Please refer to MCQ Questions Chapter 8 Silk Road Class 11 English with answers provided below. These multiple-choice questions have been developed based on the latest NCERT book for class 11 English issued for the current academic year. We have provided MCQ Questions for Class 11 English for all chapters on our website. Students should learn the objective based questions for Chapter 8 Silk Road in Class 11 English provided below to get more marks in exams.
Chapter 8 Silk Road MCQ Questions
Please refer to the following Chapter 8 Silk Road MCQ Questions Class 11 English with solutions for all important topics in the chapter.
MCQ Questions Answers for Chapter 8 Silk Road Class 11 English
Question. Select the option that can be used to describe a Tibetan Mastiff.
(i) Ferocious (ii) Alert
(iii) Friendly (iv) Goofy
(a) (i) and (ii)
(b) (iii) and (iv)
(c) (iv) and (v)
(d) (i) and (v)
Question. What is the chapter ‘Silk Road’ about?
(a) About the author’s journey to complete the kora
(b) About the author’s journey to Ravu
(c) About the author’s journey to Kashmir
(d) None of the above
Question. Selects the statement(s) that justify(s) the title of the chapter ‘Silk Road’.
I. Silk is the lake’s name that the author crosses.
II. The author explored the old silk route which was one of the historical routes for trade.
III. The author enjoyed buying silk for his wife.
IV. The author sees the creation of the silk cloth on his entire journey.
(a) II and IV
(b) Only II
(c) I and III
(d) Only IV
Question. Select the suitable option for the given statements, based on your reading of ‘Silk Road’.
(i) The author looks at the passing landscape with childlike curiosity and excitement.
(ii) The author has not expected the landscape to be so beautiful yet grim.
(a) Both (i) and (ii) can be inferred
(b) Both (i) and (ii) cannot be inferred
(c) (i) can be inferred but (ii) cannot be inferred
(d) (i) cannot be inferred but (ii) can be inferred
Question. Why did the driver stop the car at a sharp turn?
(a) He was tired and wanted to rest
(b) Because the author was feeling sick
(c) As the car’s tyre got punctured
(d) As a long track of snow was in front of them
Question. Why is Mount Kailash important for the author’s long journey in the mountains?
(a) To show his essential display in Buddhist beliefs
(b) To show his friends that he is adventurous
(c) To meet a friend that lived in the mountains
(d) None of the above
Question. Classify (1) to (4) as Fact (F) or Opinion (O), based on your reading of Silk Road.
1. The author had expected Hor to be a beautiful and spiritual place.
2. The lack of pilgrims made the place look so lonely and miserable.
3. The description he had read about the place also led to his dissatisfaction.
4. Hor was located on a draughted land where the only respite was the lake.
(a) F-1,4; O-2, 3
(b) F-2, 3; O-1, 4
(c) F-2; O-1, 3, 4
(d) F-3, 4; O-1, 2
Question. What happened when they reached Darchen at night to stay in the Guest House?
(a) The author slept well
(b) Tsetan went missing
(c) The author was sad
(d) The author wasn’t able to breathe properly
Question. “As a Buddhist, he told me, he knew that it didn’t really matter if I passed away, but he thought it would be bad for business.” Select the option that explains it.
(a) Tsetan’s beliefs and business are in contradiction to each other.
(b) Tsetan had become deeply attached to the author.
(c) Tsetan did not believe that it was wrong to die in pilgrimage.
(d) Tsetan as a hospitable man cannot let a guest die under his supervision.
Question. Why was meeting Norbu a relief for the author?
(a) Because he finally found some company
(b) Because Norbu could play with him
(c) Because Norbu was a lost friend of his
(d) The author was not relieved to meet Norbu
Question. What is the tone employed by the author in the chapter?
Question. What is meant by ‘kora’?
(a) Yoga Aasana
(c) Name of a small town
(d) Meditation performed by Buddhist believers
Question. What does Lhamo’s act of giving the coat made of sheepskin reflect on her?
(a) She was charitable
(b) She was native
(c) She was wasteful
(d) She cared for the author
Question. Why was Hor an ugly and miserable place?
(a) It had no modern markets
(b) It had no vegetation or people
(c) It didn’t had any proper medical facilities
(d) It had no place to live
Question. ‘The slope was steep and studded with major rocks, but somehow Tsetan negotiated them, his four-wheel drive vehicle lurching from one obstacle to the next.
The given line shows that …………… .
(a) the journey to do the Kora was not easy
(b) the time chosen by the author to do the Kora was not correct
(c) Tsetan was an expert driver who knew how to journey through the roads
(d) Tsetan was bound to damage his vehicle in driving his car in such rough patches.