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Sample Paper for MA English First (1st) Year – Basic Aspects of Language

MASTER OF ARTS (ENGLISH), YEAR-I

BASIC ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE

Duration -3 Hours                                   Max Marks: 60

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Note:  1. Attempt any FIVE questions.

            2. All questions carry equal marks.

Q.1      What are the distinctive characteristics of human language? Describe those characteristics which are totally absent in other animal system of communication.

Q.2      What is the difference between the Generativists and the Structuralists? In what ways have the Generativists made advancements over Structure?

Q.3      Give a brief history of phonetics.

Q.4      “English has several different classes of scop-bearing elements”. What are these? Explain with examples.

Q.5      What is polysemy? How will you differentiate between Polysemic and Homonymous?   Give example.

Q.6      Describe in detail the process of standardization of a language. Give examples from the English language.

Q.7      Trace the development structuralism in linguistics.

Q.8      Give an account on American English.

Q.9      What are the factors which influenced English spelling through the ages? Give two           examples.
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