English MCQ Two Stories About FlyingObjective quiz Class 10 Part – 2

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As per new education policy multiple choice questions hold 25 % weightage. In this page we are providing multiple choice questions in English. Go through them to find out your understanding of chapter with objective type questions for the chapter Two Stories About Flying. These questions are examveda for you. These are from First Flight We assure you that these objective questions will help you to gain confidence. You can also download English MCQ pdf. These English MCQ are for class 10. In the further pages of edumantra.net you will find English grammar multiple choice questions with answers pdf. So Let’s dive in- 

English MCQ Two Stories About FlyingObjective quiz Class 10 Part-2

Two Stories About Flying Part-I 

By Liam O’Flaherty

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1.’His first flight’ has been beautifully put into words by _______.

(A) Oscar Wilde

(B) James Joyce

(C) Roddy Doyle

(D) Liam O’ Flaherty

2. What can you learn from the story ‘His first flight’?

(A) We must never try anything in life

(B) Trial and error can lead to success

(C) The path to success is always easy

(D) None of the above

3. Who can be seen learning the art of flying in the story, His first flight?

(A) A crow

(B) A sparrow

(C) An ant

(D) A seagull

4. The seagull in the story, His first flight, was _________.

(A)brave

(B) hesitant

(C) Timid

(D) Both (B) & (C)

5. What stopped the seagull from learning to fly?

(A) He did not have wings

(B) His fear & hesitation

(C) His love for the land

(D) All of the above

6. What proved as a blessing in disguise for the seagull?

(A) His lucky extra baby wing

(B) The support of his friends

(C) His faith in God

(D) His diving at the fish

7. Why did the seagull dive at the fish?

(A) To learn to swim

(B) To help the fish swim

(C) To satiate his hunger pang

(D)None of the above

8. What is the theme of the story, ‘His first flight’?

(A) No one attends success instantly

(B) Do not attempt what you cannot do

(C) Try if you can

(D) Errors always misguide you

9. After a shaky start, he spread out his wings and started flying upwards and downwards- who is referred to the underlined word of the story, His first flight?

(A) The crane

(B) The seagull

(C) The crow

(D) The penguin

10. How did the seagull’s siblings fly?

(A) They took a deep breath

(B) They ran to the brink of the ledge

(C) They flapped their wings

(D) Both (B) & (C)

Answers:-

1.(D) Liam O’ Flaherty
2. (B) Trial and error can lead to success
3. (D) A seagull
4. (D) Both (B) & (C)
5. (B) His fear & hesitation
6. (D) his diving at the fish
7. (C) To satiate his hunger pang
8. (A) no one attends success instantly
9. (B) The seagull
10. (D) Both (B) & (C)

Two Stories About Flying- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-1

Two Stories About Flying- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-3

Two Stories About Flying- Multiple Choice Questions in Quiz Part-4

Want to Read More Check Below:-

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- About the Author & Introduction

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Important Word-Meanings of difficult words & Theme

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Short & Detailed Summary

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Value Points

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Summary in Hindi – Full Text

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Line To Line Explanation in Hindi

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Extract Based comprehension test Questions & Character of the Story

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Passages For Comprehension

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Important Extra Questions- Very Short Answer Type

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Important Extra Questions- Short Answer Type

Part-I Two Stories About Flying- Important Extra Questions- Long Answer Type

 

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