Extract Based Questions of From the Diary of Anne Frank | Ch 4 | Class 10

Extract Based Questions of From the Diary of Anne Frank

MCQ of From the Diary of Anne Frank, Chapter 4, Class 10, English

 

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Extract 1

Writing in a diary is a really strange experience for someone like me. Not only because I’ve never written anything before, but also because it seems to me that later on neither I nor anyone else will be interested in the musings of a thirteen-year-old schoolgirl. Oh well, it doesn’t matter. I feel like writing, and I have an even greater need to get all kinds of things off my chest.

a) Name the chapter

1) A Letter to God

2) Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

3) Two Stories about Flying

4) From the Diary of Anne Frank

b) Who is the author of From the Diary of Anne Frank?
1) Ruskin Bond
2) Anne Frank
3) Liam O’ Flaherty
4) G.L. Fuentes

c) What did Anne Frank to do to take things off her chest?
1) She would sleep a lot
2) She would eat a lot
3) She would play a lot
4) None of these

d) What does the word ‘Musing’ mean?
1) Contemplation
2) Rigorous life
3) Vigorous life
4) None of these

Answers

a. From the Diary of Anne Frank b. Anne Frank c. None of these d. Contemplation

Extract 2

‘Paper has more patience than people.’ I thought of this saying on one of those days when I was feeling a little depressed and was sitting at home with my chin in my hands, bored and listless, wondering whether to stay in or go out. I finally stayed where I was, brooding: Yes, paper does have more patience, and since I’m not planning to let anyone else read this stiff-backed notebook grandly referred to as a ‘diary’, unless I should ever find a real friend, it probably won’t make a bit of difference.

a) Which literary device has been used in ‘Paper has more patience than people.’?
1) Simile
2) Oxymoron
3) Personification
4) Pun

b) Who is ‘I’ in the above lines?
1) Ruskin Bond
2) Anne Frank
3) Liam O’ Flaherty
4) G.L. Fuentes

c) What has been referred to best friend in this extract?
1) Book
2) Diary
3) Tablet
4) All of these

d) What does the adjective ‘Stiff-backed’ mean?
1) Bent
2) Straight
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2

Answers

a. From the Diary of Anne Frank b. Anne Frank c. None of these d. Contemplation

You may also read A Letter to God, Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Two Stories About FlyingThe Hundred Dresses Part 1, The Hundred Dresses Part 2 for better understanding the chapters.

Extract 3

I get along pretty well with all my teachers. There are nine of them, seven men and two women. Mr Keesing, the old fogey who teaches maths, was annoyed with me for ages because I talked so much. After several warnings, he assigned me extra homework. An essay on the subject, ‘A Chatterbox’. A chatterbox — what can you write about that? I’d worry about that later, I decided. I jotted down the title in my notebook, tucked it in my bag and tried to keep quiet.

a) What made Mr. Keesing annoyed with Anne Frank?
1) Her smile
2) Her laughter
3) Her talking too much
4) All of these

b) What does Anne mean by ‘I get along pretty well with my teachers.’?
1) That she hates her teacher
2) That her teachers make fun of her
3) That she maker fun of her teacher
4) That she shared a good relationship with them

c) What has been referred to best friend in this extract?
1) Book
2) Diary
3) Tablet
4) All of these

d) What does the adjective ‘Stiff-backed’ mean?
1) Bent
2) Straight
3) Both 1 and 2
4) Neither 1 nor 2

Answers

a. Her talking too much b. That she shared a good relationship with them c. Diary d. Straight

Extract 4

I wrote the three pages Mr Keesing had assigned me and was satisfied. I argued that talking is a student’s trait and that I would do my best to keep it under control, but that I would never be able to cure myself of the habit since my mother talked as much as I did if not more, and that there’s not much you can do about inherited traits.

a) Which subject did Mr. Keesing teach?
1) Science
2) Mathematics
3) Zoology
4) Environmental Science

b) On which subject Mr. Keesing gave an essay to Anne Frank?
1) A wooden Box
2) A chatterbox
3) A shutterbox
4) A shuttlebox

c) Where had Anne inherited habit of speaking too much from?
1) From her grandmother
2) From her mother
3) From her father
4) All of these

d) What does the adjective ‘Trait’ mean?
1) One’s disorder
2) One’s feature
3) One’s nature
4) All of these

Answers

a. Mathematics b. A chatterbox c. From her mother d. One’s feature

Extract 5

Mr Keesing had a good laugh at my arguments, but when I proceeded to talk my way through the next lesson, he assigned me a second essay. This time it was supposed to be on ‘An Incorrigible Chatterbox’. I handed it in, and Mr Keesing had nothing to complain about for two whole lessons. However, during the third lesson he’d finally had enough. “Anne Frank, as punishment for talking in class, write an essay entitled — ‘Quack, Quack, Quack, Said Mistress Chatterbox’.”

a) What does the word ‘Incorrigible’ mean?
1) That can be corrected
2) That can be repaired
3) That can’t be corrected
4) None of these

b) Which literary device has been used in ‘Quack, Quack, Quack, Said Mistress Chatterbox’?
1) Repetition
2) Oxymoron
3) Personification
4) Pun

c) On which topic was the second essay suppossed to be?
1) Chatterbox
2) Incorrigible Chatterbox
3) Corrigible Chatterbox
4) None of these

d) What kind of person was Mr. Keesing?
1) Monotonous
2) Lively 
3) Disheartened
4) All of these

Answers

a. That can’t be corrected b. Repetition c. Incorrigible Chatterbox d. Lively 

Extract 6

It was about a mother duck and a father swan with three baby ducklings who were bitten to death by the father because they quacked too much. Luckily, Mr Keesing took the joke the right way. He read the poem to the class, adding his own comments, and to several other classes as well. Since then I’ve been allowed to talk and haven’t been assigned any extra homework.

a) What had Anne Frank written with the help of her friend?
1) An essay
2) A poem
3) A prose
4) A drama

b) Who helped Anne in composing that poem?
1) Sanny
2) Sanne
3) Sanney
4) Sunny

c) How did Mr. Keesing react to the poem written by Anne with the help of her friend?
1) He got furious
2) He started trembling
3) He started making fun of Anne in order to humiliate her due to her poor poem
4) He appreciated her 

d) What happened to baby ducklings in the poem?
1) They were beaten to death
2) They were eathen away by their father
3) They were beaten harsly by their father
4) None of these

Answers

a. A poem b. Sanne c. He appreciated her  d. None of these

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