Match the characters with the novels:
(a) Arthur Seaton (i) Top Girls
(b) Marlene (ii) The Golden
(c) Anna Wulf (iii) The Swimming
(d) Beckwith (iv) Saturday Night
John Heywood wrote a farcical interlude called The Four P’s.
Who were the Four P’s?
From among the following, identify the incorrect observation regarding Ferdinand de Saussure’s seminal distinction between langue and parole.
Francis Bacon’s New Atlantis is about a utopian state called __________.
In the mechanical drill method of second language acquisition:
(a) The learner has the freedom to choose from many responses.
(b) The learner’s response is totally controlled.
(c) Comprehension of the item by the learner is not required.
(d) Comprehension of the item by the learner is obligatory.
The right combination according to the code is: