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1st Year English Chapter 6 The Reward MCQs Notes

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In this post, I am sharing 1st Year English Chapter 6 The Reward MCQs Notes for Class 11 students. This is the 6th chapter in 1st Year English Book 1. 11th Class English Book 1 is based on Short Stories. I have already shared 1st Year Short Stories Notes. Students can visit this link for complete English Notes.

1st Year All Subjects Notes and Class 11 all subjects books PDF are also available for students.

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1st Year English Chapter 6 The Reward MCQs from Textbook Exercise

Hereunder you will find 10 Solved MCQs from English Book Exercise and Some additional MCQs from Kips Notes.

Jorkens said that a man who wanted to succeed had to be _______.

(A) an athlete
(B) a lucky man
(C) a determined person
(D) a hardworking person

(C) a determined person

The man who keeps on wins _______.

(A) the reward
(B) the shield
(C) the race
(D) the trophy

(C) the race

He’d be skating champion if he really gave_______.

(A) some money
(B) all his time to it
(C) his passion
(D) his energies

(B) all his time to it

He hit on a most extraordinary ambition, to be appointed_______.

(A) an inspector
(B) a clerk
(C) a magistrate
(D) a Court acrobat

(D) a Court acrobat

At the age of sixteen, he won the _______.

(A) high jump
(B) the hurdles
(C) the hundred yards race
(D) high jump, the hurdles and the hundred yards

(D) high jump, the hurdles and the hundred yards

Gorgios probably wanted to _______.

(A) make his country powerful
(B) wear a splendid uniform
(C) prove his parents wrong
(D) create a post of Court acrobat

(C) prove his parents wrong

When Gorgios was inaugurated, the people applauded because he _______.

(A) had achieved his ambition
(B) looked splendid in his uniform
(C) performed on the hurdles and swings
(D) defeated his enemies

(A) had achieved his ambition

The great throne room had been turned into a kind of _______.

(A) swimming pool
(B) stadium
(C) gymnasium
(D) race track

(C) gymnasium

Terbut _______.

(A) asked Jorkens what his own ambition was
(B) believed Jorkens’ story
(C) disagreed with Jorkens
(D) improved Jorkens’ story

(C) disagreed with Jorkens

Gorgios achieved his ambition by _______.

(A) building a skating-rink
(B) getting an opportunity
(C) going into politics
(D) wining a hundred yards

(C) going into politics

1st Year English Chapter 6 Additional MCQs – Kips Notes

Here are some additional Multiple Choice Questions from The Reward Lesson. You will see 4 answers under each objective type question. You can see the correct answer by clicking on the “Show Answer” button.

Who disagreed with Jorkens about determination?

(A) Terbut
(B) Hubert
(C) James
(D) David

(A) Terbut

How old was Gorgios when he came by his wild idea?

(A) 15
(B) 17
(C)16
(D)18

(C)16

When was Jorkens wandering when he saw the ceremony of Gorgios?

(A) America
(B) Africa
(C) Europe
(D) Asia

(C) Europe

What kind of curtains were hung along the walls for Gorgios’ inauguration?

(A) blue and white
(B) green and white
(C) yellow and brown
(D) red and gold

(D) red and gold

What kind of shoes was Gorgios wearing?

(A) pointed shoes
(B) green shoes
(C) red boots
(D) golden shoes

(A) pointed shoes

With what expression did Gorgios look towards the royal platform?

(A) happy
(B) frustrated
(C) sad
(D) lovely

(C) sad

In how many years did Gorgios achieve his wish?

(A) 20
(B) Less than 40
(C) 40
(D) more than 60

(D) more than 60

The thin figure of Court Acrobat was made all the more _______ by the tight-fitting uniform.

(A) smart
(B) agile
(C) melancholy
(D) weak

(C) melancholy

He walked slowly in his pointed shoes and leaned on a _______ stick.

(A) decorated
(B) studded
(C) glided
(D) filled

(C) glided

Lights_______ and a band in pale green and gold played softly.

(A) twinkled
(B) flooded
(C) glittered
(D) dimmed

(C) glittered

What would be the effect of a court acrobat? It would increase _______.

(A) knowledge
(B) the glory of the throne
(C) population
(D) income

(B) the glory of the throne

Who was selected as Court Acrobat?

(A) Jorkens
(B) Gorgios
(C) James
(D) Terbut

(B) Gorgios

Who happened to see the inauguration ceremony of Gorgios?

(A) the people of is country
(B) Terbut
(C) Gorgios’ parents
(D) Jorkens

(D) Jorkens

What was the subject of discussion at the club?

(A) success & failure
(B) gymnastics and acrobatics
(C) sports and games
(D) opportunity and determination

(D) opportunity and determination

Gorgios’ uniform was made of _______.

(A)  yellow velvet
(B) green velvet
(C) red velvet
(D) blue canvas

(C) red velvet

Whose story did Jorkens narrate in support of his point of view?

(A) Gorgios
(B) a legendary hero
(C) Terbut’s
(D) other courts’

(A) Gorgios

At the end of the story, Jorkens uttered a quiet sigh of early mourning over _______.

(A) a loss of business
(B) a lost ambition
(C) the fate of Gorgios
(D) death of Gorgios’ parents

(B) a lost ambition

When did Jorkens arrive in Gorgios’ country?

(A) When Gorgios went into politics
(B) When Gorgios was beginning to preach his ambition openly
(C) When the question arose of appointing somebody to the newly created post of court acrobat
(D) When Gorgios was being inaugurated

(D) When Gorgios was being inaugurated

What does the story emphasize?

(A) the importance of athletics
(B) the value of consistent efforts
(C) the importance of politics
(D) the failure of Gorgios’ opponents

(B) the value of consistent efforts

Gorgios advocated that a young athlete at Court would_______.

(A) strengthen their soldiers
(B) defeat his opponents
(C) give him access to the royal court
(D) defeat their accursed neighbours

(A) strengthen their soldiers

Who told the story about the young man willing to become a court acrobat?

(A) Terbut
(B) Philip
(C) Jorkens
(D) Canady

(C) Jorkens

Relevant Notes

  1. The Reward Short Questions
  2. The Reward Synonyms
  3. The Reward Lesson Translation in Urdu

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