Class X Extra. Qu.



THE DEAR DEPARTED REFERENCE TO CONTEXT – MCQs Read the following extracts and choose the correct option. 1. Mrs Slater : “I’m amazed at you, Victoria, I really am. How can you go gallivanting about in the street with your grandfather lying dead and cold upstairs, I don’t know. Be […]

Ch.13- The Dear Departed (EXTRA Qu.)




                                                          The Mirror        (By- Silvia Plath) Qu1- ‘I have no preconceptions’. Who says this?     Ans. Mirror Qu.2-    What separates the mirror and the wall? Ans. People who see their reflection Qu. 3-   The moon and the candle are liars because Ans. everything looks good in dim light  Qu.4-    The […]

The Mirror (Extra Qu.)


                                 Frog and the Nightingale                                                                                    By Vikram Seth Short answer type questions- Qu.1- ‘I don’t think the song’s divine    But – oh – well – at least it’s mine.’ What does the nightingale imply by the last line?             Ans.- She sings from her heart Qu.2- ‘So […]

Ch. 7- The Frog and the Nightingale (Extra Qu.)


A Shady Plot   ( Elsic Brown) EXTRACTS BASED QUESTIONS Read the extracts given below and answer the questions that follow : 1. “I am going back to my grandmother. My lawyer will communicate with you later ?” (CBSE–SA-2–2012–61008) (a) Who speaks the above lines ? (b) Why is she going […]

A Shady Plot (Extra Qu.)



                                            THE LETTER    (By Dhumaketu) Ques1:    Describe the early morning scene, when Ali visited the post Office.      Ans:    The whole town was asleep at that time, more due to the cold and biting wind. Ali plodded on his way to the Post office, drawing his tattered clothes tighter, […]

THE LETTER (Extra Qu.)



                    Two Gentlemen of Verona   (By A.J. Cronin)                                                                  1)What had happened to the parents and the house of Nicola and Jacopo? Ans- Nicola and Jacopo had lost their mother earlier only. Their father, who was an established singer, was killed in the war when Italy was attacked by Germany. […]

1. Two Gentlemen of Verona (EXTRA Qu.)