Thank You Mam Synonyms Based MCQs for FA / FSC Part 1
This post contains Thank You Ma’am Synonyms MCQs for Class 11 Students. This short story is lesson 4 in the textbook of FA / FSC 1st Year. I have already shared Comprehension Based MCQs of Thank You Ma’am. On ilmihub, you can get quality educational content for you. I am sharing this Thank You Ma’am quiz for FSC Part 1 from the Kips Notes exercise. You can get all First Year Short Stories Notes at this link and to grab complete 1st Year English Notes you can visit this page.
Hereunder you will see 28 Solved Multiple Choice Questions from Thank You Mam short story. All MCQs have 4 possible answers under them. You can choose one of them. 1st try your ability and guess the one answer, later click on the correct answer button to see the right answer.
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Thank You Ma’am Synonyms MCQs for Class 11 – Quiz
(1) She carried her purse slung across her shoulder.
(2) She bent the boy up by his shirt front, and shook him until his teeth rattled.
(3) She bent down enough to permit him to stoop.
(4) The women gripped the frightened boy behind her.
(5) The woman dragged the frightened boy behind her.
(6) Sweat popped out on the boy’s face and he began to struggle.
(7) Sweat popped out on the boy’s face and he began to struggle.
(8) Mrs. Jones stopped and jerked the boy around in front of her.
(9) She put a half nelson about his neck, and continued to drag him up the street.
(B) leg- lock
(10) She dragged the boy into a large kitchenette-furnished room at the rear of the house.
(11) He could make a dash for it down the hall.
(12) The woman was sitting on a daybed.
(D) convertible couch
(13) Then he frowned, not knowing he frowned.
(14) You might run that comb through your hair so you will look presentable.
(15) In another corner of the room behind a screen was a gas plate and an icebox.
(16) The woman did not ask the boy anything that would embarrass him.
(17) All kinds of women came in and out, blondes redheads, and Spanish.
(18) Do not make the mistake of latching onto my pocket-book.
(19) Shoes got by devilish ways will burn your feet.
(20) I hope you will behave yourself.
(21) The Strap broke with a sudden single tug.
(22) Instead of taking off full blast as he had hoped, the boy fell on his back.
(A) running away
(B) hitting hard
(C) losing his balance
(23) “Lady, I’m sorry,” whispered the boy.
(24)He looked as if he were fourteen or fifteen, frail and willow-wild.
(25) The woman kicked the boy in his sitter.
(26) There was an icebox behind the screen.
(27) The women did not ask the boy where he lived or his folks.
(28) The strap broke with a sudden single tug.