Footprints without Feet MCQ Questions for Class 10 English Chapter 5 with Answers

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MCQ Questions for Class 10 English with Answers Footprints Without Feet

Q1. How did Griffin finaly escape?

(i) by hitting them
(ii) by taking off all his clothes
(iii) by running away as fast as he could
(iv) by hiding

(ii) by taking off all his clothes

Q2. Where did he find comfort in London?

(i) at the inn
(ii) a big store
(iii) theatre store
(iv) none of the above

(ii) a big store

Q3. Griffin’s body became as transparent as _

(i) glass
(ii) ice
(iii) air
(iv) none of the above

(i) glass

Q4. what was an unusual event?

(i) a guest at the inn during winters
(ii) a guest at the inn during summers
(iii) a guest at the inn during spring
(iv) nothing was unusual there

(i) a guest at the inn during winters

Q5. Where did he go next?

(i) Piping
(ii) Iping
(iii) Snowland
(iv) none of the above

(ii) Iping

Q6. What did he do for revenge?

(i) burned himself
(ii) burned the landlord
(iii) burned the house
(iv) he didn’t do anything for revenge

(iii) burned the house

Q7. What do you mean by the word “eccentric”?

(i) uncommon
(ii) extra
(iii) catchy
(iv) none of the above

(i) uncommon

Q8. Why does Mrs Hall find the scientist eccentric?

(i) he visited during off season
(ii) his intention was only to work
(iii) he looked weird
(iv) all of the above

(iv) all of the above

Q9. What was he working on?

(i) making fake footprints
(ii) making human bodies invisible
(iii) making a fool of children
(iv) all of the above

(ii) making human bodies invisible

Q10. Why was Mrs Hall prepared and ready to tolerate strange habits and irritable temper?

(i) he had paid in advance
(ii) he was a scientist
(iii) both 1 and 2
(iv) none of the above

(i) he had paid in advance

Q11. Who called the incident “an extraordinary affair”?

(i) clergyman
(ii) clergyman’s wife
(iii) Mrs Hall
(iv) all of the above

(i) clergyman

Q12. Who were the boys following?

(i) a scientist
(ii) a dog
(iii) a rat
(iv) none of the above

(i) a scientist

Q13. What did she think had happened to her furniture?

(i) nothing
(ii) the scientist had put spirits in them
(iii) the scientist was playing with them
(iv) the furniture had gone mad

(ii) the scientist had put spirits in them

Q14. The scientist was always _; now he became furious.”

(i) patient
(ii) quick-tempered
(iii) calm
(iv) none of the above

(ii) quick-tempered

Q15. What is the meaning of “bewildered”?

(i) perplexed
(ii) confused
(iii) puzzled
(iv) all of the above

(iv) all of the above

Q16. What caused the villagers to suspect the scientist?

(i) the robery
(ii) the furniture incident
(iii) unexpected availability of cash on him
(iv) all of the above

(iv) all of the above

Q17. Where was the theatrical company shop situated?

(i) Dury lane
(ii) Drury lane
(iii) Druy lane
(iv) Druri Lane

(ii) Drury lane

Q18. Who is the author of the story “Footprints without feet”?

(i) HG Wells
(ii) James Herriot
(iii) John Keats
(iv) WB Butler

(i) HG Wells

Q19. What was easier said than done?

(i) to see him
(ii) to talk to him
(iii) to hold him
(iv) none of the above

(iii) to hold him

Q20. Why was it a bad time to wander about in London without clothes?

(i) it was a rainy season
(ii) it was very hot
(iii) it was bitterly cold
(iv) none of the above

(iii) it was bitterly cold

Q22. The scientist was always _; now he became furious.”

(i) patient
(ii) quick-tempered
(iii) calm
(iv) none of the above

(ii) quick-tempered

Q23. After making a theft in the shop of a theatrical company where did Griffin decide to go?

(i) Iping village
(ii) Oxford city
(iii) Paris
(iv) London

(i) Iping village

Q24. The shop of the theatrical company was situated at:

(i) Drury Lane
(ii) London Lane
(iii) Iping Lane
(iv) Griffin Lane

(i) Drury Lane

Q25. Brilliant scientist though he was, Griffin was rather a _ person.”

(i) lawless
(ii) lawful
(iii) good
(iv) rude

(i) lawless

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