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From the Diary of Anne Frank Class 10 MCQ Questions with Answers
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Read the following extracts carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct option.
Our entire class is quaking in its boots. The reason, of course, is the forthcoming meeting in which the teachers decide who’ll be kept back. Half the class is making bets.
Question. Why was the entire class quacking in its boots?
a. Because they were about to be judged for promotion to the next class
b. Because Mr. Keesing was pretty strict
c. Because exams were close
d. Because there was a parents’ and teacher’s meeting
Question. What opinion did Anne have about her classmates?
a. That girls were better in studies than boys
b. That most of them were dumb
c. Both a. and b.
d. Neither a. nor b.
Question. What were Anne’s classmates betting for?
a. That who would be promoted to the next class
b. That who was to be ranked first
c. That who was to be held back
d. That who was to be suspended
Question. Choose an adjective that describes Mr Keesing.
Question. What kind of a student was Anne?
Answer the following questions by choosing the correct option.
Question. What does Anne mean by ‘dummies’?
a. Mediocre students
b. Average students
c. Intelligent students
d. Star students
Question. Who was Mrs Kuperus?
a. Anne’s friend
b. Anne’s class teacher
c. Anne’s headmistress
d. None of these
Question. How does Anne want to begin her diary?
a. By writing her name.
b. By giving an introduction.
c. By writing about her hobby.
d. None of these
Question. What kind of teacher was Mr Keesing?
Question. How did Anne feel when she was punished the third time by Mr Keesing?
a. She was happy as she had to write three essays on the same topic.
b. She enjoyed making fun of Mr Keesing in her own way.
c. She was worried as she had run out of original ideas for her essay.
d. She was thrilled at another opportunity to showcase her writing abilities.
Question. Anne argued that talking is:
a. a student’s right.
b. a student’s habit.
c. a student’s trait.
d. a student’s food.
Question. Anne started her education at the:
a. Montessori nursery school.
b. middle school.
c. primary school.
d. secondary school.
Question. Mr Keesing was annoyed with Anne because:
a. he didn’t like her.
b. she was very naughty.
c. she was very arrogant.
d. she talked so much.
Question. Why are teachers the most unpredictable creatures?
a. Their decisions are well-known.
b. Their decisions are certain .
c. Their decisions are uncertain.
d. Everybody can guess what they think.
Question.Why was Anne unable to get closer to her already existing friends?
a. She didn’t like her friends.
b. Her friends were not understanding.
c. She couldn’t bring herself to talk about personal stuff.
d. All of these
Question. What does ‘had a good laugh’ imply, in the context of Mr Keesing?
a. Mr Keesing celebrated his ability to make Anne write the essay.
b. Mr Keesing ridiculed Anne in front of the whole class.
c. Mr Keesing pulled up Anne for her arguments in the essay.
d. Mr Keesing realised the humour in it and was amused.
Question. What was topic of the essay written by Anne?
a. My Diary
b. A Chatterbox
c. A letterbox
d. None of these
Question. Why was Anne’s habit of talking an inherited trait?
a. She had learnt it from her mother.
b. She had read it in some book.
c. She had learnt it in the class.
d. All of these
1. Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:
I finished my poem, and it was beautiful! It was about a mother duck and a father swan with three baby ducklings who were bitten to death by the father because they quacked too much. Luckily, Mr. Keesing took the joke the right way. He read the poem to the class, adding his own comments, and to several other classes as well.
(a) Who is ‘I’ in the above extract?
d. Mr. Keesing
(b) Choose the option that lists the set of statements that are NOT TRUE according to the given extract.
1. I could not finish my poem.
2. it was beautiful.
3. mother duck was bitten.
4. father swan bit the ducklings.
5. they did not quack.
6. they quacked too much.
7. Mr. Keesing could not read the poem.
a. 1, 3, 7
b. 2, 3, 6
c. 4, 5, 6
d. 3, 4, 5
(c ) Pick the option that correctly classifies fact/s(F) and myths(M) of the students below.
a. F-1 and 3 M- 2 and 4
b. F-1 and 2 M- 3 and 4
c. F- 1and 4 M- 2 and 3
d. F-3 and 4 M-1 and 2
(d) The antonym of ‘ugly’ as given in the extract is_________.
(e) What did Mr. Keesing add to the poem while reading it?
a. another poem
b. a story
c. a picture
d. his comments
2. However, during the third lesson he’d finally had enough. “Anne Frank, as punishment for talking in class, write an essay entitled ‘Quack, Quack, Quack, said Mistress Chatterbox’.”
The class roared. I had to laugh too, though I’d nearly exhausted my ingenuity on the topic of chatterboxes. It was time to come up with the essay from the beginning to end in verse and I jumped for joy. Mr. Keesing was trying to play a joke on me with this ridiculous subject, but I’d make sure the joke was on him.
(a) Why did her teacher always get annoyed with her?
a. because she was a dumb child.
b. because she was naughty.
c. because she talked too much in the class
d. because she laughed too much in the class
(b) What does Anne write in her first essay?
a. that talking is a student’s trait.
b. that a student shouldn’t talk
c. that a student shouldn’t study
d. none of these
(c ) What do you mean by the phrase ‘the class roared’?
a. the students of the class shouted
b. the students of the class laughed
c. the students of the class screamed
d. none of these
(d) Ingenuity means:
d. none of these
(e) Mr. Keesing thought Anne to be a _____________.
a. dumb girl
b. clever girl
c. lazy girl
3. Let me put it more clearly since no one will believe that a thirteen-year-old girl is completely alone in the world. And I’m not. I have loving parents and a sixteen-year old sister, and there are about thirty people I can call friends. I have a family, loving aunts and a good home.
No, on the surface I seem to have everything, except my one true friend. All I think about when I’m with friends is having a good time. I can’t bring myself to talk about anything but ordinary everyday things. We don’t seem to be able to get any closer, and that’s the problem.
Maybe it’s my fault that we don’t confide in each other.
In any case, that’s just how things are, and unfortunately, they’re not liable to change. This is why I’ve started the diary.
(a) Anne Frank was an extremely sensitive and observant young lady. Yet, in this passage, she expresses some fears about herself. What are those fears?
(b) How did her journal help her cope with this fear?
Answer : (a) Anne Frank was surrounded by loving people, parents, sister, friends and aunts yet she felt alone and unable to confide in anyone. This is the fear that she is talking about in this passage.
(b) Her diary helped Anne immensely as it became a way for her to cope and express herself freely.
4. That evening, after I’d finished the rest of my homework, the note about the essay caught my eye. I began thinking about the subject while chewing the tip of my fountain pen. Anyone could ramble on and leave big spaces between the words, but the trick was to come up with convincing arguments to prove the necessity of talking. I thought and thought, and suddenly I had an idea. I wrote the three pages Mr Keesing had assigned me and was satisfied. I argued that talking is a student’s trait and that I would do my best to keep it under control, but that I would never be able to cure myself of the habit since my mother talked as much as I did if not more, and that there’s not much you can do about inherited traits.
(a) What should characterise an essay, according to Anne Frank?
(b) Do you think Anne is a studious child?
Answer : (a) Anne Frank feels that essays should be full of convincing arguments and make a strong point instead of just filling in words with loads of space between them.
(b) Yes. She was very specific about what she wanted to write in the essay. She also was diligently completing the work given to her and trying to make it funnier.
5. I’m not so worried about my girlfriends and myself.
We’ll make it. The only subject I’m not sure about is maths. Anyway, all we can do is wait. Until then, we keep telling each other not to lose heart.
(a) What is she not worried about?
(b) The entire class was quaking in their boots. Why did Anne write this earlier in the passage?
(c) What idea do you get about Anne’s maturity from this passage?
Answer : (a) Anne is not worried about her friends failing in the class. She knows they would be able to sail through the examinations and the results.
(b) The entire class was frightened because their results were soon going to be announced.
(c) Anne was a mature girl. She knew her friends would have done well and she did not waste her time worrying about the results. She and her friends also consoled each other a lot.
6. He read the poem to the class, adding his own comments, and to several other classes as well. Since then I’ve been allowed to talk and haven’t been assigned any extra homework. On the contrary, Mr Keesing’s always making jokes these days.
(a) Which poem did Mr Keesing read to the class? Why was Anne being assigned extra homework?
(b) How did Anne turn the events around to her advantage?
Answer : (a) Mr. Keesing read Anne’s poem to class where she had written about a duck, a swan and their ducklings. Anne was being assigned extra work because she had the habit of talking a lot in the class.
(b) Anne had the gift of the gab and thus was able to write funny essays and poems that tickled the humorous side of her teacher.