English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 6

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English MCQ The Ball Poem Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 6

The Ball Poem

ByJohn Berryman

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1. What does ‘epistemology’ mean in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Contrasting ideas

(B) Nature of loss

(C) Understanding the problem

(D) None of the above

2. What should we learn from ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) That we should be careful

(B) Gain & loss are two sides of the same coin

(C) Things once lost cannot be found

(D) Life is very long

3. In ‘The Ball Poem’ the ball is a symbol of__________.

(A) materialistic gains

(B) important aspects of life

(C) the boy’s nature

(D) None of the above

4. Does the poem ‘The Ball Poem’ show any rhyme scheme?

(A) No

(B) Yes

(C) Little bit

(D) Not at all

5. What was the state of the boy when he lost the ball in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) Trembling

(B) Shaken

(C) Confused

(D) All of the above

6. Who has written ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) John Berryman

(B) Jack Berryman

(C) Joseph Berryman

(D) Jade Berryman

7. Do you think the boy in ‘The Ball Poem’ overreacted to the situation?

(A) Yes

(B) No

(C) May be

(D) May be not

8. Why does the poet feel that no fuss should be made in ‘The Ball Poem’ over small things?

(A) Because it is not a big deal

(B) Because children lose a lot of things

(C) Ball was any ways too old

(D) Both (A) & (B)

9. As per John Berryman, when does a boy lose his childhood in ‘The Ball Poem’?

(A) When he lost the ball

(B) When he becomes an adult

(C) When he plays games

(D) None of the above

10. What does the poet use in the poem (‘The Ball Poem’)?

(A) The ball

(B) Good combination of tone, imagery & symbolism

(C) Feelings of a young boy

(D) All of the above

Answers:-

1.(B) Nature of loss
2. (B) Gain & loss are two sides of the same coin
3. (A) materialistic gains
4. (D) not at all
5.(D) All of the above
6. (A) John Berryman
7. (A) Yes
8. (D) Both (A) & (B)
9.(B) When he becomes an adult
10. (D) All of the above

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 – 5

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The Ball Poem- Comprehension Passages

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