Clearing in the Sky Synonym Based MCQs for FA / FSC Part 1
This post contains Clearing in the Sky MCQs for Class 11. This short story is chapter 2 in the textbook of FSC part 1. I am sharing Synonym Based MCQs of this lesson in this post. However, I already have shared Clearing in the Sky Comprehension Based MCQs. Each question has four possible answers, after you choose one in your mind, click on the show answer button to see the correct answer. I find this method good for students to remember the right options. I have also Shared Clearing in the Sky Questions and Answers for FSC, 1st Year Students. There is much more content that students can avail of by visiting English Book 1 Notes for FSC.
Clearing in the Sky MCQs for FA / FSC 1st Year – Quiz
Hereunder, are 46 MCQs from Clearing in the Sky Chapter 2 English Book 1 first year. Try to found out the correct answers. If you find any mistake in this quiz, please inform me in the comment section.
(1) I wiped the streams of sweat from my face to keep them from stinging my eyes.
(2) He took his pocket knife from his pocket, and cut a wisp of alfalfa.
(3) He began to climb the second bluff that lifted abruptly from the flat toward the sky.
(A) steep rock
(B) level ground
(C) deep valley
(D) bushy area
(4) The path was too steep for my feet to hold unless I braced myself.
(5) I managed to stand on the path by holding on to a little sapling.
(6) “Look at this, Jess!” he bragged.
(B) broke in
(7) I had never seen anything extraordinary upon this high point of the rugged land.
(8) My curiosity was aroused.
(9) We reached the limbless trunks of these tall straight pines.
(10) I saw a clearing in the heart of his wilderness right on the mountain top.
(C) steep slope
(D) uncultivated land
(11) There was a rim of shadow over the rows of dark stalwart plants.
(12) “I don’t see a weed in this patch,” I laughed.
(A) unwanted plant
(13) Many of the trees were big enough to heave sawed into lumber at the mill.
(14) I followed him down the path that wound this way and that.
(15) There are two slips in the road.
(16) The old man lived to raise a family of five children.
(B) bring up
(17) I could not protest to him now.
(18) He would do it if he had a crawl.
(A) work slowly
(B) struggle hard
(C) run fast
(19) “Stray cattle if they ever get out of the pasture,” he answered me curtly.
(20) I followed him down the little path between the pasture and the meadow.
(C) grazing ground
(21) I followed him down the little path between the pasture and the meadow.
(22) “Stray cattle! If they ever get out of the pasture.”
(23) “I like these woods, Jess!” my father said.
(24) When the October winds below, they rustled the big leaves from the trees.
(25) Long boughs of the pines were fondling the substance of a white cloud.
(26) There were many species of hard and softwood trees.
(27) Several paths left the main path gradually climbing the mountain.
(28) “Then why take the steep one?” I asked.
(29) He pushed down the top wire so he could cross the fence.
(30) Look at the fertile land we have in the valley.
(31) Anything that grows on the new ground like this has better flavour.
(32) Then he sat down on a big oak stump.
(33) On the lower side of the clearing there was a rim of shadow.
(34) What is the reason for your planting this patch up here?
(35) He said, winking at me.
(36) The wild vines had matted their tops together.
(37) I have reached the years the Good Book allows to man in his lifetime on this earth.
(A) the Bible
(B) the medical book
(C) the book of parables
(D) practical book
(38) He wiped the rain-drops of sweat from his red winkled face.
(39) He wiped the sweat from his red wrinkled face with his big blue bandanna.
(40) His voice rose with excitement.
(41) I lost my little plough in a furrow.
(42) Many of the trees were big enough to have sawed into limber at the mill.
(43) Many of the trees were big enough to have sawed into lumber at the mill.
(A) little pieces
(44) I had to smell this rich loam again.
(45) He whiffed the smell of this wild dirt into his nostrils
(46) Twice my father stopped to wipe the sweat.
(A) rub away
(B) move away
(C) take away