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THE LAST LESSON
I started for school very late that morning and was in great dread of a
scolding, especially because M. Hamel had said that he would question us
on participles, and I did not know the first word about them . For a moment,
I thought of running away and spending the day out of doors.It was so
warm, so bright!
i) Who is the speaker of these lines?
Who is the ‘ I ‘ referred to in the above passage?
a) Franz (b) the mayor
(c) the blacksmith (d) the postmaster
ii) Who was Mr hamel?
(a) Principal (b) French teacher
(c) Village sarpanch (d)Franz’s father
iii) Why was Franze in great dread?
(a)He had not prepared for his grammar lesson.
(b) He had bunk the class the previous day.
(c)He had not brought his notebook.
(d) None of these
iv) What did Franz think for a moment?
(a)Teaching a lesson to his teacher
(b) Thanking the principal.
(c) Bunking the class (d) joining the civil movement
Joining the civil movement.
(v) What was Franz expected to be prepared with?
(a)Tenses (b) Participles
(c) Poem (d) Preposition
(vi) Which one is not similar word of ‘scolding’
(c) Rebuke (d) Reproach
(vii) Antonyms for dread is
(a)Creepy (b) Awful
(c ) Horrible (d) pleasant
(viii) What is narrator running away from?
(a)Town (b) Home
(c) School (d) France
(ix) Why is he doing so?
(a)He is not interested in study
(b)He is late
(c) He is not in uniform
(d)None of these
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