English MCQ On Killing a Tree Objective quiz Class10 Part – 5

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English MCQ On Killing a Tree Objective quiz Class10 Part – 5

ON KILLING A TREE

ByGieve Patel

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does ‘scorching’ mean in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Humid

(B)Deep rooted

(C)Very hot

(D)Killing

2. In the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’, the roots will be scorched and choked under

(A)Sunlight

(B)Air

(C)Cloud

(D)Both (a) and (b)

3. “And then it is done”- What is done?

(A)The roots are pulled out entirely from earth cave

(B)The tree is killed

(C)The curly twigs are destroyed

(D)The barks are chopped off

4. “Browning, hardening,…”- What will undergo browning and hardening?

(A)The twigs

(B)The boughs

(C)Tree

(D)The roots

5. What does ‘withering’ mean in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Hardened

(B)Choked

(C)Dried

(D)Killed

6. What will lead to the browning and hardening of the roots in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Exposure to Sun

(B)Exposure to Rain

(C)Robing and tying

(D)Both (a) and (c)

7. Choose the consequences that will happen to the roots of the tee once its uprooted in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Withered

(B)Twisted

(C)Hardened

(D)All of the above

8. What is the meaning of ‘hack’ in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’?

(A)Tip to cut tree

(B)Cutting roughly by heavy blows

(C)The act of uprooting

(D)The process of tearing off the twigs

9. Indicate the figure of speech used in the poem ‘On Killing a Tree’.

(A)Personification

(B)Metaphor

(C)Alliteration

(D)All of the above

10. “Twisting, withering”- Twisting and withering of what?

(A)Branches

(B)Leaves

(C)Roots

(D)All of the above

Answers:-

1.(C)Very hot
2. (D)Both (a) and (b)
3. (B)The tree is killed
4. (D)The roots
5. (C)Dried
6. (A)Exposure to Sun
7. (D)All of the above
8. (B)Cutting roughly by heavy blows
9. (D)All of the above
10. (C)Roots

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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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