Andhra Pradesh SET English Answer Key

Question Paper AP SET 2020 Paper 2 English (PDF)

Provisional Answer Key

1. (B) Embrace death

2. (A) In his grave

3. (A) Paradox

4. (C) Passion

5. (B) Despair

6. (A) A Fine Balance

7. (B) Oral drills

8. (D) A and C

9. (A) Charles A. Curran

10. (C) Behaviourist

11. (D) Sino-Tibetan

12. (A) The Jewel in the Crown

13. (B) Traditions of Australia

14. (A) ii i iv iii

15. (B) Alice Munro

16. (D) Young men

17. (A) The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

18. (C) Lord Byron

19. (B) Ben Jonson

20. (C) John Webster

21. (A) Macbeth

22. (D) Matthew Arnold

23. (C) Arabia

24. (B) The Sadler Commission

25. (A) Velar plosive

26. (C) Synchronic

27. (D) Back-formation

28. (B) Edward Sapir

29. (D) The Blind Lady’s Descendants

30. (D) The Old Man and the Sea

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31. (C) Her work upholds the racial equality in the American Society

32. (C) The speaker’s grandmother

33. (C) ii iv i iii

34. (A) Tennyson

35. (D) George Eliot

36. (A) The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

37. (D) Easter, 1916

38. (C) Bernard Shaw

39. (C) James Joyce

40. (D) D. H. Lawrence

41. (B) W. B. Yeats

42. (C) Joseph Conrad

43. (C) Dr. Johnson

44. Error

45. (D) The Knight’s Tale

46. (B) Harold Bloom valorized New Historicism

47. (B) abab cdcd efef gg

48. (A) Walter Benjamin

49. (A) Northrop Frye

50. (A) iii ii iv i

51. (D) Heteroglossia

52. (B) Françoise d’Eaubonne

53. (B) Russian Formalism

54. (B) Simone De Beauvoir

55. (A) Desire for order, organization and coherence

56. (B) Page numbers of the article

57. (B) Primary source

58. (B) Author’s name

59. (D) Empiricism

60. (C) Find out what is already known about the research area

61. (C) Appendix

62 (C) Period culture

63. (A) The study of perfection

64. (A) Clifford Geertz

65. (D) Lady Calypso

66. (A) The author has no control over the meaning of the text

67. (B) Bride price

68. (A) Krishna Sastry(?)

69. (C) Matthew Arnold

70. (A) Poems

71. (C) Kongi’s Harvest

72. (D) iii ii iv i

73. (B) New York

74. (B) Erich Auerbach

75. (A) Antonio Gramsci

76. (B) Aime Cesaire

77. (C)Roland Barthes

78. (A) Greek

79. (D) Stuart Hall

80. (D) Culture is historically variable

81. (C) Waiting for Godot. Pygmalion, Murder in the Cathedral

82. (B) Verb

83. (D) Pragmatics

84. (B) Lingua franca

85. (A) and (C)

86. (C) Language Acquisition Device

87. (C) Remembering names

88. (C) iii iv ii i

89. (D) p,t,k

90. (A) a c b

91. (B) Production of speech sounds

92. (A) Sociolinguistics

93. (A) Ramachandra Guha

94.  (B) Tagore

95. (C) iv iii i ii

96. (C) Allen Tate

97. (A) Nissim Ezekiel

98. (D) Filled with humour

99. (B) 3,000 to 10,000

100. (C) Jungian Psychology

 



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