English MCQ The Duck and the Kangaroo Objective quiz Class 9 Part – 5

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English MCQ The Duck and the Kangaroo Objective quiz Class 9 Part – 5

THE DUCK AND THE KANGAROO

By- Edward Lear

Multiple Choice Questions

1.“….‘ I’m ready!”- Who was ready?

(a)Kangaroo

(b)Duck

(c)The poet

(d)The carrier

2. In the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’when did the kangaroo said it was ready to carry the duck?

(a)During morning

(b)Under the bright sun

(c)Under the pale moonlight

(d)During dusk

3. What was the advice given by the kangaroo in order to balance well in the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’?

(a)Sit steady

(b)Sit steady at the end of the Kangaroo’s tail

(c)Put on the socks

(d)Not to look out here and there

4. The moonlight was _________ when they started the journey in the poem ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’

(a)Bright

(b)Shallow

(c)Pale

(d)Brilliant

5. “So away they went with a hop and a bound”- Who went?

(a)The duck and its neighbors

(b)The kangaroo and the poet

(c)The kangaroo and the duck

(d)The kangaroo and the ducklings

6. How many times the kangaroo and the duck hopped around the world?

(a)1

(b)2

(c)3

(d)4

7. What does “hopping” mean?

(a)Flying with one wing

(b)Running fast

(c)Jumping on one foot

(d)Moving laterally

8. “And quite at the end of my tail!”- Whose tail?

(a)Donkey

(b)Duck

(c)Kangaroo

(d)Horse

9. “And who so happy,—O who”- Who was/were happy?

(a)Duck

(b)Kangaroo

(c)Poet

(d)Both (a) and (b)

10. What is the central theme of the poem The Duck and the Kangaroo?

(a)We can solve any difficulty by working hard and being polite.

(b)We need to be true to ourselves.

(c)We should always be in our limits.

(d)We should not chase others’ dreams.

Answers:-

1.(a)Kangaroo
2. (c)Under the pale moonlight
3. (b)Sit steady at the end of Kangaroo’s tail
4. (c)Pale
5. (c)The kangaroo and the duck
6. (c)3
7. (c)Jumping on one foot
8. (c)Kangaroo
9. (d)Both (a) and (b)
10. (a)We can solve any difficulty by working hard and being polite.

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