English MCQ On Killing a Tree Objective quiz Class 9 Part – 1

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English MCQ On Killing a Tree Objective quiz Class 9 Part – 1

ON KILLING A TREE

ByGieve Patel

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Who wrote the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Edward Lear

(B)Gieve Patel

(C)Robert Frost

(D)William Butler Yeast

2. In the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’, what is not a simple jab of the knife?

(A)Cutting a tree

(B)Killing a tree

(C)Uprooting a tree

(D)Both (b) and (c)

3. What does jab of knife mean in the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Thrust with a knife

(B)Edge of knife

(C)Tearing a knife

(D)None of the above

4. In the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’, the process of killing a tree takes

(A)Minimum time

(B)Much longer time

(C)Hardly any time

(D)An entire day

5. What has grown Slowly consuming the earth in the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Nature

(B)Love

(C)Superstition

(D)Tree

6. “Rising out of it, feeding/ Upon its crust, absorbing/ Years of sunlight, air, water, — What do these lines mean?

(A)Man is surviving with sunlight, air, and water

(B)Since years, man is feeding on earth and staying on its crust

(C)Trees are surviving by utilizing the earth’s resources

(D)Trees grow under good sunlight and air and water

7. What are the trees absorbing in the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Air

(B)Sunlight

(C)Water

(D)All of the above

8. “Upon its crust, absorbing…”- Whose crust?

(A)Trees

(B)Earth

(C)Water

(D)Universe

9. “Will do it. It has grown….”-Which has grown?

(A)Tree

(B)Man

(C)Bark

(D)Both (b) and (c)

10. What does ‘leprous hide’ meaning the poem, ‘On Killing a Tree’??

(A)A discolored bark

(B)A state of disease of Leprosy

(C)Being led by mystery

(D)None of the above

Answers:-

1.(B)Gieve Patel
2. (B)Killing a tree
3. (A)Thrust with a knife
4. (B)Much longer time
5. (D)Tree
6. (C)Trees are surviving by utilizing the earth’s resources
7. (D)All of the above
8. (B)Earth
9. (A)Tree
10. (A)A discolored bark

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On Killing a Tree- Introduction

On Killing a Tree- Theme, Title & Message

On Killing a Tree- Literary Devices, Rhyme Scheme & Poetic Devices

On Killing a Tree- Useful Expression & Paraphrasing

On Killing a Tree-Important Word-Meanings of difficult words & Vocabulary

On Killing a Tree-Short & Detailed Summary

On Killing a Tree-Summary in Hindi – Full Text

On Killing a Tree-Comprehension Passages

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On Killing a Tree – Important Extra Questions- Long Answer Type

 

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