LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

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LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

Practice the literature In English Post UTME for Universities, Polytechnics
and College of Education with our CBT software and pass your Lit -in- English examination.

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LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

LITERATURE IN ENGLISH POST UTME

Practice the literature In English Post UTME for Universities, Polytechnics
and College of Education with our CBT software and pass your Lit -in- English examination.

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“The boy showed his love to his father by killing the man” is an example of .

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A quatrain contains ________ lines.

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One of the following is not a figure of speech.

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The title of the poem “Myopia” connotes .

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Literature is referred to as a slice of life when it

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Use the extract below to answer question below

William Shakespeare: The Tempest

Speaker A: The hour’s now come

The very minute bids thee ope thine ear Obey, and be attentive. Canst thou remember A time before we came unto this cell?

I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not Out three years old

Speaker B: Certainly, Sir, I can!

Who is speaker A?

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Use the following passage to answer question below
We have led the ‘mules’ to the green pastures near the brook with a view to guiding them to feed
until they develop the appetite for sipping from the foundation of the literary world. Really, we
cannot and we do not need to force the mules to drink. All that needs to be done is to provide
the necessary atmosphere and encouragement that will sensitize “the mules” towards a
spontaneous wish to write. This, I believe, has been addressed in this brief lecture.

 

The underlined expression is an example of .

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“The Fence” is presented in the form of a/an

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One major theme in Women of Owu is .

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_______ misplaced Jack Worthing in a leader handbag.

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The style of presentation of “The Fence” is .

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As a medium for exposing and correcting ills in the society literature is .............

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_________ is a device used to bring past event into focus to clarify present events in literature.

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One of the following is not a function of literature

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Use the poem below to answer question below
Life is rise and fall
A tale of comings and goings Of travails and doings
But death ends all

The type of rhyme in lines 2 and 3 is .

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In “The Fence”, the expression, “my head goes round and” portrays .

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Who is the author of Lord of the Flies?

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Use the extract below to answer question below
William Shakespeare: The Tempest
Speaker A: The hour’s now come
The very minute bids thee ope thine ear Obey, and be attentive. Canst thou remember A time before we came unto this cell?
I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not Out three years old
Speaker B: Certainly, Sir, I can!

The response of speaker B shows that speaker A .

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Use the following passage to answer question below
We have led the ‘mules’ to the green pastures near the brook with a view to guiding them to feed
until they develop the appetite for sipping from the foundation of the literary world. Really, we
cannot and we do not need to force the mules to drink. All that needs to be done is to provide
the necessary atmosphere and encouragement that will sensitize “the mules” towards a
spontaneous wish to write. This, I believe, has been addressed in this brief lecture.

The point of view used in this passage is .

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_________ is the playwright of The Importance of Being Earnest.

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The expression “boulevards of misery” in “Myopia” exemplifies the use of .

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The perspective from which the story in a novel is narrated is referred to as

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The expression “emaciated bones” in “Myopia” is an example of .

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_________ is a moment of relief in a tragic play brought about through a comic scene.

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When literature recreates real events, it is said to be ...................

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The writer of a play text is referred to as .

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“Wisdom cries out in the open places” is an example of .

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Use the extract below to answer question below
William Shakespeare: The Tempest
Speaker A: The hour’s now come
The very minute bids thee ope thine ear Obey, and be attentive. Canst thou remember A time before we came unto this cell?
I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not Out three years old
Speaker B: Certainly, Sir, I can!

Speaker B is .

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A misuse of a word in place of another one due to similarity in their sounds is known as .

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Use the extract below to answer question below
William Shakespeare: The Tempest
Speaker A: The hour’s now come
The very minute bids thee ope thine ear Obey, and be attentive. Canst thou remember A time before we came unto this cell?
I do not think thou canst, for then thou wast not Out three years old
Speaker B: Certainly, Sir, I can!

“This cell”, in the extract illustrates the use of .

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