My Mother at Sixty-six MCQ Questions for Class 12 English Poem Chapter 1 with Answers

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NCERT Chapters for Class 12 English Flamingo Poem

Q1. What does the narrative single sentence style of the poem highlight?

(i) Poet’s feelings
(ii) Poet’s insecurities
(iii) poet’s thoughts
(iv) poet’s intertwining thoughts

(iv) poet’s intertwining thoughts


Q2. What does the expression smile, smile and smile signify?

(i) poet was going home and was elated
(ii) poet was happy
(iii) poet was hopeless
(iv) poet’s desperate efforts to hide her fears

(iv) poet’s desperate efforts to hide her fears


Q3. Whose house the poet was leaving?

(i) her friend’s house
(ii) in-law’s house
(iii) her husband’s house
(iv) her parents’ house

(iv) her parents’ house


Q4. What were the words she used while parting from her mother?

(i) See you soon Ba
(ii) See you soon beeji
(iii) See you soon mata ji
(iv) See you soon, amma

(iv) See you soon, amma


Q5. Kamala Das was an

(i) Bengali
(ii) Punjabi
(iii) Keralite
(iv) Gujarati

(iii) Keralite


Q6. The person in the car, beside the poetess, was,

(i) her aunt
(ii) her niece
(iii) her uncle
(iv) her mother

(iv) her mother


Q7. The poetess says her mother looked pale like a

(i) corpse
(ii) ghost
(iii) malnourished child
(iv) anaemic person

(i) corpse


Q8. Trees sprinting’ is a poetic device. It is

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

(i) personification


Q9. ‘Children spilling out’ is an

(i) simile
(ii) metaphor
(iii) personification
(iv) transferred epithet

(ii) metaphor


Q10. Smile and smile and smile is

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

(ii) repetition


Q11. The narrator is only using her smile to

(i) cover up her pain
(ii) make herself happy
(iii) to make her mother happy
(iv) to make her father happy

(i) cover up her pain


Q12. The poem is made up of

(i) twenty lines
(ii) a single sentence
(iii) ten stanzas
(iv) five stanzas

(ii) a single sentence


Q13. What does the poem revolve around?

(i) poet’s fears
(ii) poet’s love for her mother
(iii) Theme of old age
(iv) All of these

(iv) All of these


Q14. What was the expression of the poet’s face while parting from her mother?

(i) satirical
(ii) funny
(iii) sad
(iv) smiling

(iv) smiling


Q15. What was the poet’s childhood fear?

(i) Parting from her husband
(ii) Parting from her friends
(iii) Parting from her siblings
(iv) losing her mother

(iv) losing her mother


Q16. Name the poetic devices used in the poem.

(i) metaphor
(ii) similie
(iii) alliteration
(iv) all of these

(iv) all of these


Q17. Which poetic device is used in “Trees sprinting-” ?

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

(iv) Personification


Q18. What does this narrative style of the poem signify?

(i) differing thoughts
(ii) many thoughts
(iii) contrasting thoughts
(iv) a single thread of thought mixed with harsh realities

(iv) a single thread of thought mixed with harsh realities


Q19. What did the poet realize with pain?

(i) her mother’s appearance like a corpse
(ii) she is inconsiderate
(iii) old age is pleasant
(iv) she has duties

(i) her mother’s appearance like a corpse


Q20. What does ‘ashen face ‘ signify?

(i) colour of face
(ii) face is covered with ash
(iii) Pale and lifeless face of poet’s mother
(iv) to show ugly face

(iii) Pale and lifeless face of poet’s mother


Q21. What do the parting words “See you soon Amma” signify?

(i) her carelessness
(ii) Her optimistic farewell full of cheerfulness
(iii) she bids goodbye like this
(iv) she is in a hurry

(ii) Her optimistic farewell full of cheerfulnes


Q22. What is the universality of the theme of the poem?

(i) death is a truth
(ii) Life is a reality
(iii) everyone is happy
(iv) to show old age

(i) death is a truth


Q23. Why did the poet look at her mother again?

(i) because she was busy
(ii) because she was going away
(iii) because she wanted to stay back
(iv) because of fear and insecurity

(iv) because of fear and insecurity


Q24. Which Rhyming scheme is used in the poem?

(i) coupled rhyme
(ii) monorhyme
(iii) Alternate rhyme
(iv) free verse

(iv) free verse


Q25. Why does the poet feel parted, upset and sad?

(i) because of her fears
(ii) because she was getting late
(iii) fear of missing her flight
(iv) because of her duty towards mother and her own needs

(iv) because of her duty towards mother and her own needs


MCQ Questions for Class 12 English with Answers Flamingo


Flamingo Prose MCQ with Answers

1. The Last Lesson2. Lost Spring
3. Deep Water4. The Rattrap
5. Indigo6. Poets and Pancakes
7. The Interview8. Going Places

Flamingo Poems MCQ with Answers

Chapter 1 : My Mother at Sixty-six
Chapter 2: An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum
Chapter 3: Keeping Quiet
Chapter 4: A Thing of Beauty
Chapter 5: A Roadside Stand
Chapter 5: Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers

Vistas MCQ with Answers

Chapter 1: The Third Level
Chapter 2: The Tiger King
Chapter 3: Journey to the End of the Earth
Chapter 4: The Enemy
Chapter 5: Should Wizard Hit Mommy
Chapter 6: On the Face of it
Chapter 7: Evans Tries an O-level
Chapter 8: Memories of Childhood

Practice the CBSE NCERT MCQ Questions of Class 12 English with Answers Pdf of Flamingo, Vistas and doing so will help you score more marks in the board or any other competitive exams. Refer to the Objective Questions of 12th Class PDF provided through the quick links and get a deeper understanding of concepts.

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