Quiz On Stories And Poems We Read From "Reading The World".  

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Quiz on stories and Poems we read from "Reading the World".


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  • 1. 

    What is the setting in "My father writes to my Mother"?

    • A.

      India

    • B.

      Isreal

    • C.

      Egypt

    • D.

      Algeria

    Correct Answer
    D. Algeria
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Algeria. This can be inferred from the title of the text, "My father writes to my Mother," which suggests that the father is in a different location than the mother. Since Algeria is one of the options provided and fits the context of the question, it can be concluded that the setting of the story is in Algeria.

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  • 2. 

    What is the setting in "The Happy Man"?

    • A.

      Egypt

    • B.

      Palestine

    • C.

      Isreal

    • D.

      India

    Correct Answer
    A. Egypt
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Egypt. This can be inferred from the title of the story, "The Happy Man," as well as the fact that Egypt is the only setting mentioned among the options. The story likely takes place in Egypt, where the happy man resides.

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  • 3. 

    What is the setting in "Five Hours to Simla"?

    • A.

      Iraq

    • B.

      India

    • C.

      Palestine

    • D.

      Egypt

    Correct Answer
    B. India
    Explanation
    The correct answer is India because "Five Hours to Simla" is a story set in Simla, which is a city in India. The mention of Simla in the title indicates that the setting of the story is in India.

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  • 4. 

    Who is the Main character in "like the Sun"?

    • A.

      Mini

    • B.

      Cabuliwallah

    • C.

      Samia

    • D.

      Gazia

    • E.

      Sekhar

    • F.

      Nahida

    • G.

      Abdul-Karim

    • H.

      Siham

    • I.

      Ihsan

    Correct Answer
    E. Sekhar
    Explanation
    The main character in "like the Sun" is Sekhar.

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  • 5. 

    Who is the Main character in "The Cabuliwallah"?

    • A.

      Cabuliwallah

    • B.

      Nahida

    • C.

      Mini

    • D.

      Samia

    • E.

      Abdul-Karim

    • F.

      Ihsan

    • G.

      Sekhar

    • H.

      Gazia

    • I.

      Siham

    Correct Answer
    C. Mini
    Explanation
    The main character in "The Cabuliwallah" is Mini.

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  • 6. 

    Who are the two main chracters in "From Behind the Veil"?

    • A.

      Mini/Cabuliwallah

    • B.

      Siham/Ihsan

    • C.

      Abdul-Karim/Nahida

    • D.

      Gazia/Samia

    • E.

      Sekhar/headmaster

    • F.

      Samia/husband

    Correct Answer
    B. Siham/Ihsan
    Explanation
    Siham and Ihsan are the two main characters in "From Behind the Veil".

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  • 7. 

    How did the last doctor solve the mans laughing problem?

    • A.

      By giving him medicine

    • B.

      By saying he had a problem the man became satisfied and unhappy

    • C.

      By telling him to do something bad

    • D.

      By telling him to take a cold shower

    Correct Answer
    B. By saying he had a problem the man became satisfied and unhappy
    Explanation
    The last doctor solved the man's laughing problem by telling him that he had a problem, which made the man both satisfied and unhappy. This suggests that the doctor's diagnosis helped the man understand and acknowledge his condition, which brought a sense of relief but also caused him to feel unhappy about his situation.

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  • 8. 

    What is happiness? How does a persons personality affect their actions? Explain the doctors solution to the mans laughing problem.

  • 9. 

    Why did the protagonist of the story go to the doctor?

    • A.

      He had a bump on his leg

    • B.

      His head was hurting

    • C.

      He felt happy beyond control

    Correct Answer
    C. He felt happy beyond control
    Explanation
    The protagonist of the story went to the doctor because he felt happy beyond control. This suggests that the protagonist may have been experiencing extreme happiness or euphoria that was unusual or concerning. It is possible that this intense happiness could be a symptom of a medical condition or mental health issue, prompting the protagonist to seek medical advice and guidance from a doctor.

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  • 10. 

    When the protagonist encountered his rival, how was his attitude towards him? What was the rivals reaction?

    • A.

      Hostile, he was bitter as well

    • B.

      Positive; he did not have the same attitude he did

    • C.

      Hostile; he was actually nice to him

    • D.

      Positive; surprised at first then accepting

    Correct Answer
    D. Positive; surprised at first then accepting
    Explanation
    The protagonist's attitude towards his rival was positive. He was initially surprised by his rival's behavior but eventually accepted it.

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  • 11. 

    How did he explain his happiness?

    • A.

      Very happy

    • B.

      Happy beyond comprehension

    • C.

      As happy as a child

    Correct Answer
    B. Happy beyond comprehension
    Explanation
    The phrase "happy beyond comprehension" suggests that the person's happiness was so intense and overwhelming that it could not be fully understood or explained. This implies that the person's level of happiness was extremely high and beyond what is typically experienced.

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  • 12. 

    What is the theme in "Five Hours to Simla"?

  • 13. 

    What is the theme in "The Swimming Contest"?

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