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The Oyster and the Pearl Play Synonyms Quiz for Class 11

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In this post, I am sharing the 1st Year Play 3 The Oyster and the Pearl Play Synonyms Quiz for the students of Class 11. Students can practice these Multiple Choice Questions for the objective type part of the annual exam. Complete 11th English Book 3 notes are already posted on ilmihub. However, students should visit Short Stories Notes for Book 1 notes and also visit 11th English Notes for grammar notes.

1st Year English Play 3 The Oyster and the Pearl Synonyms Quiz

Here are 45 solved Multiple Choice Questions based on Synonyms from the Play The Oyster and the Pearl taken from Kips Notes. The Oyster and the Pearl Synonyms MCQs are being posted as quizzes.

The various hats express the quality of Harry’s soul.

(A) contradict
(B) indicate
(C) reiterate
(D) conceal

(B) indicate

There are many odds and ends in the barber’s shop.

(A) difficulties
(B) antiques
(C) things of various kinds
(D) beauty products

(C) things of various kinds

You may turn out to be the one man hidden away in the junk of the world.

(A) depth
(B) rubbish
(C) variety
(D) bustle

(B) rubbish

You may turn out to be the one man hidden away in the junk of the world.

(A) prove
(B) try
(C) deviate
(D) fail

(A) prove

One can bring merriment to the tired old human heart by composing a symphony.

(A) courtesy
(B) effectiveness
(C) assortment
(D) happiness

(D) happiness

One can bring merriment to the tired old human heart by composing a symphony.

(A) sonnet
(B) instrument
(C) poem
(D) a piece of music

(D) a piece of music

All philosophies sound good.

(A) hear
(B) smell
(C) look
(D) taste

(C) look

That is fair and square.

(A) Just
(B) hateful
(C) far from fair
(D) sweet

(A) Just

Clark’s fishing tackle was safe and sound in the closet.

(A) equipment
(B) ship
(C) boat
(D) trick

(A) equipment

Clark’s fishing tackle was safe and sound in the closet.

(A) storeroom
(B) end
(C) compound
(D)  secrecy

(A) storeroom

Miss McCutcheon closed a colourful parasol.

(A) booklet
(B) magazine
(C) umbrella
(D) purse

(C) umbrella

harry wanted to take his time.

(A) relax
(B) delay
(C) help others
(D) withdraw

(A) relax

On top of that, almost all of them are unruly.

(A) disobedient
(B) unctuous
(C) insincere
(D) illustrious

(A) disobedient

There isn’t an eligible bachelor in the village.

(A) illiterate
(B) elderly
(C) suitable
(D) ambitious

(C) suitable

Harry said that he would not cut Miss McCutcheon’s hair even in a nightmare.

(A) good dream
(B) night adventure
(C) horrible dream
(D) darkness

(C) horrible dream

Wozzeck sold imitation stuff.

(A) ordinary
(B) cheap
(C) artificial
(D) genuine

(C) artificial

Roxanna appears with an assortment of shells.

(A) collection
(B) satchel
(C) string
(D) box

(A) collection

“Are you suggesting we play a trick on Clay, in order to carry out your mumbo-jumbo ideas”?

(A) genuine
(B) confusing
(C) good
(D) sensible

(B) confusing

That’s a couplet. Shakespeare had them at the end of a scene.

(A) rhyming verse
(B)climax
(C) compound sentence
(D) complement

(A) rhyming verse

I want to quit and go home to San Francisco.

(A)resign
(B) hail
(C) abide
(D) pop

(A)resign

They think I’m going to give up in despair and go home.

(A) hopelessness
(B) grief
(C) hopefulness
(D) disregard

(A) hopelessness

I’m determined to teach here.

(A) resolute
(B) exhorted
(C) willful
(D) contented

(A) resolute

According to Miss McCutcheon, it is supposed to set us free, not imprison us.

(A) influence
(B)  mislead
(C) intrigue
(D) detain

(D) detain

He judged animals at a county fair one time, so we call him Judge.

(A) urban
(B) primitive
(C) village
(D) industrial

(C) village

Yes, Greeley, and to illustrate what I mean that’s water you have in that bottle.

(A) sketch
(B) guarantee
(C) confirm
(D) exemplify

(D) exemplify

They come back half dead of homesickness and live on next to nothing the rest of the year.

(A) boredom
(B) nostalgia
(C) excitement
(D) delirium

(B) nostalgia

Our school needs an old battleaxe, like the teachers we had when we went to school.

(A)  caring woman
(B) ferocious woman
(C) nondescript woman
(D) triumphant woman

(B) ferocious woman

“One oyster doesn’t make a stew, Harry.”

(A) tool
(B) hat
(C) ornament
(D) dish

(D) dish

Harry examines the shears, clippers, and combs.

(A) mallets
(B) myriads
(C) scissors
(D) splinters

(C) scissors

One week at this school has knocked me for a loop.

(A)  shocked
(B) enlightened
(C) intoxicated
(D) amused

(A)  shocked

On top of that, almost all of them are unruly.

(A) disobedient
(B) unctuous
(C) insincere
(D) imposter

(A) disobedient

Nobody seems to have any sensible ambition.

(A)  aim
(B) curiosity
(C) contentment
(D) seriousness

(A)  aim

“If you give me a poodle haircut I’ll look more plain and simple.”

(A) straight forward
(B) innocent
(C) unattractive
(D) levelheaded

(B) innocent

I won’t forget this rudeness, Mr. Van Dusen.

(A) rashness
(B) discourtesy
(C) favour
(D) behaviour

(B) discourtesy

Clark hands harry three ten-dollar bills.

(A) receipts
(B) invoices
(C) drafts
(D) notes

(D) notes

Or if he was a poet, a sonnet.

(A) poem of 12 lines
(B) poem of 13 lines
(C) poem of 14 lines
(D) poem several lines

(C) poem of 14 lines

I got to poking around ad I found this oyster.

(A) rolling
(B) splashing
(C) splashing
(D) searching

(D) searching

Harry comes to life suddenly and becomes businesslike.

(A) regains consciousness
(B) starts buzzing
(C) becomes inactive
(D) starts thinking

(A) regains consciousness

Wozzeck, carrying a satchel, comes in, followed by Clay, Roxanna, and Greeky.

(A) box
(B) bog
(C) cultivated pearl
(D) piece of jewellery

(B) bog

The children go out. Wozzeck is bewildered.

(A) confused
(B) demoralized
(C) irritated
(D) resolute

(A) confused

I am looking for a chance to teach.

(A) possibility
(B) ability
(C) fragility
(D) clarity

(A) possibility

The sea washes up some pretty good things.

(A) ejects
(B) Engulfs
(C) drowns
(D) swallows

(A) ejects

She gives him an angry glance.

(A) slap
(B) rebuke
(C) look
(D) cry

(C) look

I am expecting a little Saturday business.

(A) writing
(B) sleeping
(C) hoping
(D) doing

(C) hoping

Miss America, I presume.

(A) think
(B) recollect
(C) guess
(D) remember

(A) think

Relevant Notes

  1. The Oyster and The Pearl Play Short Questions
  2. The Oyster and The Pearl Play MCQs
  3. The Oyster and The Pearl Play Urdu Translation

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