English MCQ The Last Lesson Objective quiz Class 12 Part- 3

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As per new education policy multiple choice questions hold 25 % weightage. In this page we are providing multiple choice questions in English. Go through them to find out your understanding of chapter with objective type questions for the chapter The Last Lesson. These questions are examveda for you. These are from Flamingo We assure you that these objective questions will help you to gain confidence. You can also download English MCQ pdf. These English MCQ are for class 12. In the further pages of edumantra.net you will find English grammar multiple choice questions with answers pdf. So Let’s dive in- 

English MCQ The Last Lesson Objective quiz Class 12 Part- 3

The Last Lesson

                                              By- Alphonse Daudet

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1.Based on linguistic chauvinism, ‘The Last Lesson’ has been penned down by _________.

(A) Alphonse Daudet

(B) Robert Frost

(C) Ruskin Bond

(D) Ogden Nash

2.What is chauvinism in context to the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A)Be ing brutally honest

(B) a devotion for/against something based on your feelings

(C) an act of bravery

(D) none of the above

3. What is linguistic chauvinism in context to the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A)An idea that one’s language is superior to that of another

(B) speaking nothing but the truth

(C) making use of brutally honest words

(D) none of the above

4. When does linguistic chauvinism prevail in context to the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A)During debates

(B) when the language is that of the ruling party

(C) During lectures/seminars

(D) amongst people of different castes

5. What does linguistic chauvinism refer to, as in the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A) Imposition of one’s language on others

(B) Using the same language always

(C) loving the language of others

(D) all of the above

6. What is considered to be the cultural identity of the people, as in the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A) Food

(B) clothing

(C) shelter

(D) language

7. Why is the language the pride of the country, as in the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A) because there is a variety of it

(B) because it defines the cultural history

(C) because people use it lovingly

(D) because it conveys the message of the heart

8. Which burning question does the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’ raise?

(A) Imposing a language on others

(B) Freedom of expression

(C) Freedom of speech

(D) all of the above

9. In the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’, “Will they make them sing in German, even the pigeons?” is spoken by?

(A) Alphonse

(B) Franz

(C) Frederick

(D) Fenny

10. “Will they make them sing in German, even the pigeons?”- what does this line mean, from the chapter ‘The Last Lesson’?

(A) even the birds and animals can’t be forced to abandon their language

(B) what forces a man to enforce a language on others

(C) everyone has right to freedom of speech

(D) All of the above

Answers:-

1.Alphonse Daudet
2. a devotion for/against something based on your feelings
3. An idea that one’s language is superior to that of another
4. when the language is that of the ruling party
5. Imposition of one’s language on others
6. language
7. because it defines the cultural history
8. Imposing a language on others
9. Franz
10. (D) All of the above

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