Father to Son MCQ Questions Class 11 English Poems Chapter 5 Answers

Father to Son MCQ Questions for Class 11 English Hornbill Poems Chapter 5 with Answers

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Q1. Why was the father ready to forgive him?

(i) to let go of all the sorrows he had inside
(ii) to become a better person
(iii) to teach his son a lesson
(iv) to help his son

(i) to let go of all the sorrows he had inside

Q2. Does the father want his son to move around in his own world?

(i) Yes, absolutely
(ii) Not at all
(iii) Maybe
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Not at all

Q3. What happened when he tried to build a relationship with him in his childhood?

(i) he was successful
(ii) his efforts were in vain
(iii) he was half-way successful
(iv) None of the above

(ii) his efforts were in vain

Q4. What does the son share about him understanding himself?

(i) he is at a point where he doesn’t understand himself
(ii) he understands him so well
(iii) he don’t want to think about it
(iv) he is very busy to think about understanding himself

(i) he is at a point where he doesn’t understand himself

Q5. When the son spoke for the first time, does he also feel sad about the distance between them?

(i) Yes, he did
(ii) No, he did not felt anything
(iii) Maybe in his heart
(iv) He never thought about it

(i) Yes, he did

Q6. How old is the son when his father rants about his agony to his son?

(i) teenager
(ii) grown-up
(iii) child
(iv) just became adult

(ii) grown-up

Q7. What happens when they both put out an empty hand for the others to seek?

(i) efforts are always in vain
(ii) they got successful in the end
(iii) father wasn’t interested
(iv) they never had a chance to talk

(i) efforts are always in vain

Q8. From where does the son’s anger arise ?

(i) out of his nature
(ii) out of his sadness
(iii) out of his father’s attitude
(iv) out of his childhood memories

(ii) out of his sadness

Q9. What is the poem ‘Father to Son’ about?

(i) Unsettling relationship between father and son
(ii) father’s old age
(iii) son comparing him to his father
(iv) father talking to son about his childhood

(i) Unsettling relationship between father and son

Q10. Which of the following is an Alliteration?

(i) Silence surrounds us
(ii) We speak like strangers
(iii) I do not understand this child
(iv) I would have

(i) Silence surrounds us

Q11. Find out the simile used in the poem ‘Father to Son’?

(i) Silence surrounds us
(ii) The seed I spent or sown it where
(iii) We speak like strangers
(iv) Yet what he loves I cannot share

(iii) We speak like strangers

Q12. Who is the poet of the poem ‘Father to Son’?

(i) Walt Whitman
(ii) ShirleyToulson
(iii) Elizabeth Jennings
(iv) Kushwant Singh

(iii) Elizabeth Jennings

Q13. Since his son was prodigal, why does he want him to come back home?

(i) to make amends with him
(ii) to teach him a lesson
(iii) to give him money
(iv) None of the above

(i) to make amends with him

Q14. Is there a silence between the father and the son?

(i) Yes
(ii) No
(iii) Can’t say
(iv) Maybe

(i) Yes

Q15. Despite all his efforts to fix the communication gap, was the son able to understand him?

(i) Yes
(ii) No
(iii) Can’t say
(iv) Maybe

(ii) No

Q16. What is the meaning of word ‘Prodigal’ used in the third stanza?

(i) understanding son
(ii) someone who is smart
(iii) spending money freely
(iv) someone who doesn’t spend money freely

(iii) spending money freely

Q17. What happened when he tried to build a relationship with him in his childhood?

(i) he was successful
(ii) his efforts were in vain
(iii) he was half-way successful
(iv) None of the above

(ii) his efforts were in vain

Q18. Since his son was prodigal, why does he want him to come back home?

(i) to make amends with him
(ii) to teach him a lesson
(iii) to give him money
(iv) None of the above

(i) to make amends with him

Q19. Despite all his efforts to fix the communication gap, was the son able to understand him?

(i) Yes
(ii) No
(iii) Can’t say
(iv) Maybe

(ii) No

Q20. What is the poem ‘Father to Son’ about?

(i) Unsettling relationship between father and son
(ii) father’s old age
(iii) son comparing him to his father
(iv) father talking to son about his childhood

(i) Unsettling relationship between father and son

Q21. Why was the father ready to forgive him?

(i) to let go of all the sorrows he had inside
(ii) to become a better person
(iii) to teach his son a lesson
(iv) to help his son

(i) to let go of all the sorrows he had inside

Q22. Does father know about his son’s likes and dislikes?

(i) Yes
(ii) No
(iii) Maybe
(iii) Can’t say

(ii) No

Q23. Which of the following is an Alliteration?

(i) Silence surrounds us
(ii) We speak like strangers
(iii) I do not understand this child
(iv) I would have

(i) Silence surrounds us

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