This post contains 1st Year English Lesson 8 The Gulistan of Sa’di MCQs Notes for Class 11 Students. The Gulistan of Saadi is written by Sheikh Sa’adi and Lesson No.8 in the 1st year English book. I am posting The Gulistan of Saadi MCQs for the students of Intermediate part 1. They can practice these multiple-choice questions to prepare for their exams. For all short stories notes, students can visit this page.
11th Class English Chapter 8 The Gulistan of Saadi MCQs from Textbook Exercise
Here are 10 Objective Type Questions from The Gulistan of Saadi, Chapter 8 in 1st Year English Book 1.
The slave had never experienced any ______.
The boat started tossing means that the boat______.
(A) remained peaceful
(B) started shaking
(C) started flying
The slave began to cry and tremble ______.
(A) in the joy of getting a reward
(B) by seeing others crying
(C) in fear of being drowned
(D) by the punishment
The slave was thrown into water ______.
(A) to catch a fish
(B) to experience the true danger of life
(C) to drink water
(D) to swim
Who was Nushirvan?
(A) a slave
(B) an accountant
(C) a sergeant
(D) a king of Persia
Nushivan, the king, was famous for his ______.
“The foundation of oppression was small in the world” means ______.
(A) the condition of being ruled unjustly was found in the world
(B) the foundation of the building was small
(C) oppression was not deep-rooted
(D) there was little cruelty in the world
The king fell seriously ill and all hopes of his recovery ______.
(B) were expected
(C) went out of existence
For what purpose did the parents give consent to kill their son?
(A) for reputation
(B) for money
(C) to get rid of the naughty boy
(D) to escape the duty of bringing up the boy
On hearing the words of the boy the king could not control his ______.
The Gulistan of Sa’di Multiple Choice Questions from Kips Notes
Here are some additional Multiple Choice Questions from Kips Notes taken from The Gulistan of Saadi. Each question contains 4 possible options, find out the correct one.
“Sa’adi speaks to all nations and is v modern,” said Emerson.
The English scholars used Sa’di’s translated parable in their ______ books.
Edwin Arnold has aptly described “The Gulistan” as “an intellectual pulao, a literary curry, a kebab of a ______ genius.”
When the ______ lasted longer, the king also became displeased.
The sergeant ordered the slave to be thrown into the water so that he could ______ the true danger of life.
The boy was brought to the altar and the executioner was directed to ______ him.
“A son ______ the affection of his parents,” said the boy.
(A) looks up
(B) looks for
(C) looks to
(D) looks at
“The parents have agreed to get my blood shed for the ______ of this world.”
Who was Sheikh Sa’di?
(A) a novelist
(B) a poet
(C) a playwright
(D) a storyteller
Which version of “The Gulistan” of Sa’di became a love for the people?
(C) Latin and English
In which language was “The Gulistan” of Sa’di originally written?
(A) in Greek
(B) in Latin
(C) in Persian
(D) in English
What had the slave not already experienced?
(A) a trip
(C) a long journey
(D) a calamity
How did the people try to pacify the slave?
(A) by staring at him
(B) with kindness and affection
(C) by threatening him
(D) by beating him
Who pacified the slave?
(A) the boatman
(B) the king
(C) a sergeant
(D) a passenger
What happens to a tyrant?
(A) He becomes famous
(B) Fame kisses his feet
(C) He is dead
(D) The curse on him abides forever
Why did the boy smile while he was being killed?
(A) he mocked the king.
(B) He wanted to console himself
(C) He knew he would be saved
(D) he complained to God about the king’s cruelty
A man does not realize the worth of safety from the ______ until he has tasted it.
Except for the slave, all the passengers remained ______.
“For five eggs, which the king allows to be taken by force, ______ will put a thousand fowls on the spit.
(A) his courtiers
(B) his ministers
(C) the people belonging to his army
(D) the people of his country
What was needed to cure the king in the Gulistan of Sa’di?
Who were sailing in the same boat?
(A) Persian slave and the writer
(B) a sergeant and a constable
(C) Persian slave ad the king
(D) Persian slave and the Mayer