Please refer to MCQ Questions Chapter 11 The Proposal (play) Class 10 English with answers provided below. These multiple-choice questions have been developed based on the latest NCERT book for class 10 English issued for the current academic year. We have provided MCQ Questions for Class 10 English for all chapters on our website. Students should learn the objective based questions for Chapter 11 The Proposal (play) in Class 10 English provided below to get more marks in exams.
Chapter 11 The Proposal (play) MCQ Questions
Please refer to the following Chapter 11 The Proposal (play) MCQ Questions Class 10 English with solutions for all important topics in the chapter.
MCQ Questions Answers for Chapter 11 The Proposal (play) Class 10 English
Question. Why did Chubukov think it was a curse to be a father of a grown up daughter?
A) he had to go to call the man they had just shun out
B) he had to go to call the man who insulted them
C) he had to go call tthe man who shouted at them
D) All of the above
Question. Why was Lomov wearing his evening dress?
A) to pay New Year Eve’s visit
B) ask for his daughter’s hand in marriage
C) borrow money
D) borrow land
Question. What did Chubukov had to say about the land?
A) they were his
B) They were Lomov’s
C) they were still disputed
D) they belong to none of them
Question. What is Lomov’s side of justification about the land?
A) their land extended till Burnt Marsh
B) his grandmother always talked about it
C) his grandmother gave it to her great grandfather’s peasants
D) both 1 and 2
Question. Who does Chubukov call a “lovesick cat”?
C) his maid
Question. What defect does guess have?
B) old age
C) short in the muzzle
D) all of them
Question. Who is the writer of the play “The Proposal”?
A) Robert Frost
B) Anton Chekov
C) Carolyn Wells
D) Robin Klein
Question. What was the topic of the second arguement?
A) the land
B) the proposal
C) the dogs
Question. How did Natalya react when her father told Lomov was here to propose her?
A) she gets angry
B) she sends her father to get him
C) she’s amazed
D) both 2 and 3
Question. What do they argue about after holding each other’s hands?
C) marriage venue
D) the cuisine
Question. According to Lomov, what amount would be good enough for buying squeezer?
A) 60 Roubles
B) 35 Roubles
C) 25 Roubles
D) 40 Roubles
Question. Where do Lomov and Natalya get on the wrong foot?
A) While talking about the weather
B) While talking about their land
C) While talking about their family relations
D) While the proposal
Question. What is the name of Lomov’s dog?
Question. How are the Lomovs and Chubukovs related?
D) business associates
Question. Which land were they fighting about?
A) Oxen Meadows
C) Burnt Marsh
D) All of the above
Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:
“It’s cold… I’m trembling all over, just as if I’d got an examination before me. The great thing is, I must have my mind made up. If, I give myself time to think, to hesitate, to talk a lot, to look for an ideal, or for real love, then I’ll never get married. Brr… It’s cold!” Natalya Stepanovna is an excellent housekeeper, not bad-looking, well educated. What more do I want? But
I’m getting a noise in my ears from excitement.
Question. What is the speaker getting in his ears?
Question. Which of the following word is the synonym for ‘ideal’?
Question. According to the passage, which of the following is opposite in meaning of the word ‘trembling’? (Img 87)
(i) option 1
(ii) option 2
(iii) option 3
(iv) option 4
2. Don’t excite yourself, my precious one. Allow me. Your Guess certainly has his good points. He’s purebred, firm on his feet, has well-sprung ribs, and all that. But, my dear man, if you want to know the truth, that dog has two defects: he’s old and he’s short in the muzzle.
Question. What is the discussion going on about?
(i) whose dog is better
(ii) who owns the Oxen Meadows
(iii) who is better among the Vassilevitch and Stepanovitch
(iv) None of these
Question. What defects of Guess did Chubukov point out?
(i) he was old
(ii) he was short in the muzzle
(iii) he was overshot
(iv) both (i) and (ii)
Question. Who is being referred to here as the ‘precious one’?
(iv) None of these
Question. Who does the speaker think is better than Guess?
(iv) None of these
Question. What qualities are common in all three characters of the farce?
(iv) All of these
Read the extracts given below and answer the questions that follow:
Question. CHUBUKOV : [interrupting] My dear fellow… I’m so glad, and so onÉ Yes, indeed, and all that sort of thing. [Embraces and kisses Lomov] I’ve been hoping for it for a long time. It’s been my continual desire. [Sheds a tear] And I’ve always loved you, my angel, as if you were my own son.
(a) Who is Chubukov talking to? Why had the person come?
(b) What had Chubukov thought the guest had come for?
Ans. (a) Chubukov is talking to Lomov, a young man who had come to ask for his daughter’s hand in marriage. He had come all dressed up and Chubokov had been surprised why he had come dressed so formally.
(b) Chubukov is extremely happy about Lomov asking to marry his daughter Natalya. But, earlier he had thought that Lomov had come to ask for money from him and not had been thrilled about it.
Question. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow: “What are you talking about? Oxen Meadows are ours, not yours!” “No, mine, honoured Natalya Stepanovna.” “Well, I never knew that before. How do you make that out” “How? I’m speaking of those Oxen Meadows which are wedged in between your birchwoods and the Burnt Marsh.”
(a) Who is the speaker here?
(iv) none of these
Question. Choose the option that lists the set of statements that are NOT TRUE according to the given extract.
1. Natalya says Oxen meadows are theirs.
2. Lomov says Oxen meadows are theirs.
3. Chubokov owns oxen meadows.
4. Oxen meadows are the town’s property
5. Oxen meadows are wedged between Birchwoods and the Burnt.
6. both the speakers are arguing about Oxen meadows.
7. Natalya asks what the other person is speaking about?
(i) 2, 3, 5
(ii) 1, 2, 4
(iii) 5, 6, 7
(iv) 2, 3, 4
Question. ‘Ours’ in the passage refers to_________
(i) Natalya and her friends
(ii) Natalya and her relatives
(iii) Natalya and her neighbours
(iv) Natalya and her family
Question. Which of the following is a synonym for ‘wedged’?