The Laburnum Top MCQ Class 11 English Poems Chapter 2 with Answers

The Laburnum Top MCQ Questions for Class 11 English Hornbill Poems Chapter 2 with Answers

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Q1. Where did the bird vanish after feeding her young ones?

(i) to the other branch
(ii) to the top of the tree
(iii) to her nest
(iv) behind the yellow leaves

(iv) behind the yellow leaves

Q2. Why was Goldfinch’s body barely visible?

(i) due to her dark coloured yellow body
(ii) because she was small
(iii) because of the height of the tree
(iv) because she was brown in colour

(i) due to her dark coloured yellow body

Q3. Why did the Goldfinch bird came towards the tree?

(i) to feed her younger ones
(ii) to make a nest
(iii) to rest
(iv) None of the above

(i) to feed her younger ones

Q4. How was the tree in the end when the bird flew away?

(i) It was still alive
(ii) Nothing changed in the looks
(iii) it was death-like again
(iv) None of the above

(iii) it was death-like again

Q5. What happened to the bird in the end of the poem?

(i) she flew away
(ii) she stayed at the tree
(iii) she went to other tree
(iv) she went to bring some food for her younger ones

(i) she flew away

Q6. When did the death-like tree become alive?

(i) in the month of March
(ii) by the arrival monsoon season
(iii) by the arrival of the Goldfinch bird
(iv) by the arrival of sparrows

(iii) by the arrival of the Goldfinch bird

Q7. What Transferred Epithet was used in the poem ‘The Laburnum Top’?

(i) her barred face identity mask
(ii) engine of her family
(iii) Sleek as a lizard
(iv) September sunlight

(i) her barred face identity mask

Q8. What instance of Alliteration has been used in the poem ‘The Laburnum Top’ out of the following options?

(i) engine of her family
(ii) her barred face
(iii) Sleek as a lizard
(iv) September sunlight

(iv) September sunlight

Q9. How was the tree standing in the month of September?

(i) still and death-like
(ii) alive
(iii) green and happy
(iv) still and green

(i) still and death-like

Q10. What is the dominant colour used in the poem?

(i) Red
(ii) Blue
(iii) Yellow
(iv) Green

(iii) Yellow

Q11. What does the phrase “her barred face identity mask” mean?

(i) because she was brown in colour
(ii) due to her dark coloured yellow body
(iii) bird’s face became her identity and symbol of recognition
(iv) None of the above

(iii) bird’s face became her identity and symbol of recognition

Q12. Where are the young ones of the Goldfinch bird?

(i) On the thickness of the branch
(ii) On the top of the tree
(iii) on other tree
(iv) they were never there

(i) On the thickness of the branch

Q13. What is described as ‘engine’ in the poem?

(i) Lizard
(ii) Machine
(iii) Laburnum Tree
(iv) None of the above

(iii) Laburnum Tree

Q14. What is described by the word ‘sleek’ in the poem?

(i) Lizard
(ii) Bird
(iii) Branch
(iv) Top of the tree

(i) Lizard

Q15. What role does the tree play for the Goldfinch bird?

(i) As a shelter
(ii) as a supporter
(iii) as a means to feed her family
(iv) as a resting place

(i) As a shelter

Q16. How did the bird move to the other side of the branch?

(i) Like a lizard
(ii) Slowly
(iii) Smoothly
(iv) by flying

(i) Like a lizard

Q17. How did the bird arrive at the other branch of the tree?

(i) with a chirping sound
(ii) silently
(iii) never arrived at other branch
(iv) flew away and then arrived at the branch

(i) with a chirping sound

Q18. How did the bird arrive at the other branch of the tree?

(i) with a chirping sound
(ii) silently
(iii) never arrived at other branch
(iv) flew away and then arrived at the branch

(i) with a chirping sound

Q19. When did the death-like tree become alive?

(i) in the month of March
(ii) by the arrival monsoon season
(iii) by the arrival of the Goldfinch bird
(iv) by the arrival of sparrows

(iii) by the arrival of the Goldfinch bird

Q20. What role does the tree play for the Goldfinch bird?

(i) As a shelter
(ii) as a supporter
(iii) as a means to feed her family
(iv) as a resting place

(i) As a shelter

Q21. What happened after she fed her young ones?

(i) she flew away
(ii) she flew to the other side of the branch
(iii) she stayed there
(iv) she took some rest in the nest

(ii) she flew to the other side of the branch

Q22. What happened to the leaves of the Laburnum tree?

(i) they were green
(ii) turned yellow
(iii) fallen down
(iv) new leaves growing

(ii) turned yellow

Q23. Why did the Goldfinch bird came towards the tree?

(i) to feed her younger ones
(ii) to make a nest
(iii) to rest
(iv) None of the above

(i) to feed her younger ones

Q24. Why was Goldfinch’s body barely visible?

(i) due to her dark coloured yellow body
(ii) because she was small
(iii) because of the height of the tree
(iv) because she was brown in colour

(i) due to her dark coloured yellow body

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