The Snake and the Mirror-Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz

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THE SNAKE AND THE MIRROR

                                                                 ByVaikom Muhammad Basheer

MCQ Based Questions-

Choose the correct answer.

1. Where did the narrator have his meal?

      (A) At home.

      (B) At his friend’s house.

      (C) At his uncle’s house.

      (D) At a restaurant.

2. What time did he come back to his room?

      (A) At about ten in the morning.

      (B) At about two in the afternoon.

      (C) At about six in the evening.

      (D) At about ten in the night.

3. What did the narrator do after coming into the room?

      (A) He lighted a kerosene lanip.

      (B) He switched on the light.

      (C) He lighted a candle.

      (D) He sat down in the dark.

4. What does the narrator say about the room where he lived?

     (A) It was a small rented room.

     (B) It was not electrified.

     (C) There were too many rats in it.

     (D) All the above.

5. Why did the narrator live in a small rented room?

     (A) He was unmarried.

     (B) His earnings were very small.

     (C) There was no other room available.

     (D) It was very close to his clinic.

6. Why could the writer not sleep?

     (A) Because it was very hot.

     (B) Because the rats were making a lot of noise.

     (C) Both A and B.

     (D) Neither A nor B.

7. What book did the narrator take out to read?

     (A) ‘The Life of a Doctor’.

     (B) ‘Living Alone in a Rented Room’.

     (C) `Materia Medica’.

     (D) ‘The History of Modern Surgery’.

8. What does the narrator say he was an admirer of?

     (A) Art.

     (B) Beauty.

     (C) Nature.

     (D) Classical music.

9.What big quality or qualities did the narrator think he had

    (A) He was handsome.

    (B) He was a bachelor.

    (C) He was a doctor.

    (D) All the above.

10. What did he do with the comb?

      (A) He cleaned it with a brush.

      (B) He ran it through his moustache.

      (C) He threw it away into the dustbin.

      (D) He ran it through his hair and adjusted the parting.

11. What important decision did he make?

      (A) To grow a thin moustache.

      (B) To keep an attractive smile on his face always.

     (C) Both A and B.

     (D) Neither A nor B.

12. What kind of woman did he want to have as his wife?

      (A) A woman doctor with a good medical practice.

      (B) A woman who had plenty of money.

      (C) A woman too fat to run after him.

      (D) All the above.

13. What sound did he hear while sitting on the chair?

     (A) The squeak of a rat.

     (B) The hiss of a snake.

     (C) The dull thud of something falling to the ground.

     (D) The sound of somebody coming into the room.

14. What was it that had fallen at the narrator’s back?

     (A) A rubber tube.

     (B) A big rat.

     (C) A fat snake.

     (D) A dead mouse.

15. What happened when the narrator turned around to see what had fallen there?

     (A) A fat snake landed on his shoulder.

     (B) A fat snake fell on the back of his chair.

     (C) A fat snake fell to the ground.

     (D) A fat snake wriggled from his shoulder to the back of the chair.

16. How did the narrator react when he saw a tat snake on his shoulder?

     (A) He did not jump.

     (B) He did not tremble.

     (C) He did not cry out.

     (D) He neither jumped nor trembled nor cried out.

17. What happened when the narrator saw a snake landing on his shoulder?

        (A) He cried in fear.

        (B) He trembled in fear.

         (C) He jumped up from the chair.

         (D) He was turned to stone.

18. How did the narrator feel when the snake coiled around his left arm

         (A) He felt as if a leaden rod was piercing his heart.

         (B) He felt as if he was going to die. 

          (C) He felt as if God had come there to save him.

          (D) He felt as if a rod of fire was crushing his arm.

Hints :  

1.D        2.D        

3.A         4.D       

5.B          6.C        

7.C          8.B         

9.D         10.D

11. C      12. D       

13. C      14. C     

15. A      16. D     

17. D      18. D.

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The Snake and the Mirror- Word Meaning

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The Snake and the Mirror- Summary in Hindi

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The Snake and the Mirror- Message & Character

The Snake and the Mirror- Passages for Comprehension

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