The Duck and the Kangaroo- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-2

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The Duck and the Kangaroo- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-2

THE DUCK AND THE KANGAROO

By- Edward Lear

Multiple Choice Questions

1. “‘Please give me a ride on your back!”- Who wants a ride?

(a)Duck

(b)Kangaroo

(c)The poet

(d)None of the above

2. Who would sit quietly on the back in the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’?

(a)Kangaroo

(b)The poet

(c)The wild duckling

(d)Duck

3. Fill in the blank. ‘I would sit quite still, and say nothing but __________

(a)“Cry”

(b)“Hop”

(c)“Kriek”

(d)“Quack”

4. In the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’ the Duck wanted to go to places like

(a)Dee

(b)Jelly Bo Lee

(c)Jee

(d)Both (a) and (b)

5. In the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’ the duck wanted a ride over the ________ and ___________

(a)Land and Sea

(b)Land and Mountains

(c)Mountain and Sea

(d)Land and Shores

6. What is “Quack”

(a)A loud cry by kangaroo

(b)A sound made by chickens

(c)A sound made by duck

(d)A sound to express happiness and desires

7. “This requires some little reflection”- Who said this?

(a)Duck

(b)Kangaroo

(c)Poet

(d)A stranger

8. In the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’ “reflection” means

(a)Pondering

(b)Image in the mirror

(c)Bouncing

(d)Similar mindset

9. What required some serious reflectionin the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’?

(a)The attempt to road by riding on the duck

(b)The habit of duck staying at the nasty pond

(c)The request of ride by the duck to the Kangaroo

(d)The act of hopping across continents

10. “Perhaps on the whole it might bring me luck”- Who is ‘me’ here?

(a)Duck

(b)Kangaroo

(c)Poet

(d)The wanderer

Answers:-

1.(a)Duck
2. (d)Duck
3. (d)“Quack”
4. (d)Both (a) and (b)
5. (a)Land and Sea
6. (c)A sound made by duck
7. (b)Kangaroo
8. (a)Pondering
9. (c)The request of ride by the duck to the Kangaroo
10. (b)Kangaroo

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The Duck and the Kangaroo-Short & Detailed Summary

The Duck and the Kangaroo-Summary in Hindi – Full Text

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