The Last Lesson – Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-1

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The Last Lesson

                                              By- Alphonse Daudet

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

MCQ Based Questions-

1.For the last two years, where did all the bad news come from?

 (a) the Bulletin Board                                                                (b) Town Hall

(c) school                                                                                       (d) M. Hamel’s House

2.Who asked Franz not to hurry to school?

 (a) Old Hauser                                                                             (b) former Mayor

 (c) former Postmaster                                                               (d) blacksmith Watcher

3.What was M. Hamel going to question Franz about?

 (a) participles                                                                              (b) adjectives

(c) old primer                                                                               (d) Ba be bi bo bu

4. What was unusual about M. Hamel’s dress?

(a) wore clean clothes                                                               (b) wore a brand new outfit

(c) wore clothes he wore on prize days                                 (d) wore traditional French clothes

5. Who sat on the back bench on the last lesson?

 (a) Franz                                                                                    (b) Prussians

 (c) the village people                                                             (d) The new teacher

6. What order had come from Berlin?

(a) to close the school                                                 

(b) teach German in schools of Alsace and Lorraine

(c) to open a new school in Alsace and Lorraine   

 (d) that Hamel would have to leave

7. Why did Hamel blame himself?

 (a) not having taught them enough French           

 (b) not being strict

 (c) giving students a holiday at times                                   (d) not being responsible

8. What does the last lesson taught by Hamel symbolize?

 (a) no more teaching of French                               (b) domination of Prussia

(c) learning of German                                               (d) loss of language and loss of freedom

9.What is the moral that the Alphonse Daudet wants to bring out?

 (a) not to put off things that one can do that day            

 (b) old order changed to new

 (c) one should accept everything that happens       

 (d) teachers should be respected

10. What does the marching of soldiers under the windows represent?

(a) the departure of Hamel                                              (b) dawn of Prussia in France

 (c) freedom for Franz                                                            (d) sorrow of the villagers

ANSWERS

1.(a) the Bulletin Board

2.(d) Blacksmith Watcher

3.(a) participles

4.(c) wore clothes he wore on prize days

5.(c) the village people

6.(b) teach German in schools of Alsace and Lorraine

7.( c) giving students a holiday at times

8.d) loss of language and loss of freedom

9.(a) not to put off things that one can do that day

10.(b) dawn of Prussia in France

The Last Lesson – Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-2

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