English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 5

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English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 5

The Ball Poem

ByJohn Berryman

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1.’All his young days into the harbour’, what does the underlined phrase mean in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Childhood days

(B) Beautiful days

(C) Naughty days

(D) Joyful days

2. What is the name of the poem in which a young boy loses his ball?

(A) The lost ball

(B)The Ball Poem

(C) The ball that was

(D) None of the above

3. What is the condition of the boy in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Unconsolable

(B) Timid

(C) Happy

(D) Afraid

4. Do you think ours is a world of possessions, as per the poet, John Berryman?

(A)Yes it is

(B) May be

(C) Not really

(D) Almost

5. The poet, John Berryman (The Ball Poem) does not want to intrude/console the boy because ________.

(A) now good sense prevails over the boy

(B) the boy will anyways not listen

(C) the boy has left the place already

(D) None of the above

6. How does the boy decide to face the world in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Taking up his responsibilities

(B) Composing himself calmly

(C) Fighting for his rights

(D) Both (A) & (B)

7. Why does the poet in ‘The Ball Poem’ say that money is external?

(A) Because it can buy emotions

(B) Because it cannot compensate for emotional loss

(C) Because it can be touched with hands

(D) Because it is not internal

8. As per ‘The Ball Poem’, can your childhood be brought back?

(A) No never

(B) Yes can be tried

(C) May be not

(D) Surely yes

9. In ‘The Ball Poem’ the poet says that people___________.

(A) are emotional fools

(B) will go on buying new balls

(C) do not understand each other

(D)None of the above

10. Can money buy a lost ball, as per ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) No

(B) Yes

(C) May be

(D) Maybe not

Answers:-

1.(A) childhood days
2. (B) The Ball Poem
3. (A) Unconsolable
4. (A) Yes, it is
5. (A) now good sense prevails over the boy
6. (D) Both (A) & (B)
7. (B) Because it cannot compensate for emotional loss
8. (A) No never
9.(B) will go on buying new balls
10. (A) No

The Ball Poem- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part – 1

The Ball Poem- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part – 2

The Ball Poem- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part – 3

The Ball Poem- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part – 4

The Ball Poem- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part – 6

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The Ball Poem- Value Points of the Poem

The Ball Poem- Summary in Hindi – Full Text

The Ball Poem- Comprehension Passages

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The Ball Poem- Important Extra Questions- Short Answer Type

The Ball Poem- Important Extra Questions- Long Answer Type

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