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11th English Chapter 8 The Gulistan of Saadi Synonyms Quiz

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This post contains 1st Year English Chapter 8 Gulistan of Saadi Synonyms MCQs quiz for 11th Class Students. Intermediate part 1 students can practice the Gulistan of Sa’di Synonyms Quiz here. Sheikh Sa’adi is the writer of the Gulistan of Saadi. This lesson is chapter 8 in 11th Class English Book 1. Students should also visit 1st Year English Notes for complete English notes and if they need only book 1 notes then they should go to 11th Class Short Stories Notes.

1st Year English Lesson 8 Gulistan of Sa’di Synonyms MCQs – Kips Notes

All the multiple choice questions contain 4 possible answers, find out the correct answer. You can see the answer by clicking on the yellow “show answer” button.

Edwin Arnold has aptly described “The Gulistan” in culinary terms as “an intellectual pulao, a literary curry. A kebab of a versatile genius”.

(A) awkwardly
(B) promptly
(C) instantly
(D) rightly

(D) rightly

The slave had never been at sea and experienced any calamity.

(A) persecution
(B) voyage
(C) catastrophe
(D) trial

(C) catastrophe

The other tried to pacify him with kindness and affection but he didn’t hear anybody.

(A) counter
(B) control
(C) persuade
(D) placate

(D) placate

The king could not comprehend the wisdom in the action taken by the sergeant.

(A) tolerate
(B) understand
(C) consent
(D) swallow

(B) understand

“Pay for the salt,” said the king, “lest it should become a custom and the village be ruined.”

(A) reprimanded
(B) cultivated
(C) devastated
(D) wangled

(C) devastated

The king was asked what harm could arise from such a trifling demand.

(A) trivial
(B) steady
(C) curious
(D) casual

(A) trivial

Whoever enlarged it, so that it reached its present magnitude, is at fault.”

(A) size
(B) limit
(C) bitterness
(D) attractiveness

(A) size

“For five eggs, which the king allows to be taken by force, the people belonging to his army will put a thousand fowls on the spit.

(A) scepter
(B) stick
(C) roost
(D) rod

(D) rod

A tyrant does not remain in the world, but the curse on him abides.

(A) criminal
(B) king
(C) sinner
(D) oppressor

(D) oppressor

At last, the physicians agreed that this disease could not be cured except by means of bile of a person endued with certain qualities.

(A) endowed
(B) gilded
(C) fortified
(D) braced

(A) endowed

The king summoned the father and mother of the boy.

(A) ordered
(B) sent away
(C) sent
(D) sent for

(D) sent for

The Qazi issued a decree to shed the blood of a person for the health of the king.

(A) verdict
(B) fate
(C) summon
(D) brutality

(A) verdict

I see no other refuge besides God Almighty.

(A) denial
(B) splendour
(C) embankment
(D) shelter

(D) shelter

Sa’di, is translated parables were used by the English scholars in their divine books.

(A) devilish
(B) intellectual
(C) sacred
(D) heretical

(C) sacred

A man does not realize the world of safety until he has faced misfortune.

(A) fate
(B) holiness
(C) happiness
(D) bad luck

(D) bad luck

The slave clung to the stern with both his hands.

(A) rear of ship
(B) bow of ship
(C) front of ship
(D) the upper part of the ship

(A) rear of ship

After the boat had been hit by a storm, the boat started tossing.

(A) creeping
(B) sinking
(C) shaking
(D) slipping

(C) shaking

He speaks to all nations and is perpetually modern.

(A) permanently
(B) quickly
(C) unusually
(D) temporarily

(A) permanently

“Pay for the salt, lest it should be a custom.”

(A) costume
(B) tradition
(C) tragedy
(D) heritage

(B) tradition

The foundation of oppression was small in the world.

(A) appreciation
(B) operation
(C) exploitation
(D) dejection

(C) exploitation

A tyrant does not remain in the world, but the curse on him abides forever.

(A) association
(B) execration
(C) recommendation
(D) commendation

(B) execration

A tyrant does not remain in the world, but the curse on him abides forever.

(A) lives
(B) penetrates
(C) dies
(D) afflicts

(A) lives

The body complained to Allah against the brutality of the king.

(A) ability
(B) purity
(C) atrocity
(D) agility

(C) atrocity

The king thought that he would recover only by slaying the boy.

(A) spattering
(B) chattering
(C) slaughtering
(D) clattering

(C) slaughtering

The foundation of oppression was small in the world.

(A) fountain.
(B) base
(C) basic
(D) structure

(B) base

All hopes of recovery vanished.

(A) appeared
(B) disappeared
(C) looked
(D) arrived

(B) disappeared

Relevant Notes

  1. The Gulistan of Sa’di Urdu Translation
  2. The Gulistan of Sa’di Solved MCQs
  3. The Gulistan of Sa’di Short Questions
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