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HS6251 – TECHNICAL ENGLISH II
(Common to All Branches)
Regulations 2013
MODEL QUESTION PAPER

Time: Three hours Maximum: 100 marks
Answer ALL the questions
PART – ‘A’ (10 x 2 = 20)
1. Rewrite the following as numerical expressions. (4 × ½ = 2)

a. A team consisting of three men
b. A bulb with a power of 100 watts
c. A period of 45 minutes
d. A book with eighty pages

2. The underlined words in the following sentences are homonyms. Use any two of them in
sentences of your own, each with a meaning different from the meaning given. (2 × 1 = 2)

Names in the right hand column of the register, please! And place your bags under the
light please!

3. Complete the following conditionals with the correct forms of the verbs (4 × ½ = 2)

a. If I were a pilot, I __________________ (fly) around the whole world.
b. If she __________ (be) more careful, she would not have been involved in the accident.
c. If I do not get a bus, I __________ (take) an auto to work.
d. If it ____________ (not stop) raining, the match will be abandoned.

4. Rewrite the following in their passive form. (2 marks)

Computers have definitely transformed our classrooms. The use of computers in the
classroom enhances the learning experience of students.

5. Fill in the blanks with suitable modal verbs choosing from the list given: (4 × ½ = 2)
 can, should, must, may, would

You __________ come for the fitness camp if you want to get back in shape. You will be
provided with food at the camp but you ______ bring snacks like whole grain biscuits if you
wish. However fried snacks will not be allowed. You _______ use cell phones in the camp, but
you ___________ switch them off during the exercise and yoga sessions.

6. Make sentences using any two of the following phrasal verbs. (2 × 1 = 2)

 (a) break down (b) catch up (c) drop out (d) give in

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