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1st Year English Chapter 9 The Foolish Quack MCQs Notes

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In this post, I am sharing 1st Year English Chapter 9 The Foolish Quack MCQs with Answers for Class 11. This is the 9th Short Story in Class 11 English Book 1. You can get 1st Year English Book 1 notes by going to this link. The First Year English is divided into two textbooks. Book 1 is based on short stories and 1st Year English Book 3 is based on Plays and Poems.

Students can download 11th Class All Subjects Notes by visiting ilmihub. All subjects books PDF are also available.

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11th Class English Lesson 9 The Foolish Quack MCQs from Textbook Exercise

Here are 10 Multiple Choice Questions from Textbook Exercise of English Class 11 Chapter 9 The Foolish Quack.

Where did the travellers stay?

(A) in an inn
(B) in a haveli
(C) in a jungle
(D) under a clump of trees

(D) under a clump of trees

Why did the camel fall ill?

(A) by heatstroke
(B) a melon struck in its throat
(C) by infection  
(D) by poison

(B) a melon struck in its throat

What did the quack claim to cure?

(A) fever
(B) headache
(C) goiter
(D) injury

(C) goiter

What had happened to the throat of an old woman?

(A) infectious
(B) wounded
(C) swollen
(D) paining

(C) swollen

What punishment did the villagers propose on the death of the old woman?

(A) to pay the damages
(B) to dig her grave
(C) to be persecuted
(D) to be imprisoned

(B) to dig her grave

How was the quack treated when he had dug the grave?

(A) honoured
(B) beaten well
(C) rewarded
(D) fined

(B) beaten well

What was the effect of the punishment on the quack?

(A) uninfluenced
(B) left the profession
(C) influenced
(D) returned disgusted

(A) uninfluenced

What was the condition the quack suggested before treating an old man?

(A) to lay the old man on the bed
(B) not to be compelled to dig the grave
(C) not to be made responsible for the death of the man
(D) to have the fee first

(C) not to be made responsible for the death of the man

Why did the quack return to the camel-men instead of continuing his profession?

(A) to befool them
(B) to enquire about the cause of death of an old woman
(C) to blame them
(D) to get his luggage

(C) to blame them

Who was proved stupid?

(A) the camel-man
(B) the quack
(C) the old woman
(D) a villager

(B) the quack

Additional MCQs from Kips Notes

Here are some additional MCQS of The Foolish Quack Lesson 9, 1st Year English, taken from Kips Notes. 

The man shouldered his bundle and went to the next village, _________ that he was a doctor.

(A) offered
(B) pretended
(C) protested
(D) bragged

(B) pretended

He tied up the woman’s throat and struck the swollen part with so much force that the poor old creature _________ died.

(A) slowly
(B) hesitantly
(C) instantly
(D) ultimately

(C) instantly

The ground was so stiff and hard that he made but _________ progress.

(A) great
(B) rapid
(C) slow
(D) no

(C) slow

“If you do not dig it,” said they, “before the king you shall go, and then you will be _________.”

(A) investigated
(B) slaughtered
(C) tried
(D) hanged

(D) hanged

Thus exhorted, the unfortunate man, laboured away with all his_________.

(A) expertise
(B) might
(C) lethargy
(D) quickness

(B) might

When the villagers saw that he had buried the victim of his _________ treatment, they beat him well and let him go.

(A) unfortunate
(B) hasty
(C) mistaken
(D) devilish

(C) mistaken

How was a _________ old woman to stand the blow of a mallet?

(A) sturdy
(B) grievous
(C) stooping
(D) feeble

(D) feeble

The camel-man lifted a heavy stick, _________ with iron rings, and struck a camel.

(A) woven
(B) twisted
(C) bound
(D) along

(C) bound

The stolid creature, _________ feeling the blow, merely moved a step or two forward.

(A) furiously
(B) scarcely
(C) cordially
(D) inconveniently

(B) scarcely

He then struck the man himself a similar blow which _________ him to the earth like a log.

(A) weighed
(B) felled
(C) bent
(D) fell

(B) felled

Who presented herself for cure in the first village?

(A) a boy
(B) and old man
(C)  a girl
(D) and old woman

(D) and old woman

What did the foolish quack demand to cure the old woman?

(A) a melon
(B) a basket and a stick
(C) a hammer
(D) a blanket and a mallet

(D) a blanket and a mallet

The quack made a slow progress in digging because ________.

(A) the quack was weak
(B) the quack was old
(C) the quack was lazy
(D) the ground was stiff

(D) the ground was stiff

Who offered himself to the quack for treatment in the second village?

(A) a camel man
(B) and old man
(C) and old woman
(D) a boy

(B) and old man

What was the effect of the heavy sick on the camel?

(A) He fell down
(B) He ran away
(C) He moved a step or two
(D) He died

(C) He moved a step or two

What did the quack realize in the end?

(A) his treatment
(B) his fault
(C) his trick
(D) his knowledge

(B) his fault

What did the quack decide in the end?

(A) to kill himself
(B) to go with the camel men
(C) to be a doctor again
(D)  the melon broke

(D)  the melon broke

What happened when the camel man struck the camel’s throat?

(A) the melon came out
(B) the camel died
(C) the camel ran away
(D) the melon broke

(D) the melon broke

What did the camel man hit the camel with?

(A) a heavy stick
(B) a mallet
(C) a sword
(D) an axe

(A) a heavy stick

How did the foolish quack address the camel men?

(A) doctors
(B) wise men
(C) friends
(D) foolish men

(D) foolish men

Relevant Notes

  1. The Foolish Quack Short Questions
  2. The Foolish Quack Translation in Urdu
  3. The Foolish Quack Synonyms Quiz
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