The Hundred Dresses-II – Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part- 3

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The Hundred Dresses-II – Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part- 3

The Hundred Dresses-II

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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

 1. In the story, “The Hundred Dresses”, both Peggy and Maddie decided to________.

(A) write a letter to Wanda Petronski.

(B)find Wanda Petronski

(C) forget Wand Petronski

(D) All of the above

2. Ms. Mason of the story “The Hundred Dresses ” received a letter from (on the last day of school)?

(A) Wanda’s father

(B) Wanda

(C) School’s principal

(D) All of the above

3. In the story, “The Hundred Dresses”, Peggy could only say to Maddie “She must have really liked us”. Why?

(A) Because Wanda gave them the drawings to keep

(B) Because Wanda gave them expensive gifts

(C) Because Wanda customized the drawings for them

(D) All of the above

4. Do you think Wanda’s feelings were hurt by the whole class, in the story, “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Yes, of course

(B) No, doesn’t look like

(C) Maybe, not sure

(D) May be not

5. “I have a letter from Wanda’s father that I want to read to you.”- who said these lines in the story “The Hundred Dresses”?

(A) Ms. Mason to the classmates of Wanda

(B) The headmistress to Ms. Mason

(C) Peggy to Maddie

(D) Maddie to Peggy

6. Who did Wanda send a letter to?

(A) Peggy                                                          

(B) Maddie

(C) the headmistress                            

(D) Miss Mason

7. Who was really troubled over Wanda’s incident?

(A) Peggy                                               

(B) Maddie

(C) Miss Mason                                     

(D) all of the above

8. What drawing did Peggy get?

(A)  the green coloured dress with red trimmings        

(B)  the blue coloured dress

(C)  the hundred dresses                                                

(D) all of the above

9. What drawing did Maddie get?

(A) the green dress with red trimmings

(B) the blue dress

(C) all the hundred dresses                    

(D) none of the above

10. Who did Maddie find in her bedroom drawing?

(A) Peggy                                                

(B) Wanda Petronski

(C) Maddie herself                                  

(D) an unknown girl

Answers:-

1.(A) write a letter to Wanda Petronski.
2.(B) Wanda
3. (C) Because Wanda customized the drawings for them
4. (A) Yes, of course
5. (A) Ms. Mason to the classmates of Wanda
6. (D) Miss Mason
7. (B) Maddie
8. (A) the green coloured dress with red trimmings
9. (B) the blue dress
10. (C) Maddie herself

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The Hundred Dresses-II -About the Author & Introduction

The Hundred Dresses-II – Theme of the Story

The Hundred Dresses-II – Important Word-Meanings of difficult words

The Hundred Dresses-II – Short & Detailed Summary

The Hundred Dresses-II – Value Points of the Story

The Hundred Dresses-II – Summary in Hindi – Full Text

The Hundred Dresses-II – Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz

The Hundred Dresses-II – Comprehension Passages

The Hundred Dresses-II – Extract Based comprehension test Questions

The Hundred Dresses-II – Main Characters of the Story

The Hundred Dresses-II – Important Extra Questions- Very Short Answer Type

The Hundred Dresses-II – Important Extra Questions- Short Answer Type

The Hundred Dresses-II – Important Extra Questions- Long Answer Type

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