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MCQ of Fire and Ice, Class 10, English

Multiple Choice Questions of Fire and Ice, Class 10, English

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Stanza 1

Some say the world will end in fire

Some say in ice.

From what I’ve tasted of desire

I hold with those who favour fire.

 

a) Name the poem

1) Dust of Snow

2) Fire and Ice

3) A Tiger in the Zoo

4) The Ball Poem

 

b) Who is the poet of Fire and Ice?
1) Adrienne Rich
2) Pablo Neruda
3) Robert Frost
4) Stephen Spender

c) Which literary device has been used in ‘I hold with those who favour fire’?
1) Simile
2) Assonance
3) Alliteration
4) Enjambment

d) How many predictions does the poet make for the ending of the world?
1) One
2) Two
3) Three
4) Four

e) What does ‘Fire’ symbolise according to the poet?
1) Desire
2) Avarice
3) Greed
4) All of these

f) What is the rhyme scheme of first stanza in Fire and Ice?
1) ABAB
2) ABAA
3) ABBA
4) ABBB

g) Which literary device has been used in ‘Some say the world will end in fire?
1) Imagery
2) Assonance
3) Alliteration
4) Enjambment

h) Which literary device has been used in the first two lines of Fire and Ice?
1) Assonance
2) Anaphora
3) Alliteration
4) Enjambment

Answers

  1. Fire and Ice
  2. Robert Frost
  3. Assonance
  4. Two
  5. All of these
  6. ABAA
  7. Imagery/Alliteration
  8. Anaphora

Stanza 2 of Fire and Ice

But if it had to perish twice,

I think I know enough of hate

To say that for destruction ice

Is also great And would suffice.

 

a) What does the word ‘Perish’ mean?
1) Expire
2) Pass away
3) Disappear
4) All of these

b) What does Ice symbolise in Fire and Ice according to the poet?
1) Love
2) Hatred
3) Well-being
4) None of these

c) Which literary device has been used in ‘But if it had to perish twice?
1) Simile
2) Personification
3) Alliteration
4) Enjambment

d) What does the word ‘Suffice’ mean?
1) To answer
2) To do 
3) To serve
4) All of these

e) By What is human ruled over according to the poet?
1) His emotions
2) His Boss
3) His extra marital affairs
4) All of these

f) What is the rhyme scheme of second stanza in Fire and Ice?
1) ABAB
2) ABAA
3) ABBA
4) ABBB

Answers

  1. All of these
  2. Hatred
  3. Personification
  4. All of these
  5. His emotions
  6. ABAA

 

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