
    Why are you always so suspicious __ me?

    1. To
    2. With
    3. Of
    4. For
  10. Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentence:
    The Headmaster __ to speak to you.

    1. Wants
    2. Is wanting
    3. Was wanting
    4. None of the above

Directions read the given passage carefully and answer the questions (Question nos.71 to75) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.

Antarctica is an icy continent in the South Pole. It is covered by permanently frozen ground, is surrounded by water and is about 1.5 times longer than the United States. The world’s largest desert is in Antarctica. 98% of the land is covered with a continental ice sheet; the remaining 2% of land is barren rock. Antarctica has about 87% of the world’s ice. The South Pole is the coldest, windiest and driest place on Earth. The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was at the South Pole; it reached as low as -128.6 °F or -88.0°C. On an average most of the Antarctica gets less than 2 inches of snow each year. Although scientific expeditions visit Antarctica, there are no permanent human residents. This is because of the extreme weather, which includes freezing temperature, strong winds and blizzards. There are about 4000 seasonal visitors to Antarctica. Antarctica has not always been located at the South Pole. It has drifted, like the other continents and has ranged from the Equator during the Cambrian period, about 500 million years ago to the South Pole. During the time of the dinosaurs, Antarctica was more temperate and housed dinosaurs and many other life forms. Now there is very little indigenous life.

  1. The word ‘icy’ in the passage is a/an
    1. Noun
    2. Adjective
    3. Adverb
    4. Homonym of ‘ice’
  2. The word ‘desert’ in the passage is a
    1. Noun
    2. Pronoun
    3. Verb
    4. Verbal
  3. The word ‘windiest’ in the passage is a
    1. Second from of verb
    2. Superlative from of adjective
    3. Superlative from of adverb
    4. Positive from of noun
  4. Has Antarctica always been fixed in the South Pole?
    1. Yes
    2. No
    3. May be
    4. Not given in the passage
  5. Who are the earliest known inhabitants of Antarctica?
    1. American scientists
    2. Indian scientists
    3. Dinosaurs
    4. It has always been a desert

Directions: Read the given passage carefully and answer the question (Question Nos 76 to 80 ) that follow by selecting the most appropriate option.

The first thing which a scholar should bear in mind is that a book ought not to be read for mere amusement. Half-educated persons read for amusement, and are not be blamed for it; they are incapable of appreciating the deeper qualities that belong to a really great literature. But a young men who has passed through a course of University training should discipline himself at an early day never to read for mere amusement. And once the habit of discipline has been formed, he will find it impossible to read for mere amusement. He will then impatiently throw any book from which he cannot obtain intellectual food, any book which does not make an appeal to the higher emotions and his intellect. But on the other, the habit of reading for amusement becomes with thousands of people exactly the same kind of habit as wine-drinking or opium-smoking; it is like a narcotic, something that helps to pass the time, something that keeps up a perpetual condition of dreaming, something that eventually results in destroying all capacity for thought, giving exercise only to the surface parts of the mind and leaving the deeper springs of feeling and the higher faculties of perception unemployed.

  1. The writer believes that half-educated persons are not able to
    1. Enjoy wine-drinking
    2. Enjoy dreaming
    3. Think properly
    4. Appreciate hidden qualities of admirable literature
  2. The word ‘narcotic’ in the passage means
    1. Great literature
    2. Intoxicant
    3. Cheap books
    4. Intellectual exercise
  3. The phrase ‘the higher faculties’ in the passage means
    1. Different department in the university
    2. Different ways of enjoying things
    3. Mental powers of a high order for understanding great literature
    4. Superficial part of the mind
  4. The word ‘eventually’ in the passage means
    1. After some time
    2. At last
    3. Never
    4. Initially
  5. The word ‘unemployed’ in the passage means
    1. Jobless
    2. In search of employment
    3. Not working
    4. Unused
  6. Which of the following is a correct expression?
    1. As cheerful as a lark
    2. As busy as a bat
    3. As cunning as a dog
    4. As happy as a donkey
  7. The sentence, “This is the house in which I was born”, is
    1. A simple sentence
    2. A compound sentence
    3. A complex sentence
    4. A compound-complex sentence
  8. Which of the following words is a preposition?
    1. Beyond
    2. And
    3. Yet
    4. Now
  9. Which of the following words is an adverb?
    1. Apace
    2. Face
    3. Meek
    4. Fury
  10. Join the following sentences to make a simple sentence;
    The coffee isn’t too strong. It won’t keep us awake.

    1. The coffee isn’t too strong. It won’t keep us awake.
    2. The coffee isn’t too strong and will not keep us awake.
    3. The coffee isn’t too strong so it won’t keep us awake .
    4. The coffee isn’t too strong so as to keep us awake.
  11. Fill in the blank with suitable pronoun:
    My son and my daughter are very fond of –

    1. Herself
    2. Each other
    3. Themselves
    4. Himself
  12. Give one word for ‘one who hates mankind’
    1. Nazist
    2. Fascist
    3. Misanthrope
    4. Sadist
  13. Transform the following sentence into a simple sentence ending with ‘book’; Let the book be given.
    1. Give me the book
    2. Give the book.
    3. Please transfer the book.
    4. Can you give the book?
  14. Transform the following sentence into a direct sentence:
    I asked Sheela if I might know her father.

    1. I said to Sheela, “May I know your father?“
    2. I told Sheela, “May I know your Father?”
    3. I asked Sheela, “Can I know your Father?”
    4. I questioned Sheela, “Will I know Your Father?”
  15. Fill in the blank to complete the following sentence:
    The Minister are responsible ___ the Chief Minister of their state for their work.

    1. For
    2. To
    3. Of
    4. Towards

30 questions were asked in English language question paper for UP TET 2017. Each question carry 1 mark for correct answer and 0 marks for incorrect or missed answer. There are 5 section of UP TET question paper including 1. Child Development & Teaching Method, 2. Hindi, 3. English or Sanskrit or Urdu, 4. Mathematics and 5. Environmental Study.

Above you can see all the questions that are asked in second language Part i.e. English.

UP TET Official answer key will be provided within few days.

About the Author Pushpendra

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}