This post contains 1st Year English Chapter 11 I have a Dream MCQs for Class 11 students. This contact is available as the 11th short story in 1st Year English Book 1. However, this is a speech by Martin Luther King. This post will go to 1st Year English Notes. I have already uploaded almost all short stories notes for Class 11. On the other hand, English Book 3 for Class 11 PDF is also available.
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11th Class English Chapter 11 Synonysm MCQs from Textbook Exercise
Here are 10 objective type questions from I Have a Dream. There are 4 possible options under each questions, find out the correct ansswer.
“You have come here out of great trials and tribulations” means that you have come here after ________.
(A) attending a fair
(B) facing great persecution and grief
(C) great honour
“You have been the veterans of creative suffering” means that you have been the ________.
(A) experienced soldiers of intellectual suffering
(B) assets of a nation
(C) vanguard of a country
(D) army personnel
“This nation will live out the true meanings of its creed” means ________.
(A) The Negroes will leave the country
(B) they will come up to the level of others
(C) they will prove their worth
(D) they will remain a minority
What is the dream?
(A)equality of high and low
(B) negation of whites
(C) rules of the blacks
(D) the practice of brotherhood
Which one is a desert state sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression?
What does the governor of Alabama do?
(A) creates interferences
(B) uses sweet words
(C) Makes interruptions
(D) helps the blacks
What will be exalted?
Every hill and mountain shall be made low means that ________.
(A) all high and low will become equal
(B) hills and mountains will be leveled
(C) there will be no distinction of classes
(D) the low classes will rise up
Whose glory shall be revealed?
What is the beautiful symphony of brotherhood?
(A) a violin
(B) the beautiful song of brotherhood
(C) a guitar
(D) musical composition of brotherhood
1st Year English Lesson 11 I Have a Dream Synonyms Quiz from Kips Notes
Here are 21 Multiple Choice Questions from I Have a Dream. Find out the correct answer.
Martin Luther King advises his supporters to work with the faith that unearned suffering is ________.
Martin Luther asks his supporters to go back to the slums and ghettos of their ________.
(A) western cities
(B) southern cities
(C) northern cities
(D) eastern cities
Despite the difficulties and ________ of the moment. I still have a dream.
Martin Luther wants Mississippi to be an oasis of freedom and ________.
What should be the criterion of Judgment?
(A) colour of skin
(C) colour of hair
(D) content of character
All boys and girls should be able to join hands and walk together as ________.
(A) brothers and sisters
(B) masters and slaves
“This is the faith with which I return to the ________.”
Some of you have come fresh from ________.
(A) broad valleys
(B) strange places
(C) dark areas
(D) narrow jail cells
You have suffered the brutality of the ________.
“Let us not wallow in the valley of ________.”
I have a dream that one day my little children will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.
The crooked places will be made ________.
“We will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope” suggests ________.
Let freedom ring form the prodigious hill tops of ________!
(B) New York
(D) New Hampshire
Let freedom ring form the mighty mountains of________!
(A) New York
(B) Jew Jersey
Let freedom ring form the snowcapped Rockies of ________!
According to Martin Luther King unearned suffering is ________.
“Let freedom ring from ________ of Tennessee”!
(A) Lookout mountain
(B) The Rockies
(D) Stone Mountain
Where are the red hills situated?
(B) New York
(D) South Carolina
Luther fought against ________.
(A) state machinery
(C) White Americans
(D) racial discrimination
“I Have a Dream” is written by ________.
(A) O. Henry
(B) Langston Hughes
(C) Martin Luther King