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Question 1
Who is the author of the short story “The portrait of a lady”?
A
Rudyard Kipling
B
Ruskin bond
C
Savitha raj
D
Khushwant Singh
Question 2
In the short story, “The portrait of a lady” who was portrayed by the author?
A
His mother
B
His grandmother
C
His friend
D
Hi cousin
Question 3
The short story “The portrait of a lady” brings out the bond between the author and his
A
Mother
B
Father
C
Grandmother
D
Sister
Question 4
Who is the narrator of the story “The portrait of a lady”?
A
Khushwant Singh
B
Grandmother
C
Little sparrow
D
Military officer
Question 5
How many years Khushwant Singh noticed that her grandmother looked old and wrinkled?
A
Ten years
B
Fifteen years
C
Twenty years
D
Thirty years
Question 6
In the story “The portrait of a lady” who was pretty in her young age
A
The author
B
Grandmother
C
Mother
D
School teacher
Question 7
Which is hard to believe for the author?
A
Her grandmother is educated
B
Her grandmother cooks well
C
Her grandmother had a husband
D
Her grandmother knows dancing
Question 8
The portrait of Khushwant Singh’s grandfather was hung in
A
Dressing room
B
Prayer room
C
Kitchen
D
Drawing room
Question 9
Whose portrait was hung above the mantelpiece in the drawing room?
A
Father
B
Grandmother
C
Grandfather
D
Mother
Question 10
In the short story “The portrait of a lady” who wore big turban and loose fitting clothes?
A
Grandfather
B
Father
C
School principal
D
Author’s friend
Question 11
In the story “The portrait of a lady” whose white beard covered the part of the chest?
A
Father
B
Police officer
C
Grandfather
D
The author
Question 12
In the portrait the author’s grandfather looked at least ______
A
50 years old
B
70 years old
C
85 years old
D
100 years old
Question 13
Find out the correct statement which matches the look of  author’s grandfather
A
He looks like person who had wife
B
He looks like person who had lots of friends
C
He looks like person who had children
D
He looks like person who have lots of grandchildren
Question 14
What thought was revolting around the author in his childhood?
A
How to get first mark
B
Cycling in the hilly side
C
Once Grandmother had been young and pretty
D
Collecting stamps
Question 15
  • “She often told us of the games she used to play as a child”
  • Who used to tell this to author?
A
Mother
B
Grandmother
C
Sister
D
Teacher
Question 16
What seems like fables of the prophets to the author?
A
School lecture
B
Listening story of his mother
C
Grandmother narrating the games she used to play in her childhood
D
Advice of his father
Question 17
Find the below statement which express the appearance of author’s grandmother
A
Fat, short and slightly bent
B
Thin, short and straight
C
Fat, tall and slightly bent
D
Fat, tall and straight
Question 18
In the short story “The portrait of a lady” who has never grown older?
A
Author
B
Grandfather
C
Grandmother
D
Sister
Question 19
In the short story “The portrait of a lady” who had stayed at same age for twenty years?
A
Grandmother
B
Grandfather
C
Mother
D
Father
Question 20
As per Khushwant Singh, the author of “The portrait of a lady” who is always beautiful?
A
His mother
B
His sister
C
His wife
D
His grandmother
Question 21
What coloured dress was worn by author’s grandmother?
A
Black
B
Pink
C
White
D
Red
Question 22
The author of the story “The portrait of a lady” had a good friendship with
A
His mother
B
His classmate
C
His grandmother
D
His father
Question 23
The parents of Khushwant Singh left him with his grandmother and went to
A
Himalayas
B
Malaysia
C
City
D
Village
Question 24
Who is used to hobble around the home of Khushwant Singh?
A
Friends
B
Birds
C
His grandmother
D
His mother
Question 25
Why author’s grandmother constantly moves her lips?
A
Due to aging problem
B
She sings a song in low tune
C
She talk with herself
D
She recites inaudible prayer
Question 26
As per Khushwant Singh which was like the winter landscape in the mountain?
A
His grandmother
B
Snow lake
C
Top of the hill
D
Ice-cream
Question 27
Who used to make the author get ready for the school?
A
His mother
B
His maid
C
His elder sister
D
His grandmother
Question 28
Who used to sing a morning prayer in a monotonous sing-song voice?
A
The author
B
Grandmother
C
Grandfather
D
Mother
Question 29
Who used to wash the wooden slate of the author?
A
The author
B
Grandmother
C
Grandfather
D
Mother
Question 30
Grandmother used to give ________ to author for breakfast.
A
Idly
B
Dosa
C
Sandwich
D
Chapatti
Question 31
Describe the texture of Chapatti prepared by Khushwant Singh’s grandmother.
A
Thick and stale
B
Thin and soft
C
Thick and fluffy
D
Thin and moist
Question 32
Why grandmother used to carry chapattis with her?
A
She give chapattis to poor
B
She give chapattis to author’s friends
C
She carry for her need
D
She carry for street dogs
Question 33
Why grandmother did go to school with the author?
A
She loves to walk
B
Her friend’s home is near to school
C
Temple is attached to school
D
Library in nearer to school
Question 34
Grandmother always has _____ in her hand.
A
Keys
B
Mobile phone
C
Book
D
rosary
Question 35
Who taught the alphabets and the Morning Prayer to the author?
A
Grandmother
B
Priest
C
Mother
D
School teacher
Question 36
  • “I loved her voice but never bothered to learn it”
  • Whose voice is loved by Khushwant Singh the author of the story, “The portrait of a lady”?
A
Father
B
Grandmother
C
Mother
D
Sister
Question 37
Grandmother of Khushwant Singh used to throw Chapattis to
A
Birds
B
Sparrow
C
Village dogs
D
Linnet
Question 38
Which is the turning point in the friendship of author and his grandmother?
A
Accident occurred to author
B
Both shifted to a city where the parents settled
C
Author went to abroad
D
Author admitted to residential school
Question 39
Who no longer came to the school of author?
A
Grandmother
B
Father
C
Sister
D
Brother
Question 40
Khushwant Singh used to go to school in
A
Motor cycle
B
Motor bus
C
Motor car
D
By walk
Question 41
In the  city author’s grandmother used to feed
A
Dogs
B
Cats
C
Sparrows
D
Crows
Question 42
What made grandmother unhappy?
A
She couldn’t help the author with his lessons
B
No temple in city
C
She hated the flat
D
Culture of the city
Question 43
Who shares the room of the author?
A
His brother
B
His friend
C
His grandmother
D
His cousin
Question 44
When the author was given with separate room?
A
After his schooling
B
During his education in university
C
After the death of his grandmother
D
After his fight with grandmother
Question 45
  • “The common link of friendship was snapped”
  • The author’s friendship with whom was snapped
A
His mother
B
His friend
C
His grandmother
D
His father
Question 46
How the grandmother relaxed herself in the afternoon?
A
By having a deep sleep
B
By Feeding the sparrow
C
By reciting the prayers
D
By doing yoga
Question 47
  • “She smiled but never shooed them away”
  • The grandmother never shooed the
A
Author
B
Dogs
C
Cats
D
Birds
Question 48
What was the happiest time of the day for grandmother?
A
Visiting the temple
B
Evening walk
C
Watering the plants
D
Feeding the sparrows
Question 49
What was the reaction of the grandmother, the moment author went to abroad for studies?
A
She cried
B
She refused to take food
C
She did not showed any emotion
D
She felt ill
Question 50
Grandmother came to _______ to leave the author
A
Airport
B
Railway station
C
Bus junction
D
Harbour
Question 51
In the short story “The portrait of a lady” who accepted the isolation with resignation?
A
Father
B
Mother
C
Grandfather
D
Grandmother
Question 52
  • “Her fingers were busy telling the beads of her rosary”
  • The above line describes which character
A
The author
B
Author’s grandmother
C
Author’s father
D
Author’s mother
Question 53
After how many years author came to his home town?
A
Six years
B
Five years
C
Seven years
D
Eight years
Question 54
  • “I left I cherished the moist imprint as perhaps the last sign of physical contact between us”
  • The above implies the last physical contact between the author and his?
A
Mother
B
Sister
C
Grandmother
D
Father
Question 55
Author’s grandmother collected the neighbourhood women and sing the song of
A
Lord Krishna
B
Meera bai
C
Home coming warriors
D
Lord Shiva
Question 56
  • “I came back home and was met by her at the station. She did not look a day older. “
  • Who doesn’t look a day older?
A
The author
B
Father
C
Mother
D
Grandmother
Question 57
What was the happiest moment for grandmother after the arrival of author?
A
Talking with the author
B
Preparing food for the author
C
Feeding the sparrows
D
Feeding the sparrows
Question 58
What is the sudden change spotted in the grandmother’s routine?
A
She stopped feeding to sparrows
B
She went to temple
C
She did not pray
D
She collected the flowers
Question 59
The grandmother collected the women of the neighbourhood _______
A
Started a cookery class
B
Played veena
C
She started to sing a song by playing the drum
D
She went to temple
Question 60
Which act overstrained the grandmother of the author?
A
Talking for a long time
B
Praying continuously
C
Started to sing by playing drum
D
Went to temple by walk in rain
Question 61
  • “But my grandmother thought differently.”
  • What was the grandmother’s thought?
A
She want to collect old coins
B
She thought her end was near
C
She had a thought of going to pilgrimage
D
She thought of preparing food for all
Question 62
What felt from the lifeless fingers of the grandmother?
A
Money
B
Old coins
C
Gold chain
D
Rosary
Question 63
  • “We protested. But she ignored our protests.”
  • Who ignored the protest of the author’s family?
A
Father
B
Grandmother
C
An army officer
D
Neighbourhood lady
Question 64
Who came to the funeral of author’s grandmother?
A
Street dogs
B
Priest
C
Cats
D
Sparrows
Question 65
In the short story, “The portrait of a lady” whose corpse was covered with red colour shroud?
A
Mother
B
Father
C
Grandmother
D
Grandfather
Question 66
Who feed little crumbs to the sparrows after the death of grandmother?
A
The author
B
Author’s mother
C
Author’s father
D
Neighbourhood lady
Question 67
  1. “When we carried my grandmother’s corpse off, they flew away quietly.”
  2. Who flew away quietly?
A
Parrot
B
Sparrows
C
Crows
D
Crows
Question 68
Who played a vital role in formative years of the author Khushwant Singh?
A
Father
B
Grandmother
C
School friends
D
Cousin
Question 69
Nationality of Khushwant Singh
A
Indian
B
Pakistani
C
American
D
Srilanka
Question 70
Khushwant Singh was a
A
Doctor
B
Lawyer
C
News paper editor
D
Teacher
Question 71
Khushwant Singh did his higher studies in
A
America
B
London
C
Japan
D
China
Question 72
Khushwant Singh joined in
A
Indian Army
B
Indian Navy
C
Indian Foreign Service
D
Indian Forest Service
Question 73
Which year Khushwant Singh joined in Indian Foreign Service?
A
1967
B
1956
C
1947
D
1952
Question 74
Which year Khushwant Singh was awarded with Padma Bhusan?
A
1953
B
1974
C
1980
D
1986
Question 75
Khushwant Singh was
A
Padma Bhusan awardee
B
Padma Shri awardee
C
Padma Shri and Padma Bhusan awardee
D
Padma Bhusan and Padma Vibhusan awardee
Question 76
Among the following find the works of Khushwant Singh
A
We Indians
B
Death at my doorstep
C
A history of Sikhs
D
All the above
Question 77
Khushwant Singh received fellowship of
A
Sahitya academy
B
Kalashatra
C
University of madras
D
Indian forest service
Question 78
“The Mark of Vishnu” was  the renowned work of
A
Savitha raj
B
Khushwant Singh
C
Tamer shah
D
Ruskin bond
Question 79
“The train to Pakistan “ was the renowned work of
A
Savitha raj
B
Khushwant Singh
C
Tamer shah
D
Ruskin bond
Question 80
As a writer Khushwant Singh was well known for his
A
Secularism
B
Sarcasm
C
Love for poetry
D
All the above
Question 81
Who is the author of the poem
A
Barrack Obama
B
Nelson Mandela
C
Gabriel Okara
D
Robert Frost
Question 82
What kind of poem is “Once upon a Time”?
A
Descriptive dialogue
B
Narrative monologue
C
Narrative dialogue
D
Rhythmic orientation
Question 83
What is the mind-set of poet of the poem “Once upon a Time”?
A
Happy
B
Painful
C
Jealous
D
Confuses state
Question 84
In the poem “Once upon a Time” the poet condemns
A
Racial discrimination
B
Failure of farmers
C
Duplicity displayed the adults
D
Unequal opportunity
Question 85
As per the author of the poem “Once upon a Time” negative changes  that creeps into
A
Society
B
Nation
C
Behaviour of humans
D
Growth of the nation
Question 86
In the poem “Once upon a Time” who laments the negative changes  that creeps into the attitude
A
Father
B
Teacher
C
Mother
D
Friend
Question 87
When people laugh their honesty reflected in their
A
Eyes
B
Mouth
C
Speech
D
Mannerism
Question 88
As per the author of the poem  the laugh of modern people is
A
Genuine
B
Superficial
C
Breathtaking
D
Appreciable
Question 89
In the poem “Once upon a Time” who warns the son that people are not trust-worthy?
A
Father
B
Mother
C
Teacher
D
Friend
Question 90
As per author of the poem “Once upon a Time” _______ words comes only from the tip of the tongue.
A
Welcome
B
Bad
C
Selfish
D
Encouraging
Question 91
The author of the poem ” Once upon a Time” mentioned the art learned by human is
A
Art of being happy
B
Art of learning laughing therapy
C
Art of handling the situation
D
At of changing the facial expression
Question 92
In the poem “Once upon a Time” who wear mask and exhibit multiple faces?
A
The poet
B
Humans
C
Animals
D
Witch
Question 93
In the poem “Once upon a Time” the author wants to became
A
Birds
B
Beautiful linnet
C
Child
D
Old man
Question 94
  • “But now they only laugh with their teeth”
  • Who are ‘they’?
A
Olden days man
B
Modern man
C
Child
D
Witch
Question 95
  • “They used to laugh with their hearts
  • And laugh with their eyes:”
  • Who laugh with their hearts and eyes?
A
Modern man
B
Man in olden days
C
Child
D
God
Question 96
  • “But now they only laugh with their teeth
  • While their ice-block-cold eyes”
  • Explain the phrase ice-block-cold eyes
A
Eye lacking a feel of warmth
B
Eyes covered with snow
C
Eyes of an Negros
D
Eyes of the newly born baby
Question 97
  • “While their ice-block-cold eyes”
  • Find the figure of speech
A
Metaphor
B
Personification
C
Simile
D
Irony
Question 98
  • “But that’s gone, son
  • Now they shake hands without hearts”
  • Who are ‘they ‘refer to?
A
Olden days man
B
Modern man
C
Child
D
Witch
Question 99
  • “While their left hands search
  • My empty pockets”
  • Whose hands search the empty pocket of the author?
A
Olden days man
B
Modern man
C
Child
D
Witch
Question 100
  • “While their left hands search
  • My empty pockets”
  • The above sentence implies
A
Modern man evaluates one’s worth
B
Olden days man spend lots of money
C
Son of the poet searches for money
D
The poet have lots of money in the pocket
Question 101
  • “For then I find doors shut on me.”
  • Who shut down the door?
A
Olden days man
B
Modern man
C
Child
D
Witch
Question 102
In the poem “Once upon a time” who learned to wear faces like dress?
A
The speaker
B
The son
C
Modern man
D
Olden days man
Question 103
  • “Cocktail face, with all their conforming smiles”
  • What do you mean by cocktail face?
A
face showing mixed emotions
B
face lack of emotion
C
face of a person in bar
D
face of a drunken person
Question 104
  • “with all their conforming smiles
  • Like a fixed portrait smile”
  • What do you mean by portrait smile?
A
Fixed smile for all occasion
B
Energetic smile
C
Attractive smile
D
Smiling for photo shoot
Question 105
  • “And I have learned too
  • To laugh with only my teeth”
  • Who had learned to laugh only with teeth?
A
The speaker of the poem
B
Modern man
C
Child
D
God
Question 106
  • “Like dresses – home face
  • Office face, street face, host face”
  • Mention the figure of speech in the above sentence
A
Metaphor
B
Simile
C
Personification
D
Alliteration
Question 107
  • “Like a fixed portrait smile”
  • Mention the figure of speech in the above sentence
A
Metaphor
B
Simile
C
Personification
D
Alliteration
Question 108
  • “And shake hands without my heart”
  • Mention the figure of speech in the above sentence
A
Metaphor
B
Simile
C
Personification
D
Alliteration
Question 109
In the poem “Once upon a time” the speaker  addresses
A
World
B
His son
C
God
D
Water
Question 110
  • “Shows only my teeth like a snake’s bare fangs!”
  • Mention the figure of speech in the above sentence
A
Metaphor
B
Simile
C
Personification
D
Alliteration
Question 111
In the poem “Once upon a time” the speaker was like whom in once upon a time?
A
His mother
B
His son
C
His friend
D
His father
Question 112
  • I have also learned to say “Goodbye”
  • When I mean “Good-riddance”:
  • What do you mean by good radiance?
A
expression of relief
B
bright face
C
a face with confidence
D
matured thinking
Question 113
  • At home, once, twice
  • There will be no thrice –
  • Find the rhyming word in the above line
A
Twice-thrice
B
Once-thrice
C
Once-twice
D
None of the above
Question 114
  • Shows only my teeth like a snake’s bare fangs!
  • What do you mean by fangs?
A
Teeth of venomous snake
B
Skin of snake
C
Head of a snake
D
Poison secreted by snake
Question 115
  • “Shows only my teeth like a snake’s bare fangs!”
  • Who is decided to show the teeth just like snake?
A
The speaker
B
The son
C
The god
D
The witch
Question 116
In the poem “once upon a time” what is the relationship between the narrator and the listener?
A
Father and son
B
Mother and daughter
C
Father and daughter
D
Strangers
Question 117
Gabriel Okara born in which year
A
1920
B
1921
C
1922
D
1934
Question 118
Nationality of Gabriel Okara is
A
American
B
Nigerian
C
South African
D
Asian
Question 119
Which poem of Gabriel Okara had won the best award for Literature at the Nigerian Festival of Arts in 1953?
A
Once upon a time
B
We are born to win
C
The Call of the River Nun
D
None of the above
Question 120
Which year Gabriel Okara established himself as accomplished writer?
A
1950
B
1960
C
1977
D
1980
Question 121
The first novel of Gabriel Okara is
A
Once upon a time
B
We are born to win
C
The call of the River Nun
D
The voice
Question 122
Name the work of Gabriel Okara which includes his poem collection
A
The Fisherman’s Invocation
B
Once upon a time
C
We are born to win
D
The call of the River Nun
Question 123
Name the child story book written by Gabriel Okara?
A
Once upon a time
B
We are born to win
C
The call of the River Nun
D
Little Snake and Little Frog
Question 124
An Adventure to Juju Island is the book of Gabriel Okara published in which year
A
1990
B
1991
C
1992
D
1993
Question 125
Whose poems were published in the influential periodical Black Orpheus?
A
Ruskin Bond
B
Nelson Mandela
C
Rudyard Kipling
D
Gabriel Okara
Question 126
Gabriel Okara honoured with ______ award.
A
American society
B
Writer of the decade
C
Knighthood
D
Common wealth poetry
Question 127
In the poem “Once upon a time” what is the reaction of the modern people if someone knocked the door thrice?
A
They welcome the guest
B
They won’t talk
C
They shut the door
D
They became happy
Question 128
In the poem “once upon a time” the speaker wants to learn _____ from his son
A
How to be happy
B
How to laugh
C
How to do maths
D
How to control mind
Question 129
Which year Gabriel Okara collection of poem was published?
A
1956
B
1978
C
1989
D
1990
Question 130
In the poem “Once upon a time” the author wants to relearn?
A
How to laugh
B
How to earn money
C
How to be happy
D
How to be genuine
Question 131
In the poem “Once upon a time” who wants to shed falsehood and regain true ways as a child.
A
A father
B
A framer
C
A teacher
D
God
Question 132
Who is the writer of story “After twenty years”?
A
O. Henry
B
Ruskin Bond
C
Tagore
D
Rudyard Kipling
Question 133
The story “After twenty years” is about.
A
A couple
B
Two friends
C
Army officers
D
Forced labour
Question 134
In the short story of O. Henry how many years ago two friends fixed an appointment.
A
Ten years
B
Twenty years
C
Thirty years
D
Fifteen years
Question 135
The short story “After twenty years” was set out in which city
A
New York
B
France
C
Rome
D
Russia
Question 136
Nationality of the short story “After twenty years” is
A
America
B
Britain
C
China
D
India
Question 137
Who is the narrator of the story “After twenty years”?
A
O. Henry
B
Jimmy Wells
C
Bob
D
The policeman
Question 138
In the short story “After twenty years” who made an impressive move on the beat?
A
Bob
B
O. Henry
C
The policeman
D
An Army officer
Question 139
In the short story “After twenty years” the incident occurred at ______
A
10 o’ clock
B
12 o’ clock
C
6 o’ clock
D
7 o’ clock
Question 140
Mention time period of occurrence of the incident in the short story “After twenty years”
A
Moring
B
Evening
C
Noon
D
Night
Question 141
  • “The impressiveness was habitual and not for show”
  • Whose impressiveness is habitual?
A
O. Henry
B
Bob
C
The policeman
D
An Army officer
Question 142
  • “Made a fine picture of a guardian of the peace”
  • The above line describes whom?
A
The policeman
B
Bob
C
An Army officer
D
O. Henry
Question 143
Which blocked the Policeman suddenly in midway to slow down his walk?
A
The sewage
B
An attractive clock shop
C
An car accident
D
A man leaned on a store
Question 144
The man noticed by the policeman leaned on _____ store.
A
Cigar store
B
Clock store
C
Hardware store
D
Electrical store
Question 145
  • “A man leaned, with an unlighted cigar in his mouth”
  • From the above line find out the character who belongs to the short story “After twenty years”
A
Bob
B
Jimmy Wells
C
The policeman
D
An army officer
Question 146
  • “As the policeman walked up to him the man spoke up quickly”
  • Name the man who spoke up when the policeman walked towards him.
A
Bob
B
Jimmy wells
C
O. Henry
D
An army officer
Question 147
In the short story “After twenty years”, who is waiting for the friend in hardware store?
A
Bob
B
Jimmy wells
C
O. Henry
D
An army officer
Question 148
  • “It’s an appointment made twenty years ago.”
  • In the above line an appointment was made by
A
Two friends
B
A couple
C
An army officer
D
A group of business people
Question 149
Once there was a ________ is situated in the place of hardware store.
A
Bar
B
Club
C
Hotel
D
Restaurant
Question 150
In the short story “After Twenty years” two friends made an appointment in
A
The Temple
B
The church
C
Coffee shop
D
The restaurant
Question 151
Name the restaurant where two friends were made an appointment?
A
Big Joe’ Brady’s restaurant
B
John’s coffee house
C
McDowell’s house
D
Victoria inn
Question 152
In the short story “After twenty years” the appointment fixed by two friends is
A
To meet each other after twenty years in the same place and at the same time
B
To meet each other after twenty years in the same place with lots of money
C
To meet each other after twenty years in the same place with varies novels and books
D
To meet each other after twenty years in the same place and at the same time with the money earned by both.
Question 153
  • “The man in the doorway struck a match and lit his cigar.”
  • Identify the character that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
A
Bob
B
Jimmy wells
C
O. Henry
D
An army officer
Question 154
In the short story “After twenty years” identify the character that have a little white scar near his right eyebrow.
A
Jimmy wells
B
O. Henry
C
Bob
D
The policeman
Question 155
In the short story “After twenty years” the scarf pin of Bob was made up of
A
Pearl
B
Gold
C
Diamond
D
Platinum
Question 156
In the short story “After twenty years” who narrated the appearance of Bob?
A
The policeman
B
An army officer
C
The shop owner
D
Cigar shop employee
Question 157
  • “I dined here at Big Joe Brady’s with Jimmy Wells”
  • Who dined with Jimmy Wells in Big Joe Brady’s restaurant before twenty years?
A
Bob
B
The police man’
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 158
In the short story “After twenty years” two friends were raised together in
A
London
B
Marry land
C
New York
D
Spain
Question 159
______ was eighteen years old when they had their last meeting in Big Joe Brady’s restaurant.
A
Jimmy
B
Bob
C
O. Henry
D
An army officer
Question 160
Jimmy was ______ years old before the two friends decided to move apart.
A
Sixteen
B
Twenty
C
Seventeen
D
Twenty two
Question 161
In the short story “After twenty years” who went to western side to look after his live hood?
A
Jimmy
B
Bob
C
O. Henry
D
An army officer
Question 162
  • “He thought it was the only place on earth”
  • In the above line ‘He’ refers to whom?
A
Bob
B
Jimmy
C
Cigar shop owner
D
An army officer
Question 163
  • “He thought it was the only place on earth.”
  • In the above sentence from the short story “After twenty years” – ‘it’ refers to which place on earth.
A
London
B
Western countries
C
Japan
D
New York
Question 164
  •  “It sounds pretty interesting,”
  • Identify the character which belongs to short story “After Twenty years”
A
Bob
B
The policeman
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 165
According to Bob which is the big proposition?
A
North
B
South
C
East
D
West
Question 166
In the shirt story “After twenty years” who came from thousand miles to meet Jimmy?
A
Bob
B
The policeman
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 167
  • “The waiting man pulled out a handsome watch”
  • Who is the waiting man referred in the above sentence.
A
Bob
B
The policeman
C
Jimmy
D
An army officer
Question 168
 In the short story “After twenty years” two friends were parted exactly at what time?
A
9o’ clock
B
10o’ clock
C
11o’ clock
D
12’o clock
Question 169
  • “Three minutes to ten”
  • Who announced the time?
A
Bob
B
The policeman
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 170
  • “I’ll give him half an hour at least”
  • Bob decided to give hour an hour for whose arrival?
A
Jimmy
B
The policeman
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 171
  • “If ______ is alive on earth he’ll be here by that time”
  • Fill in the blank with the character that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
A
Jimmy
B
Bob
C
The policeman
D
An army officer
Question 172
In the short story “After twenty years”, who is the man from west?
A
Bob
B
Jimmy Wells
C
The policeman
D
An army officer
Question 173
  • “Oh, I grew a bit after I was twenty”
  • Identify the character that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
A
Bob
B
Jimmy wells
C
The tall man
D
An army officer
Question 174
Who told to Bob that he have one position in city apartment?
A
Jimmy Wells
B
The tall man
C
The policeman
D
An army officer
Question 175
  • “The man from the West, his egotism enlarged by success”
  • Whose egotism was enlarged by success?
A
Bob
B
Jimmy
C
The tall man
D
An army officer
Question 176
  • “Time cannot change a man’s nose from Roman to pug”
  • The above sentence is taken from the short story
A
Two leaf
B
After twenty years
C
Gift of magi
D
Two friends
Question 177
  • “It sometimes changes a good man into a bad one”
  • Identify the character that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
A
Bob
B
Jimmy wells
C
The tall man
D
An army officer
Question 178
Who arrested bob?
A
The tall man
B
The policeman
C
An army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 179
In the short story “After twenty years” Jimmy Wells was actually
A
The Tall man
B
The Policeman
C
The Army officer
D
Cigar shop owner
Question 180
In the short story “After twenty years” from where a telegraphic message dropped about Bob?
A
Canada
B
Chicago
C
Marry land
D
New jersey
Question 181
Who gave a piece of little paper to Bob?
A
The tall man
B
An army officer
C
A cigar shop owner
D
None of the above
Question 182
In the short story “After twenty years” who is the patrolman?
A
Jimmy wells
B
Bob
C
A cigar shop owner
D
The tall man
Question 183
Who is the best friend of Bob?
A
Jimmy wells
B
Bob
C
A cigar shop owner
D
The tall man
Question 184
In the short story “After twenty years” who arrested Bob by sending a tall man?
A
Jimmy wells
B
An army officer
C
Hardware store owner
D
A cigar shop owner
Question 185
Nationality of  O. Henry is
A
America
B
Russia
C
France
D
Britain
Question 186
The original name of O. Henry
A
William Sydney Porter
B
William Peter
C
Jimmy Wells
D
Sydney Walker
Question 187
How many short stories were written by O. Henry?
A
250
B
260
C
382
D
381
Question 188
Whose short story always have unexpected twist in the end?
A
Ruskin Bond
B
Rudyard Kipling
C
James wells
D
O. Henry
Question 189
The short story “After twenty years” was first published in
A
New time magazine
B
New York world
C
Times now
D
Sunday times
Question 190
From the following find the work of O. Henry
A
The Gift of the Magi
B
A Retrieved Reformation
C
The Third Ingredient.
D
All the above
Question 191
  • Find out the meaning of the phrase that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
  • On the beat
A
moving around hitting every one with a stick
B
on duty walking around the assigned area
C
marching with his heart beating fast
D
dancing for the song
Question 192
  • Find out the meaning of the phrase that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
  • A guardian of peace
A
Watch man
B
An Officer
C
A Policeman
D
A holy man
Question 193
  • Find out the meaning of the phrase that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
  • Arm in arm
A
with arms linked together
B
with weapons in hands
C
with handcuffs on wrists
D
with diamond watch on waist
Question 194
  • Find out the meaning of the phrase that belongs to the short story “After twenty years”.
  • Plainclothes man
A
a man who wears simple clothes for grand occasions
B
a policeman in civilian clothes while on duty
C
a cine artist in ordinary costumes
D
a man with simple costumes
Question 195
The story “The Ransom of Red Chief” is written by
A
O. Henry
B
Saki
C
William Henry
D
Charles Wilson
Question 196
In which anthology the short story “After twenty years” was included
A
The hundred dollar
B
Stories for all
C
The four million
D
End point
Question 197
The works of William Sydney Porter romanticized the life of ordinary people in ______ City.
A
Burma
B
New York
C
Spain
D
Melbourne
Question 198
For _____ magazine O .Henry wrote a story almost over a year.
A
The New York world Sunday Magazine
B
The New York world for all
C
The world Sunday Magazine
D
The times now Sunday Magazine
Question 199
In which years prolific writing of O. Henry was began
A
1902
B
1904
C
1905
D
1906
Question 200
‘ The Third intelligent’ was the story written by
A
O. Henry
B
Saki
C
William Henry
D
Charles Wilson
Question 201
  • Choose the correct antonyms for the given word.
  • Moist
A
Marshy
B
Arid
C
Slimy
D
Sultry
Question 202
  • Find the suitable word to form a compound word.
  • Mantle
A
Piece
B
Proof
C
Knob
D
Hive
Question 203
  • Whom she fed longer and with frivolous rebukes.
  • Find the suitable meaning for the underlined word.
A
Interest
B
Work
C
Scolding
D
Pain
Question 204
Dilapidated drum and sang of the homecoming of warriors Find the suitable meaning for the underlined word.
A
Damaged
B
Hard
C
New
D
Heavy
Question 205
She hobbled about the house in spotless white Find the meaning of the underlined word.
A
Running
B
Walked steadily
C
Walked unsteadily
D
Walked in a zigzag manner
Question 206
  • Find the suitable word to form a compound word.
  • Bee
A
Hive
B
House
C
Free
D
Proof
Question 207
Words that are derived or formed from the base word by adding prefixes and suffixes are called _______.
A
Additive
B
Derivatives
C
Substitutes
D
Immersive
Question 208
Turtles should be ___________ in a healthy environment. Fill in blank with suitable homophones.
A
Bread
B
Bred
C
Waist
D
Waste
Question 209
  • These medicines will ___________ your pain.
  • Finally, the manager learnt ___________ the hard way.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable homophones
A
Lesson, lessen
B
Lessen, lesson
C
Less, more
D
Less, lesson
Question 210
  • The child looks very sick and___________.
  • I need a ___________ of water to wash these cups.
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable homophones
A
Pail, pale
B
Pale, pail
C
Tan, pail
D
Pail, tan
Question 211
Fill in the blanks with suitable determiners. They came early but there was____________ work to do
A
Little
B
A little
C
None
D
All
Question 212
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable determiners.
  • The teacher gave __________student a separate topic for the assignment.
A
All
B
Every
C
That
D
One
Question 213
Who is the author of the poem “Rock me sleep”?
A
Elizabeth Beret Browning
B
Elizabeth Akers Allen
C
Annie Louisa Walker
D
Ruskin Bond
Question 214
In the poem “Rock me sleep” who longs to become a child once again
A
Women
B
Men
C
Father
D
Grandmother
Question 215
Choose the correct antonym for the given word.
  • Monotonous
A
Interesting
B
Tiresome
C
Fragrant
D
Satisfying
Question 216
Name the American writer whose novel is titled as “The portrait of a lady”.
A
Henry Walt
B
Henry James
C
James Wilson
D
Robert Brown
Question 217
Laughter yoga is also known as
A
Astra yoga
B
Vayu yoga
C
Hasya yoga
D
None of the above
Question 218
________ is an excellent way to reduce stress in our lives.
A
Laughing
B
Eating
C
Reading books
D
Running
Question 219
_______ is the practise involving prolonged voluntary laughter.
A
Laughter yoga
B
Laughter exercise
C
Laughter method
D
Laughing happily
Question 220
Laughter yoga is made as exercise routine by
A
Madhan Kumar
B
James Priyan
C
Madan Kataria
D
Vasudev
Question 221
Who is Madan Kataria?
A
Indian chemist
B
Indian physician
C
Indian scientist
D
Indian novelist
Question 222
‘Laugh for no reason’ a book on laughter therapy is written by
A
Madhan Kumar
B
James Priyan
C
Madan Kataria
D
Vasudev
Question 223
Which year the book ‘Laugh for no reason’ was written?
A
2001
B
2002
C
2003
D
2004
Question 224
The poem ’Father’ was written by
A
Robert Brown
B
Edger Albert Guest
C
Robert Frost
D
William words worth
Question 225
The soldiers had to pass______ a dark tunnel. Fill in the blanks with suitable preposition.
A
To
B
In
C
Through
D
Away
Question 226
  • The officer, with his stalwart form.
  • Find the meaning of the underlined word.
A
Tall and smart
B
Very attractive
C
Short person
D
Physically strong
Question 227
  • A man gets in a groove in New York.
  • Find the meaning of the underlined word.
A
House
B
Old building
C
Dull routine
D
Small box
Question 228
  • Fill in the blanks with suitable option.
  • The ______ was covered with a shroud.
A
Corps
B
Corpse
C
Water
D
Tree
Question 229
  • Many intricate and artful movements.
  • Find the meaning of the underlined word or phrase.
A
Fast
B
Slow
C
Complicate
D
Attractive
Question 230
  • He was a kind of plodder.
  • What do you mean by plodder?
A
one who toils slowly but steadily
B
walk in a confident way
C
one who loves to help other
D
one who always busy with his business
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