Higher Secondary Exam 2018 | English MCQ-SAQ Question Answer | Suggestion
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SAQ / MCQ – IMPORTANT KEYPOINT
1. It is Russian Play.
2. The Proposal is a one act play.
3. The hero of the play is Lomov.
4. Natalya is the daughter of Chubukov.
5. Natalya’s age is 25.
6. The play takes place at Chukukov’s country – house.
7. Chubukov is a land- owner.
8. Chubukov thinks that Lomov has come to him to borrow money.
9. Lomov had gone there to ask for Natalya’s hand.
10. Lomov’s full name is Ivan Vassilevitch.
11. The name of the land over which the argument started between Ivan Vassilevitch and Natalya is Oxen Meadows.
12. Oxen Meadows is between birchwoods and Burnt Marsh.
13. The peasants belonging to Natalya’s father’s grandfather had the free use of the meadows for 40years.
14. The meadow is about 5 dessiatins.
15. The name of the Ivan’s dog is Guess.
16. Ivan’s dog has gone lame.
17. Natalya’s dog is Squeezer.
18. Squeezer is the son of Harness and Chisels.
19. Chubukov’s full name is Stepan Stepanovitch Chubukov.
20. The meadows is cost of 300 roubles.
21. The another name of this play is ‘The Marriage Proposal’..
22. The play begins in a drawing room in Chubukov’s house.
23. Lomov wore a dress- jacket and white glubs.
24. The age of Lomov is 35.
25. The owner of the threshing – machine is Natalya.
26. Lomov bought Guess from Mironov for 125 roubles.
27. The cost of the Squeezer is 85 roubles.
28. Lomov is dressed in formal clothes because – he is going to propose Natalya.
29. The first argument is over land.
30. The second argument is over hunting dog.
31. Lomov feels the pull in his sleep ……………times.
32. Lomov suffers from palpetition.
33. The play was acted in the late 1880s.
34. It is a farce.
35. Lomov came in the New Year eve.
36. According to Natalya, Lomov is a land-grabber.
37. According to Chubukov, Lomov’s grandmother was drunkard and glambler.
38. According to Lomov, Chubukov’s mother was hump-backed.
39. Lomov’s heart was his hat.
40. Chubukov will shoot himselfbecause of Natalya.
41. Lomov calls Chubukov – a grabber.
42. Ivan Lomov’s aunt was Natasha Mihalovna.
43. Lomov feels a pull during sleeping twenty times.
44. Lomov said that he jumped like a lunatic.
45. Natalaya says that they are shelling peas for drying.
46. Chubukov wants to shoot Lomov like a patridge.
The Poetry of Earth
1. This is a sonnet (Petrarchan form).
2. Keats uses music as a symbol of poetry.
3. Grasshopper – summer.
4. Cricket – winter.
5. Grasshopper’s voice runs from hedge to hedge.
6. Winter evening is lone.
7. Frost has wrought a silence.
8. Keats fine inspiration in nature.
9. This poem has been taken from ‘On the Grasshopper and the Cricket’.
10. Two seasons – summer, winter.
11. Grasshopper takes the lead in summer luxury.
12. Grasshopper takes rest beneath some pleasant weed.
13. The Cricket’s song is heard from hills.
14. The poetry of earth is never deedbecause nature’s music can be heard through all seasons.
15. The music of Cricket is heard in winter evening.
16. The Cricket increases the warmth of winter.
17. The Cricket continues the Grasshopper’s song.
SONNET – 18
1. This is a sonnet no – 18 in Shakespeare’s sequence of 150sonnets.
2. This is Shakespeareans sonnet. (Shakespearean Form)
3. It is a love poem.
4. It address a young man. (His friend)
5. Young person will live as long as people read this sonnet.
6. The eye of heaven – Sun.
7. Shakespeare describes of his friends beauty.
8. Rough winds shake buds (May – month)
9. Summer’s gold complexion dimmed.
10. Every fair from fair sometimes declines by chance or nature changing course.
11. So long lives this – This is referred to sonnet.
12. The poet says that summer is not eternal.
13. Death has no control over poetry.
14. The season – summer.
15. Poet compares his friend’s beauty with a summer’s day.
16. Summer is eternal.(Summer indicates friend’s beauty.)
17. Summer is not eternal .(Summer is a season.
18. The sonnet will give life to poet’s friend forever.
19. Shakespeare uses fair twice.
20. The first fair means beautiful object.)
21. The second fair means beauty.
22. Cloud makes the gold complexion of summer dim.
Asleep In the Valley
1. This is an anti war poem.
2. This poem indicates the futility of war.
3. This lyric.(Sonnet from).
4. Valley is green and small.
5. Sun rays are coming from the mountain top.
6. Hollow means empty space.
7. The valley will fill with light.
8. The soldier is very young.
9. The pillow made of fern.
10. Soldiers mine is like an infant.
11. Two red hole’s indicate the soldier’s death by bullets.
12. The poet addresses insects not to disturb the rest of soldier.
13. Soldier sleep in sunlight.
14. The insects do not disturb him because he is peaceful.
15. The poem reflects the pity of war.</d iv>
16. The soldier do is lying on under growth.
17. His feet are amoung the flowers.
18. The insects are humming.
19. The setting of this war goes back to 1870 – is
20. The soldier is sleeping peacefully, open mouthed, in the sunlight and has kept one hand on his breast.
On killing a tree
1. This poem is an example irony.
2. This poem ends with a tragic tone.
3. The act of cutting down a tree becomes ceremonial task.
4. Deliberate act.
5. The poet right in free verse.
6. The tree is feeding the earth’s crust, absorb sun light, water.
7. Crust means the outer part of the earth.
8. A twig is a tender soot of a tree.
9. The new twigs are curled and green.
10. The almost sensitive part of a tree is root which is white in colour and the source of the tree.
11. Earth cave indicates the gaping hole in the earth when the roots are pulled out.
12. Miniature boughs mean very small branches of a tree.
13. Leprous hide means the outer part of a tree seems to have painful, dark patches like a leprous affected patient.
14. To kill a tree, the root is to be pulled out at first then after scorching, choking, browning, hardening, twisting, withering it is done.
THE TREE QUESTIONS
1. Three questions is a short story.
2. To know the answers the Tsar declared to offer a big reward.
3. The first question – How he could know his most important time to start a thing.
4. The answers of the learn men were different.
5. The hermit lived in a wood.
6. The Tsar put on simple clothes because the hermit receives only simple people.
7. The hermit was digging the earth.
8. The Tsar met a wounded man who was his enemy.
9. The Tsar bound up the wound with handkerchief (towel of hermit).
10. Tsar’s bodyguard wounded the man.
11. The second question was who the right persons for him where.
12. The third question was what the right work of life was.
13. The hermit was frail and weak.
14. The wounded man was enemy because the Tsar killed his brother and seized his property.
15. The Tsar slept on the floor of the hut.
16. The wounded man slept in the hermit’s hut.
17. It was a large wound in the stomach of the wounded man.
18. The Tsar promised to give back all his property and send his physician and his servant to serve the wounded man.
19. The most important time is the present time.
20. The most important business of a man’s life is to do good to a man.
21. The most important man of the Tsar with whom he was.
THANK YOU MA’AM
1. Roger tried to snatch Mrs. Jones pocket book.
2. Roger was a boy of very poor family.
3. Jones was walking at night.
4. The purse was containing everything except hammer and nails.
5. Roger tried to snatch to buy a pair of blue suede shoes.
6. Roger’s face was dirty.
7. Jones lived in a rented house.
8. The kitchen of Jones was in the same room.
9. The dinner was with lima beans and ham, coca.
10. While cooking Jones did not look at her purse because she did not disbelieved Roger.
11. The purse was kept on the sofa.
12. Jones work in a beauty shop.
13. Jones heated lima beans and hum.
14. Roger wanted to say Jones other than Thank you Ma’am.
15. Roger c could not run because the purse was large he lost balance.,
16. Jones dragged the boy to her house to clean him up and cook him a meal.
17. Roger heard other roomer’s laughing and talking when he entered the house of Jones.
18. Jones wanted to teach Roger Wright from wroung.
19. Roger frail and willow wild.
20. Roger put on blue jeans.
21. Jones offered Roger ten dollars.
1. (Avul Pakir Janinulabdeen Abdul Kalam)
2. It is an autobiography.
3. Kalam was a boy of Tamil family.
4. Kalam’s father was Janinulabdeen (wise and generous).
5. Everyday Kalam’s mother fed many outsiders.
6. Kalam lived in the mosque street of Rameswaram in the erstwhile Madras Street.
7. Kalam’s ancestral house builds in the 19thcentuary.
8. It was a fairly large pucca house which was made of lime stone and brick.
9. People came Rameswaram to visit the Shiva Temple.
10. Kalam’s locality was predominantly Muslims.
11. Pakshi Lakshmana Swastry was the head priest of the Shiva Temple. (the friend of Kalam’s father)
12. Kalam was indebted to his father because he reveals to him the fundamental truths.
13. Kalam’s father would pick up a dozen coconuts.
14. Kalam’s father would take start for 4 miles.
15. His mother was Ashiamma.
16. Kalam began his carrier at a Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.
17. Kalam’s father started his day at 4am. By reading the namaz.
18. Kalam’s father was left sixties.
19. Rameswaram temple was just a ten minuteswalk from Kalam’s house.
20. Kalam would usually have rice, aromatic, samber, homemade pickle and coconut chutney.
21. Kalam could not understand the meaning of the prayers it was chanted in Arabic.
22. Kalam’s taith dipped his fingertips into the bowl of wate
r and chanted a pray to purify it.
23. People would carry the purified water to their house to cure the invalids.
24. Kalam’s one of the most vivid memories was of his father and the high priest of Rameswaram Temple discussing matters in their houses.
25. According to Kalam’s father prayer made possible a communion of the spirit between people.
26. Kalam’s father thought that adversity always presents opportunities for introspection.
27. Kalam’s father would walk four miles to reach their coconut grove to collect some coconuts after namaz at dawn.
THE EYES HAVE IT
1. The narrator had the train compartment up to Rohana.
2. The girl got in at Rohana.
3. Her parents saw her off.
4. The details instruction was to the girl by the woman.
5. The instructions were where to keep things, when not to lean out of windows and how to avoid to speaking to strangers.
6. Her parents called good bye.
7. The author had been sitting in a dark corner.
8. Author’s voices startled the girl.
9. The girl was getting off at Saharanpur.
10. Her aunt was metting her at Saharanpur.
11. The author was going to Dehra and then to Mussorie.
12. October is the best time.
13. The girl has an interesting face.
14. The narrator wanted to prevent the girl from discovering his blindness.
15. The game e that the narrator played with his fellow was to pretend he could see.
16. Then I made a mistake, the mistake wasto let sleep the fact that he could not see.
17. According to the narrator few girls can resist flattery.
18. The beautiful eyes of the girl were useless because she was completely blind.
19. The scent of perfume from the girl’s hair made the narrator the voice of the girl was as lively as the stream coming down from the mountain.
20. It was a bearable to the girl to sit in a train for more than 2 or 3 hours.
21. People with good eyesight fail to see what is right infront of them.
22. The voice of the narrator startled the girl because sitting in a dark corner.
23. The narrator knew that the little girl wore slippers from the way they slapped.
24. The couple seemed very anxious about the comfort of the little girl.
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