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ENGLISH LANGUAGE I FOR ADVANCED LEVEL ANNUAL EXAMINATION

THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING

MAPAMBANO ARTS, CULTURE & STUDY CENTRE (MATOS)


 

 

 


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ENGLISH LANGUAGE I FOR ADVANCED LEVEL

 

Time: 3:00 hours                                Date: 24 September, 2016


Instructions:

  1. This paper consists sections A, B, C and D
  2. Answer five (5) questions, choosing two question from section A and one question from other sections
  3. Each question carry (20) marks
  4. Cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room

 

SECTION A

INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE USE

Answer two (2) questions from this sections, Question (1) is compulsory

 

  1. (a) With clear examples, briefly state the thematic, denotative and connotative meaning of the bellow linguistic items as applied in the learning study at language.
    1. Phonetic v/s phonetics
    2. Reflexireness v/s Dynamism
    3. Morphemes v/s Phoneme
    4. Diagnosis v/s Pidgin
    5. Supra-segmental features v/s pulmonic ingressive air.
    6. Arbitrariness v/s Reflexireness
    7. Syntax v/s morphology
    8. Language v/s A language
    9. Durability v/s specialization
    10. Slang v/s Lingua France
    11. Language performance v/s confidence

 

(b) Do animals and insects have language?

    With vividly examples, discuss the above interrogative

 

  1. (a) Why English language is a Non-Rotic language in the world of communication?

    With not less than five exampled evidence, respond the above question.

    (b) Describe on why Swahili speakers faced difficulties in communicating English Language.

    With neat and clear points, (5) of them go through the above description.

     

  2. (a) Make distinction between R.P (Received pronunciation) and American English.

    (b) Discuss the reasons as to why most of English language students fail to communicate in Swahili

    Suggest the steps to be taken for the improvement of the language

     

 

SECTION B

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Answer one (1) Question from this section

 

  1. (a) To what extent is listening said to be a post-requisite condition for hearing

    (b) When we listen to a teacher teaching he/she teachers, we normally focus on the main points he/she makes

    – By the use of five sited vividly points, state the difference between lsterning and hearing though both use of ears to perform the actions.



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  2. (a) What is     (i) Stressed Rhythm        

    (ii) Stressed syllable

    (b) Distinifying between primary stress and secondary stress

(c) Describe now the meaning changes in the following sentences depending upon the intonation against stressed syllable the bolded word is stressed;

    1. Those who sold quickly make profit

    2. Those who sold quickly made profit

 

  1. (a) Briefly explain the meaning at the bellow terms as use in speaking and presentation skills:
    1. Audience
    2. Preparation
    3. Formal and informal style
    4. Response

    (b) “Gestures and Body movement are two terms which are inter woren, however, with some varying degrees” Discuss.

 

SECTION C

WORD FORMATION

Answer one (1) Question from this section

 



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  1. (a) State the process used in farming each of the bottomed English words.
    1. Undo
    2. City boy
    3. “I work there”
    4. “I hat work is good”
    5. Interpol
    6. Profit and Dr
    7. Vx, Jet, NOKIA
    8. Ping pong, criss – cross
    9. Golf, Calvary, Ugali, zebra
    10. Mouse – mice

    (b) Explain the meaning of the following morphemes and write only (2) two English sentence on each.

    (i)     Free /Lexical/ Open morphemes

    (ii)    Bound/ Grammatical morphemes

     

     

  2. (a) With examples, differentiate between the following terms
    1. Roof/stem
    2. Base / Radical
    3. Morpheme/ Phoneme
    4. Reversative prefixes / locative prefixes
    5. Inflectional processes / Derivational processes.

    (b) Explain the meaning of the following word-formation processes and give examples in each

    1. Coinage
    2. Neologism
    3. Back –Formation

 

SECTION D:

TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION

 

  1. (a) With examples, define the following terms:
    1. Vernacular language
    2. Foreign language
    3. Critical translation
    4. Free translation
    5. Accuracy

    (b) State on what and how would you comment when come though a word whose any of your vernacular language or national language counterpart is not know during translation?

    (c) Translate the following expressions in Swahili

    1. A boy whose face is ugly is innocent
    2. It rained cats and dogs
    3. They painted a house green
    4. I had something about you
    5. Irene knew nothing when she was there.

     

     

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