English MCQ Wind Objective quiz Class 9 Part- 4

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As per new education policy multiple choice questions hold 35 % 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 Wind. These questions are examveda for you. These are from Beehive 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 9. 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 Wind Objective quiz Class 9 Part- 4

WIND

                                   By- Subramanian Bharati

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

1.“He makes strong fires roar and flourishes”. What does this line imply?

(a)The wind can nurture something which is already strong

(b)The wind is capable of nurturing weak things

(c)The wind will be a strong friend

(d)None of the above

2.“His friendship is good”. Whose friendship is good?

(a)The speaker’s

(b)The wind’s

(c)God’s

(d)None of the above

3.Roar means

(a)A prolonged nod

(b)A prolonged deep cry

(c)Growth

(d)None of the above

4.“His friendship is good”- Why his friendship is good?

(a)It helps to make strong houses

(b)It helps us to get away with mischiefs

(c)It helps us to grow stronger

(d)Both (b) and (c)

5.“We praise him every day”. Whom should we praise?

(a)The legend

(b)The speaker

(c)The wind God

(d)None of the above

6. Which figure of speech has been used in this poem?

(a)Metaphor and anaphor

(b)Personification

(c)Hyperbole

(d)None of the above

7. In the end, the speaker asks the wind to come softly because

(a)He doesn’t want to get wet in the rain

(b)He doesn’t want to overestimate his strength

(c)He is nervous and anxious

(d)Both (b) and (c)

8. The speaker’s request to the wind, in the end, shows his

(a)Confident attitude

(b)Grateful attitude

(c)Fearless attitude

(d)Cautious attitude

9. What is the moral of this poem?

(a)Pray to the wind

(b)Be strong and rigid and you can overcome the obstacles

(c)It’s not good to be weak and poor

(d)None of the above

10. Who is cleaver at poking fun at the weak?

(a)God

(b)The rain

(c)The wind

(d)None of the above

Answers:-

1.(a)The wind can nurture something which is already strong
2. (b)The wind’s
3. (b)A prolonged deep cry
4. (c)It helps us to grow stronger
5. (c)The wind God
6. (a)Metaphor and anaphor
7. (b)He doesn’t want to overestimate his strength
8. (d)Cautious attitude
9. (b)Be strong and rigid and you can overcome the obstacles
10. (c)The wind

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Wind- Extract Based comprehension test Questions

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Wind-Important Extra Questions- Short Answer Type

Wind-Important Extra Questions- Long Answer Type

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