Saturday, 28 December 2019

Semester 3: Name of the Course: Foundation Course in English-3

Semester 3: Name of the Course: Foundation Course in English-3 (FCE-3)
Phrasal Verbs:
1. Go on – continue; stop saying those things; not so; I don’t believe you.
2. Carry out – to perform a task; to perform an assignment. (Also literal.)
3. Set up – to establish someone as something; to help establish; to provide something
for someone to start up something
4. Pick up – to clean; to learn/obtain; to get busy; to go faster
5. Go back – to return to one’s origin/previous location; to break a promise
6. Come back –to (have) return(ed.) to one’s origin/previous location; to retort; a
return success
7. Go out – to try out for something (usually sports); to go out of fashion; to go out
with someone for entertainment; to date someone. (Also literal)
8. Point out – to select or indicate someone or something (from a group).
9. Find out - discover; learn of; to discover facts about someone or something; to learn
a fact
10.Come up – to happen unexpectedly. (Also literal)
11.Make up – to put makeup on oneself; to repay or redo something; to create a story
or a lie from no facts at all; to compensate for
12.Takeover –to take charge; to assume control
13.Come out – to become; to turn out; to be presented/released to the public.
14.Come on – to hurry up; to follow; to flirt aggressively
15.Come in – to receive or acquire something. (Also literal.)
16.Go down – to be accepted; to happen. (Also literal.)
17.Work out – to settle/solve a problem; to turn out/to happen. (Also literal.)
18.Set out – to begin a journey or Course; to define/describe; to design/plan; to
19.Take up – to accept someone’s offer; to begin to deal with an issue; to shorten a
skirt, dress or pants.
20.Get back – to return; to repay one for a bad deed; to continue communicating with
someone at a later time.
21.Sit down – to encamp or besiege. (Also literal.)
22.Turn out – to end satisfactorily; to send someone out of somewhere; to
manufacture/produce something; to be present/attend; to turn off/extinguish
23.Take on – to undertake/assume; to employ; to acquire; to show great emotion.
24.Give up – to quit; to surrender; to abandon hope
25.Get up – to arise; to ascend; to dress (as in costume).
26.Look up – to search for information; to become more prosperous. (Also literal.)
27.Carry on – to continue with something; to make a great fuss over somebody or
something; to cry and become out of control about somebody or something.
28.Go up – to increase; happening; to be in the process of construction. (Also literal.
29.Get out – to get free/away; to produce or complete.
30.Take out – to take someone on a date; something made to be taken away (as in
food)/a restaurant that performs this service. (Also literal.)
31.Come down- to drop; to descend to someone through inheritance; to attack/scold
vigorously. (Also literal.)
32.Put down- to write down, record; to attribute; to mercifully kill an animal.
33.Put up – to provide lodging for someone; to display or show; to offer something; to
build/erect something.
34.Turn up – to appear; to search for and find something; to intensify or increase; to
35.Get on – to make progress; to agree or be friendly; to advance in age. (Also literal.)
36.Bring up – to mention a person or thing; to raise a child; to vomit; to (cause to) stop
37.Bring in – to yield as profit or income; to present (for consideration) formally; to
38.Look back – to review past events; to return in thought. (Also literal.)
39.Look down – to regard with disdain or scorn; have contempt for. (Also literal.)
40.Bring back – to return; to return to consciousness.
41.Break down – to fall apart; to have a physical or mental collapse; to itemize; to
42.Take off – to leave the ground and begin to fly; to become popular and successful; to
begin to chase something; to take a break from something; to withdraw or remove
from; to deduct.
43.Go off – to explode; to leave; to happen (as planned).
44.Bring about – to make something happen.
45.Go in – to take part in something; to make an approach, as before an attack.
46.Set off – to cause to be ignited/exploded; to anger someone; to begin.6
47.Put out – irritated, bothered; to extinguish; to publish; to exert/apply.
48.Look out – to be vigilant or on guard; to afford a view (Also literal.)
49.Take back – to withdraw or cancel one’s statements; to regain ownership; to cause
to remember. (Also literal)
50.Hold up –to rob someone; to offer; to expose; to support; to hinder; to wait.

Semester 3: Name of the Course: Core Course in English (CCE 5).

Internal Marks break up: Assignment / presentation /MCQ test
Course objectives:
 To familiarize the students with the literary forms
 To strengthen student’s ability to appreciate literature and understand it.
 To equip the students with skills and competence to understand and appreciate
Course content:
Text: Pygmalion - G. B. Shaw(Play) Orient Edition First Published in1912; (Staged in
1913.) Paperback, Edited with Introduction by A. C. Ward. New Delhi: Orient Longman.
Other Edition: Paperback, Dover Thrift Edition, 134 pages; 1994, Dover Publications
ISBN: 0486282228 (ISBN13: 9780486282220)
Unit: 1 Comedy Form, Origin and Development of Comedy Form, Types of Comedies,
Characteristics of Comedy, Short notes like Character, Plot, Setting, Conflict, Theme etc.
Unit: 2 Pygmalion - G. B. Shaw (Play)
Semester end examination:
Q. 1 Long Answer Question (Comedy Form) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks
Q. 2 Long Answer Question (Comedy Form) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks
Q. 3 Long Answer Question (The Play) (1/2) 14 x 1 14Marks
Q. 4 Long Answer Question (The Play) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks.

Q. 5 (A) Short Notes Question (Comedy Form)(1/2) 07 x 1 07 Marks
Q. 5 (B) Short Notes Question (The Play) (1/2) 07 x 1 07 Marks
Recommended reading:
Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory by J. A. Cuddon, Revised by C. E. Preston.
New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1999.

Semester 3: CCE 6 Name of the Course: Core Course in English (CCE 6)

Internal assessment: Assignment / presentation / Written test
Course objectives:
 To strengthen students understanding of the authors and their time
 To make students understand the historical development over a period
 To make students appreciate and understand the classics of English literature.
Course content:
Text: 1. Emma (Novel) – Jane Austen. Oxford World Classics. Paperback: 448 pages
New Delhi: Oxford University Press. 2008.
Series: Oxford World's Classics
ISBN-10: 0199535523, ISBN-13: 978-0199535521.
Text: 2. The Eve of St. Agnes (Poem) by John Keats, from John Keats: The
Complete Poems (Penguin Classics) Paperback.1977. Publisher: Penguin Classics; 3rd
edition 1977.
ISBN-10: 0140422102, and, ISBN-13: 978-0140422108
Semester end examination:
Q. 1 Long Answer Question (Novel) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks
Q. 2 Long Answer Question (Novel) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks
Q. 3 Long Answer Question (Poem) (1/2) 14 x 1 14Marks
Q. 4 Long Answer Question (Poem) (1/2) 14 x 1 14 Marks
Q. 5 (A) Short Notes Question (Novel) (1/2) 07 x 1 07 Marks
Q. 5 (B) Short Notes Question (Poem) (1/2) 07 x 1 07 Marks

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