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11th English Chapter 6 The Reward Synonyms Quiz

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This post contains 1st Year English Chapter 6 The Reward Synonyms for Class 11 Students. This short story has been written by Lord Dunsany. This Lesson is the 6th Short Story in 1st Year English Book. Students can go here for all short stories notes. Also, they can visit 1st Year English Notes for complete english Notes.

1st Year English Lesson 6 The Reward Synonyms MCQs – Kips Notes

He wore down the opposing arguments.

(A)  retreated
(B) favoured
(C) dominated
(D) restrained

(C) dominated

They let me see the great ceremony.

(A) celebration
(B) expedition
(C) battle
(D) throng

(A) celebration

It was a splendid scene.

(A) dull
(B) useless
(C) magnificent
(D) useful

(C) magnificent

Gentle applause broke out from every hand.

(A) rhythm
(B) chirping
(C) clapping
(D) whispering

(C) clapping

Gentle applause broke out from every hand.

(A) ceased
(B) dwindled
(C) baffled
(D) started

(D) started

His thin figure was made all the more melancholy by the tight-fitting uniform.

(A) cheerful
(B) dejected
(C) lazy
(D) sluggishness

(B) dejected

Jorkens uttered a quiet sigh.

(A) gave
(B) closed
(C) concealed
(D) shattered

(A) gave

It only remained then to inaugurate him.

(A) select him
(B) promote him
(C) admit him to office
(D) appoint him to the post

(C) admit him to office

To make a very long story short, the post of court acrobat was duly created.

(A) quickly
(B) neatly
(C) accordingly
(D) initially

(C) accordingly

Their soldiers would be victorious in their battle against their accursed neighbours.

(A) hostile
(B) wicked
(C) unconquerable
(D) ancient

(B) wicked

Gorgios’ uniform was all gay with gold buttons.

(A) bright
(B) dim
(C) dull
(D) melancholy

(A) bright

As a matter of fact, it customs were not so silly as you suppose.

(A) extraordinary
(B) wild
(C) common
(D) stupid

(D) stupid

He walked slowly in pointed shoes and leaned on a gilded stick.

(A) bent
(B) braced
(C) moved
(D) played

(A) bent

He was clearly mourning over some lost ambition.

(A) laughing at
(B) lamenting
(C) pondering
(D) wondering

(B) lamenting

Whatever his motive was, he hit on a most extraordinary ambition.

(A) goal
(B) priority
(C) perception
(D) stimulus

(D) stimulus

Their customs were not so silly as you suppose.

(A) inventions
(B) conventions
(C) laws
(D) pretensions

(B) conventions

he had power enough to preach his ambition openly.

(A) promulgate
(B) advocate
(C) forbid
(D) plead

(B) advocate

The high swings of acrobats hung down with gilded ropes from ceiling.

(A) knotted
(B) decorated
(C) pale
(D) golden

(D) golden

Our talk at the club was of opportunity and determination.

(A) clarity
(B) indecision
(C) will power
(D) faith

(C) will power

And a very magnificent clothing it was.

(A) worn out
(B) fashionable
(C) majestic
(D) tight-fitting

(C) majestic

Gorgios came by a strange ambition.

(A) hit on
(B) achieved
(C) rejected
(D) struggled for

(A) hit on

Not many stick to a thing for so long.

(A) think of
(B) adhere to
(C) withdraw from
(D) like

(B) adhere to

Gorgios said that a young athlete exhibiting perfect physical fitness will strengthen their soldiers.

(A) gathering
(B) exercising
(C) demonstrating
(D) having

(C) demonstrating

There was a young man to whom his parents probably used to say the very things that we have been saying now.

(A) indisputably
(B) on the other hand
(C) utterly
(D) perhaps

(D) perhaps

Everything there was utterly put in the shade when Gorgios appeared on the scene

(A) partially
(B) magnificently
(C) completely
(D) unexpectedly

(C) completely

Relevant Notes

  1. The Reward Short Questions
  2. The Reward MCQs Quiz
  3. The Reward Lesson in Urdu Translation
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