Tnpsc General English Study Materials Pdf Model Questions With Answer Key
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Our Winmeen team always there to help out aspirants who do self preparation from home. Now coming to the discussion, we would like to clear some points about General English. It is advisable to the aspirants that, they must concentrate on same Samacheer English text books from Std 6 to Std 10 and also please do concentrate on Std 11 and 12. Because for past 3 years, TNPSC is preparing question papers to high level of difficulty. As earlier said, please read the books thoroughly with more interest especially when you read Poem. It will be better to memorize all poems because questions will be raised from poetic lines and the author of the poem. The questions from Poetic line will be asked as follows,
“ Now drops that floated on the pool
Like pearls, and now a silver blade” . Find out the figure of speech for underlined part of poetic line?
The Answer is Metaphor, because it proceeds that both the things as one. So, you must be well known in all types of figure of speech.
The Poetic lines will be given and 4 options of Poem name will be given, u need to choose correct Poem. Sometimes, explanation for Poetic lines will also be asked. The speaker of the line will be asked. The Nationality of Poet will be asked for sure.
So it’s better to thorough the Poem segment. Now coming to Prose segment, you must know the Moral of the story, Character’s name, Important Highlighted lines or inventions, auto biography, Dates, place, Statement, Numerical Figure Etc. For Example, “ Jai Hindh” whose inspiring words of salutation are these?
Options: A) Gokhale B) SCBose C) B G Tilak D) M.Gandhi.
The Correct Answer is SC Bose.
You will get 3 to 5 questions from William Shakespeare’s play. Don’t get confused; be prepared well in this portion. It’s really easy if you concentrate well. If it is supplementary, they will ask you to match the title with author’s name and also questions will be asked frequently from Oscar Wilde’s creations like Model Millionaire, The Selfish Giant, Etc. The antonyms and synonyms will not be asked more than one questions. Read all highlighted words in text book. Mostly these will be covered within book only.
For Grammar part, just focus on syllabus such as Prefix, question tag, Article, Preposition, Spot the error, Fill in the blanks, compound noun, British and American English, Plural & Singular form, Sentence pattern and Compound/Complex sentences. All these grammar part are available at the text book with easy understanding explanation. If you find difficult means, we are here to help you with our study materials. We will have discussion as follows with examples,
Prefix means something has to be fixed before the word to make it meaningful. For example, Mal– nourished and In-visible . Sometimes, it will be asked to pick out wrong prefix or suffix too.
Suffix means something has to be fixed latter end of the word to make it meaningful. For Example, Sing-able.
The Article are “a, an, the” should be used in appropriate blank in the sentence. For example: The Value of a Euro is determined by European countries. Here article ‘a’ is used because the word Euro pronounced as ‘ uro’ where E is silent in the term Euro. The article ‘a’ is used only when vowels( a,e,i,o,u) are used.
Ex for Question Tag: Please close the door, will you?
Likewise see what is adverb: Ear-ly, Preposition, Plural& singular form, Spotting errors (mainly tenses should be corrected) Etc.
British and American English:
Storm – Tempest, Cheque – Check, Licence – License and Metre – Meter.
Compound Noun: Examples– Spell-bound: Noun+verb & Dry-clean: adjective + verb.
Sentence Pattern: Brutus is an honourable man.
Here Brutus is Subject, is- verb and Honourable man – compliment. Thus the sentence pattern is S+V+C = SVC.
Egmore is the nearest railway station. – Superlative degree
Send the resume as soon as possible – Positive degree
She is elder than me – Comparative degree.
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- Match the Poems with the Poets – English Literature for TNPSC
- Matching the Poets and Poems – Tnpsc General English
- Identify the Author with the short story – TNPSC General English
- Which Nationality the story belongs to ? – Tnpsc General English
- Which Nationality the Poet belongs to? – Tnpsc General English
Download Tnpsc General English Grammar Pdf
- FAMOUS QUOTES
- THEME OBSERVED IN THE LITERARY WORKS
- Sentence Pattern
- Identify the correct degree
- QUESTION TAG
- IF Clauses
- Nature centered literary works and global issue environment and conservation
- Important lines Part C Topic No 14
- FOLK ARTS IN INDIA
- VARIOUS WORKS OF THE FOLLOWING AUTHOR
- SELECT THE CORRECT VOICE
- ABOUT THE DRAMATISTS
- Auto Biography
- Questions from Oscar wilde’s work
- Music – The Hope Raiser
- Characters, quotes, important lines from the works of Indian author
- Comprehension questions from the description of places
- Simple, Compound, Complex
- About the poets
- Subject And Verb Agreement
- Questions on shakespeare’s work
- Important Preposition
- Identify the author with short story
- Comprehension Questions From the Essays
- Correct plural forms
- Match the places, poet, dramatist, painter
- Figure of Speech
- Appreciation questions from poetry
- STORIES AND ITS AUTHOR
- TO WHICH PERIOD THE POETS BELONG
- Part-c Poems with poets
- NATIONALITY OF POETS
- Famous lines, characters, quotes from Julius ceaser, the merchant of venice
- Find out the odd words (noun, verb, adjective , adverb)
- Questions on the Biography of
- Infinitive, gerund, participle
- Singular and plural
- Synonyms – 10th 11th 12th std
- Other important terms
- Phrasal verbs
- Prefixes and suffixes
- Compound nouns
- British English and American english
- Blending Words
- Antonyms 10th 11th 12th std