VITEEE 2016 Exam English Sample Question Paper

If you want to clear any of the All India Entrance examinations for BE BTech or even for the M.E or MTech, the candidates will be tested fine in the English subject as well. Preparing the English subject will simply give you enough way to score marks at will in a simplest way. However preparing for the same isn’t comes naturally well unless you aware of what type of question or even how the pattern of the same looks like indeed.
That’s why we like to bring you the sample question paper for the VITEEE 2016 English paper. Make the most of it and prepare for the VITEEE 2016 Entrance Exam accordingly.

VITEEE 2016 English Sample Paper:

1. Read carefully the piece of conversation and the question that follows. Choose thecorrect answer.
DERRY: I thought it was empty house.
MR LAMB: So it is. Since I’m out here in the garden. It isempty. Until I go back inside. In the meantime,
I’m out here and likely to stop. A day like this.
Beautiful day. Not a day to be indoors.
Why is Mr. Lamb out of his house?
A) He does not like to be indoors.
B) He loves to enjoy the beautiful day.
C) He has lot of leisure time.
D) He wants to keep the house empty.

2) Read carefully the passage and the question that follows. Choose the correct answer.
…..the unmitigated burning of fossil fuels has now created a blanket of carbon dioxide around theworld, which is slowly but surely increasing the average global temperature.
The author mentions carbon dioxide emission as a cause for global warming. What else causesglobal warming?
A)Methane emission
B) Coal mining
C)Liquefied petroleum
D)Atomic energy

3) Read carefully the passage and the question that follows. Choose the correct answer.
Food is more important for survival than an identity. “If at the end of the day we can feed ourfamilies and go to bed without an aching stomach, we would rather live here than in the fieldsthat gave us no grain,” say a group of women in tattered saris…..
The passage makes a comparison between__________________
A) Survival and identity
B) Food and families
C) Food and identity
D) Women and saris

4) Read carefully the following stanza of a poem and the question that follows. Choosethe correct answer.
We have imagined for the mighty dead;
All lovely tales that we have heard or read;
An endless fountain of immortal drink,
Pouring unto us from the heaven’s brink.
What is the rhyme scheme of the stanza?
B) abbc

5) How many syllables are there in the following word? Choose the correct answer.
A) 4
B) 3
C) 5
D) 6

All the best.

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