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XI (FB)

MCQs
POEM: 1
THE RAIN
1.

2.

Who is the poet of the poem The Rain?


(a)
W. H. Auden
(c)
W. H. David

(b)
(d)

W. H. Davies
Merry Longfellow

What will fill each dark round drop?


(a)
A Luminous Light
(c)
A Wondrous Light

(b)
(d)

A Limelight
A dark Light

3.

In the poem The Rain the sight that the poet hopes for is:
(a)
The Rain
(b)
The Sun
(c)
The spring
(d)
The Snow

4.

In the poem The Rain the poet has presented the musical display of:
(a)
The Rain
(b)
The Sun
(c)
The Moon
(d)
The Light

5.

In which condition does the poem The Rain presents the poor?
(a)
A worthy state
(b)
A good state
(c)
A miserable state
(d)
A disastrous state

6.

What sort of a noise the Rain produces?


(a)
Bitter
(c)
Harsh

(b)
(d)

Pleasant
Sweet

What are the green leaves drinking,?


(a)
Rose water
(c)
Rain water

(b)
(d)

Intoxicated water
Mineral water

Who does not like Rain?


(a)
A poor man
(c)
A Rich man

(b)
(d)

A rained man
A happy man

When did the sun come out?


(a)
in the morning
(c)
in the clouds

(b)
(d)

in the noon
when the rain would stop

What does the poet hear?


(a)
A song
(c)
A Symphony

(b)
(d)

Leaves drinking Rain


An Elegy

7.

8.

9.

10.

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

W. H. Davies
A Wondrous Light
The Sun
The Rain
A Miserable state
Sweet
Rain water
A poor man
When rain would stop
Leaves drinking Rain

POEM: 2
NIGHT MAIL
1.

2.

3.

4.

Where the night mail is passing from?


(a)
Border
(c)
Passage

(b)
(d)

Boundaries
Cave

What does the world gradients mean?


(a)
Ascending
(c)
Ascending & Descending

(b)
(d)

Descending
None

What does the night mail shoveling?


(a)
Cloud
(c)
Dust

(b)
(d)

White steam
Blue steam

Where the birds stare from?


(a)
From the trees
(c)
From the Hedges

(b)
(d)

From the Boughs


From the Bushes

5.

The poet in the poem Night Mail describes the journey of a Night Mail that
contains the?
(a)
Mail
(b)
E-Mail
(c)
Blackmail
(d)
Cargo

6.

What does the Night Mail bring for the girl?


(a)
Letters
(b)
(c)
Chocolates
(d)

Gifts
Flowers

7.

What noise does the night mail produce during its journey,
(a)
Humming
(b)
Snorting
(c)
Barking
(d)
Screaming

8.

The night mail is always on


(a)
Time
(c)
Track

(b)
(d)

its way
Board

9.

Which of the following is not crossed by the Night Mail?


(a)
The grass land
(b)
The cotton fields
(c)
Moorland
(d)
The Scotland

10.

Why no one wakes up from slumber when the Night Mail passes?
(a)
Because they dont hear its noise
(b)
Because they are used to of it.
(c)
Because they are sleeping.
(d)
Because they are in the house.

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Border
Ascending and descending uniformly
White steam
From the Bushes
Mail
Letters
Snorting
Time
The Scotland
Because they are used to of it

POEM: 3
LOVELIEST OF TREES THE CHERRY NOW
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

What does the poet fascinated by?


(a)
The beauty of spring
(c)
The beauty of cherry

(b)
(d)

The beauty of sunshine


The beauty of woods

Where the cherry trees stand about?


(a)
The off street
(c)
The grassy hills

(b)
(d)

The woodland ride


The grassy meadows

What ideas does the poet give in this poem?


(a)
To enjoy beauty
(b)
(c)
To enjoy cherries
(d)

To relish Nature
To enjoy spring

Why the cherry trees stand in white dress?


(a)
To celebrate winter
(c)
To celebrate the coming Easter

To celebrate snow
To celebrate Christmas

(b)
(d)

What does the poet mean by a little Room?


(a)
Little space
(b)
(c)
Small Room
(d)

Big place
Enough time

In which state the cherry trees are?


(a)
In full Bloom
(c)
In full sowing

(b)
(d)

In half Bloom
In quarter bloom

What is the cherry tree covered off?


(a)
Cloud
(c)
Flakes

(b)
(d)

Snow
Dust

8.

For how long the poet enjoyed the natural beauty?


(a)
Twenty years
(b)
Thirty years
(c)
Forty years
(d)
Fifty years

9.

Why the poet has not enjoyed the first twenty years of his life?
(a)
Because he has not been sensibilities toward beauty.
(b)
Because he has not been sensibilities toward cherries.
(c)
Because he has not been sensibilities toward Trees.
(d)
Because he has not been sensibilities toward snow.

10.

What will the poet want to see in feature again?


(a)
Lily Flower
(b)
(c)
Cherry
(d)

Rose
Snow

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

The beauty of cherry


The wood land Ride
To relish nature
To celebrate the coming Easter
Enough time
In full Bloom
Snow
Fifty years
Because he has not been sensibilities toward beauty.
Cherry.

POEM: 4
O, WHERE ARE YOU GOING
1.

Why the valley is fatal?


(a)
Because it contains hurdles
(b)
Because it contains long passage
(c)
Because it has furnaces
(d)
none of the above

2.

The Reader in the poem stands for?


(a)
Bravery
(c)
Cowardice

(b)
(d)

Faint Heartedness
Moral Lapse

The Rider is going on to?


(a)
The path of Hell
(c)
The path of life

(b)
(d)

The path of virtue


The path of Reality

The Fatal valley contains?


(a)
Midden & grave
(c)
Grave & Images

(b)
(d)

Swings & grave


Midden & Maid

What comes behind the rider?


(a)
The Man
(c)
The Imaginative Figure

(b)
(d)

The soldiers
The Reader

3.

4.

5.

6.

Which disease is the Reader Mentioning to engulf the Rider?


(a)
The Heart disease
(b)
The skin disease
(c)
The Respiratory Infection
(d)
Sore Throat

7.

What will cause delay on the path of the Rider?


(a)
The Dusk
(b)
(c)
The Twilight
(d)

The Dawn
The Dark

8.

The poet has employed in the poem the poetic feature of


(a)
Simile
(b)
Metaphor
(c)
Epic
(d)
Personification

9.

What does the Rider in the poem stand for?


(a)
Courage
(b)
(c)
Cowardice
(d)

Brotherhood
Faintheartedness

What will come on the skin of the Rider?


(a)
A sore
(c)
A fungi

A spot
A dot

10.

(b)
(d)

Answer
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Because it has furnaces


Cowardice
The path of life
Midden & Grace
The Imaginative Figure
The Skin disease
The Dusk
Personification
Courage
A Spot

POEM: 5
IN THE STREET OF THE FRUIT STALLS
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Where is the poet standing?


(a)
In the street of Blacksmiths
(c)
In the street of fruit vendors

(b)
(d)

In the street of city Mart


In the street of his town home

How the fruits are piled?


(a)
Square like
(c)
Circle like

(b)
(d)

Rectangle like
Pyramid like

Where the children enter?


(a)
In the flames
(c)
In the Lanterns orbit

(b)
(d)

In the water you


In the circus ring

What comes out of the fruits?


(a)
The pulp
(c)
The Shed

(b) Golden & silver fountain of Juice


(d)
Golden & silver rays

This poem in nature is?


(a)
Symbolic
(c)
Hyperbolic

(b)
(d)

Metabolic
Diabolic

What is the world threatened by?


(a)
war
(c)
War and misery

(b)
(d)

Misery
none of the above

7.

What is the time when the children come out of their houses to buy fruits?
(a)
Morning
(b)
Night
(c)
Evening
(d)
Dawn

8.

Where the juice sticks when the children eat fruits?


(a)
Mouth
(b)
Cheek
(c)
Nose & Chin
(d)
Mouth, Cheek, Nose & Chin

9.

What do the children have to spent.


(a)
A Ruppee
(c)
A Bank notice

(b)
(d)

a coin
coins

In which the moon is compacted?


(a)
in a wind
(c)
in a rind

(b)
(d)

in a pot
in a jar

10.

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

In the street of Fruit vendors


Pyramid like
In the Lanterns orbit
Golden & silver Fountain of Juice
Symbolic
war & misery
Evening
Mouth, Cheek, Nose & Chin
A coin
in a rind

POEM: 6
A SINDHI WOMAN
1.

2.

3.

How is she passing from the Bazaar.


(a)
Artistically
(c)
Slowly

(b)
(d)

dancingly
Swiftly

Where is she passing from?


(a)
The super Market
(c)
The Mosque

(b)
(d)

The Bazaar
The Town

What is she keeping on her head?


(a)
A Glass Jar
(c)
A pot

(b)
(d)

A stone Jar
A Basket

4.

Which hurdles are crossed by her during her walk?


(a)
Stones, Bricks & Glass
(b)
Garbage, Crumbs & Iron
(c)
Stones & Garbage & Glass
(d)
Crumbs, Excrement & Steel

5.

Who according to the poet can stand most straight.


(a)
Who can walk beneath a weight
(b)
Who can walk on the weight
(c)
Who can walk at a weight
(d) Who cannot walk on the weight.

6.

This poem is a tribute to:


(a)
Work
(c)
Artists

7.

8.

9.
10.

(b)
(d)

Walk
Laborers

Which part of Karachi is mentioned by the poet?


(a)
Mall Road
(b)
(c)
Davis Road
(d)

Slums
Outskirts

What does blown back from her face?


(a)
Water
(c)
Cloth

(b)
(d)

Cloak
Turban

(b)
(d)

Bent down
Faint heartedness

(b)
(d)

clock wise motion


straight

What does the poet think about himself?


(a)
weakness
(c)
Misery
What is important about sindhi woman
(a)
wave like motion
(c)
anti clock wise motion

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Artistically
A stone Jar
The bazaar
Stones, Garbage & Glass
Who can walk beneath a weight
Work
Slums
Cloth
Bent down
Wave like

POEM: 7
Times
1.

2.

3.

In Times the poet shows the importance of:


(a)
Time
(b)
(c)
Life
(d)

Hour
Minute

Where everything is determined about life?


(a)
under the Earth
(b)
(c)
under the heaven
(d)

under the heaven


under the sky

What comes after weeping


(a)
to sleep
(c)
to laugh

to dance
to walk

(b)
(d)

4.

If there is a time to be silent, there is also a time to:


(a)
Mute
(b)
Scream
(c)
Speak
(d)
Vocal

5.

What will be the result if all the things happen out of time?
(a)
There will be happiness
(b)
There will be destruction
(c)
There will be enjoyment
(d)
There will be merry making

Answers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Times
Under the heaven
To dance
Speak
There will be destruction

POEM: 8
Ozymandias
1.

2.

Whom is the poet met?


(a)
a sportsman
(c)
a beggar
Where did the traveler come form?
(a)
A moorland
(c)
An antique land

(b)
(d)

a poorman
a traveler

(b)

A Garden
(d)
A uncultivated land

3.

What did the traveler see in the desert?


(a)
Trunk less Body
(b)
A camel
(c)
A Horse
(d)
A trunk less legs of stone and shattered visage

4.

What did the trunk less body made of?


(a)
It was made of wood
(c)
It was made of Marble

(b)
(d)

It was made of stone


It was made of steel

What did the poem describe?


(a)
The pride of a man
(c)
The pride of a Politician

(b)
(d)

The pride of a woman


The pride of a Musician

5.

6.

What did the wrinkled ups show about the sculptor?


(a)
His mastery to create Fashions
(b)
His mastery to create Passions
(c)
His mastery to create possessions
(d)
None of the above

7.

Where the words My name is Ozymandias, king of kings were carved?


(a)
on the Top
(b)
At the bottom
(c)
on the board
(d)
on the pedestal

8.

What did Ozymandias forget?


(a)
life is merciless
(c)
life is merry

(b)
(d)

life is hopeless
life is hopeful

What brings end to all human activities?


(a)
Death
(c)
Time

(b)
(d)

Rod
Nature

9.

10.

Ozymandiass downfall is because of?


(a)
Leisure
(c)
Treason

(b)
(d)

pride
forgery

POEM: 9
The Feed
1.

2.

3.

4.

Who came to feed to the young ones?


(a)
Mother Sparrow
(c)
Hawk

(b)
(d)

Father Sparrow
Seagull

What does the mother sparrow holding her beak?


(a)
a mallet
(b)
(c)
a morsel
(d)

a millet
a small grain

How many ones the mother sparrow had to feed.


(a)
Nine
(b)
(c)
twenty
(d)

Ten
Eleven

What does the poet depict in this poem the feed?


(a)
Love of father
(b)
(c)
Love of mother
(d)

Love of a brother
Love of a sister

5.

How can the mother sparrow feed the young ones?


(a)
By joining the grain
(b)
By spreading the grain
(c)
By spiting the grain
(d)
By splitting the grain

6.

What do the young ones learn?


(a)
Weep and hail
(c)
Weep and laugh

(b)
(d)

weep and wail


laugh and dance

7.

What was the problem with mother sparrow while feeding the young ones?
(a)
Equal maintenance
(b)
Equal Merging
(c)
Equal evolution
(d)
Equal Division

8.

Who wrote the poem?


(a)
Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi
(c)
Jaffar Qasmi

9.

10.

(b)
(d)

Describe the physical state of the young ones?


(a)
Tiny and Big
(b)
(c)
Tiny and Small
(d)

Ahmed Nadeem Hassan


Munir Niazi
Small and Weak
Big and frown

Which of the following bird is not mentioned in the poem?


(a)
Sparrow
(b)
crow
(c)
Mother sparrow
(d)
young sparrow

POEM: 10
The Hollow Men
1.

2.

3.

4.

Whom the poet is addressing as hollow men?


(a)
Man
(b)
(c)
Human beings
(d)

Women
Animals

Why the poet addressed Humans as stuffed men?


(a)
to show their laziness
(b)
(c)
to show the are puppets
(d)

to show their Activeness


to show the are useful

What are the hollow men and stuffed men doing?


(a)
laughing together
(b)
(c)
dancing together
(d)

screaming together
leaning together

What is their headpiece fill of?


(a)
Straw
(c)
Brain cavity

Bamboo
dandruff

(b)
(d)

5.

What happened with the dried voices when being whispered?


(a)
Meaningful and strong
(b)
Quiet
(c)
Quiet and meaningless
(d)
None of the above

6.

Whom did the poet compared the dried voices with?


(a)
Winds in dry grass, Rats feet over broken glass.
(b)
Winds in the sea, Rats feet over the cellar.
(c)
Winds in the storm, Rats feet over broken glass
(d)
Wind in dry grass, Rats feet over the window.

7.

What does shape without form means?


(a)
Lack of Prowess
(c)
Lack of strength

(b)
(d)

Lack of intelligence.
Lack of length

What does shade without color means?


(a)
No Vitality
(c)
No Morals

(b)
(d)

No strength
No intelligence

8.

9.

Why the poet call humans as Paralyzed force?


(a)
Because the force is not moved
(b)
Because the force is not in the working condition
(c)
Because the force is not prompted
(d)
Because the force is lost.

10.

What do the deceased people would think about the hollow men?
(a)
Valiant souls
(b)
Violent souls
(c)
Good souls
(d)
Harsh souls

POEM: 11
Leisure
1.

2.

3.

What does the poet think about life?


(a)
Busy
(c)
Leisure

(b)
(d)

Idle
Dull

According to the poet we have no time to


(a)
Enjoy Beauties
(c)
Flowers

(b)
(d)

Nature
Meal

What should we do in busy life?


(a)
Stare and be still
(c)
stare and sit

(b)
(d)

stand and lay


stand and stare

4.

What should we do while standing besides the boughs?


(a)
Look sheep and crows
(b)
Stare sheep and crows
(c)
See cows and Dogs
(d)
Watch wolves and sheep

5.

What should we see in broad day light?


(a)
Rivers
(c)
Streams

(b)
(d)

Oceans
Lakes

6.

Which aspects of Beauty Glance should be enjoyed?


(a)
Smiles and jokes
(b)
smiles and tears
(c)
Music and dance
(d)
Music and smiles

7.

Whose life is poor according to the poet?


(a)
Who has no time to enjoy nature?
(b)
Who has no time to enjoy streams?
(c)
Who has no time to enjoy Lakes and deserts?
(d)
Who has no money?

8.

Who wrote the poem Leisure?


(a)
W. H. Auden
(c)
W.H. Gilles

(b)
(d)

W.H. Davies
W.H. Campbell

POEM: 12
Rubaiyat
1.

What is faith alike?


(a)
Like prophet Muhammad (SAW).
(b)
Like prophet Abraham (A. S)
(c)
Like prophet Christ (P. B. U. H)
(d)
Like Prophet Moses (P. B. U. H)

2.

Who was Abraham?


(a)
A sage
(c)
A Prophet

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

(b)
(d)

A saint
A Reformer

What are the characteristics of Abrahams faith?


(a)
Fear of God and self honor
(b)
(c)
Fear of Enemies and self honor
(d)

Fear of God and self pity


Confidence and Bravery

When the poet is addressing in this poem?


(a)
Muslims
(c)
Europeans

Pakistanis
Saints

(b)
(d)

What does Muslims harmony depend upon?


(a)
True Faith
(b)
(c)
Courage
(d)

Bravery
Win power

What is the Europeans devoid of?


(a)
Harmony and intelligence
(c)
Faith and consciousness

(b)
(d)

Harmony and Faith


Harmony and Religion

What has departed from the Muslims?


(a)
Madness
(c)
Spiritual Faith

(b)
(d)

Love
Wealth and power

8.

In state the condition of the Muslims according to the poet?


(a)
Progressive and Flourished
(b)
Miserable, Poverty stricken
(c)
Troubled and powerless
(d)
Cold Hearted, Materialistic and Spiritless

9.

Who is the poet of this poem?


(a)
Umer khayyam
(c)
Allama Iqbal

10.

(b)
(d)

Hafiz Shirazi
Faiz Ahmad Faiz

Under which civilization Muslims have lost their true spirits?


(a)
Roman
(b)
Greek
(c)
Buddhist
(d)
European

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