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1st Year English The Angel and the Author and Others Synonyms MCQs

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In this post, you will get 11th Class English Book 1 Lesson 15 The Angel and the Author Synonyms MCQs for FSC 1st Year Students. This is the last short story in 11th Class English Book 1. I have tried to make this post a quiz to make the preparation easy for the students. Intermediate Part 1 Students should also visit 1st Year Short Stories Notes to find all the notes from Book 1. However, by going here they can avail complete English Notes like English Book 1 and English Book 3 along with Grammar Notes. Click Here to visit All Subjects Notes for Class 11. Follow us on Facebook and subscribe to us on Youtube.

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The Angel and the Author and Others – 1st Year English Book 1 Chapter 15 Synonyms MCQs

Here are a total of 25 Synonyms MCQs from The Angel and the Author Short Story. You will see 4 possible options under 1st Year English Lesson 15 Synonyms MCQs. One is correct, find it.

1. I had a vexing dream on night, not long ago.                                  

(A) fantastic
(B) exciting
(C) puzzling
(D) noisy

(C) puzzling

2. Later nothing remained but a faint luminosity buried beneath darkness.

(A) clear
(B) fast
(C) dim
(D) clear

(C) dim

3. Later nothing remained but a fain luminosity buried beneath darkens.

(A) brightness
(B) force
(C) embankment
(D) streak

(A) brightness

4. I heard behind me the slow, throbbing sound of wings.

(A) pinching
(B) hopping
(C) starting
(D) vibrating

(D) vibrating

5. He had a weary look; I judged him to be tired.

(A) gloomy
(B) active
(C) tired
(D) angry

(C) tired

6. The squire was shoveling out plum pudding to the villagers.

(A) scooping out
(B) making out
(C) taking off
(D) cooking

(A) scooping out

7. It makes me yearn to borrow a collecting box and go round doing good myself.

(A) think
(B) return
(C) desire
(D) worse

(C) desire

8. The lovely sentiments we go about repeating!

(A) acts
(B) emotions
(C) statements
(D) items

(B) emotions

9. The writer thinks of the good deeds he has done.

(A) actions
(B) adventures
(C) causes
(D) agreements

(A) actions

10. The writer thinks of keeping a diary, jotting down his good deeds each day.

(A) erasing
(B) repeating
(C) planning
(D) nothing

(D) nothing

11. I did not really doubt his care and conscientiousness.

(A) forgetfulness
(B) diligence
(C) wholeness
(D) endurance

(B) diligence

12. “My five shillings” subscription to the Daily Telegraph’s Sixpenny Fund for the Unemployed…

(A) loan
(B) cash
(C) donation
(D) benevolence

(C) donation

13. He interrupted me with the assurance that my attendance had been noted.

(A) relied on
(B) broke in on
(C) looked at
(D) promised

(B) broke in on

 14. All the celebrities one had never heard of had turned up to a man.

(A) stars
(B) mechanics
(C) people
(D) doctors

(A) stars

15. There was nothing to grumble at.

(A) pounce upon
(B) be glad at
(C) complain against
(D) trust in

(C) complain against

16. But I did remember the rummage sale to which I sent all my old clothes.

(A) regular sale
(B) bumper sale
(C) sale of antique things
(D) sale of second hand things

(D) sale of second hand things

17. And also the raffle I had joined for a motor-car.

(A) sale
(B) fair
(C) lottery
(D) race

(C) lottery

18. The Angel said I really need not be alarmed.

(A) informed
(B) worried
(C) challenged
(D) pacified

(B) worried

19. The angel appears to have made a slight mistake.

(A) small
(B) fatal
(C) big
(D) drastic

(A) small

20. The author took four balcony seats for the monster show.

(A) invincible
(B) small
(C) horrible
(D) fabulous

(D) fabulous

21. I had a vexing dream one night a fortnight after Christmas.

(A) two months
(B) a score
(C) two days
(D) two weeks

(D) two weeks

 22. It was a bulky looking volume.

(A) heavy
(B) beautiful
(C) bather bound
(D) tiny

(A) heavy

23. It is always pleasant to chat about one self.

(A) boast
(B) look about
(C) talk
(D) think

(C) talk

24. Expenses, when you come to add refreshments mount up.

(A)float
(B) increase
(C) hover
(D) descend

(B) increase

25. I could not remember them at the time in their entirety.

(A) goodness
(B) partiality
(C) intention
(D) totality

(D) totality

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