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In the Street of the Fruit Stalls Poem MCQs & Synonym

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In this post, I am sharing 1st Year English In the Street of the Fruit Stalls Poem MCQs notes and Synoyms Quiz for Class 11 students. In the Street of the Fruit Stalls by Jan Stallworthy is a symbolic poem. See the bottom of this post for relevant notes. However, click here for all class 11 English book 3 plays and poems notes.

English Class 11 In the Street of Fuit Stalls Poem MCQs with Answers

Hereunder you will find some MCQs which have been taken from 1st Year English Poem 5. There are 4 possible answers under each question. Find out the correct one.

Which fruit has not been mentioned in the poem?

(A) mango
(B) guava
(C) melon
(D) mandarin

(A) mango

The fruit resembled the ________.

(A) vegetables
(B) bullets
(C) cannon balls
(D) biscuits

(C) cannon balls

It was a ________ street.

(A) dark
(B) airy
(C) bright
(D) blind

(A) dark

The children were ________.

(A) pale
(B) white
(C) dark
(D) yellow

(C) dark

Wicks balance flame, a dark dew ________.

(A) falls
(B) moves
(C) calls
(D) comes

(A) falls

Pyramid-piled like cannon ________.

(A) bullets
(B) guns
(C) balls
(D) spears

(C) balls

The sun in a pitted ________.

(A) skin
(B) arm
(C) rim
(D) leg

(A) skin

The ark street I am standing ________.

(A) out
(B) into
(C) in
(D) on

(C) in

What do the children have in their hands?

(A) coins
(B) balls
(C) notes
(D) sticks

(A) coins

Wicks balance, a________ dew falls…

(A) lamp’s light
(B) moonlight
(C) dark
(D) bright

(C) dark

What do the children enter?

(A) lamp’s light
(B) moonlight
(C) sunrays
(D) lantern’s orbit

(D) lantern’s orbit

“Radiant as ________, they forget/The dark street I am standing in.”

(A) stars
(B) moon
(C) light
(D) lantern

(D) lantern

What saddens the poet?

(A) sense of failure
(B) the glamour of war
(C) the poverty of children
(D) the darkness of dew

(C) the poverty of children

Who is the author of the poem, “In the Street of the Fruit Stalls”?

(A) Shelley
(B) T.S. Eliot
(C) W.H. Davies
(D) Jan Stallworthy

(D) Jan Stallworthy

1st Year English Poem 5 In the Street of Fruit Stalls Synonyms Quiz

Hereunder you will find some important Synonyms MCQs, taken from 1st Year English In the Street of Fruit Stalls poem. Click the yellow button to see the correct answer.

Wicks balance flame, a dark dew falls.

(A) stabilize
(B) flutter
(C) flatter
(D) enjoy

(A) stabilize

The fruits were piled like cannon balls.

(A) scattered
(B) heaped
(C) picked
(D) plucked

(B) heaped

The fruit glowed red-hot from within.

(A) sparkled
(B) wasted
(C) darkened
(D) boosted

(A) sparkled

The children enter the lantern’s orbit.

(A) wick
(B) frame
(C) oil
(D) sphere

(D) sphere

The fruits look like the moon compacted to a rind.

(A) compressed
(B) tore
(C) declined
(D) peeled

(A) compressed

The fruits look like the moon compacted to a rind.

(A) flesh
(B) peel
(C) bone
(D) pulp

(B) peel

The fruits look like the sun in a pitted skin.

(A) clean
(B) painted
(C) stopped
(D) uneven

(D) uneven

Radiant as lanterns, the forget / The dark street I am standing in.

(A) glowing
(B) lifeless
(C) thin
(D) dark

(A) glowing

Wicks balance flame.

(A) vex
(B) glass
(C) mirror
(D) candle strings

(D) candle strings

Relevant Notes

  1. In the Street of the Fruit Stalls Poem Explanation
  2. 11th English Poem 5 Question Answers
  3. 1st Year English Poem 5 Urdu Translation

 

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