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Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Class 10 MCQ Questions with Answers
Please see below Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Class 10 English MCQ Questions, solve the questions and compare your answers with the solutions provided below.
Answer the following questions by choosing the correct option.
Question. According to Mandela, the brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who:
a. conquers that fear.
b. withstands that fear.
c. runs away from that fear.
d. is ready to face that fear.
Question. How were the black people treated in South Africa earlier?
a. as respectable citizens
b. as high class citizens
c. as privileged class citizens
d. as the class of people out of the main stream
Question. Why do you think Mandela mentions some freedoms as ‘transitory’?
a. The freedoms are momentary and keep changing with time.
b. The definition of freedom is constant but perspectives differ.
c. Freedom means different things to different people.
d. Freedom is not that important after a certain age.
Question. According to Mandela, the people of South Africa are:
a. the greatest burden.
b. mere expenses.
c. the greatest wealth.
d. useless manpower.
Question. Who had erected the system of racial domination in South Africa?
a. The Blacks
b. The Whites
Question. The ceremony took place in a building made of:
Question. What had the Union Building in Pretoria been seat of for decades?
a. Democratic government
b. White supremacy
c. Non-racial supremacy
d. Black supremacy
Question. The Anglo-Boer war was fought:
a. in the last decade of the 20th century.
b. in the first decade of the 20th century.
c. in the middle of the 20th century.
d. only a few decades ago.
Question. What did men like Oliver Tambos and Walter Sisulus possess?
d. All of these
Question. The apartheid regime was based on:
a. mutual hatred.
b. mutual trust.
c. mutual cooperation.
d. racial discrimination.
Read the following extracts carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct option.
It was this desire for the freedom of my people to live their lives with dignity and selfrespect that animated my life, that transformed a frightened young man into a bold one, that drove a law-abiding attorney to become a criminal, that turned a family-loving husband into a man without a home, that forced a life-loving man to live like a monk.
Question. How did ‘he’ become a criminal?
a. By fighting for his people’s freedom which was illegal under the apartheid system
b. By leaking sensitive information
c. By involving in a scam
d. By involving in violence against police
Question. Mandela was transformed from a:
a. frightened man to a bold man
b. law abiding attorney to a criminal
c. life-loving man to the one who lives like a monk
d. all of these
Question. Which desire transformed Mandela into a criminal?
a. The desire to travel freely
b. The desire to become rich
c. The desire for freedom for all
d. None of these
Question. Which of the following did Mandela want for his people?
d. All of these
Question. Which word means the same as ‘being worthy of honour or respect’?