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EEG-01 / BEGE-101 Elective Course in English SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 2019-2020

EEG01 and BEGE101 Elective Course In English

Title Name EEG-01 / BEGE-101 English Solved Assignment 2019-20
University IGNOU
Service Type Solved Assignment (Soft copy/PDF)
Course BA(English)
Language ENGLISH
Semester 2019-2020 Course: BA(English)
Session 2019-20
Short Name EEG-01 / BEGE-101 (ENGLISH)
Assignment Code EEG-01 / BEGE-101
Product Assignment of BA(English) 2019-2020 (IGNOU)
Submission Date For June Exam – 31st March
For December Exam – 30th September
Price RS. 60

1 Read the following poem by Rabindranath Tagore and answer the questions given below it.
In the russet dawn, a young maid you came smiling
Donning a white robe, freshly bathed
In the shining rays of the dawn.
You would show your face
Beaming like a full grown flower,
Just at my break of day—you would drag me away
To the garden for gathering Shefali flowers.
Times without number you lured me away
From my childhood duties
Throwing away my books,
And snatching my chalk from me.
You would release me from the prison of my school
And lead me, through secret alleys,
To a solitary place that was mystic chamber
On an empty roof under the sky.
How you used to play
Beguiling me with your varied tales.
That were as enchanting
And yet as meaningless as dreams
You alone knew whether they were true or untrue
A pair of pearls used to swing from your ears,
There were gold bracelets on your two hands,
Your locks touched your two cheeks playfully,
From your two limpid eyes shimmered rays of light
Like the shattered beams in a transparent brook.
Even before we knew each other well
In care-free confidence,
So often we played and romped together
Babbling—our cloths to complete disarray.
Then one day, I was not so aware
When, in the garden of life
The southern wind first blew its scented breath
In the spring of my youth;
A hundred new desires were blossoming,
I was startled by my own music,
I was surprised to find you, the goddess
Of my inner heart, make your advent
4
Into my inner world, straight from the play-ground
And you were now sitting in majesty
Like a queen in your ante-chamber.
1a Write about the three things which the children would do together. 3
1b What do you think were the ‗childhood duties‘ of the young boy? 3
1c Pick out four phrases/lines which are examples of literary devices. 4
1d What stage of life is suggested in stanza three? Pick out two lines which indicate that
stage. 3
1e Explain what the poet means by the following lines in the context of the poem: 3
In the spring of my youth;
A hundred new desires were blossoming,
I was startled by my own music,…
1f Why is the girl now considered ―the goddess‖? 2
1g Do you think this ―change‖ happened gradually? Why/why not? Pick out the relevant
lines. 2
2 Write short notes on four of the following literary devices, giving examples in each case.
20
i Metonymy ii Synecdoche
iii Personification iv Hyperbole
v Paradox vi Oxymoron
3 The sentences below reflect a specific literary device. Say which device is used and why
you think so. 20
i The math‘s master had an eye like a hawk‘s.
ii She trumpeted her success abroad.
iii Life is the greatest teacher of all.
iv Screams of noise rent the very air.
v He has just completed 6 months as a guest of the State.
vi I am never less alone than when alone.
vii Kindly address your remarks to the Chair.
viii I have my daily bread to earn.
ix When I am dead, I hope it may be said: ―His sins were scarlet, but his books for read.‖
x My words fly up, my thoughts remain below.
4 Write short notes on any four of the following giving examples from literary texts. 20
i Extension by Magnification
ii Multiple meaning of words
iii Different types of Homonyms
iv Overlap of meaning in Concrete Nouns
v Structure Words and Content Words
vi Phrasal Verbs
5
5a Complete these dialogues with the past simple or present perfect form of the verbs in
brackets: 10
A I need to ask David if he ____________ (decide) to set us the focus group.
B Don‘t worry. I ____________ (already/speak) to him about it.
A Really? When ____________ (you/see) him?
B I ____________ (call) him first thing today.
A What ___________ (he/say)?
B He ______________ (not/make) up his mind yet. He needs some documents
from head office, and they still_________ (not/arrive).
A _____________ (you/finalize) all the arrangements for Mr. Lee‘s visit yet?
B I‘m dealing with it now. I _________ (fix) a date for him to come and visit – the 19th
.
A What about Sunita? I think she needs to be there.
B That‘s fine. I ______________ (speak) to Sunita couple of days ago, and the 19th
is fine for her too.
5b Write an appropriate question for these answers using the stative verbs from the list.
(More than one correct question is possible.) 5
belong taste look own prefer sound
1 Q: Does the car sound ok to you?
A: I think so – I can‘t hear anything wrong with it.
2 Q: …………………………………………………………..
A: He‘s about 2 m tall, with dark hair and blue eyes.
3 Q: …………………………………………………………..
A: Tea – I don‘t like coffee at all.
4 Q: …………………………………………………………..
A: It‘s delicious.
5 Q: …………………………………………………………..
A: It‘s mine.
6 Q: …………………………………………………………..
A: No, I rent it.
5c Complete the sentences with these linking words: 5
if unless provided as long as in case
i I‘m organizing some insurance ………………I get ill.
ii I‘m very busy, so please don‘t disturb me……………….it‘s an emergency.
iii ………………sales don‘t start falling, we‘ll reach our targets this year.
iv I should be able to get there by 10.30, but I‘ll let you know …………there‘s a
problem.
v …………….as we get the funding, we can go ahead with the project in October.

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