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The Gift of the Magi Synonyms MCQs – 1st Year English Lesson 12

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The post contains 11th Class English Chapter 12 The Gift of the Magi Synonyms MCQs for 1st Year Students. This is the 12th short story in 1st Year English Book 1. I am sharing these MCQs for those students of FSC, FA, ICS and Icom part 1 who are searching for 1st Year English Chapter 12 Synonyms. You can download all subjects notes or 1st year all subjects books from ilmihub. However, 1st Year English Notes are also available. Those students who need only 1st year Short Stories notes should visit this link.

The Gift of the Magi Synonyms Multiple Choice Questions

Here are some Synonyms Multiple Choice Questions with Answers from The Gift of the Magi Short Story. There are four possible answers to each question. Click on the show answer button to see the correct answer.

If a queen had lived in the rooms near theirs, Della would have washed and dried her hair where the queen could see it.

(A) county
(B) locality
(C) lodgings
(D) vicinity

(C) lodgings

If a king had lived in the same house, with all his riches, Jim would have looked at his watch every time they met.

(A) wealth
(B) dresses
(C) clothes
(D) jewels

(A) wealth

Jim knew that no king had anything so valuable.

(A) important
(B) colourful
(C) beautiful
(D) precious

(D) precious

And then she put it up on her head again, nervously and quickly.

(A) happily
(B) anxiously
(C) angrily
(D) suddenly

(B) anxiously

Mrs. Sofronie, large, too white, coldeyed, looked at her.

(A) crooked
(B) money-minded
(C) unwelcoming
(D) abrupt

(C) unwelcoming

Jim and the chain both had quietness and value.

(A) worth
(B) calm
(C) charm
(D) peace

(A) worth

When Della arrived home, her mind quieted a little.

(A) slept
(B) worked
(C) calmed
(D) agitated

(C) calmed

Della’s mind quietened a little and she began to think more reasonably.

(A) loudly
(B) emphatically
(C) politely
(D) logically

(D) logically

Love and largehearted giving, when added together, can leave deep marks.

(A) meticulous
(B) thrifty
(C) generous
(D) sparing

(C) generous

“You won’t care, will you”?

(A) worry
(B) fare
(C) dare
(D) stare

(A) worry

No one could ever count my regard for you.

(A) understanding
(B) love
(C) humility
(D) sympathy

(A) understanding

White fingers pulled off the paper.

(A) scratched
(B) touched
(C) folded
(D) unwrapped

(D) unwrapped

Jim and the chain both had quietness and value.

(A) lustre
(B) glamour
(C) simplicity
(D) costliness

(C) simplicity

Love and large-hearted giving, when added together, can leave deep marks.

(A) blobs
(B) stains
(C) impressions
(D) blows

(B) stains

I hunted all over town to find it.

(A) searched
(B) assessed
(C) notified
(D) economized

(A) searched

The Magi were wise men and their gifts were doubtlessly wise ones

(A) surely
(B) incompletely
(C) dimly
(D) reudely

(A) surely

There was no expression in Jim’s eyes.

(A) indication
(B) light
(C) brightness
(D) darkens

(A) indication

She started to cover the sad marks.

(A) reveal
(B) count
(C) conceal
(D) feel

(C) conceal

He seemed to labour to understand what had happened.

(A) played
(B) realized
(C) felt
(D) took place

(D) took place

Because it was so plain and simple, you knew that it was very valuable.

(A) undecorated
(B) embellished
(C) smooth
(D) obvious

(A) undecorated

I hunted all over town to find.

(A) searched
(B) discovered
(C) bought
(D) stuck

(A) searched

The next two hours seemed to fly.

(A) looked in hurry
(B) passed
(C) passed quickly
(D) expired

(B) passed

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