Extract Based Questions of The Hundred Dresses Part 2 | Ch-6 | Class 10 |

Extract Based Questions of The Hundred Dresses Part 2 | Chapter 6 | Class 10 |

MCQ of The Hundred Dresses Part 2, Chapter 6, Class 10, English

 

After going through the MCQs of A Triumph of Surgery, The Thief’s Story, Footprints Without Feet from the First book and A Letter to God, Nelson Mandela, Two Stories about Flying, From the Diary of Anne Frank, The Hundred Dresses Part 1 and Dust of Snow, Fire and Ice, A Tiger in the Zoo and The Ball from the Second book, it’s the time to have a look at the MCQs of another chapter. These MCQs have been created keeping the upcoming MCQ-Based pattern in mind. Students are advised to go through them carefully for better understanding of the chapter.

We would love to see you scoring higher after reading the MCQ of Grammar, MCQ of Notice Writing, MCQ of Letter to the Editor, MCQ of Classified Advertisement, MCQ of Article Writing, MCQ of Business Letters. Besides, reading them will clear all your doubts about what kind of questions will be put up in the upcoming exams.

Extract 1

Dear Teacher: My Wanda will not come to your school any more. Jake also. Now we move away to big city. No more holler ‘Pollack’. No more ask why funny name. Plenty of funny names in the big city.

A deep silence met the reading of this letter. Miss Mason took off her glasses, blew on them and wiped them on her soft white handkerchief. Then she put them on again and looked at the class. When she spoke her voice was very low.

a) Name the chapter

1) A Letter to God

2) Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

3) Two Stories about Flying

4) The Hundred Dresses II

b) Who is the author of The Hundred Dresses II?
1) El Bsor Ester
2) Eleanor Estes
3) Liam O’ Flaherty
4) G.L. Fuentes

c) Who had written that letter to Wanda’s teacher?
1) Wanda’s mother
2) Wanda’s father
3) Wanda’s sister
4) Wanda’s brother

d) What made Wanda leave her school?
1) Due to stringent punishment given by her teachers
2) Due to being ridiculed by her classmates
3) Due to her inability to pay her fee
4) Due to her not completing the work

Answers

a. The Hundred Dresses II b. El Bsor Ester c. Wanda’s father d. Due to being ridiculed by her classmates

You may also read A Letter to God, Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, Two Stories About Flying, From the Diary of Anne Frank, The Hundred Dresses Part 1, for better understanding the chapters.

Extract 2

The first period was a study period. Maddie tried to prepare her lessons, but she could not put her mind on her work. She had a very sick feeling in the bottom of her stomach. True, she had not enjoyed listening to Peggy ask Wanda how many dresses she had in her closet, but she had said nothing. She had stood by silently, and that was just as bad as what Peggy had done. Worse. She was a coward. At least Peggy hadn’t considered they were being mean but she, Maddie, had thought they were doing wrong. She could put herself in Wanda’s shoes.

a) Why was Maddie feeling sick in her stomach?
1) For Peggy had left the school
2) For Wanda had left the school
3) For her teacher had left the school
4) For her father had left the job

b) Who has been called ‘Coward’ in this extract?
1) Maddie
2) Peggy
3) Wanda
4) Miss Mason

c) What does the phrase ‘Put herself in someone’s shoes’ mean?
1) To apologise
2) To feel as same as the other does
3) To rejoice
4) To humiliate 

d) What was the name of their teacher?
1) Mr. Keesing
2) Miss Mason
3) Miss Mebin
4) Mrs. Packletide

Answers

a. For Wanda had left the school b. Peggy c. To feel as same as the other does d. Miss Mason

Extract 3

The two girls hurried out of the building, up the street toward Boggins Heights, the part of town that wore such a forbidding air on this kind of a November afternoon, drizzly, damp and dismal. “Well, at least,” said Peggy gruffly, “I never did call her a foreigner or make fun of her name. I never thought she had the sense to know we were making fun of her anyway. I thought she was too dumb. And gee, look how she can draw!”

a) Who are the two girls in the first line?
1) Wanda and Maddie
2) Wanda and Peggy
3) Peggy and Maddie
4) None of these

b) In which surroundings did Wanda put up in her locality?
1) Dismal
2) Damp
3) Drizzly
4) All of these

c) Which literary device has been used in ‘Drizzly, damp and dismal’?
1) Personification
2) Oxymoron
3) Antithesis
4) Alliteration

d) What does the word ‘Dumb’ mean?
1) Mute
2) Stupid
3) Slow
4) All of these

Answers

a. Peggy and Maddie b. All of these c. Alliteration d. All of these

Extract 4

Days passed and there was no answer, but the letter did not come back, so maybe Wanda had received it. Perhaps she was so hurt and angry she was not going to answer. You could not blame her. Weeks went by and still Wanda did not answer. Peggy had begun to forget the whole business, and Maddie put herself to sleep at night making speeches about Wanda, defending her from great crowds of girls who were trying to tease her with, “How many dresses have you got?”

a) Why was Wanda not replying according to them?
1) Because she wanted to enjoy in the new city
2) Because she wanted to join the school again
3) Because she was hurt and angry
4) Because she was busy in knitting new dresses

b) How did the girls tease Wanda?
1) Misnaming her
2) Pulling her braids
3) Asking her ‘How many dresses she has got’
4) Telling her ‘How many dresses she has got’

c) Who of the following was sympathetic towards Wanda?
1) Maddie
2) Miss Mason
3) Peggy
4) Both 1 and 2

d) What kind of dresses did Wanda have?
1) Real dresses
2) Drawings of dresses
3) Designer dresses
4) None of these

Answers

a. Because she was hurt and angry b. Asking her ‘How many dresses she has got’ c. Both 1 and 2 d. Drawings of dresses

Extract 5

How are you and Room Thirteen? Please tell the girls they can keep those hundred dresses, because in my new house I have a hundred new ones, all lined up in my closet. I’d like that girl Peggy to have the drawing of the green dress with the red trimming, and her friend Maddie to have the blue one. For Christmas, I miss that school and my new teacher does not equalise with you. Merry Christmas to you and everybody.

a) Who is the speaker of the first line?
1) Maddie
2) Peggy
3) Wanda
4) Miss Mason

b) What is the tone of the speaker in the above lines?
1) Humiliating
2) Regretting
3) Refraining
4) None of these

c) Which colour dress did Wanda want Maddie to keep?
1) Red
2) Green
3) Blue
4) Pink

d) What view did Wanda have about her former school?
1) She loathed her school
2) She missed her school
3) She hated her school
4) All of these

Answers

a. Wanda b. None of these c. Blue d. She missed her school

Extract 6

Tears blurred her eyes and she gazed for a long time at the picture. Then hastily she rubbed her eyes and studied it intently. The colours in the dress were so vivid that she had scarcely noticed the face and head of the drawing. But it looked like her, Maddie! It really looked like her own mouth. Why it really looked like her own self! Wanda had really drawn this for her. Excitedly, she ran over to Peggy’s.

a) Who is the she in the first line?
1) Maddie
2) Peggy
3) Wanda
4) Miss Mason

b) Which literary device has been used in ‘It looked like her’?
1) Personification
2) Oxymoron
3) Simile
4) Alliteration

c) What does the adverb ‘Intently’ mean?
1) Recklessly
2) Carelessly
3) Arduously
4) None of these

d) Whose face did Wanda’s drawing to Maddie resemble?
1) Maddie
2) Peggy
3) Wanda
4) Miss Mason

Answers

a. Maddie b. Simile c. Arduously d. Maddie

 

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