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11th English The Feed Poem MCQs & Synonyms Quiz

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Here I am sharing 1st Year English The Feed Poem MCQs and Synonyms Quiz for Class 11 students. This poem describes a mother’s love and affection for her children in a very beautiful way. Mother treats her children alike and provides everyone with sufficient necessities of life. Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi a well-known Urdu poet wrote this poem. This is the 9th poem in the English Syllabus of intermediate part 1. I have taken these 11th English The Feed Poem MCQs & Synonyms notes from Kips notes. I have already shared 11th English All Poems Notes from English Book 3 and all short stories notes from English Book 1, on ilmihub.

1st Year English Poem 9 The Feed Solved MCQs & Synonyms Quiz Notes

Hereunder, you will find some Comprehension Based MCQs from The Feed Poem.

What was the mother sparrow bolding in her beak?

(A) wheat
(B) millet
(C) rice
(D) maize

(C) rice

The young ones are tiny and __________.

(A) big
(B) small
(C) white
(D) black

(C) white

How many young ones are there in the nest?

(A) Three
(B) nine
(C) twelve
(D) ten

(D) Ten

Name the bird that has come to feed her young ones.

(A) crow
(B) sparrow
(C) pigeon
(D) parrot

(B) sparrow

How do the baby sparrows look?

(A) healthy
(B) tiny and small
(C) strong
(D) mighty and colossal

(B) tiny and small

What is the sparrow fissuring?

(A) grain
(B) wood
(C) atom
(D) plant

(A) grain

How many grains does the sparrow bring?

(A) two
(B) nothing
(C) three
(D) one

(D) one

Who is the author of “The Feed” poem?

(A) Jalaluddin Rumi
(B) Allama Iqbal
(C) Sachal Sarmast
(D) Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi

(D) Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi

Synonyms-Based MCQs

Synonyms Quiz from The Feed poem is here. Find out the correct answer to each question on your own. However, you can find the correct answer by pressing the yellow button.

The mother sparrow has brought a grain of millet in her beak.

(A) worm
(B) insect
(C) cereal
(D) serial

(C) cereal

The mother sparrow wants to feed her young ones.

(A) give life to
(B) mend
(C) give food to
(D) rend

(C) give food t

The mother sparrow wants to feed her tiny young ones.

(A) big
(B) little
(C) huge
(D) large

(B) little

Conjoining beak with beak / With whom should she solace?

(A) merging
(B) joining
(C) patting
(D) craving

(B) joining

Conjoining beak with beak / With whom should she solace?

(A) enrich
(B) feed
(C) comfort
(D) harness

(C) comfort

Fissuring the atom / You have learned to weep and wail…

(A) splitting
(B) dispersing
(C) piercing
(D) disbanding

(A) splitting

Fissuring the atom / You have learned to weep and wail

(A) regret
(B) desist
(C) moan
(D) bother

(C) moan

Splitting the grain / You have learnt to set life on food.

(A) picking
(B) delivering
(C) gathering
(D) breaking

(D) breaking

Relevant Notes

  1. Intermediate Part 1 English Notes
  2. 11th Textbooks PDF Download
  3. The Feed Poem Short Questions
  4. The Feed Poem Explanation
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2 Comments

  1. Minahil Eman

    June 4, 2023 at 5:06 pm

    Too much mistakes in answers 😕

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    • admin

      July 22, 2023 at 8:25 am

      Aslam o Alaikum. Please highlight them, I will take not time to correct them, please.

      Reply

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