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UOS Past Papers Of M.A English Linguistics Part 2

Post  Toqeer on Sat Sep 10, 2011 5:54 pm

University of Sargodha
M.A/M.Sc Part-II, 2nd Annual Exam 2008
English- VII Linguistics
Maximum Marks: 60 Time Allowed: 2:15 Hours
New Pattern
Subjective Part
Note: Attempt any three questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q.3. According to modern theories of language the teaching of traditional grammar does not
facilitate language learning. Discuss in detail.
Q.4. What are the advantages of phonetics to an English language teacher? Apply your
experience as an ELT teacher to the discussion.
Q.5. Do you think acquiring a language and learning a language are identical processes. If not
what are the differences between the two and how do you think they reinforce one
another. Discuss.
Q.6. Comment on the following statement.
“The study of grammar and phonology is fine as part of linguistics, but is of no practical
use to the EFL teacher in the classroom.”
Q.7. Why do we use the RP (Received Pronunciation) of British English? State some of its
characteristics.

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UOS Past Papers of M.A English English Literature Around the World Part2

Post  Toqeer on Sat Sep 10, 2011 6:00 pm

University of Sargodha
M.A/M.Sc Part-II, 2nd Annual Exam 2008
English- VI English Literature Around the World
Maximum Marks: 60 Time Allowed: 2:15 Hours.
New Pattern Subjective Part
Note: Attempt any four questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q.3. Critically evaluate the female characters in Lorca’s The House of Bernada Alba.
Q.4. Translations by Friel is an enchanting fictive account of the Irish experience of British
colonialism. Discuss.
Q.5. Justify the implication of the title of Nugugi’s novel ‘The River Between’.
Q.6. Attempt a critical appraisal of ‘The Stone Chat’ by Taufiq Rafat.
Q.7. Achebe has a peculiar appeal of his own. Discuss.
Q.8. A day in the life of Ivan Denisovitch is an indictment of the tyrannical system in the

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Post  Toqeer on Sat Sep 10, 2011 6:02 pm

University of Sargodha
M.A/M.Sc Part-II, 2nd Annual Exam 2008
English- V Short Stories
Maximum Marks: 60
Time Allowed: 2:15
Hours
New Pattern Subjective Part
Note: Attempt any four questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q.3. In D.H. Lawrance’s work men and women of our times have found their own restlessness
most accurately mirrored. Comment.
Q.4. Trace the ambivalent relationship between father and son in F. Kafka’s “The Judgment”.
Q.5. The Individual, Collective and cultural tensions are released in the modern short stories.
Describe and discuss any two prescribed short stories in the light of this statement.
Q.6. In “The Voice from the Wall” Amy Tan reveals her insight into the alienation
experienced by those who are displaced from their own surroundings. Discuss.
Q.7. Comment on the element of retrospective autobiography in Sara Suleri’s “The Property
of a Woman”.
Q.8. Write a short essay on the essential elements of the short stories. How does it differ from
the Novel?

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UOS Past Papers Of Cirticism Of M.A English Part 2

Post  Toqeer on Sat Sep 10, 2011 6:04 pm

University of Sargodha
M.A/M.Sc Part-II, 2nd Annual Exam 2008
English- IV C
riticism
Maximum Marks: 60
Time Allowed: 2:15 Hours
New Pattern Subjective Part
Note: Attempt any four questions including Question No. 8 which is compulsory.
All questions carry equal marks.
Q.3. What are the three Dramatic unities? What is the justification of their use in drama?
Q.4. Discuss Raymond Williams as a critic.
Q.5. What contributions did Lecan and Macherey make to the modern critical methods?
Discuss with reference to Belsey’s critical practice.
Q.6. What is the importance of contemporary ideas in evolution of Tragedy according to
Raymond Williams?
Q.7. Describe in your own words the modern critical methods in the light of Belsey’s critical
practice.
Q.8. Compulsory.
Critically evaluate the following poems.
When all the world is young, lad
And all the trees are green;
And every goose is a swan, lad,
And every lass a queen;
Then hey for boot and horse, lad;
And round the world away;
Young blood must have its course, lad
And every dog his day.
OR
Steaming through metal landscape on her lines;
She plunges new eras of wild happiness,
Where speed throws up strange shapes;
broad Curves;
And parallel clean like the steel of Guns,
At last further than Edinburg or Rome.
Beyond the crest of the world
She reaches night,
Where only a low stream line brightness
of phosphorus on the tossing hills is light.

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