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A Sindhi Woman Poem MCQs and Synonyms Quiz

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In this post, you will find 11th English A Sindhi Woman Poem MCQs and Synonyms Quiz Notes. A Sindhi Woman Poem is written by Jan Stallworthy and placed at No.6 in 1st Year English Book III. These Notes has been taken from Kips Notes. Students can prepare them as a Quiz. Each multiple choice question has 4 possible answers. Find out the correct one. All Poems Notes and Plays notes are available in 11th English Book 3 Notes. However, students should also visit 1st Year English Complete Notes.

1st Year English Poem 6 A Sindhi Woman MCQs & Synonyms Quiz

High on her ________.

(A) red
(B) body
(C) head
(D) foot

(C) head

As the cloth blown back from her ________.

(A) mouth
(B) face
(C) head
(D) hair

(B) face

Watching her cross ________.

(A) bridge
(B) road
(C)  street
(D) erect

(D) erect

I, with my stoop, ________.

(A) walk
(B) think
(C) run
(D) reflect

(D) reflect

The woman in the poem is passing through the ________.

(A) market
(B) crowd
(C) bazaar
(D) street

(C) bazaar

She was carrying ________ on her head.

(A) a bundle of sticks
(B) a stone jar
(C) a bundle of books
(D) nothing

(B) a stone jar

Those who carry weight stand ________.

(A) straight
(B) idle
(C) bend
(D) fall

(A) straight

The Sindhi woman’s walk is ________.

(A) smooth
(B) slow
(C) difficult
(D) fast

(A) smooth

The Sindhi woman walks with ________ grace.

(A) feminine
(B) diligent
(C) undulant
(D) splashing

(C) undulant

Who is the author of the poem?

(A) Jan Stallworth
(B) Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi
(C) P.B. Shelley
(D) T.S Eliot

(A) Jan Stallworth

There is not a ________ in the Sindhi woman’s tread.

(A) bend
(B) haste
(C) wave
(D) ripple

(D) ripple

The Sindhi woman stands for ________.

(A) womanly grace
(B) Sindhi culture
(C) brave people
(D) poor women

(C) brave people

A Sindhi Woman Poem Synonyms Quiz

The Sindhi woman walks with undulant grace.

(A) like boughs
(B) like dolls
(C) like daffodils
(D) like waves

(D) like waves

The Sindhi woman glides through the bazaar.

(A) go smoothly
(B) flying
(C) swimming
(D) running

(A) go smoothly

In the Sindhi woman’s tread, there is no ripple.

(A) bait
(B) gait
(C) fate
(D) gate

(B) gait

In Sindhi Woman’s tread, there is no ripple.

(A) smoothness
(B) disturbance
(C) haste
(D) slumber

(B) disturbance

The poet sees the Sindhi woman walking erect.

(A) upright
(B) hopeless
(C) bent
(D) foolish

(A) upright

The Sindhi woman crosses erect stones, garbage and excrement.

(A) waste
(B) mud
(C) blossom
(D) flowers

(A) waste

The Sindhi woman was walking through the Karachi slums.

(A) dirty dwellings
(B) elegant areas
(C) posh areas
(D) rich areas

(A) dirty dwellings

The poet has a stoop.

(A) openness
(B) straightforwardness
(C) bending posture
(D) erect posture

(C) bending posture

The poet reflects that those who walk beneath a weight stand straight.

(A) thinks
(B) snubs
(C) rejects
(D) discords

(A) thinks

They stand most straight / Who learn to walk beneath a weight.

(A) direct
(B) uninterrupted
(C) erect
(D) fast

(C) erect

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