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Section :    Subject :    Class Book : , ,    Question Type :       Year & Exam :

Match the names of the poets under column A with the names of the poems, under column Band choose the correct code.

Column A Column B
(a) Thomas Hardy 1. My Grandmother’s house
(b) Elizabeth Barrett Browning   2. Piano
(c) D.R. Lawrence   3. The Cry of the Children
(d) Kamala Surayya 4. The Man He Killed

   (a)  (b) (c) (d)
(A) 1     2    3    4
(B) 1     4    3    2
(C) 4    3     1    2
(D) 4    3     2    1

Question number : 5
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Identify the figure of speech used in the following poetic line.
In the world’s broad field of battle
(A) Personification
(B) Simile
(C) Metaphor   
(D) Oxymoron

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Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :       Year & Exam :

Match the characters under Column ‘B’ with the relevant story titles under Column ‘A’.

Column A Column B
(a) The Necklace 1. Behrman
(b) Lottery Ticket 2. Morissot
(c) The Last Leaf  3. Matilda
(d) Two friends  4. Masha

   (a)   (b)   (c)   (d)
(A)    4      1      3      2
(B)    3     4     1      2
(C)    3      1      2     4
(D)    2     3      1      4

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Match the characters given under Column ‘A’ with the stories given under Column ‘B’ and
select the correct option from those given below :

Column A Column B
(a) Vera  1. Holiday
(b) Johnsy 2. The Last Leaf
(c) Phatik Chakrabarthi  3. The Selfish Giant
(d) The Cornish Ogre 4. Open Window

   (a)   (b)   (c)   (d)
(A)   4     2      1      3
(B)    3     4      2      1
(C)    1      3      4      2
(D)   2      1       3     4

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Question number : 11
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What is the name of the British born poetess who wrote “Women’s Rights“?
(A) Elizabeth Barret Browning
(B) Emily Dickinson
(C) Sarojini Naidu
(D) Annie Lousia Walker

Question number : 12
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Match the poems in Column A with the poets in Column B:

Column A Column B
(a) Solitary Reaper 1. Khalil Gibran
(b) Is Life but a Dream? 2. D.H. Lawrence
(c) The Earth 3. Lewis Carroll
(d) Snake 4. William Wordsworth

   (a)   (b)   (c)   (d)
(A)   3     4      2     1
(B)  4     3      1     2
(C)   3     1       2    4
(D)  4     2      3     1

Question number : 13
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David Herbert Lawrence occupies a unique position among the leading …………
of England.
(A) Modernist writers
(B) Classical writers
(C) Victorian writers
(D) Neo-classical writers

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‘As humble plants by country hedgerows growing that treasure up the rain’.
The figure of speech employed here is ………….
(A) Allusion
(B) Metaphor
(C) Simile
(D) Personification

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Identify the poetic line that differs in figure of speech from the other poetic lines.
(A) In solitary confinement as complete as any gaol
(B) In the bivouac of life
(C) Speech that came like leech craft
(D) Like a king in exile

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Match the following with the author and title:

Author Title
(a) Elizabeth Barrett Browning 1. A Psalm of life
(b) Oscar Wilde 2. The solitary reaper
(c) William Wordsworth 3. The cry of the children
(d) H.W. Longfellow 4. The model millionaire

   (a)  (b)  (c)  (d)
(A)   3   4    2     1
(B)   4    3    1     2
(C)    1    3    2    4
(D)   2    4    1     3

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Question number : 28
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Match the poems in Column A with their poets in Column B.

Column A Column B
(a) The Nation United 1. Lewis Carroll
(b) Is life but a dream 2. Thomas Hardy
(c) The Man he killed 3. Norman Nicholson
(d) Off to Outer space tomorrow morning 4. · Walt Whitman

   (a)  (b)  (c)  (d)
(A)   4    1    2    3
(B)   3    2    1    4
(C)   2    3    4    1
(D)   1    4    3    2

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Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :    Unit Name :    Year & Exam :

What kind of figure of speech is applied in the following poetic line?
‘Till the gossamer thread you fling catch somewhere O my soul’
(A) Simile
(B) Metaphor
(C) Personification
(D) Oxymoron

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Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :       Year & Exam :

Match the name of the authors in Column A with their work in Column B and select the correct answer from the code

Column A Column B
(a) Oscar Wilde 1. The Refugee
(b) O’ Henry 2. The Open Window
(c) Pearl S. Buck 3. The Selfish Giant
(d) Saki 4. The Last Leaf

(a) (b) (c) (d)
(A)   3   1   2   4
(B)   3  4   1   2
(C)   4   2   3   1
(D)   2   1   4   3

Question number : 37
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But must I confess how I liked him, How glad I was he had come like a guest in quiet, to drink at my water trough.
The above lines are from the poem
(A) The man he killed
(B) Snake
(C) A Psalm of life
(D) Be The Best

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Question number : 41
Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :    Unit Name :    Year & Exam :

Identify the poetic line that differs in figure of speech, from the other lines.
(A) In the world’s broad field of battle
(B) Writhed like lightning and was gone
(C) As humble plants by country hedgerows growing
(D) In solitary confinement as complete as any gaol

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Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :       Year & Exam :

Match the characters under Column A with the relevant Titles under Column B and select the correct code

Column A Column B
(a) Monsieur sauvage 1. The Necklace
(b) Framton Nuttel 2. Two Friends
(c) Mme. Forestier 3. How The Camel Got Its Hump
(d) Djinn 4. The Open Window

  (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A)  4   2    1    3
(B)  2   4    1   3
(C)  2   4    3    1
(D)  4   2    3    1

Question number : 46
Section :    Subject :    Class Book : , ,    Question Type :       Year & Exam :

Match the following poetic lines under Column A with the relevant titles under Column B and select the correct code

Column A Column B
(a) And stopped and drank a little more 1. O Captain! My Captain!
(b) And the word will be God in Man 2. The cry of the children
(c) Fallen cold and dead 3. Snake
(d) And the walls turn in their places 4. English words

 (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A)  3   4   2   1
(B)  4   3   1   2
(C)  3   4   1   2
(D)  4   3   2   1

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Section :    Subject :    Class Book : ,    Question Type : ,       Year & Exam :

Match the lines under Column A with poets under Column B and select the correct option from the codes given below

Column A Column B
(a) In a wonderland they lie 1. H.W. Longfellow
(b) There’s something for all of us here 2. Thomas Hardy
(c) Yes quaint and curious war is 3. Douglas Malloch
(d) Not enjoyment and not sorrow 4. Lewis Carroll

 (a) (b) (c) (d)
(A)  4   3   1   2
(B)  3   4   1   2
(C)  4   3   2   1
(D)  2   4   1   3

Question number : 50
Section :    Subject :    Class Book :    Question Type :    Unit Name :    Year & Exam :

The rhyme scheme of the following line is
Let us, be up and doing
With a heart for any fate;
Still achieving, still pursuing
Learn to labour and to wait.
(A) a a a b
(B) a b a b
(C) a b b b
(D) a b c a