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1st Year English A Tail of Two Cities Poem MCQs Notes

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Here I am sharing 1st Year English A Tail of Two Cities Poem MCQs with answers for Class 11 students. 11th English Poem 13 is written by John Peter. This poem describes the misery of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after the atomic attack by America. I have taken these A Tail of Two Cities Poem Multiple Choice Questions notes from Kips Notes. Intermediate part 1 students should visit 1st Year Book 1 notes for all short stories notes and this post for all poems and plays notes.

11th English Poem 13 A Tail of Two Cities by John Peter Multiple Choice Questions

What was the condition of the people of Japan?

(A) successful
(B) delighted
(C) scarred
(D) happy

(C) scarred

Who were burnt and afraid?

(A) the Japanese
(B) the Indians
(C) The Russians
(D) The Americans

(A) the Japanese

Who made the Japanese helpless and powerless?

(A) the Americans
(B) the Russians
(C) the Koreans
(D) the Chinese

(A) the Americans

‘Woeful were all the hills’ means that the hills shared ________.

(A) sorrow
(B) work
(C) rain
(D) happiness

(A) sorrow

In ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, the word, ‘grills’ stands for ________.

(A) washing machines
(B) windows
(C) cooking apparatus
(D) pumps

(C) cooking apparatus

Who came to share the moans of the Japanese?

(A) none
(B) the Chinese
(C) the Indians
(D) the Americans

(A) none

What is meant by “The flowers were smashed”?

(A) the flowers were planted
(B) the trees were fruitful
(C) the beautiful things were destroyed
(D) flowers were blooming

(C) the beautiful things were destroyed

The phrase “all passed through the grind’ means ________.

(A) the flour was prepared
(B) the land was ploughed
(C) everything was ruined
(D) the fields were prepared

(C) everything was ruined

The explosion hit ________.

(A) two islands
(B) two countries
(C) two cities
(D) two people

(C) two cities

Why did the Americans drop atom bombs on Japan?

(A) for human rights
(B) for friendship
(C) to satisfy their wild passion
(D) for fun

(C) to satisfy their wild passion

Relevant Notes

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