A Roadside Stand MCQ Questions for Class 12 English Poem Chapter 5 with Answers

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NCERT Chapters for Class 12 English Flamingo Poem

Q1.What do the flowers of cities in a roadside stand refer to?

(i) city people
(ii) city cars
(iii) urban crowd
(iv) The pleasures of cities

(iv) The pleasures of cities


Q2. What does the speaker or narrator call the thought of the owner of the stand?

(i) A chid like longing
(ii) A very good thought
(iii) A wise thought
(iv) A childish longing in vain

(iv) A childish longing in vain


Q3. What is the open prayer from near the open window?

(i) For money to fall from the sky
(ii) for more number of people to stop
(iii) for getting money from the government
(iv) for the sound of coming cars to stop at the road stand to help the owner to earn money from them

(iv) for the sound of coming cars to stop at the road stand to help the owner to earn money from them


Q4. Who is the poet of A Roadside Stand?

(i) Samuel Taylor Coleridge
(ii) Robert Frost
(iii) Lord Byron
(iv) Percy Shelley

(ii) Robert Frost


Q5. Why was roadside stand built?

(i) so that people can wait there
(ii) to make it a bus stop
(iii) to earn money from polished city traffic
(iv) none of above

(ii) to make it a bus stop


Q6. What would be the state of poor rural folk at new location ?

(i) tension free as their needs will be looked after
(ii) they will be able to visit city malls
(iii) they will enjoy travelling malls and cinema halls
(iv) they will be happy

(i) tension free as their needs will be looked after


Q7. What does I stand for in the poem?

(i) owner of the stand
(ii) city flower who stopped on the stand
(iii) Poet of the poem-Robert Frost
(iv) None of above

(iii) Poet of the poem-Robert Frost


Q8. Who is Robert Frost?

(i) An American storyteller
(ii) An American essayist
(iii) An American narrator
(iv) An American twentieth century poet

(iv) An American twentieth century poet


Q9. What would be the state of poor rural folk at new location ?

(i) tension free as their needs will be looked after
(ii) they will be able to visit city malls
(iii) they will enjoy travelling malls and cinema halls
(iv) they will be happy

(i) tension free as their needs will be looked after


Q10. What does ‘Out of their wit’ mean in the poem?

(i)by helping the poor people
(ii) by showing rosy pictures to the poor people
(iii) by fooling and exploiting the poor people to their own benefit
(iv) all these

(iii) by fooling and exploiting the poor people to their own benefit


Q11. Who wanted to feel the money at hand and from whom?

(i) The rural folk from the government
(ii) The rural folk from the social agencies
(iii) The rural folk from the government officials
(iv) The rural folk from the city people

(iv) The rural folk from the city people


Q12. Who are the ‘pitiful kin’ in the poem?

(i) social agencies
(ii) government officials
(iii) city people with cars
(iv) The poor rural folk and farmers

(iv) The poor rural folk and farmers


Q13. What is being sold on roadside stand?

(i) furniture
(ii) cosmetics
(iii) Diesel
(iv) wild berries, golden squash and some other similar products

(iv) wild berries, golden squash and some other similar products


Q14. Why is the word pathetic used for road side stand?

(i) for city people’s attitude
(ii) for government’s declaration
(iii) for city people’s behavior
(iv) for poor condition of the owner of the stand

(iv) for poor condition of the owner of the stand


Q15. What does Frost’s poem deal with?

(i) human tragedies , fears and their solutions
(ii) humans
(iii) nature
(iv) buildings

(i) human tragedies , fears and their solutions


Q16. What is the poet’s call to the polished traffic passing ahead?

(i) he admires this
(ii) he is indifferent to this
(iii) he condemns this indifferent attitude of the city folk and feels the pain of the rural folk
(iv) all these

(iii) he condemns this indifferent attitude of the city folk and feels the pain of the rural folk


Q17. Who do selfish cars refer to?

(i) social agencies
(ii) Government officials
(iii) city people
(iv) car owners who do not stop on the stand

(iv) car owners who do not stop on the stand


Q18. What is the childish longing that the poet refers to?

(i) to travel the city malls
(ii) to travel the city showrooms
(iii) to interact with city people
(iv) hope of getting some financial help from the polished city traffic

(iv) hope of getting some financial help from the polished city traffic


Q19. Why did a stopping car react?

(i) to point out at the wrongly marked N and S directions
(ii) to buy some items
(iii) to appreciate their hard work
(iv) to soothe the villagers

(i) to point out at the wrongly marked N and S directions


Q20. What does support the flow of cities?

(i) travelling
(ii) rural people
(iii) government
(iv) flow of money

(iv) flow of money


Q21. What news in the poem ‘A Roadside Stand’ is making rounds in the village?

(i) City people are connive
(ii) Villagers will be given homes near theatre and shopping malls
(iii) Rural folk is earning money
(iv) None of above

(ii) Villagers will be given homes near theatre and shopping malls


Q22. Which word in the poem means fading?

(i) quarts
(ii) relief
(iii) relief
(iv) withering

(iv) withering


Q23. Who are the greedy Doers?

(i) the government
(ii) old people
(iii) The Rural people
(iv) The polished city folk

(iv) The polished city folk


Q24. What is the special quality of the city people or folk?

(i) They are connive
(ii) They are smart
(iii) They are snobbish
(iv) know how to get benefits in a calculative manner

(iv) know how to get benefits in a calculative manner


Q25. What is the open prayer from near the open window?

(i) For money to fall from the sky
(ii) for more number of people to stop
(iii) for getting money from the government
(iv) for the sound of coming cars to stop at the roadstand to help the owner to earn money from them

(iv) for the sound of coming cars to stop at the roadstand to help the owner to earn money from them


Q26. Who are the ‘pitiful kin’ in the poem?

(i) social agencies
(ii) government officials
(iii) city people with cars
(iv) The poor rural folk and farmers

(iv) The poor rural folk and farmers


Q27. What promise was the government making to relocate the villagers?

(i) to give them all the luxuries
(ii) to show them movies
(iii) their all needs will be looked after
(iv) all these

(iii) their all needs will be looked after


Q28. Who made roadside stand and where?

(i) The sarpanch made in the village
(ii) The government made in the village
(iii) social agencies made in the village
(iv) The poor rural people made in the village

(iv) The poor rural people made in the village


Q29. What was the news?

(i) City people will give money
(ii) city people will help the poor
(iii) Relocation and resettlement of the rural folk to make them tension free by the government
4.None of above

(iii) Relocation and resettlement of the rural folk to make them tension free by the government


Q30. Who will soothe the rural poor?

(i) Government and Social agencies
(ii) Government officials
(iii) Promises made by the Government
(iv) City people will soothe ‘out of their wits’

(iv) City people will soothe ‘out of their wits’


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