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JAC Class 10th English Important Question 2024

JAC Class 10th English Important Question 2024: Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) conducts class 10th board exams every year and English is one of the core subjects in the curriculum. As students are preparing for their upcoming 2024 board exams, it is essential to have a solid understanding of the important questions coming up. In this article, we will discuss some important questions of JAC Class 10th English for 2024, which can help students prepare better for their examinations.

Post JAC 10th Important Question 2024
Board Jharkhand Academic Council
Name Of Exam Jharkhand 10th Examination 2023-24
Session 2023-24
Date Of Exam February 2024
Official Website J.A.C.

FIRST FLIGHT

Chapter – 1 (A Letter to God)

1. What did Lencho hope for?
(a) rain
(b) coins
(c) gold
(d) bread-butter

(a) rain

2. Where did Lencho live?
(a) on the crest of a low hill.
(b) at the bottom of the hill.
(c) in the cemented house.
(d) in the corn field.

(a) on the crest of a low hill.

3. Why did Lencho need money?
(a) to sow his field again
(b) to buy toys for his children
(c) to buy new clothes
(d) to buy a new field

(a) to sow his field again

4. How much money Lencho demanded?
(a) 30 pesos
(b) 110 pesos
(c) 70 pesos
(d) 100 pesos

(d) 100 pesos

5. Who is the writer of the story ‘A Letter to God’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) W.B. Yeats
(c) G.L. Fuentes
(d) Lesslie Norris

(c) G.L. Fuentes

6. What did Lencho think of the post office employees?
(a) honest
(b) a gang of robbers
(c) bunch of crooks
(d) mad

(b) bunch of crooks

7. How much money did Lencho receive from the post office employees?
(a) 100 pesos
(b) 30 pesos
(c) 130 pesos
(d) 70 pesos

(d) 70 pesos

8. Who read the letter sent by Lencho?
(a) God
(b) postmaster
(c) his wife
(d) his friend

(b) postmaster

9. The field of Lencho looked as if it were covered in-
(a) salt
(b) sugar
(c) locusts
(d) cotton

(a) salt

10. Where did Lencho expect downpour(rain) to come from?
(a) north
(b) south
(c) north east
(d) north west

(c) north east

11. Who wrote the poem ‘Dust of snow’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) W. B. Yeats
(c) John Berryman
(d) Walt Whitman

(a) Robert Frost

12. Hemlock is a
(a) flower
(b) leaves
(c) fruit
(d) a poisonous plant

(d) a poisonous plant

13. What was the mood of the poet in the beginning of the poem?
(a) happy mood
(b) angry mood
(c) sad mood
(d) confused mood

(c) sad mood

14. What did the crow shake on the poet?
(a) dust of snow
(b) dust of leaves
(c) dust of tree
(d) dust of land

(a) dust of snow

15. The crow and the Hemlock tree symbolize.
(a) excitement
(b) ugliness
(c) happiness
(d) omen

(d) omen

16. Where was the crow?
(a) on the banyan tree
(b) on the oak tree
(c) on the hemlock tree
(d) on the mango tree

(c) on the hemlock tree

17. What does ‘dust of snow’ represent?
(a) joy and energy
(b) icecream
(c) sadness
(d) disappointment

(a) joy and energy

18. The poet stood under which tree?
(a) mango
(b) pine
(c) oak
(d) hemlock

(d) hemlock

19. How many lines are there in the poem “Dust of Snow”?
(a) 9 lines
(b) 8 lines
(c) 6 lines
(d) 12 lines

(b) 8 lines

20. Which bird shook the dust of snow?
(a) parrot
(b) pigeon
(c) crow
(d) sparrow

(c) crow

21. Who wrote the poem ‘Fire and Ice’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Leslie Norris
(c) John Berryman
(d) Caroline Wells.

(a) Robert Frost

22. What does the word ‘Fire’ symbolize in the poem?
(a) desire
(b) hatred
(c) love
(d) peace

(a) desire

23. What does ‘Ice’ stand for in the poem?
(a) desire
(b) hatred
(c) love
(d) peace

(b) hatred

24. What would suffice if the world were to Perish twice?
(a) Ice
(b) fire
(c) hatred
(d) both a and b

(d) both a and b

25. What is the meaning of “Perish” in the poem?
(a) peace
(b) life
(c) die
(d) grow

(c) die

Chapter – 2 (Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)

1. Where did the ceremonies take place?
(a) Rockstone amphitheater
(b) Sandstone amphitheater
(c) Stone amphitheater
(d) None of the above

(b) Sandstone amphitheater

2. What is a country’s greatest wealth?
(a) its minerals
(b) its people
(c) its technology
(d) None of the above

(b) its people

3. Which party did Mandela Join?
(a) National African Party
(b) Indian National, Congress
(c) African National Congress
(d) African Development Congress

(c) African National Congress

4. What did Mandela learn about Courage?
(a) It is the absence of fear
(b) it is a triumph over fear
(c) both a and b
(d) none of the above

(b) it is a triumph over fear

5. What was it that the nation needed to be liberated from?
(a) poverty
(b) gender discrimination
(c) deprivation
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

6. How many deputy presidents were elected?
(a) one
(b) two
(c) three
(d) four

(b) two

7. What change brought international leaders to South Africa?
(a) end of apartheid
(b) humanity
(c) peace
(d) trade negotiations

(a) end of apartheid

8. When was the inauguration day?
(a) 10th May
(b) 20th May
(c) 10th March
(d) 10th April

(a) 10th May

9. Who is the daughter of Nelson Mandela?
(a) Zenani
(b) Amanda
(c) Margot
(d) Anne

(a) Zenani

10. Who was sworn in as the first Deputy President of South Africa?
(a) Mr De Klerk
(b) Thabo Mbeki
(c) Nelson Mandela
(d) Zenani

(b) Thabo Mbeki

11. Who wrote the poem ‘A Tiger in the zoo’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Leslie Norris
(c) Robin Klein
(d) John Berryman

(b) Leslie Norris

12. Who is ‘he’ in the poem, ‘A Tiger in the zoo’?
(a) deer
(b) tiger
(c) poet
(d) elephant

(b) tiger

13. What does the tiger look like at night?
(a) stars
(b) his house
(c) patrolling cars
(d) his cage

(a) stars

14. How do the eyes of the tiger look?
(a) sad
(b) brilliant
(c) dark
(d) ugly

(a) sad

15. Who passes near the water hole?
(a) tiger
(b) pig
(c) deer
(d) bear

(c) deer

16. How does the caged tiger react to the visitors?
(a) he ignores them
(b) he greets them
(c) he roars at them
(d) he shows rage to them

(a) he ignores them

17. Where should the tiger hide to himself?
(a) behind the tree
(b) in the shadow
(c) in the house
(d) in the jungles

(b) in the shadow

18. Where is the tiger kept in the zoo?
(a) in a pond
(b) in a cage
(c) in a tub
(d) in a circus

(b) in a cage

19. What does the word ‘plump’ mean in this line ‘where plump deer pass’.
(a) black
(b) thin
(c) fair
(d) fat

(d) fat

20. Where is the natural home of a tiger?
(a) zoo
(b) park
(c) forest
(d) circus

(c) forest

Chapter – 3 (Two Stories About Flying)

1. Who is the author of “His first flight”.?
(a) Frederick Forsyth
(b) Liam O’Flaherty
(c) Anne Frank
(d) G.L. Fuentes

(b) Liam O’Flaherty

2. The lesson ‘His first flight’ is about a.
(a) pilot
(b) parrot
(c) seagull
(d) pigeon

(c) seagull

3. What was the Seagull afraid of?
(a) running
(b) swimming
(c) flying
(d) eating

(c) flying

4. Who gives young seagull a piece of fish?
(a) father Seagull
(b) mother Seagull
(c) brother Seagull
(d) none of the above

(b) mother Seagull

5. The sight of……. maddened the Seagull.
(a) bread
(b) food
(c) sea
(d) all of the a above

(b) food

6. Why was the seagull exhausted?
(a) due to crying
(b) due to running fast
(c) due to strange exercise
(d) due to swimming

(c) due to strange exercise

7. What food did the seagull’s mother get for it?
(a) earthworms
(b) insects
(c) rodents
(d) fish

(d) fish

8. What did his parents threaten him with if he didn’t fly away?
(a) to never talk to him
(b) to punish him
(c) to starve him
(d) to abandon him

(c) to starve him

9. The young Seagull has……. Brothers.
(a) one
(b) two
(c) three
(d) four

(b) two

10. Where was the young seagull left alone?
(a) ledge
(b) cage
(c) tree
(d) floor

(a) ledge

11. Which plane the author was flying?
(a) Old Dakota DS 088
(b) Old Dakota DS 042
(c) Old Dakota DS 066
(d) Old Dakota DS 077

(a) Old Dakota DS 088

12. Who is the author of “The Black Aeroplane”?
(a) Frederick Forsyth
(b) Liam O’Flaherty
(c) Anne Frank
(d) G.L. Fuentes

(a) Frederick Forsyth

13. Which country did the pilot belong to?
(a) France
(b) England
(c) Paris
(d) Italy

(b) England

14. Which place was the pilot flying over?
(a) America
(b) England
(c) Paris
(d) Italy

(c) Paris

15. What was the time in the watch when the pilot thought of calling the Paris Control?
(a) 1:30 a.m
(b) 1:30 p.m
(c) 2:30 a.m
(d) 3:30 a.m

(a) 1:30 a.m

16. The Paris Control told the pilot to?
(a) turn 12 degree East
(b) turn 12 degree West
(c) turn 12 degree North
(d) turn 12 degree South

(b) turn 12 degree West

17. Which of the pilot’s instruments stopped working first?
(a) radio
(b) compass
(c) speedometer
(d) distance meter

(b) compass

18. How far was the narrator from Parris when he saw the dark clouds in the sky?
(a) 150 k.m.
(b) 50 k.m.
(c) 250 k.m.
(d) 100 k.m.

(a) 150 k.m.

19. When the pilot of the black aeroplane asked to follow him, in which direction did he turn the aeroplane?
(a) North
(b) South
(c) East
(d) West

(a) North

20. After how much time the pilot reached the runway?
(a) after two hour
(b) after one hour
(c) after one and half hour
(d) after half an hour

(d) after half an hour

21. Who has written the poem ‘How To Tell Wild Animals’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Leslie Norris
(c) Carolyn Wells
(d) John Berryman

(c) Carolyn Wells

22. How is the Bengal Tiger described ?
(a) noble dinosaur
(b) noble wild beast
(c) noble dragon
(d) noble mammal

(b) noble wild beast

23. Where are the Asian Lions found?
(a) Eastern countries of the world
(b) Western countries of the world
(c) Northern countries of the world
(d) Southern countries of the world

(a) Eastern countries of the world

24. Who smiles while catching their prey?
(a) crocodile
(b) lion
(c) tiger
(d) hyena

(d) hyena

25. Which animals are the beasts of prey?
(a) tiger
(b) hyena
(c) crocodile
(d) both of them

(d) both of them

26. Which animal do you find while walking in your yard?
(a) Asian Lion
(b) Bengal tiger
(c) Bear
(d) Leopard

(c) Bear

27. Which animal’s roar is enough to kill you?
(a) Asian Lion
(b) Bengal tiger
(c) Bear
(d) Leopard

(a) Asian Lion

28. What is the special feature of the crocodile?
(a) weeps while eating its prey
(b) smiles while eating its prey
(c) angry while eating its prey
(d) laughs while eating its prey

(a) weeps while eating its prey

29. Which animal has spots like peppered?
(a) Asian Lion
(b) Bengal tiger
(c) Bear
(d) Leopard

(d) Leopard

30. How does a Chameleon look like?
(a) Lizard
(b) Bengal tiger
(c) Bear
(d) Leopard

(a) Lizard

31. Where did the ball fall into?
(a) water
(b) bucket
(c) gutter
(d) pit

(a) water

32. Who has written the poem ‘The Ball Poem’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Lesslie Norris
(c) John Berryman
(d) Carolyn Wells

(c) John Berryman

33. According to the poet, every man should know how to overcome.
(a) profit
(b) problems.
(c) difficulties.
(d) loss

(d) loss

34. Who is ‘I’ in the poem?
(a) a boy
(b) reader
(c) poet
(d) a girl

(a) a boy

35. What is the boy playing with?
(a) bat
(b) ball
(c) car
(d) football

(b) ball

36. Where was the boy staring down?
(a) the sea
(b) the lake
(c) the ocean
(d) the harbour

(d) the harbour

37. Who would not intrude on the boys?
(a) the ball
(b) the poet
(c) the boy
(d) none of the above

(b) the poet

38. What has the boy lost?
(a) ball
(b) football
(c) chocolate
(d0 none of the above

(a) ball

39. According to the poet what is the boy learning?
(a) to bear loss
(b) to enjoy losing
(c) to weep for losing
(d) none of the above

(a) to bear loss

40. What does a ball cost?
(a) 5 dimes
(b) 8 dimes
(c) 10 dimes
(d) 1 dime

(d) 1 dime

Chapter – 4 (From The Diary of Anne Frank)

1. How many sisters (siblings) did Anne have?
(a) one
(b) two
(c) three
(d) four

(a) one

2. What name was her book published with?
(a) From the diary of Anne Frank
(b) The Diary of a Young Girl
(c) Anne Frank
(d) Anne Frank’s Diary

(b) The Diary of a Young Girl

3. What did she write in her last essay?
(a) A poem
(b) a joke
(c) a paragraph
(d) a funny poem

(d) a funny poem

4. What shows Anne’s love for her grandmother?
(a) she still thinks about her
(b) she misses her
(c) she let her birthday pass with little celebration
(d) both a and b

(d) both a and b

5. What language was the diary originally written in?
(a) Spanish
(b) English
(c) Dutch
(d) French

(c) Dutch

6. Who was the only survivor from Anne’s family?
(a) Anne
(b) Anne’s father
(c) Anne’s mother
(d) Anne’s sister

(b) Anne’s father

7. has more patience than people.
(a) animal
(b) papers
(c) Birds
(d) books

(b) papers

8. What was the subject on which she had to write?
(a) necessity of walking
(b) necessity of running
(c) necessity of talking
(d) necessity of studying

(c) necessity of talking

9. Who was Kitty?
(a) Anne’s diary
(b) Anne’s mother
(c) Anne’s sister
(d) Anne’s friend

(a) Anne’s diary

10. Which subject was Anne not sure of passing?
(a) Mathematics
(b) Science
(c) English
(d) Hindi

(a) Mathematics

11. Who is the poet of the poem Amanda”?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) John Berryman
(c) Carolyn Wells
(d) Robin Klein

(d) Robin Klein

12. Who asks Amanda not to bite nails?
(a) father
(b) mother
(c) sister
(d) brother

(b) mother

13. Who wants to be Mermaid?
(a) fish
(b) mother
(c) Amanda
(d) sister

(c) Amanda

14. Why should Amanda not eat chocolate?
(a) It causes heart disease
(b) It causes cancer
(c) It causes acne
(d) It causes toothache

(c) It causes acne

15. What should Amanda not do to her shoulders?
(a) straight
(b) hunch
(c) push
(d) ring

(b) hunch

16. What does the speaker ask Amanda not to do to her nails?
(a) wash it
(b) bite it
(c) hurt it
(d) eat it

(b) bite it

17. How is silence described in the poem Amanda?
(a) bitter
(b) golden
(c) sweet
(d) sour

(b) golden

18. How is freedom described in the poem Amanda?
(a) bitter
(b) salty
(c) sweet
(d) sour

(c) sweet

19. What does Amanda’s mother want her to clean?
(a) shoes
(b) nails
(c) Anne’s sister
(d) Anne’s friend

(a) shoes

20. What does Amanda like to eat?
(a) cake
(b) chocolate
(c) biscuit
(d) bread

(b) chocolate

Chapter – 5 (The Hundred Dresses I)

1. Who lived in ‘Boggins Heights’?
(a) Maddie
(b) Peggy
(c) Wanda
(d) Cecile

(c) Wanda

2. What was Wanda’s full name?
(a) Wanda Polenski
(b) Wanda Petronski
(c) Wanda Patrick
(d) Wanda Pretty

(b) Wanda Petronski

3. How many drawings did Wanda draw?
(a) 100
(b) 10
(c) 50
(d) 150

(a) 100

4. Who secretly disliked how Wanda was being treated?
(a) Maddie
(b) Peggy
(c) Wanda
(d) Cecile

(a) Maddie

5. What was Maddie’s full name?
(a) Madgeline
(b) Madeline
(c) Maddleline
(d) Madger

(b) Madeline

6. Who did Maddie think would win the contest?
(a) Maddie
(b) Peggy
(c) Wanda
(d) Cecile

(b) Peggy

7. How many pairs of shoes did Wanda say she had?
(a) 100
(b) 10
(c) 50
(d) 60

(d) 60

8. Which classroom did they all sit in?
(a) room fifteen
(b) room thirteen
(c) room twenty
(d) room sixteen

(b) room thirteen

9. Where in the classroom does Wanda sit?
(a) end corner
(b) middle
(c) front
(d) front right

(a) end corner

10. Who is the author of “The Hundred Dresses”?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Fredrick Forsyth
(c) Liam O’Flaherty
(d) Eleanor Estes

(d) Eleanor Estes

Chapter – 6 (The Hundred Dresses II)

1. Who was more anxious for a reply?
(a) Peggy
(b) Maddie
(c) Miss Petronski
(d) Miss Mason

(b) Maddie

2. Who felt herself cowardly after Wanda left the School?
(a) Peggy
(b) Maddie
(c) Miss Petronski
(d) Miss Mason

(b) Maddie

3. What were Maddie’s thoughts as they went to Boggins Heights?
(a) tell her nobody would make fun of her name
(b) tell that her nature was very rude.
(c) tell that she was ugly
(d) None of the Above

(a) tell her nobody would make fun of her name

4. What did Mr. Petronski’s letter say?
(a) his daughter would not come to school any more
(b) to appreciate the school
(c) regarding poor performance of his child
(d) None of the above

(a) his daughter would not come to school any more

5. Who was Miss Mason?
(a) Maths Teacher
(b) English Teacher
(c) Class Teacher
(d) Principal

(c) Class Teacher

6. Who wrote the letter received by Miss Mason?
(a) Wanda
(b) Wanda’s mother
(c) Wanda’s father
(d) Wanda’s brother

(c) Wanda’s father

7. What else was mentioned in the letter?
(a) her drawings
(b) her medal
(c) the school
(d) her funny name

(d) her funny name

8. How did Miss Mason feel about whatever happened with Wanda?
(a) unfortunate
(b) sad
(c) cruel
(d) both a and b

(d) both a and b

9. How would you describe Miss Mason’s feeling towards the class?
(a) angry
(b) upset
(c) happy
(d) cheerful

(b) upset

10. What did Maddie think of herself after the letter was read out loud?
(a) grateful
(b) lucky
(c) hero
(d) coward

(d) coward

11. What mania do human beings suffer from?
(a) mania of love
(b) mania of lust
(c) mania of possessing things
(d) none of the above

(c) mania of possessing things

12. What does the poet wish to live with?
(a) Dragons
(b) Animals
(c) Dinosaurs
(d) None of the above

(b) Animals

13. What is the attitude of the animals towards their sims?
(a) confused and peaceful
(b) calm, peaceful and self-confident
(c) confused and sad
(d) none of the above

(b) calm, peaceful and self-confident

14. What qualities have the humans gives up?
(a) innocence
(b) kindness
(c) truthfulness
(d) All of the above

(d) All of the above

15. What is the meaning of “Whine”?
(a) a beverage
(b) cry
(c) shout
(d) None

(b) cry

16. What is the meaning of “placid”?
(a) peaceful
(b) clumsy
(c) greedy
(d) jealousy

(a) peaceful

17. Who, according to the poet, is better?
(a) human beings
(b) Animals
(c) both are equal
(d) none

(b) Animals

18. Name the poet.
(a) Walt Whitman
(b) Carolyn Wells
(c) Leslie Norris
(d) Adrienne Rich

(a) Walt Whitman

19. Who looks at the animals for a long time?
(a) Zoo keeper
(b) hunter
(c) the poet
(d) all of them

(c) the poet

20. Animals do not talk about their duty towards.
(a) Family
(b) God
(c) Society
(d) Human beings.

(b) God

21. Name the literary device used in ” They bring me tokens of myself”?
(a) Anaphora
(b) Assonance
(c) Metaphor
(d) Alliteration

(c) Metaphor

22. The places where animals receive protection is called.
(a) Zoo
(b) National parks
(c) Rock shelters
(d) None of these

(a) Zoo

23. What do humans do that animals don’t?
(a) greed
(b) jealous
(c) restless
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

24. The species which are at the verge of the extinctions.
(a) endemic
(b) extinct
(c) endangered
(d) none of these

(c) endangered

Chapter – 7 (Glimpses of India)

1. In the olden days baker in Goa was known as:
(a) baker
(b) Pader
(c) bolinhas
(d) Kabai

(b) Pader

2. What did the children like to buy?
(a) bread
(b) bread bangle
(c) bol
(d) cake

(b) bread bangle

3. Who was identified as a friend, guide and companion in the chapter Á Baker From Goa’?
(a) baker
(b) sweet maker
(c) neighbour
(d) matchmaker

(a) baker

4. What were the Portuguese famous for?
(a) dancing
(b) housing designs
(c) traditional dress
(d) preparing loaves of bread

(d) preparing loaves of bread

5. What produces the traditional baker’s sound?
(a) flute
(b) banjo
(c) whistle
(d) bamboo

(d) bamboo

6. What are the bakers known in Goa?
(a) parker
(b) pader
(c) baker
(d) matchmaker

(b) pader

7. How many times did the baker come everyday?
(a) once a day
(b) twice a day
(c) thrice a day
(d) five times a day

(b) twice a day

8. What was called Kabai?
(a) baker’s dress
(b) baker’s song
(c) baker’s bamboo
(d) baker’s basket

(a) baker’s dress

9. What are compulsorily prepared during Christmas in Goa?
(a) bol
(b) bolinhas
(c) loaves
(d) bread bangles

(b) bolinhas

10. Where were the monthly accounts of the baker recorded?
(a) in a copy with pencil
(b) on a wall with pencil
(c) on a board with pencil
(d) in a calendar with pencil

(b) on a wall with pencil

11. Coorgs are descents of:
(a) Greeks
(b) Arabs
(c) Hindus
(d) both a and b

(d) both a and b

12. The best season to visit Coorg is:
(a) September to March
(b) April to june
(c) July to August
(d) October to January

(a) September to March

13. From which river do Coorgs get water?
(a) Krishna
(b) Cavery
(c) Narmada
(d) Tapti

(b) Cavery

14. Who was General Cariappa?
(a) the first chief of indian army
(b) a great political leader
(c) a great Coffee planter
(d) a british officer

(a) the first chief of indian army

15. Coorg is famous for.
(a) coffee plantation
(b) evergreen rainforests
(c) spices
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

16. There is a…………island of nisargadhama near coorg, which can be reached through a rope bridge.
(a) sixty-four-acre
(b) fifty-six-acre
(c) forty-Six-acre
(d) eighty-five-acre

(a) sixty-four-acre

17. What are Coorgi homes known for?
(a) their hospitality
(b) their traditional cuisine
(c) Their traditional dresses
(d) all of the above

(a) their hospitality

18. Who was the first Chief of the Indian Army?
(a) General Cariappa
(b) General Hariappa
(c) General Jaggiappa
(d) General Kodiappa

(a) General Cariappa

19. In which state of India is ‘Coorg’ Situated?
(a) Delhi
(b) Kerala
(c) Karnataka
(d) Gujrat

(c) Karnataka

20. How much area of Coorg is covered by evergreen forest?
(a) ten percent
(b) twenty percent
(c) thirty percent
(d) forty percent

(c) thirty percent

21. How many tea plants grew out of the eyelids of Buddhist monk?
(a) five tea plants
(b) ten tea plants
(c) twenty tea plants
(d) thirty tea plants

(b) ten tea plants

22. Which plantation is popular in Assam?
(a) tea plantation
(b) coffee Plantation
(c) wheat plantation
(d) cotton plantation

(a) tea plantation

23. Where did Rajvir and Pranjol study?
(a) Assam
(b) Coorg
(c) Goa
(d) Delhi

(d) Delhi

24. What is the duration of the second flush or sprouting period?
(a) June-August
(b) October-December
(c) May-July
(d) August-November

(c) May-July

25. Where were Rajvir and Pranjol going?
(a) Assam
(b) Coorg
(c) Goa
(d) Delhi

(a) Assam

26. How many cups of tea are drunk every day throughout the world?
(a) 100 crore
(b) 80 thousands
(c) 80 crore
(d) 90 lakhs

(c) 80 crore

27. Pranjol was travelling with his friend, named……
(a) Rahul
(b) Rajvir
(c) Rishi
(d) Ranvir

(b) Rajvir

28. Pranjol was busy reading.
(a) poem
(b) novel
(c) Travelogue
(d) detective book

(d) detective book

29. Which tea estate was managed by Pranjol’s father?
(a) Dhekiabari tea estate
(b) Dhanabari tea estate
(c) Pakarabari tea estate
(d) none of these

(a) Dhekiabari tea estate

30. Bodhidharma cut off his……….because it was creating disturbance during meditations.
(a) ear
(b) eyelids
(c) hair
(d) thumbs

(b) eyelids

31. Who has written the Poem ‘The Trees’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Adrienne Rich
(c) John Berryman
(d) Robin Klein

(b) Adrienne Rich

32. What is the poetess doing?
(a) reading
(b) sleeping
(c) writing a long letter
(d) eating

(c) writing a long letter

33. By morning, the forest will be full of.
(a) trees
(b) sun
(c) birds
(d) animal

(a) trees

34. What rushes out to meet the trees?
(a) wind
(b) man
(c) water
(d) fire

(a) wind

35. What does the poetess compare the tree branches to?
(a) a doctor
(b) a nurse
(c) a newly discharged patient
(d) an old patient

(c) a newly discharged patient

36. Where are the decorative plants kept?
(a) in playground
(b) in houses
(c) in garden
(d) in forest

(b) in houses

37. The pieces of the moon can be seen in the crown of which tree?
(a) hemlock tree
(b) oak tree
(c) apple tree
(d) mango tree

(b) oak tree

38. What had been empty?
(a) trees
(b) forest
(c) house
(d) garden

(b) forest

39. All night the work.
(a) plants
(b) woman
(c) branches
(d) roots

(d) roots

40. What is the meaning of “bough?
(a) branch
(b) plant
(c) root
(d) tree

(a) branch

Chapter – 8 (Mijbil the Otter)

1. What group of animals does otters belong to?
(a) elk
(b) hedgehogs
(c) mustellines
(d) reptiles

(c) mustellines

2. What were Mij’s favourite toys?
(a) toy car
(c) marbles
(b) rubber ball
(d) none of these

(c) marbles

3. What did the otter look like?
(a) small dog
(b) small dragon
(c) small cat
(d) small rabbit

(b) small dragon

4. What had trickled out of the box?
(a) juice
(b) blood
(c) water
(d) Paint

(b) blood

5. What did the women in the airplane think that the otter was?
(a) a dog
(b) an otter
(c) a rat
(d) a seal

(c) a rat

6. What was the name given to the otter?
(a) Major
(b) Mijbil
(c) Mad
(d) Majhis

(b) Mijbil

7. Where did the Arabs keep the otter?
(a) in a box
(b) in a bag
(c) in a sack
(d) in the pocket

(c) in a sack

8. What kept Mij engaged when they shifted to London?
(a) ping-pong game
(b) the children
(c) the author
(d) all of the above

(a) ping-pong game

9. What did Mij do to the box?
(a) made it wet
(b) tore the lining of the box
(c) overturned it
(d) all of these

(b) tore the lining of the box

10. Why does Maxwell go to Basera ?
(a) broke the toy car
(b) threw the marbles
(c) torn the lining of box
(d) to collect and answer his mail from Europe

(d) to collect and answer his mail from Europe

11. What is the name of the poet of the poem ‘The Fog’?
(a) Sylvia Plath
(b) Carl Sandburg
(c) Robert Frost
(d) Robert Burns

(b) Carl Sandburg

12. What does the fog look over?
(a) over houses
(b) over the harbour and the city
(c) over offices
(d) none of these

(b) over the harbour and the city

13. How does the fog come?
(a) slowly and silently
(b) faster and silently
(c) faster and making noise
(d) none of these

(a) slowly and silently

14. What does the fog do while It looks over the city and the harbour?
(a) sits
(b) moves
(c) stands
(d) dances

(a) sits

15. What has been identified in the poem?
(a) fog
(b) city
(c) cat
(d) harbour

(a) fog

16. How does the fog arrive and depart?
(a) by announcing its arrival
(b) silently
(c) loudly
(d) both a and c

(b) silently

Ans:-
17. What has the poet compared the fog with?
(a) dog
(b) cat
(c) woman
(d) frog

(a) rain

Ans:- (b) cat

18. After sitting the Fog_.
(a) disappears
(b) sits there only
(c) moves on
(d) gets dense

(a) rain

Ans:– (c) moves on

19. The feet of the fog are like_____feet.
(a) cat
(b) lion
(c) tiger
(d) dog

(a) rain

Ans:– (a) cat

20. Who is ‘it” in the poem ‘Fog’?
(a) cat
(b) fog
(c) city
(d) harbour

(b) fog

Chapter – 9 (Madam Rides The Bus)

1. What amused Valli the most?
(a) the sight of buffalo running in front of the bus.
(b) the sight of people running in front of the bus.
(c) the sight of a dog running in front of the bus.
(d) the sight of a cow running in front of the bus.

(d) the sight of a cow running in front of the bus.

2. What did Valli wish?
(a) bus ride
(b) truck ride
(c) car ride
(d) cycle ride

(a) bus ride

3. What can you tell about the conductor from the text?
(a) he was funny
(b) he was grumpy
(c) he was quiet
(d) he was talkative

(a) he was funny

4. What saddened Valli?
(a) the dead cow
(b) car accident
(c) the handicappad passenger
(d) all of the above

(a) the dead cow

5. What does it tell you about Valli when she refused the conductor’s treat?
(a) responsible
(b) stubborn
(c) rude
(d) disrespectful

(a) responsible

6. Who is the author of the lesson Madam Rides The Bus?
(a) Gavin Maxwell
(b) Vallikkannan
(c) Paulo Coehlo
(d) Arop Kumar Datta

(b) Vallikkannan

7. What did the old man say to Valli that annoyed her?
(a) he shouted at her
(b) he asked why she’s alone
(c) he merely asked her to sit
(d) he asked her to keep quiet

(c) he merely asked her to sit

8. What did she have to resist on village fair day to save for a ride?
(a) balloons
(b) merry-go-round
(c) toys
(d) Peppermint

(b) merry go round

9. How many times did the bus cross her street per hour?
(a) 1 times
(b) 2 times
(c) 4 times
(d) 6 times

(b) 2 times

10. What was Valli’s age?
(a) 7 years
(b) 8 years
(c) 9 years
(d) 10 years

(b) 8 years

11. Who is the poet of ‘The Tale of Custard The Dragon’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Leslie Norris
(c) Ogden Nash
(d) Carl Sandburg

(c) Ogden Nash

12. Who is Belinda?
(a) little boy
(b) little girl
(c) yellow dog
(d) grey mouse

(b) little girl

13. What’s the name of four pets of Belinda?
(a) kitten, mouse, dog, dragon
(b) dragon, donkey, horse, mouse
(c) mouse, kitten, dog, hen
(d) dragon, donkey, horse, mouse

(a) kitten, mouse, dog, dragon

14. Whom did Belinda call a coward?
(a) custard
(b) mouse
(c) dog
(d) kitten

(a) custard

15. Whose mouth and nose is compared with ‘fireplace’ and ‘çhimney’?
(a) custard
(b) mouse
(c) dog
(d) kitten

(a) custard

16. What did the dragon cry for?
(a) because he was hurt
(b) for a new mouse
(c) for a nice safe cage
(d) none of these

(c) for a nice safe cage

17. Who was Mustard?
(a) Belinda’s little yellow rat
(b) Belinda’s little yellow mouse
(c) Belinda’s little yellow dog
(d) Belinda’s little grey dragon

(c) Belinda’s little yellow dog

18. Where did Belinda live?
(a) in a little white house
(b) in a little yellow house
(c) in a little grey house
(d) in a little pink house

(a) in a little white house

19. What was the name of the black kitten?
(a) Custard
(b) Ink
(c) Blink
(d) Mustard

(b) Ink

20. What did Custard do to the pirate?
(a) scared him away
(b) ate him
(c) held him hostage
(d) none of these

(b) ate him

Chapter – 10 (The Sermon At Benares)

1. What was Gautama Buddha’s early name?
(a) Siddhu
(b) Sadhu
(c) Siddhartha
(d) Sidhnath

(c) Siddhartha

2. For how many years did Gautama Buddha wander?
(a) 6 years
(b) 7 years
(c) 8 years
(d) 9 years

(b) 7 years

3. Where did he vow to stay until his enlightenment came?
(a) his palace
(b) under peepal tree
(c) under banyan tree
(d) under neem tree

(b) under peepal tree

4. What did he name the tree?
(a) Bodhi tree
(b) Buddha tree
(c) Gautama tree
(d) Siddhartha tree

(a) Bodhi tree

5. Which seed did Buddha ask to bring?
(a) pumpkin seeds
(b) mustard seeds
(c) sunflower seeds
(d) cotton seeds

(b) mustard seeds

6. Gautama Buddha got enlightenment after how many days?
(a) 6 days
(b) 7 days
(c) 8 days
(d) 10 days

(b) 7 days

7. In which city did Gautama Buddha deliver his first sermon?
(a) Patna
(b) Gaya
(c) Benaras
(d) Lumbini

(c) Benaras

8. At what age did Prince Siddhartha renounce his princely life?
(a) 25
(b) 20
(c) 30
(d) 22

(a) 25

9. What moved him to seek out enlightenment?
(a) a sick man
(b) an aged man
(c) a monk begging
(d) all of these

(d) all of these

10. “The wise do not knowing the terms of the world”?
(a) laugh
(b) smile
(c) grieve
(d) all of these

(c) grieve

11. What did the young lady expect?
(a) her lover should love her for wealth
(b) her lover should love her for herself only.
(c) her lover should love her for behaviour only.
(d) none of the above

(b) her lover should love her for herself only.

12. Who was it that the poet had heard?
(a) a priest
(b) an old religious man
(c) a king
(d) none of the above

(b) an old religious man

13. What matters more to God than loving human beings?
(a) the outer qualities of human beings
(b) the inner qualities of human beings
(c) their rituals
(d) none of the above

(b) the inner qualities of human beings

14. What is the colour of the ramparts of the young lady?
(a) golden
(b) honey
(c) silver
(d) brown

(b) honey

15. How will the young man react to seeing the honey coloured ramparts?
(a) he will be thrown into despair
(b) he will be thrown into happiness
(c) he will be thrown into confusion
(d) none of the Above

(a) he will be thrown into despair

16. What does the girl want?
(a) to be loved for herself
(b) to be loved for her hair
(c) to be loved for her appearance
(d) to be loved for her riches

(a) to be loved for herself

17. What colour will the girl dye her hair into?
(a) black
(b) brown.
(c) carrot
(d) all of them

(d) all of them

18. Who can love us for who we are and not for how we look?
(a) poet
(b) young boy
(c) god
(d) none of these

(c) god

19. Who is the poet of the poem “For Anne Gregory”
(a) Carl Sandburgb
(b) William Butler Yeats
(c) Carolyn
(d) Walt Whitman

(b) William Butler Yeats

20. This poem is a conversation between………?
(a) a young man and an old woman
(b) a old man and a young woman
(c) a old man and an old woman
(d) a young man and a young woman

(d) a young man and a young woman

Chapter – 11 (The Proposal)

1. Who is squeezed between Lomov and Natalya emotionally?
(a) Natalya’s father
(b) Natalya’s mother
(c) Natalya’s brother
(d) Natalya’s friend

(a) Natalya’s father

2. How much are the Meadows worth.
(a) 100 roubles
(b) 200 roubles
(c) 300 roubles
(d) 500 roubles

(c) 300 roubles

3. What is the dispute over?
(a) Over Oxen Meadows
(b) Over Pigs
(c) Over Buffalo
(d) None of the above

(a) Over Oxen Meadows

4. What defect does Guess have?
(a) lame
(b) old age
(c) short in the muzzle
(d) all of them

(d) all of them

5. According to Lomov, what would be good enough for buying a Squeezer?
(a) 60 Roubles
(b) 25 Roubles
(c) 35 Roubles
(d) 40 Roubles

(b) 25 Roubles

6. The play is set in which country?
(a) India
(b) France
(c) Russia
(d) Japan

(c) Russia

7. What had Natalya been doing when Lomov called for her?
(a) cleaning the house
(b) washing clothes
(c) shelling peas
(d) cooking food

(c) shelling peas

8. What do they argue about after holding each other’s hands?
(a) dogs
(b) land
(c) marriage venue
(d) the cuisine

(a) dogs

9. What was the topic of the second argument?
(a) land
(b) the Proposal
(c) the dogs
(d) none

(c) the dogs

10. Who is the writer of the play ‘The Proposal’?
(a) Robert Frost
(b) Anton Chekhov
(c) Carolyn Wells
(d) Robin Klein

(b) Anton Chekhov

FOOTPRINTS WITHOUT FEET

Chapter – 1 (A Triumph of Surgery)

1. How would Pumphrey? you describe Mrs.
(a) loving
(b) over-doing
(c) intelligent
(d) rational

(b) over-doing

2. What is the meaning of the word “convalescing”?
(a) condescending
(b) disappointing
(c) worsen
(d) recover

(d) recover

3. What is the meaning of the word “scrimmage”?
(a) fight
(b) run
(c) play
(d) none of the above

(a) fight

4. What was best according to the vet?
(a) to take him to the hospital
(b) to let him have sugar
(c) to take him for a walk
(d) both b and c

(a) to take him to the hospital

5. What did the doctor advise?
(a) cut his food
(b) keep him on a very strict diet
(c) give him more exercise
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

6. Who is Hodgkin?
(a) dog owner
(b) Veterinary surgeon
(c) gardener
(d) Dog

(c) gardener

7. Mrs. Pumphrey was a very.
(a) miser
(b) cruel
(c) poor
(d) rich

(d) rich

8. What did Mrs. Pumphrey think her dog is suffering from?
(a) fever
(b) stomach pain
(c) malnutrition
(d) footsore

(c) malnutrition

9. “I think I know a cure for you.” Who is 1?
(a) Mrs Pumphrey
(b) Mr. Herriot
(c) Miss Pumphrey’s husband
(d) Mas Pumphrey’s servant

(b) Mr. Herriot

10. How did ‘Tricki’ look?
(a) very thin
(b) Very smart
(c) like a bloated sausage
(d) always ready to run

(c) like a bloated sausage

Chapter – 2 (The Thief’s Story)

1. How old was Anil?
(a) 20 years
(b) 22 years
(c) 23 years
(d) 25 years

(d) 25 years

2. How old was the thief boy?
(a) 10 years
(b) 16 years
(c) 15 years
(d) 18 years

(c) 15 years

3. Anil lived in a room in a shop named:
(a) Jumna Sweet shop
(b) Ganesh Sweet shop
(c) Ganga Sweet shop
(d) Shankar Sweet shop

(a) Jumna Sweet shop

4. What did the boy ask Anil?
(a) to give him some money
(b) to employ him
(c) to give him some food
(d) to tell him the way

(b) to employ him

5. Who hires Hari Singh as a helping hand in his house?
(a) Anil
(b) Ganesh
(c) Gaurav
(d) Ankit

(a) Anil

6. What was Anil doing when the thief boy met him?
(a) watching a wrestling match
(b) playing badminton
(c) writing on article
(d) walking on the street

(a) watching a wrestling match

7. What kind of jobs did Hari Singh do for Anil?
(a) making tea
(b) cooking food
(c) doing odd jobs
(d) all of these

(d) all of these

8. What was Anil’s profession as mentioned?
(a) writer
(b) wrestler
(c) engineer
(d) shopkeeper

(a) writer

9. Where did Anil come across with Hari Singh?
(a) at the market
(b) at a wrestling match
(c) in a mall
(d) at an exhibition match

(b) at a wrestling match

10. Who is the author of” The Thief’s Story”?
(a) James Herriot
(b) Robert Arthur
(c) Ruskin Bond
(d) Victor Canning

(c) Ruskin Bond

Chapter – 3 (The Midnight Visitor)

1. How did Ausable make Max believe there was a balcony?
(a) he made him see it
(b) with detailed description
(c) there was actually a balcony
(d) none of the above

(b) with detailed description

2. Who was actually knocking on the door?
(a) police
(b) waiter
(c) Max
(d) none of the above

(b) waiter

3. What did Max have in his hand.
(a) an important report
(b) a knife
(c) a pistol
(d) none of the above

(c) a pistol

4. Ausable was going to raise the issue of the balcony with…..
(a) government
(b) management
(c) Max
(d) Fowler

(b) management

5. How according to Ausable did Max. enter?
(a) a passkey
(b) balcony
(c) window
(d) None of the above

(b) balcony

6. What did Max want?
(a) Fowler
(b) phone
(c) report
(d) None of the above

(c) report

7. What is the meaning of the word ‘Slender’?
(a) weak
(b) slim
(c) fat
(d) None of the above

(b) slim

8. Who is Fowler’?
(a) secret agent
(b) spy
(c) personal investigator
(d) writer

(d) writer

9. He had never lost his….. accent’.
(a) American
(b) French
(c) British
(d) All of the above

(a) American

10. Where was Ausable staying?
(a) inn
(b) French hotel
(c) Fowler’s home
(d) American hotel

(b) French hotel

Chapter – 4 (A Question of Trust)

1. What does Horace do in jail?
(a) Clean floor
(b) Assistant Librarian
(c) Typist
(d) Accountant

(b) Assistant Librarian

2. Why did the woman want him to break the lock of the safe?
(a) She wanted him to steal
(b) She had forgotten the numbers
(c) She wanted to see if he could break it
(d) None of these

(b) She had forgotten the numbers

3. What colour dress was the woman wearing?
(a) Red
(b) Black
(c) Green
(d) White

(a) Red

4. Where had the servants gone?
(a) Doctor
(b) Movie
(c) Shopping
(d) To meet relatives

(b) Movie

5. What was Horace allergic to?
(a) Dust
(b) Smell of flowers
(c) Pollen
(d) Milk

(b) Smell of flowers

6. What did the lady say about his story?
(a) It was nonsense
(b) It was true
(c) It was a joke
(d) None of the above

(a) It was nonsense

7. What was the piece of evidence against him?
(a) His lighter
(b) His gloves
(c) His fingerprints
(d) All of the above

(c) His fingerprints

8. Who is talking to Horace?
(a) Servant
(b) Sherry
(c) Horace himself
(d) None of the above

(b) Sherry

9. Horace Danby___________.
(a) was unmarried
(b) was going to be married
(c) had one son
(d) had two sons and a daughter

(a) was unmarried

10. Sherry was the name of___________.
(a) a servant
(b) dog at Shotover Grange
(c) a safe in the Grange
(d) the lady in red

(b) dog at Shotover Grange

Chapter – 5 (Footprints Without Feet)

1. Where was the theatrical Company shop situated?
(a) Drury Lane
(b) Durgapur
(c) London
(d) New York

(a) Drury Lane

2. “The scientist was always_, now he became furious”.
(a) patience
(b) calm
(c) quick-tempered
(d) cool

(c) quick-tempered

3. Who called the incident “an extraordinary affair”?
(a) clergyman
(b) Mrs Hall
(c) clergyman’s wife
(d) Griffin

(c) clergyman’s wife

4. Where did Griffin find comfort in London?
(a) at the Inn
(b) a big store
(c) theatre store
(d) none of the above

(b) a big store

5. What suggest that Griffin was a homeless wanderer?
(a) no clothes
(b) no home
(c) no money
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

6. What did he do for revenge?
(a) burned himself
(b) burned the landlord
(c) burned the house
(d) he didn’t do anything for revenge

(c) burned the house

7. What was he working on?
(a) making fake footprints
(b) making human bodies invisible
(c) making invisible clothes,
(d) making a house

(b) making human bodies invisible

8. Where did he go next?
(a) Piping
(b) Iping
(c) house
(d) snowland

(b) Iping

9. What did he take from there?
(a) wine
(b) bandages
(c) food
(d) all of the above

(b) bandages

10. Griffin was rather a person.
(a) kind
(b) lawless
(c) lawfull
(d) greedy

(b) lawless

Chapter – 6 (The Making of a Scientist)

1. Name Richard’s college room mate.
(a) John
(b) James
(c) Jack
(d) Jeff

(a) John

2. Richard was just in______grade when his father died.
(a) First
(b) Second
(c) Third
(d) Fourth

(c) Third

3. Name Ebright’s social science teacher.
(a) Mr Weiherer
(b) Dr Urquhart
(c) James R Wong
(d) Taplow

(a) Mr Weiherer

4. How many gold spots were there on a Monarch Pupa?
(a) 11
(b) 12
(c) 15
(d) 10

(b) 12

5. In which class was Ebright when he lost at the County Science Fair?
(a) 5
(b) 8
(c) 7
(d) 4

(c) 7

6. What ground breaking research did Ebright do?
(a) working of body
(b) working of DNA
(c) working of heart
(d) none of the above

(b) working of DNA

7. Richard H Ebright was an excellent______.
(a) debater
(b) scientist
(c) photographer
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

8. Who did he write to get an idea for a real science experiment?
(a) his mother
(b) his friend
(c) Dr Fredrick A. Urquhart
(d) none of the above

(c) Dr Fredrick A. Urquhart

9. Which butterfly is not eaten by birds?
(a) viceroy
(b) monarch
(c) dragon fly
(d) none of the a above

(b) monarch

10. What did he collect during his childhood?
(a) coins
(b) rocks
(c) butterflies
(d) all of the above

(d) all of the above

Chapter – 7 (The Necklace)

1. How much was the necklace actually worth?
(a) Forty thousand francs
(b) Thirty six thousand francs
(c) Five hundred francs
(d) None of the above

(c) Five hundred francs

2. Did her friend recognize her years later?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) They did not bump into each other
(d) None of the above

(b) No

3. What did they do to repay?
(a) Sent away the maid
(b) Change their lodgings
(c) Husband working the evenings and nights too
(d) All of these

(d) All of these

4. What excuses do they make for the necklace?
(a) Stopped answering the friend’s calls
(b) Wrote to her that the jewel needs repair
(c) Distracted her from the necklace
(d) None of the above

(b) Wrote to her that the jewel needs repair

5. Why did she utter a cry?
(a) Seeing other ladies wrapping themselves in fur.
(b) Poverty
(c) The jewels were not to be seen when she reached home
(d) None of the above

(c) The jewels were not to be seen when she reached home

6. How did she look on the day of the ball?
(a) Elegant
(b) Gracious
(c) Full of joy
(d) All of these

(d) All of these

7. What solution did her husband come up with?
(a) Helping her find a dress
(b) Telling her to wear natural flowers in the name of jewels
(c) He didn’t suggest anything
(d) None of the above

(b) Telling her to wear natural flowers in the name of jewels

8. Did he agree to give her that money?
(a) Yes
(b) No
(c) Maybe
(d) None of the above

(a) Yes

9. What did his face look like upon hearing the amount her wife asked from him?
(a) Pale
(b) Fine
(c) Unbothered
(d) None of the above

(a) Pale

10. Why did she throw away the letter?
(a) She had nothing to wear
(b) She had no jewellery to carry
(c) She had no bag to carry
(d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

Chapter – 8 (The Hack Driver)

1. Who was Oliver Lutkins.
(a) Fritz
(b) Gustaff
(c) Bill
(d) Gray

(c) Bill

2. From where did they get Lunch?
(a) community meal
(b) Bill’s home
(c) cafe
(d) restaurant

(b) Bill’s home

3. According to Bill, Oliver owed him fifty cents for a game of……..?
(a) chess
(b) poker
(c) horse race
(d) all of them

(b) poker

4. The summons for Lutkins were for what case?
(a) theft
(b) murder
(c) forgery
(d) as a witness

(d) as a witness

5. What vehicle did Bill have?
(a) auto rickshaw
(b) cab
(c) hack
(d) cart

(c) hack

6. How many times did he have to visit New Mullions?
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4

(b) 2

7. Was he able to serve the summons to Lutkins?
(a) yes
(b) no
(c) may be
(d) none of the above

(b) no

8. What did Oliver’s mother have in her hand while she ran after them?
(a) pistol
(b) knife
(c) an iron rod
(d) none of the above

(c) an iron rod

9. Bill seemed to…….Lutkins’ talent for dishonesty?
(a) dislike
(b) hate
(c) criticize
(d) admire

(d) admire

10. How did the lawyer travel to New Mullion?
(a) by car
(b) by bus
(c) by train
(d) by auto rickshaw

(c) by train

Chapter – 9 (Bholi)

1. Who is the writer of the story ‘Bholi’?
(a) Leslie Norris
(b) Ruskin Bond
(c) KA Abbas
(d) Robert Frost

(c) KA Abbas

2. What did Bishamber demand as dowry?
(a) Money
(b) Refrigerator
(c) Television
(d) All of the above

(a) Money

3. What was in her eyes when the veil was pulled down the second time?
(a) Hate
(b) Fear
(c) Contempt
(d) None of the above

(c) Contempt

4. Who comforted Bholi?
(a) Her friend
(b) Her father
(c) Her mother
(d) Her teacher

(d) Her teacher

5. How is the situation of the house described?
(a) Poor
(b) Miserable
(c) Prosperous
(d) Fine

(c) Prosperous

6. At what age did she begin to speak?
(a) 2
(b) 5
(c) 4
(d) 1

(b) 5

7. What do you mean by the word simpleton?
(a) Simple
(b) Foolish
(c) Basic
(d) None of the above

(b) Foolish

8. At what age did Bholi begin to speak?
(a) Three
(b) Four
(c) Five
(d) Six

(c) Five

9. How many children did Ramlal have?
(a) Four
(b) Five
(c) Six
(d) Seven

(d) Seven

10. How many daughters did Ramlal have?
(a) One
(b) Two
(c) Three
(d) Four

(d) Four

Chapter – 10 (The Book That Saved The Earth)

1. According to Think Tank’s decoding, which animal can fly on the Earth.
(a) dog
(b) cat
(c) Cow
(d) horse

(c) Cow

2. What is the rank of lota?
(a) seargent
(b) marshall
(c) lieutenant
(d) commander

(c) lieutenant

3. Who is Noodle?
(a) boss of Think Tank.
(b) apprentice of Think Tank.
(c) colleague of Think Tank.
(d) acquaintance of Think Tank.

(b) apprentice of Think Tank.

4. Where was lota?
(a) theatre on Earth
(b) shopping mall on Earth
(c) library on Earth
(d) hospital on earth

(c) library on Earth

5. Name the book of nursery rhymes that saved the Earth?
(a) Mother Goose
(b) Father Goose
(c) Baby Goose
(d) Sister Goose

(a) Mother Goose

6. What are the invaders called?
(a) Marsers
(b) Martians
(c) Martina
(d) Marsent

(b) Martians

7. The story is set in the……?
(a) past
(b) present
(c) future
(d) none of the above

(c) future

8. How many moons does Mars have?
(a) one
(b) two
(c) four
(d) five

(b) two

9. What is the ‘Sandwich’ used for on Earth, according to Noodle?
(a) aviation
(b) television
(c) communication
(d) transportation

(c) communication

10. Who is the Commander-in-chief of Mars space control?
(a) Oop
(b) Omega
(c) lota
(d) Think-Tank

(d) Think-Tank