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11th English Ozymandias Poem Synonyms Quiz MCQs

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This is the 2nd post on the MCQs of Ozymandias Poem. In the previous post, I shared Ozymandias Poem MCQs and in this post, I am sharing Ozymandias Poem Synonyms Quiz. This post is based on multiple choice questions from Ozymandias Poem. P.B Shelly is the poet of this poem and it is placed at No.8 in the 1st-year syllabus of English Book III. I have taken Ozymandias Quiz notes from Kips notes. I have already shared Intermediate part 1 English Book 1 notes. Students can also get 1st year All Poems notes by going here.

1st Year English MCQs – Qzymandias Poem Synonyms Quiz

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The poet met a traveler from an antique land.

(A) ancient
(B) valuable
(C) strange
(D) rural

(A) ancient

Two vast and trunkless legs of stone.

(A) bodiless
(B) fleshless
(C) lifeless
(D) boneless

(A) bodiless

The shattered visage lay half-sunk in the sand.

(A) carved
(B) broken
(C) old
(D) withered

(B) broken

The shattered visage lay half-sunk in the sand.

(A) trunk
(B) sculpture
(C) junk
(D) face

(D) face

The shattered visage has a frown and wrinkled lip.

(A) groan
(B) surprise
(C) scowl
(D) complexity

(C) scowl

The shattered visage has a frown and wrinkled lip.

(A) wounded
(B) wrapped
(C) lined
(D) broken

(C) lined

There was a sneer of cold command on the visage.

(A) scorn
(B) severity
(C) trap
(D) fear

(A) scorn

 There was a sneer of cold command on the visage.

(A) merciless
(B) benign
(C) chilled
(D) ridiculous

(A) merciless

The visage tells that its sculptor well those passions read.

(A) words
(B) commands
(C) ambitions
(D) emotions

(D) emotions

The feelings yet survive on the lifeless things.

(A) depict
(B) expire
(C) exist
(D) express

(C) exist

The hand that mocked them.

(A) imitated
(B) befooled
(C) scorned
(D) controlled

(A) imitated

 The passions are stamped on the face.

(A) marked
(B) endured
(C) persisted
(D) vanished

(A) marked

 On the pedestal, these words appear.

(A) base
(B) sculpture
(C) sculptor
(D) model

(A) base

Look on my words, ye mighty and despair.

(A) powerful
(B) feeble
(C) fragile
(D) proud

(A) powerful

 Look on my works, ye mighty and despair.

(A) gain hope
(B) lose hope
(C) be hopeful
(D) be encouraged

(B) lose hope

Round the decay of that colossal wreck…

(A) collapse
(B) frailty
(C) remains
(D) heap

(C) remains

Round the decay of the colossal wreck.

(A) prodigious
(B) splendid
(C) ruinous
(D) fake

(A) prodigious

Of the colossal wreck, boundless and bare.

(A) endless
(B) stagnant
(C) pitiless
(D) encroaching

(A) endless

The lone and level sands stretch far away.

(A) tolerate
(B) ruthless
(C) barren
(D) sturdy

(C) barren

The lone and level sands stretch far away.

(A) desolate
(B) limitless
(C) rugged
(D) stout

(A) desolate

Relevant Notes

  1. Ozymandias Poem Short Questions
  2. Ozymandias Poem Explanation
  3. 1st Year English Notes
  4. 11th Books PDF Download
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