Compulsory English Question Paper | 2075 [2019] | RE-101-EP | SEE


SEE - 2075 (2019)
COMPULSORY ENGLISH
(New Course)
Reading and Writing
(Written Test)
Subject Code: RE-101-EP
Time: 2hrs. 15 minutes
Full Marks: 75
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Candidates are required to give their answer according to the given instructions.

1. Read the part of the poem and do the tasks. [5]

Past and Present
I remember, I remember
The house where I was born,
The little window where the sun
Came peeping in at morn;
He never came a wink too soon
Nor brought too long a day;
But now, I often wish the night
Had borne my breath away.

I remember, I remember
The roses, red and white,
The violets, and the lily-cups-
Those flowers made of light!
The lilacs where the robin built,
And where my brother set
The laburnum on his birthday, -
The tree is living yet!
Thomas Hood
Thomas Hood

A. Answer these questions. [5x1=5]

a. What does the speaker recall in the first stanza?
b. Where did the sun light enter the house through?
c. Name any two flowers that the poet recalls.
d. Where did Robin build its nest ?
e. Which tree was set on his brother’s birthday ?

2. Read the text and do the tasks.
If we permit ourselves to tell a lie once, it is a lot easier to do it a second and a third time until it becomes a habit. Success lies in the philosophy of “sustain and abstain.” Sustain what needs to be done and abstain from what is detrimental until this becomes habitual. Human beings are more emotional than rational. Honesty and integrity are the result of both our belief system and practice. Anything we practise long enough becomes ingrained into our system and becomes a habit. A person who is honest most of the time gets caught the first time he tells a lie, whereas a person who is dishonest most of the time gets caught the first time he tells the truth.

Honesty or dishonesty to self and others becomes a habit. The choice is ours as to what we practise. Whatever response we choose, our thinking pattern becomes habitual. We form habits, and habits form character. Before we realise that we have got the habit, the habit has got us. Someone once said, “Our thoughts lead to actions, actions lead to habits, and habits form character.” Character leads to destiny. Therefore, you should try to form character building habits.
A. Write ‘True’ for true and ‘False’ for false statements. [5x1=5]
a. We should permit ourselves to tell a lie to form a good habit.
b. If you do something again and again, it becomes a habit.
c. Human beings are more logical than emotional.
d. The character is the product of the habit.
e. Our destiny is guided by the character.
B. Answer the following questions. [5x1=5]

a. What are the keys to success, according to the writer ?
b. What are the products of our belief system and practice ?
c. How does something we practise for a long time become a habit ?
d. What’s the relationship between thoughts and character?
e. Why do we need good character ?

3. Read the text and do the tasks. [10]
The Asia Foundation
Vacancy Announcement
The Asia Foundation invites application from Nepali citizens for the following position:
1. Position : Program Assistant
• Provide administrative, program and management support to the subnational governance programme. Provide support for activities in other programme areas as assigned.
Experience : At least two years of experience working in the development field, knowledge of governance and gender issues.
Education : Bachelor’s or higher-level graduate degree in development studies, public policy or relevant social science degree.
Applicants are requested to read through the position description uploaded at http//116.198/226.8080/ and email their CV along with a cover letter describing suitability for the position by 5 PM on 10 December 2018 to country.nepal.jobs@asiafoundation.org referencing the position title, e.g. “program officer” in the subject line.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Telephone calls will not be entertained.
A. Complete the following sentences with suitable words/phrases from the text. [5x1=5]

a. Citizens of Nepal.................. can apply for the post.
b. Candidates are required to have minimum working experience of .........years.
c. The basic academic qualification required for the post is ........... degree.
d. The deadline for application submission is ................. .
e. The company will not respond to the queries made through ............. regarding the vacancy.

B. Answer the following questions. [5x1=5]
a. What is the responsibility of the program assistant?
b. Where can the candidates obtain further description from?
c. What should the applicants submit while applying?
d. How can the applicants submit their application?
e. Who will be called for further selection process?

4. Read the text and do the tasks. [15]
Pardeshi’s strong key points are its story and screenplay, music and actors performance. These key elements of the film have made the film watchable one. Ramesh BC and Narayan Raymajhi have written the story and screenplay. Credit must be given to the story and screenplay for adding emotional undercurrent into the film which are appreciable and will hold you in the seat. The emotions touch the right chord and a couple of them could even make the weak-hearted cry.

Musician B.B. Anuragi is another appreciable team member of the film, Pardeshi. All the songs of the film are melodious that will get into the nerves of the audience. Every song has its importance in the film which will take the story to next level. The purely folk melody songs will make your movie experience enjoyable.

Actors’ performance is another strong aspect of the film. I could not find any flaw on any actors’ performance. From lead actors to supporting actors, child actors to guest actors, everyone has performed brilliantly. Every actor has got into the character and performed. Every character is developed properly which will give sense to their individual story and will help the audience to relate with them.

Prashant Tamang being an Indian idol and an international celebrity, he is not presented in the film as a celebrity. This is one of the important beauties of the film. Prashant is into the character of Binaya so much that audience will forget that they are watching Prashant in the screen.

Rajni KC was featured in glamorous avatar in her first film Loafer. But in Pardeshi, she has got a big opportunity to showcase her talent as an actress. Her performance as Namrata is brilliant. Keshv Bhattarai as Binaya’s father is good. Naren Khadka has also performed well. All other actors have done appreciable works which have given life to every characters of the film.

Pardeshi’s major drawback is its cinematography. Shiva Dhakal’s cinematography is poor. Beautiful scenes of Palpa are not captured well. All the shots are normal and don’t add beauty to the visual experience of watching a film. If cinematography was improved, the film would have been a masterpiece. The climax also seems filmy but doesn’t hamper the film.
A. Complete the table below with correct information based on the film
review. (‘0’ is an example.) [5x1=5]
0
Story & screenplay
Ramesh BC and Narayan Rayamajhi
a
Music
b
Lead Actor (Male)
c
Lead Actor (Female)
d
Rajani’s First Film
e
Cinematography
B. Write ‘True’ for the true and ‘False’ for the false statements. [5x1=5]

a. Actors’ performance is one of the strong points of the film.
b. The songs are composed on folk patterns.
c. The lead actor has played the role of celebrity.
d. The role of lead actress is glamorous.
e. The film has missed some more beautiful scenes of Palpa.
C. Answer the following questions:  [5x1=5]
a. Why are the story and screenplay strong points of the film ?
b. How is the performance of the actors in the film ?
c. How do the audience feel about the events of the film ?
d. Why will the audience forget that they are watching Prashant in the screen ?
e. What does the film lack to be a masterpiece ?

5. One of your classmates won the first prize in the national level poem competition. Write a formal message of congratulation to be published in a newspaper on behalf of your school family using the clues given below: [5]
Pramila Karki - one of the talented students- deserve the award - result
of her hardwork - all proud of her - wish her further success.
6. The bar diagram below shows castewise data of the students in ABC
school in 2074. Study the diagram and write a description of it in about
100 words. [5]
Bar Diagram Student 2074
7. Imagine that you and your friends have just returned from a one-day educational tour organized by your school. Compose a dialogue between two of you about your experience of the tour in about six exchanges. [6]

8. Write a review of a film or book which you have recently watched or read, in about 200 words. [8]

9. Reproduce the following sentences as indicated in brackets. [6x1=6]

a. You work in a bank, .......... ? (Supply the correct question tag)
b. He .......... (work) there for three months now. (Put the verb in bracket
in correct tense)
c. They will be working hard. (Change into yes/no question)
d. She comes from Madrid. (Change into ‘where’ question)
e. He said, “I travel a lot in my job.” (Change into Direct speech)
f. Who was this letter written by ? (Change into active)
10. Choose and copy the best answers. (Rewriting is not compulsory)[10x0.5=5]
Before Christmas, they went to (a)..... (a/an/the) small town in Germany.
They spent the whole of Christmas Eve sight seeing. There was no much
activity in the town. The streets were crowded (b)..... (with/by/of) people
and the shops were full of wonderful things. In the evening, they went to
listen to Christmas songs (c)..... (sang/sing/sung) by children round the
brightly lit tree in the main square. One of the boys (d)..... (was/were)
near then. They asked him how he (e)..... (feel/feeling/was feeling) at the
Christmas. He said that he was excited. He asked them, if they (f).....
(would excited/were excited/exciting) too. They were enjoying the night
(g)..... (because/although/because of) it was so much exciting. It made
them (h)..... (feel/felt/to feel) happy. Then they went back to hotel. The
manager and accountant (i)..... (was/were/are) waiting for them. He said,
"You had a great time, (j)..… (didn’t/hadn’t/haven’t) you ?"
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