An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum MCQ Questions for Class 12 English Poem Chapter 2 with Answers

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NCERT Chapters for Class 12 English Flamingo Poem

Q1.What does ‘gusty waves’ imply?

(i) slum children
(ii) energetic children
(iii) deceased children
(iv) unhappy children

(ii) energetic children


Q2. Identify the literary device in ‘like roofless weeds’.

(i) simile
(ii) metaphor
(iii) alliteration
(iv) personification

(i) simile


Q3. Identify the literary device in `rat’s eyes’.

(i) simile
(ii) metaphor
(iii) alliteration
(iv) personification

(ii) metaphor


Q4. The paper-seeming boy with rat’s eyes’ means the boy is

(i) sly and secretive
(ii) short and lean
(iii) hungry and thin
(iv) sad and depressed

(iii) hungry and thin


Q5. The color of sour cream is

(i) white
(ii) yellow
(iii) off-white
(iv) pale

(iii) off-white


Q6. ‘On sour cream walls. Donations’ suggests

(i) schools are well equipped
(ii) schools are small but they try to impart education
(iii) schools have a poor and ill-equipped environment
(iv) schools meet the education requirements of the children through donations

(iii) schools have a poor and ill-equipped environment


Q7. Who sits at the back of the class?

(i) a sweet and young pupil
(ii) a paper seeming boy
(iii) a tall girl
(iv) a girl with hair like rootless weeds

(i) a sweet and young pupil


Q8. What is the stunted boy reciting?

(i) the lesson from his desk
(ii) Shakespeare’s poetry
(iii) leaves of nature
(iv) his composition

(i) the lesson from his desk


Q9. Where do their lives ‘slyly turn’?

(i) in their cramped holes
(ii) towards the sun
(iii) towards the school
(iv) towards the windows

(i) in their cramped holes


Q10. What does the map represent?

(i) world of the rich and powerful
(ii) world of the poor
(iii) world of the slum school children
(iv) world the poet wants for the slum children

(i) world of the rich and powerful


Q11. The last stanza is unlike the rest of the poem.

(i) long
(ii) short
(iii) optimistic
(iv) pessimistic

(iii) optimistic


Q12. ‘Break O break’. What should they break?

(i) the donations
(ii) all bathers
(iii) the slums
(iv) the schools

(ii) all bathers


Q13. Identify the literary device in ‘slums as big as doom’.

(i) simile
(ii) metaphor
(iii) alliteration
(iv) personification

(i) simile


Q14. What do the ‘governor’, inspector, visitor in the poem depict?

(i) higher officials
(ii) Government officials
(iii) Political people
(iv) Powerful and influential people

(iv) Powerful and influential people


Q15. Who has written Elementary School Classroom in a Slum?

(i) Kipling
(ii) Wordsworth
(iii) Kamlanath
(iv) Stephen Spender

(iv) Stephen Spender


Q16. What does the poet portray in the poem?

(i) young minds
(ii) playfulness of the children
(iii) questions of young mind
(iv) the plight of young children in the slums

(iv) the plight of young children in the slums


Q17. What do the faces of children in the slum areas reflect?

(i) happiness
(ii) their aspirations
(iii) their happiness
(iv) sadness and lack of enthusiasm

(iv) sadness and lack of enthusiasm


Q18. What kind of life the children living in slums have?

(i) full of love
(ii) full of care and warmth
(iii) Hopeless and full of struggle
(iv) all these

(iii) Hopeless and full of struggle


Q19. What was the boy with rat’s eyes trying to escape from?

(i) bright light outside
(ii) openness of trees
(iii) dim light of the class
(iv) children in the room

(iii) dim light of the class


Q20. How can powerful people help the poor children?

(i) by fighting with the government
(ii) by fighting with the powerful
(iii) by bridging gaps of inequalities and injustice
(iv) by fighting with the rich

(iii) by bridging gaps of inequalities and injustice


Q21. Why is the head of the tall girl ‘weighed down’?

(i) by the burden of studies
(ii) by the burden of work
(iii) by the burden of the world
(iv) All these

(iii) by the burden of the world


Q22. Who was sitting at the back of the dim class?

(i) a girl
(ii) an old man
(iii) a teacher
(iv) an unnoticed young boy

(iv) an unnoticed young boy


Q23. In what sense are the slum chidren different?

(i) their IQ
(ii) their wisdom
(iii) their dresses
(iv) because of no access to hope and openness of the world

(iv) because of no access to hope and openness of the world


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Chapter 4: A Thing of Beauty
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