English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 3

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English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 3

The Ball Poem

ByJohn Berryman

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1. As per the poet, John Berryman, the loss of the ball symbolizes the loss of innocence and childhood. Why?

(A) Like childhood, the lost ball can’t be retrieved.

(B) Like childhood, the ball is also small.

(C) Like childhood, the ball is amazing.

(D) None of the above

2. In the poem, ‘The Ball Poem’, where does the boy lose his ball?

(A) In the jungle

(B) In the water

(C) Near a picnic spot

(D) All of the above

3. The boy in ‘The Ball poem’ keeps staring at the ball. What does this convey?

(A) Boy is helpless

(B) Boy is sad

(C) Boy is happy

(D) Both (A) & (B)

4. In ‘The Ball Poem’, The ball is seen `_____’ bouncing down the street.

(A)happily

(B) merrily

(C) speedily

(D) simply

5. For the boy in ‘The Ball Poem,’ the loss of the ball is a great loss because________.

(A) it was an expensive ball

(B) his parents will scold him

(C) he can buy a new ball, but it won’t be the same ball

(D) All of the above

6. What does ‘the harbour’ stand for in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) A body of water

(B) Vastness of life

(C) Saga of emotions

(D) None of the above

7. What does the boy ultimately realise in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Goods once gone, do not come back

(B) Losing is a part of life

(C) One ball can be replaced by another

(D) Nothing is forever

8. ‘He senses first responsibility’ what is ‘he’ referred to as in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) The poet, John Berryman

(B) The boy who lost the ball

(C) A friend of the boy

(D) None of the above

9. While recovering from the loss, what did the boy in ‘The Ball Poem’ realize?

(A) Loss is a part & parcel of life

(B) We must learn to move on

(C) It was a mere ball

(D) Both (A) & (B)

10. As per the poet, John Berryman, how can one live a fruitful & purposeful life?

(A) When we come out of depression

(B) When we buy fruits on daily basis

(C) When we enjoy life

(D) When we crib & cry over petty things

Answers:-

1.(A) Like childhood, the lost ball can’t be retrieved.
2. (B) In the water
3. (D) Both (A) & (B)
4.(B) ‘merrily’
5. (C ) he can buy a new ball, but it won’t be the same ball
6. (B) Vastness of life
7. (B) Losing is a part of life
8. (B) The boy who lost the ball
9. (D) Both (A) & (B)
10. (A) When we come out of depression

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