WB SSC English (pass) model questions from SSC previous years papers

Looking for West Bengal School Service Commission (WB SSC) exam English pass model papers with sample questions? Based on WB SSC English pass previous years papers (2011, 2010 & 2009), this West Bengal SSC English pass model question paper is prepared for you to take mock tests.

Our WBSSC English pass model papers will help your exam preparation a lot if you are going to sit for the WBSSC exam with English as a pass subject. Here you can find a School Service Commission English pass sample question paper. We request you to note that these are not actual West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) English previous years papers. However, our SSC English model question paper has been prepared on the basis of questions recalled by actual candidates from WBSSC English previous years papers 2011, 2010 & 2009. We have given relatively more emphasis on WBSSC English pass last year’s questions.

West Bengal School Service Commission exam SSC English pass sample questions

Here are some WB SSC English pass questions. They are model questions for English Pass in School Service exam, but you can also consider them WBSSC English 2012 suggestions. In fact these questions can also serve as model English pass questions for the West Bengal Madrasa Service exam. Keep practising!

  1. Name the flowers mentioned in the fifth stanza of ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ by John Keats.
  2. Give an account of the natural beauty at the starting of ‘The Wild Swans at Coole’.
  3. Explain the phrase, ‘Chorus Hymeneal’.
  4. How does Ulysses take his son’ view of life?
  5. How does Charles Lamb describe the Norfolk mansion?
  6. What is the significance of the title of Owen’ ‘Strange Meeting’?
  7. Who are ‘the listeners’ in Walter de la Mare’ poem by the same name?
  8. Why is the West Wind described both as a destroyer and a preserver?
  9. Refer to any two images Shelley used to describe the skylark.
  10. How is John Lamb described in ‘Dream Children&resquo;?
  11. How far was Mrs Thurlow interested in reading newspapers?
  12. Comment on Tony Lumpkin in ‘She Stoops to Conquer’
  13. Explain the allusion to Ruth in ‘Ode to a Nightingale’
  14. Comment on the natural scene in the beginning of ‘The Darkling Thrush’.
  15. Who is the true hero in ‘The Lagoon’ and why?

  1. Fill in the blanks: Shelley was one of the greatest poets that _____ ever lived.
  2. Give adjective forms of the following - cycle, night, fate, mass
  3. Give noun forms of the following - notorious, pious, feminine, diurnal.
  4. Write a paragraph in about 50 words on your favourite author.
  5. Fill in the blanks: A teacher should be tolerant _____ criticism.
  6. Fill in the blanks: If you have strong will power, nothing can stand _____ your way.
  7. Correct: She daily comes early.
  8. Correct: We rushed at once to the park.
  9. Correct: If there been no curiosity, there would have been no invention.
  10. What is a the difference between a participle and a gerund?


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