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Class 12th English chapter – 10-INDIA THROUGH A TRAVELLERS EYE All objective question ।। 12th English-100 marks objective question with answer-

Class 12th English chapter – 10-INDIA THROUGH A TRAVELLERS EYE All objective question ।। 12th English-100 marks objective question with answer

 

  • chapter – 10-INDIA THROUGH A TRAVELLERS EYE

[ 1 ] ‘India Through a Traveller’s Eyes’ has been written by-

(A) Shiga Naoya
(B) Pearl S. Buck
(C) Anton Chekhov
(D) Germaine Greer

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 2 ] Pearl S. Buck has written the lesson –

(A) A Child is Born
(B) The Artist
(C) India Through a Traveller’s Eyes
(D) I Have a Dream

 

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 3 ] ‘Indian Through a Traveller’s Eyes’ is an inspiring–

(A) drama
(B) story
(C) novel
(D) essay

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 4 ] Pearl S. Buck is an ……… writer.

(A) American
(B) Indian
(C) Iranian
(D) African

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 5.] ………. bas praised Indian poeple and their life.

(A) Shiga Naoya
(B) H.E. Bates
(C) Pearl S. Buck
(D) Bertrand Russell Ans

Answer ⇒ (C)

india through a traveller’s eye objective question answer class-12
[ 6 ] Our food was served on fresh green ………….. leaves instead plates.

(A) peepal
(B) banana
(C) mango
(D) banyan

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 7 ] From boyhood the Indian woodwou are taught that the right hand is for clean services.

(A) young
(B) boys
(C) people
(D) children

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 8 ] Indian peasants are poorer than their …………..counterparts.

(A) Pakistani
(B) Chinese
(C) Srilanka
(D) Russian

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 9 ] I was called to kill a dangerous —

(A) dog
(B) tiger
(C) snake
(D) cat

Answer ⇒ (A)

[ 10 ] …………. advised the Indians not to blame the Britishers for everything.

(A) Mahatma Gandhi
(B) Shiga Naoya
(C) Pearl S. Buck
(D) H.E. Bates

Answer ⇒ (C)

Class 12th ,English chapter – 10-INDIA THROUGH A TRAVELLERS EYE All objective question , 12th English-100 marks objective question with answer

[ 11 ] She taught in-

(A) an Indian University
(B) an American University
(C) a Chinese University
(D) None of these

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 12 ] She won the Nobel Prize in-

(A) 1928
(B) 1938
(C) 1948
(D) 1958

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 13 ] Buck’s family doctor was the

(A) English
(B) Indian
(C) American
(D) Chinese

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 14 ] Gandhi’s hold was upon

(A) intellectuals
(B) peasants
(C) both
(D) None of these

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 15 ] The Mongolian from Europen invaded.

(A) Bergal
(B) Delhi
(C) Punjab
(D) Kashmir

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 16 ] The first woman President of the General Assembiy of the United State was the –

(A) Japanese
(B) American
(C) Chinese
(D) Indian

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 17] Pearl S. Buck was born in-

(A) 1882
(B) 1862
(C) 1892
(D) 1872

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 18 ] By birth she was –

(A) American
(B) Chinese
(C) Japanese
(D) Indian

Answer ⇒ (A)

[ 19 ] She was reared in –

(A) Germany
(B) England
(C) China
(D) India

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 20] She was reared by her-

(A) grand-mother
(B) uncle
(C) aunt
(D) missionary parents

Answer ⇒ (D)
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[ 21 ] Religion is ever present in vc life.

(A) American
(B) Chinese
(C) Indian
(D) Russian

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 22 ] The land between Bombay and …… sannss. famished.

(A) Kolkata
(B) Madras
(C) Delhi
(D) Bangaluru

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 23] The people of …moovoucavo Inust be rechoned as belonging to the caucasian race.

(A) America
(B) China
(C) India
(D) Canada

Answer ⇒ (C)

[ 24 ] ‘Indian Through a Traveller’s Eyes’ is an inspiring–

(A) drama
(B) story
(C) novel
(D) essay

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 25 ] Pearl S. Buck is an ……… writer.

(A) American
(B) Indian
(C) Iranian
(D) African

Answer ⇒ (B)

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[ 26] The young Indian intellectuals were disappointed with the –

(A) English
(B) American
(C) Chinese
(D) Japanese

Answer ⇒ (A)

[ 27 ] Indians, under the British rule, had a life-span of just –

(A) thirty years
(B) thirty-five years
(C) forty years
(D) twenty-seven years

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 28 ] For all the ills of India, the writer blames-

(A) Indians
(B) the English rule
(C) both
(D) None of these

Answer ⇒ (B)

[ 29 ] The writer visiting an Indian family felt –

(A) happiness
(B) sorrow
(C) disgust
(D) None of these

Answer ⇒ (A)

[ 30 ] The book ‘Come, My Beloved’ has the-

(A) English background
(B) Chinese background
(C) American background
(D) Indian background

Answer ⇒ (D)

[ 31 ] ……….. Visited India to see and listen to two groups of people.

(A) Germaine Greer
(B) Bertrant Russel
(C) Anton Chekhov
(D) Pearl S. Buck

Answer ⇒ (D)

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