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11th English Leisure Poem MCQs & Synonyms Quiz

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In this post, I am sharing Leisure Poem MCQs and Synonyms Quiz for 11th Class Students. This Poems is placed at No.11 in 1st Year English Textbook 3 by Punjab Board and poet is W.H Davies. I have taken these Leisure Poem MCQs notes from Kips Notes. You will find Links to the relevant notes of this poem at the bottom of this post. A very good quality notes of all 1st Year English Poems Notes have been already posted at ilmihub, in English book 3 notes. Not only book 3 notes, Intermediate part 1 students can get 11th English Book 1 notes as well. Besides this, they can download PDF books and all subjects notes of Class 11.

1st Year English Poem 11 Leisure Multiple Choice Questions

Here are 12 Solved MCQs from Leisure Poem. 4 possible possible options are available under each multiple choice question, find out the correct one or click the yellow button to see the answer.

What is this life if full of ________.

(A) stare
(B) care
(C) flare
(D) jeer

(B) care

We have not time to stand and ________.

(A) stare
(B) clear
(C) glare
(D) care

(A) stare

According to the poet, we do not have time to stand beneath the ________.

(A) rows
(B) trees
(C) shades
(D) boughs

(D) boughs

No time to see, in broad daylight / Streams full of ________.

(A) screes
(B) boats
(C) ridges
(D) stars

(D) stars

A ________ life this is full of care.

(A) cheap
(B) poor
(C) substandard
(D) luxurious

(B) poor

Watch her feet, how they can ________.

(A) walk
(B) move
(C) dance
(D) jump

(C) dance

What has the poet personified in the poem?

(A) streams
(B) a dancing girl
(C) beauty
(D) sheep and cows

(C) beauty

No time to turn at Beauty’s ________.

(A) attraction
(B) glance
(C)imitation
(D) dance

(B) glance

 No time to wait till her mouth can / ________ that smile, her eyes began?

(A) speak
(B) adorn
(C) enrich
(D) stretch

(B) adorn

 The title of the poem “Leisure” is ________.

(A) ironical
(B) humorous
(C) inappropriate
(D) too short

(A) ironical

The poem calls our life poor because we don’t have any ________.

(A) guile
(B) leisure
(C) cares and worries
(D) streams

(B) leisure

The author of “Leisure” is ________.

(A) Robust Grave
(B) W.H. Davies
(C) A.E Houseman
(D) N. Scott Momaday

(B) W.H. Davies

Synonyms-Based Objective Type Questions

Here are 8 synonyms-based solved Objective Type Questions from Leasure Poem.

What is this life if full of care?

(A) worry
(B) look after
(C) faith
(D) modernity

(A) worry

We have no time to stand and stare.

(A) watch
(B) rough
(C) look angrily
(D) conclude

(A) watch

No time to stand beneath the boughs.

(A) branches
(B) bushes
(C) tree
(D) ledge

(A) branches

No time to turn at Beauty’s glance.

(A) glimpse
(B) foot
(C) power
(D) face

(A) glimpse

Enrich that smile her eyes began.

(A) enhance
(B) lessen
(C) conceal
(D) quit

(A) enhance

A poor life this if full of care.

(A) charming
(B) penniless
(C) pitiable
(D) Cherry

(C) pitiable

No time to see in broad daylight.

(A) extensive
(B) useful
(C) effective
(D) dim

(A) extensive

No time to stand beneath the boughs.

(A) away
(B) under
(C) over
(D) besides

(B) under

Relevant Notes

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