English MCQ The Hundred Dresses Part-1 Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 4

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English MCQ The Hundred Dresses Part-1 Objective quiz Class 10 Part – 4

The Hundred Dresses-I

 By El Bsor Ester

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1. Why were Peggy & Maddie surprised in the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) The school was shut all of a sudden

(B) There were 100 of designs of dresses

(C) Wanda had stood 1st in the competition & won the medal

(D) Both (B) & (C)

2. Was Wanda present to hear the result of drawing competition in the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Yes

(B) No

(C) May be

(D) Maybe not

3. In the story, “The Hundred dresses” Maddie & Peggy __________.

(A) appreciated the drawings made by Wanda

(B) were jealous of Wanda

(C) wanted to become friends with Wanda

(D) None of the above

4. Which boys sat in the last row of the class, as per the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Scholar boys

(B) Rough boys

(C) Intelligent boys

(D) Mischievous boys

5. Wanda’s school mates thought of her as ______ in the story, ” The Hundred dresses”.

(A) an intelligent girl

(B) an extraordinary girl

(C) an object of fun

(D) All of the above

6. What kind of place was ‘Boggins Heights’ as mentioned in the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) A place where the rich lived

(B) A place where poor immigrants lived

(C) A place of splendid beauty

(D) The most expensive area

7. What did Wanda always wear in the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) A bracelet in her right arm

(B) Faded red top with a long skirt

(C) Faded blue dress, never ironed properly

(D) None of the above

8. ‘She was pretty, had many dresses and curly hair’. Who does ‘she’ refer to in this line from the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Wanda

(B) Peggy

(C) Maddie

(D) Ms. Mason

9. Why did everyone think that Peggy would be the winner, in the story “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Because she was a beautiful girl

(B) Because she was intelligent

(C) Because she was richer than the rest

(D) Because she drew better than anyone else

10. As mentioned in the chapter, “The Hundred Dresses”, Wanda was ______.

(A) An American national

(B) A Polish girl

(C) A pretty girl

(D) None of the above

Answers:-

1.(D) Both (B) & (C)
2.(B) No
3. (A) appreciated the drawings made by Wanda
4. (B) Rough boys
5. (C) an object of fun
6. (B) A place where poor immigrants lived
7. (C) Faded blue dress, never ironed properly
8. (B) Peggy
9. (D) Because she drew better than anyone else
10. (B) A Polish girl

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The Hundred Dresses-I-About the Author & Introduction

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The Hundred Dresses-I- Short & Detailed Summary

The Hundred Dresses-I- Value Points of the Story

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The Hundred Dresses-I- Passages for Comprehension

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