Ranga’s Marriage MCQ Questions for Class 11 English Snapshots Chapter 3 with Answers

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Q1. According to the Shastri, what was Ranga’s concern?

(i) Concern for a girl
(ii) Concern for his studies
(iii) Concern for a job
(iv) Concern for his village

(i) Concern for a girl

Q2. Why was it not important to know Ranga’s star?

(i) Because Shastri already knew
(ii) Because Shastri was taught beforehand by the narrator
(iii) Because Shastri was not well versed
(iv) All of the above

(ii) Because Shastri was taught beforehand by the narrator

Q3. What does the narrator mention as a ‘priceless commodity’?

(i) To his native language
(ii) To mangoes of his village
(iii) To flowers of his village
(iv) To English language

(iv) To English language

Q4. According to Ranga, what type of girl should one marry?

(i) Mature
(ii) Admirable
(iii) Both
(iv) Not mentioned in the story

(iii) Both

Q5. Later on, Ranga got to know that Ratna was

(i) divorced
(ii) widowed
(iii) unmarried
(iv) engaged

(iii) unmarried

Q6. What sort of cue did Shastri suggest for the girl’s name?

(i) Something found in the forest
(ii) Something found in the ocean
(iii) Something found in the sky
(iv) None of the above

(ii) Something found in the ocean

Q7. What is the name of the narrator’s village?

(i) Hosahalli
(ii) Panchavalli
(iii)Hadinaru
(iv) None of the above

(i) Hosahalli

Q8. After knowing that Ranga was the same, the crowd was

(i) disappointed
(ii) happy
(iii) angry
(iv) irritated

(i) disappointed

Q9. It’s Shyama’s birthday.” Who has been referred to in this line?

(i) Ranga and Ratna’s child
(ii) The narrator
(iii) A child in village
(iv) None of the above

(i) Ranga and Ratna’s child

Q10. “There’s greater truth in that shastra than we imagine.” Who said this?

(i) Shyama
(ii) Shastri
(iii) Ratna
(iv) Ranga

(iv) Ranga

Q11. The story “Ranga’s Marriage” is set in a village of

(i) Madurai
(ii) Banglore
(iii) Mysore
(iv) Bhubaneswar

(iii) Mysore

Q12. What sort of intentions does the narrator seem to have towards Ranga?

(i) He is mean
(ii) He feels responsible for his marriage
(iii) He is manipulative
(iv) He feels pitiful

(ii) He feels responsible for his marriage

Q13. Why does the narrator call the couple childish?

(i) Because they were immature
(ii) Because they named their child after him
(iii) Because they were playful
(iv) Because they invited him for dinner

(ii) Because they named their child after him

Q14. Who was Ranga?

(i) The narrator’s son
(ii) The accountant’s son
(iii) The doctor’s son
(iv) None of the above

(ii) The accountant’s son

Q15. Come, let’s go and see Shastri.” Who was Shastri?

(i) The village doctor
(ii) A village elder
(iii) The astrologer
(iv) Not mentioned in the tale

(iii) The astrologer

Q16. What is the name of the narrator of the tale?

(i) Rangappa
(ii) Shastri
(iii) Rama
(iv) Shyama

(iv) Shyama

Q17. When Ranga reached the narrator’s house, Ratna was

(i) sitting
(ii) painting
(iii) singing
(iv) waiting

(iii) singing

Q18. Ranga was __ about Ratna.

(i) curious
(ii) uninterested
(iii) envious
(iv) annoyed

(i) curious

Q19. She was married a year ago.” Hearing this, Ranga was

(i) thrilled
(ii) disappointed
(iii) unconcerned
(iv) surprised

(ii) disappointed

Q20. How does the narrator describe Ratna?

(i) Pretty girl of eleven
(ii) From a big town
(iii) Disrespectful
(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

(iv) Both (i) and (ii)

Q21. According to the narrator, who would make a suitable bride for Ranga?

(i) Narrator’s own daughter
(ii) Rama Rao’s niece
(iii) Narrator’s niece
(iv) Rama Rao’s daughter

(ii) Rama Rao’s niece

Q22. “As for his namaskara to me, he did not do it like any present-day boy…” What does it tell about Ranga?

(i) He was well mannered
(ii) He was disrespectful
(iii) He was forgetful
(iv) He changed his caste

(i) He was well mannered

Q23. How does the narrator speak of Ranga’s character?

(i) Poorly
(ii) Highly
(iii) Manipulatively
(iv) Does not speaks of his character

(iii) Manipulatively

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