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The Hundred Dresses 2 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.
“I think that’s where the Petronskis live,” said Maddie, pointing to a little white house.
Wisps of old grass stuck up here and there along the pathway like thin kittens. The house and its sparse little yard looked shabby but clean. It reminded Maddie of Wanda’s one dress, her faded blue cotton dress, shabby but clean.There was not a sign of life about the house. Peggy knocked firmly on the door, but there was no answer. She and Maddie went around to the backyard and knocked there.Still, there was no answer.There was no doubt about it. The Petronskis were gone. How could they ever make amends? They turned slowly and made their way back down the hill.
Question. How did Wanda’s house look?
a. Shabby but clean
b. Too small for a family
Question. What did Wanda’s house remind Maddie of?
a. Beautiful bungalows
b. Wanda’s faded blue cotton dress
c. Wanda’s muddy feet
d. Her own house
Question. Why did Maddie and Peggy go to Wanda’s house?
a. To apologise to her
b. To say goodbye
c. To tell her they liked her
d. To congratulate her on winning the competition
Question. How is Wanda’s house described?
a. As little
b. As shabby but clean
c. As white
d. All of these
Question. Which word means the same as ‘compensate’?
Answer the following questions by choosing the correct option.
Question. What were Maddie and Peggy sure of?
a. Wanda had left town.
b. Wanda must have liked their taunts.
c. Wanda would always remember them.
d. Wanda must have actually liked them.
Question. What made Maddie change her thought about Wanda?
a. Wanda’s reality
b. Peggy’s help
c. Her own behaviour
d. Miss Mason’s strictness
Question. What was the tone of Wanda’s reply?
Question. Peggy believed that Wanda’s answering the letter meant that:
a. everything was wrong.
b. everything was right between them.
c. something was wrong between them.
d. something had changed between them.
Question. What did Maddie realise at the end? Maddie realised that:
a. Wanda was smart.
b. Wanda’s drawings were beautiful.
c. Wanda might not have left the town.
d. All of these.
Question. “Well, at least,” said Peggy gruffly, “I never did call her a foreigner or make fun of her name”. What characteristic is displayed by Peggy when she says so?
Question. What did Maddie and Peggy write in the letter?
a. An apology
b. About Wanda’s drawings and that she won.
c. They asked Wanda about the new city.
d. Both b. and c.
Question. What was Maddie’s reaction on receiving the drawing?
Question. “I never thought she had the sense to know we were making fun of her anyway.” Peggy was:
a. in dilemma.
b. in confusion.
d. in delusion.
Question. Why did Maddie and Peggy want Wanda to stay in the town?
a. They liked Wanda’s friendship.
b. They were impressed by Wanda’s designs.
c. They were impressed by Wanda’s character.
d. They had already visited Wanda’s house.
Question. What were Maddie’s thoughts as they go to Boggins Heights?
a. Tell Wanda nobody would make fun of her name.
b. Tell that Wanda’s nature was very rude.
c. Tell that Wanda was ugly
d. None of the above
Question. Maddie wanted to tell Wanda that they were:
a. sorry for their behaviour.
b. ready to forgive her.
c. ready to make friendship with her.
d. ready to help her.
Question. What did Mr Petronski’s letter say?
a. His daughter would not come to school anymore.
b. To appreciate the school.
c. Regarding poor performance of his child.
d. None of the above
Question. “So Peggy had had the same idea!” What idea did both of them have?
a. Calling Wanda back to their school.
b. Apologizing to Wanda.
c. Requesting Wanda not to leave the town.
d. Making some more fun of Wanda.
Question. After thinking so much and so deeply, Maddie came to a conclusion that:
a. she would not interfere in Peggy’s acts.
b. she would always stand against wrongs.
c. she would not live with Peggy any longer.
d. she would apologise to Wanda.