English MCQ Long Walk to Freedom Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 3

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English MCQ Long Walk to Freedom Objective quiz Class 10 Part- 3

Long Walk to Freedom

By Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

Multiple Choice Questions

1.How was the democratic government chosen in South Africa, as mentioned in Long Walk to Freedom?

(A) Through rallys

(B) Through domination

(C) Through politicians

(D) Through free & fair elections

2. What changed the military generals attitudes towards Nelson Mandela?

(A) because of his personality

(B) because of his behaviour

(C) because country got freedom from racial dominations

(D) All of the above

3. Who was the law-abiding attorney of South Africa?

(A) Thabo Mbeki

(B) Nelson Mandela

(C) Zinani

(D) Mr. de Klerk

4. What transformations took place in Mr. Mandela?

(A) He started supporting the whites

(B) From a frightened man to a bold one

(C) From a law-abiding attorney into a criminal

(D) Both (B) & (C)

5. In the chapter, Long Walk to Freedom, what does ‘ rainbow gathering’ mean?

(A) Gathering of dignitaries

(B) Gathering of people from different nations

(C) Gathering of people of South Africa

(D) All of the above

6. Nelson Mandela led the ________.

(A) first non-racial government

(B) first army march past

(C) first airplane display

(D) first oath ceremony

7. In the chapter, Long Walk to Freedom,What does the expression- ‘the sun shall never set here’ — imply?

(A) There won’t be night any longer

(B) The days will be of longer duration

(C) the sun of liberty shall never set & the country (South Africa) should enjoy freedom

(D) All of the above

8. In Long Walk to Freedom, Mr. Mandela is referring __________ to a beautiful land.

(A) South America

(B) South Africa

(C) Colombia

(D) Zimbabwe

9. In the chapter (Long Walk to Freedom) the spectators lifted their eyes in awe because_____________.

(A) the display of aircrafts was difficult

(B) the army was marching towards them

(C) the display of aircrafts was difficult

(D) Both (A) & (C)

10. Why is 10th of May an important date for people of South Africa?

(A) It is Mr. Mandela’s birthday

(B) On this date,1st democratically elected government of South Africa was established

(C) It marked the union of all dignitaries

(D) None of the above

Answers:-

1.(D) Through free & fair elections
2. (C) because the country got freedom from racial dominations
3. (B) Nelson Mandela
4. (D) Both (B) & (C)
5. (B) Gathering of people from different nations
6. (A) first non-racial government
7. (C) the sun of liberty shall never set & the country (South Africa) should enjoy freedom
8. (B) South Africa
9. (D) Both (A) & (C)
10. (B) On this date,1st democratically elected government of South Africa was established

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