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11th English A Tail of Two Cites Poem Synonyms Quiz

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This post contains 1st Year English A Tail of Two Cities Poem Synonyms Quiz for Class 11 Students. This is the 13th Poem taken from the 11th Class English Syllabus and written by John Peter. I have taken these A Tail of Two Cities Poem Synonyms Quiz from kips notes. Students should also visit 1st Year English Book 3 notes for all plays and poems notes and this post for all short stories notes.

1st Year English Poem 14 A Tale of Two Cities by John Peter Synonyms Quiz

The Japanese were scarred in the storms of shrills of arms.

(A) injured
(B) funny
(C)afraid
(D) ridiculous

(A) injured

The Japanese were scarred in the storms of shrills of arms.

(A) joys
(B) chirp
(C) murmur
(D) blasts

(D) blasts

There were shrills of arms.

(A) weapons
(B) support
(C) limbs
(D) shoulders

(A) weapons

The Americans in their wild furies destroyed Japan.

(A) fun
(B) rage
(C) delight
(D) attack

(B) rage

The Japanese were woeful.

(A) great
(B) joyous
(C) joyful
(D) sad

(D) sad

All the grills were wasteful.

(A) ruined
(B) sound
(C) safe
(D) healthy

(A) ruined

All the grills were wasteful.

(A) children
(B) girls
(C) men
(D) broilers

(D) broilers

There was none to share the moans of the Japanese.

(A) relieve
(B) mock
(C) hoot
(D) enjoy

(A) relieve

There was none to share the moans of the Japanese.

(A) progress
(B) songs
(C) tunes
(D) sighs

(D) sighs

There was no one to lessen the groans of the Japanese.

(A) increase
(B) enhance
(C) decrease
(D) multiply

(C) decrease

All the flavours were smashed.

(A) woes
(B) flaws
(C) fevers
(D) tastes

(D) tastes

All the Japanese passed through the grind.

(A) destruction
(B) victory
(C) success
(D) greatness

(A) destruction

The explosion took the lives of the two glories.

(A) tsunami
(B) storm
(C) attack
(D) blast

(D) blast

The explosion took the lives of the two glories.

(A) majestic cities
(B) low cities
(C) ugly cities
(D) backward cities

(A) majestic cities

The Second World War was a deadly fight.

(A) light
(B) fatal
(C) little
(D)  small

(B) fatal

The Japanese bore the pains of the black day.

(A) panes
(B) wisdom
(C) glasses
(D) agony

(D) agony

The Japanese bore the pains of the black day.

(A) gloomy
(B) broad
(C) bright
(D) sunny

(A) gloomy

“Ashes are not merely the waste….”

(A) fully
(B) absolutely
(C) just
(D) thoroughly

(C) just

“Ashes are not merely the waste….”

(A) advent
(B) sequence
(C) extravagance
(D) trash

(D) trash

The flower, flavours all smashed.

(A) constructed
(B) planned
(C) built
(D) destroyed

(D) destroyed

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