Childhood MCQ Questions for Class 11 English Hornbill Poems Chapter 4 with Answers

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NCERT Chapters for Class 11 English Hornbill Poems

Q1. What is the meaning of the word ‘ceased’?

(i) starting of something
(ii) come to an end
(iii) in the middle
(iv) to chase something

(ii) come to an end

Q2. Who is the poet of the poem ‘Childhood’?

(i) Shirley Toulson
(ii) Walt Whitman
(iii) Marcus Natten
(iv) Naipul

(iii) Marcus Natten

Q3. What did the poet realise about adults?

(i) That they are mature
(ii) They have to earn money
(iii) They are not what they seem to be
(iv) They are cunning

(iii) They are not what they seem to be

Q4. What refrain literary device is used in the poem ‘Childhood’?

(i) When did my childhood go?
(ii) Hell and Heaven
(iii) Could not be found in Geography
(iv) That’s all I know

(i) When did my childhood go?

Q5. What is the opposite of the word ‘hidden’?

(i) open
(ii) closed
(iii) partial
(iv) out

(iv) out

Q6. What did the poet find out about Hell and Heaven?

(i) They could be found in Geography books
(ii) They were imaginary places
(iii) They were in America
(iv) They were in India

(ii) They were imaginary places

Q7. According to the poet, adults are _

(i) Hypocrites
(ii) Smart
(iii) Lovable
(iv) Intelligent and Cunning

(i) Hypocrites

Q8. What did the poet sense about himself when he realised he could use his own mind the way he wants?

(i) he sensed that he is as intelligent as his friends
(ii) he sensed his own individuality and a separate personality
(iii) he sensed that he is very smart
(iv) he sensed that he could use his mind in creative work

(ii) he sensed his own individuality and a separate personality

Q9. What the poet could not find in the Geography book?

(i) Hell and Heaven
(ii) End to sky
(iii) Island
(iv) Country

(i) Hell and Heaven

Q10. What is the difference between an adult and a child?

(i) they can tell the difference between reality and fantasy
(ii) there is difference in sense of intelligence
(iii) there is no difference
(iv)None of the Above

(i) they can tell the difference between reality and fantasy

Q11. Why do adults talk and preach of love but do not act lovingly?

(i) because they are hypocrites
(ii) because they are double-faced
(iii) because they do not want to
(iv) because they invest in only those whom they find interesting

(i) because they are hypocrites

Q12. After what age did the poet realise that he had lost his childhood?

(i) Twelve
(ii) Eleven
(iii) Ten
(iv) Thirteen

(ii) Eleven

Q13. What is the most important thing about being an adult?

(i) they have their own thoughts
(ii) they can earn money
(iii) they can talk to anyone they want
(iv) they preach love

(i) they have their own thoughts

Q14. Where could he see his childhood now?

(i) in an infant’s face
(ii) only in his memories
(iii) Nowhere
(iv) in other kids

(i) in an infant’s face

Q15. Why are the adults not what they seem to be?

(i) They talk and preach of love but do not act so
(ii) They are very shrewd
(iii) They are selfish
(iv) They are lazy

(i) They talk and preach of love but do not act so

Q16. What type of Rhyme Scheme is used in the poem ‘Childhood’?

(i) ABAB
(ii) ABBA
(iii) ABABCB
(iv) ABBCCD

(iv) ABBCCD

Q17. What did the poet realise about his mind when he lost his childhood?

(i) that he can use it whatever way he wants
(ii) that he is very intelligent
(iii) that he is dumb
(iv) None of the Above

(i) that he can use it whatever way he wants

Q18. What did the poet conclude about his lost childhood at the end of the poem?

(i) It went to another dimension
(ii) It went to some forgotten place
(iii) It moved away with time
(iv) It shifted to his younger sibling

(ii) It went to some forgotten place

Q19. Why are the adults not what they seem to be?

(i) they talk and preach of love but do not act so
(ii) they are very shrewd
(iii) they are manipulative
(iv) they are double-faced

(i) they talk and preach of love but do not act so

Q20. What did the poet realise about adults?

(i) that they are mature
(ii) they have to earn money
(iii) they are not what they seem to be
(iv) they are cunning

(iii) they are not what they seem to be

Q21. What is the opposite of the word ‘hidden’?

(i) Open
(ii) Closed
(iii) Partial
(iv) Exposed

(iv) Exposed

Q22. What did the poet find out about Hell and Heaven?

(i) it was in sky
(ii) it was an imaginary place
(iii) it doesn’t exist
(iv) it was with god

(ii) it was an imaginary place

Q23. What is the poem ‘Childhood’ about?

(i) poet’s lost childhood
(ii) childhood of every person
(iii) childhood of poet’s child
(iv) poet’s father childhood

(i) poet’s lost childhood

Q24. What did the poet sense about himself when he realised he could use his own mind the way he wants?

(i) He sensed that he is as intelligent as his friends
(ii) He sensed his own individuality and a separate personality
(iii) He sensed that he is very smart
(iv) He sensed that he could use his mind in creative work

(ii) He sensed his own individuality and a separate personality

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