My Childhood MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Chapter 6 with Answers

My Childhood MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Chapter 6 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 9 English Beehive Prose with Answers

Q1. When SivasubramaniaIyer invited Abdul for the second time

(i) His wife took Abdul to the kitchen and served him food
(ii) His wife asked him to go outside the house
(iii) Abdul was deeply disappointed
(iv) Abdul refused to accept the invitation

(i) His wife took Abdul to the kitchen and served him food

Q2. SivasubramaniaIyer’s aim was to

(i) Humiliate Abdul
(ii) To break the social barriers that restricted people to mingle
(iii) To fight in the second world war
(iv) To become rich

(ii) To break the social barriers that restricted people to mingle

Q3. Post second world war, India’s freedom was

(i) Already achieved
(ii) Still long fetched
(iii) Imminent
(iv) Not possible

(iii) Imminent

Q4. Indians will build their own India”- Who said this?

(i) SivasubramaniaIyer
(ii) APJ Abdul Kalam
(iii) Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose
(iv) Mahatma Gandhi

(iv) Mahatma Gandhi

Q5. Abdul Kalam took his father’s permission to study at the headquarters of

(i) Rameswaram
(ii) Kanyakumari
(iii) Ramanathapuram
(iv) Kochi

(iii) Ramanathapuram

Q6. Abdul’s father believed in

(i) Freedom of thoughts
(ii) Communal difference
(iii) Cast system
(iv) Supernatural power

(i) Freedom of thoughts

Q7. The science teacher promoted

(i) A sense of religious unity
(ii) Hatred
(iii) Luxury and comfort
(iv) Oppression of poor

(i) A sense of religious unity

Q8. Which author’s lines did Abdul’s father quote in the end of the Chapter?

(i) Rabindranath Tagore
(ii) Khalil Gibran
(iii) Paul Coelho
(iv) AzharSamsuddin

(ii) Khalil Gibran

Q9. Abdul’s friend Sivapraasan became

(i)A teaching assistant
(ii) A newspaper distributor
(iii) A scientist
(iv) Catering contractor of Southern Railways

(iv) Catering contractor of Southern Railways

Q10. Sivasubramania’s expectations from Abdul Kalam was

(i) That Abdul will become the president
(ii) That Abdul will become the Prime Minister
(iii) That Abdul will be equal to the highly educated people of big cities
(iv) That Abdul will become filthy rich

(iii) That Abdul will be equal to the highly educated people of big cities

Q11. What bedtime stories did Abdul’s mother and grandmother tell the children of the family?

(i)Ramayana
(ii)Mahabharatha
(iii)Life of the Prophet
(iv)Both (i) and (iii)

(iv) Both (i) and (iii)

Q12. The name of the marriage site situated in the middle of the pond near to Abdul’s house was

(i) Kalyan Mancha
(ii) Rama Tirtha
(iii) Tirtha Bharathi
(iv) Rama Mandir

(ii) Rama Tirtha

Q13. Why did the teacher separate Kalam from his friend?

(i) they were talking in the class
(ii) they were not doing their work
(iii) they were disturbing the class
(iv) because of his own notion of social ranking, religious discrimination

(iv) because of his own notion of social ranking, religious discrimination

Q14. Who helped Kalam in getting his first wages?

(i) his neighbourer
(ii) his parents
(iii) teachers
(iv) his cousin Samsuddin

(iv) his cousin Samsuddin

Q15. Who spoke Khali Gibran’s words:Your children are not….”?

(i) Sivasubramania
(ii) Samsuddin
(iii) Kalam’s father
(iv) None

(iii) Kalam’s father

Q16. Who was Kalam’s close friend?

(i) Ramanadha Sastry
(ii) Samsuddin
(iii) his father
(iv) none

(i) Ramanadha Sastry

Q17. Where was Kalam’s house?

(i) near a cinema hall
(ii) near a park
(iii) on a mosque street
(iv) none

(iii) on a mosque street

Q18. What kind of a person was Kalam’s father ?

(i) kind
(ii) generous and dynamic
(iii) wise
(iv) All

(iv) All

Q19. Which word in the lesson means unnecessary?

(i) inessential
(ii) innecessity
(iii) essential
(iv) none

(i) inessential

Q20. Whom did Kalam’s father say these wordsKhali Gibran’s words:Your children are not…?

(i) to Kalam
(ii) to Samsuddin
(iii) to his wife
(iv) to Mr. Iyer

(iii) to his wife

Q21. What was Kalam’s age during the second world war?

(i) 9 years
(ii) 10 years
(iii) 11 years
(iv) 8 years

(iv) 8 years

Q22. How did Mr. Iyer change his wife’s notion?

(i) by force
(ii) by showing her eyes
(iii) by lecturing her
(iv) by his own example and behavior

(iv) by his own example and behavior

Q23. The first that earned money for Abdul Kalam was

(i) collecting and selling tamarind seeds
(ii) collecting and selling newspapers
(iii) Both (i) and (ii)
(iv) none of the above

(i) collecting and selling tamarind seeds

Q24. When was Kalam’s ancestral house built?

(i) in 18th century
(ii) in 19th century
(iii) in the middle of 19th century
(iv) all

(iii) in the middle of 19th century

Q25. Which symbol represented Abdul Kalam as a Muslim boy?

(i) ‘he spoke Urdu
(ii) he wore black clothes
(iii) he wore a cap
(iv) all of the above

(iii) he wore a cap

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