English Language 2 Online Examination for Form Six 1

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Time: 3 Hours
Section A (40 Marks)
Communication in English
Answer two questions from this section. Question two is compulsory.
1. A) Define each of the following terms as used in Literature:
I. Genre
II. Dirge
III. Characters
IV. Motif
V. Soliloquy
B. Differentiate the following literary terms:
I. Rhyme and rhythm
II. Imagery and symbolism
III. Plot and setting
IV. Assonance and alliteration
V. Poem and poetry
2. A) Explain the roles which literature plays in the society.
B. Compare and contrast spontaneous speech from non-spontaneous speech
3. A play is regarded as an effective genre in education and changing society. Support this view by showing the factors which make a play effective.
Section B (20 Marks)
Plays
Answer one question from this section.
4. Using two plays you have read under this program, show how characterization blends with the plot. (Use four points form each reading).
5. Use four points from each of the two plays you have read under this program to illustrate how themes presented relate to real life experience.
Section C (20 Marks)
Novel and Short Stories
Answer one question from this section.
6. A novel is a fiction, a narrative writing based on social reality. Support this statement by making reference to any two novels you have read under this section. (Use eight points from each reading).
7. Show the effectiveness of symbolism in the two novels you have read under this section. (Use four points from each reading).
Section D (20 Marks)
Poetry
Answer one question form this section.
8. One of the duties of a poet is to make people aware of the realities around them. Use four poems you have studied under this program to justify this statement. (Use four points for each poem).
9. Read the following poem and answer the questions that follow:

You Are Lost by Isack Mruma

To you dada.⃰
it’s the days that matter,
For we are unable to chat
in the language we had.

When I look at you
and see my pay slip
in your eyes
I feel empty
and sapped.

It is to you dada,
that my pen tears the pad,
For I only see your love
focused on my purse
with your passions
chasing my bank account.

Your glance, sister,
is to me the measure
of the heat of the dough
in my pocket.

Never are passions cool,
to you I am now a tool,
and all my wage is now the fare:
I ride on your throbbing kisses.

It is you I accuse,
because your love is lost,
and you only touch me
with the tenderness that asks
where my wallet is.
Questions:
A. With examples, explain four poetic devices that have been used in teh poem.
B. What is the tone of a poem?
C. Explain the message you get in this poem.
D. Comment on the diction of the poem.
E. Briefly explain the relevance of the poem to current Tanzanian way of life.
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