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15 Questions MCQ Test English Honeycomb Class 7 | Test: Quality- 1


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QUESTION: 1

Why was the author disturbed?

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QUESTION: 2

Prove that Mr. Gessler was not an Englishman?

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QUESTION: 3

The two Gessler brothers believed:

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QUESTION: 4

What happened to Mr. Gessler?

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QUESTION: 5

Where did Mr. Gesaler live?

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QUESTION: 6

Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:

“Ah!” he said, “poor old man starved himself. Slow starvation, the doctor called it! You see he went to work in such a way! Would keep the shop on; wouldn’t have a soul touch his boots except himself. When he got an order, it took him such a time. People won’t wait. He lost everybody. And there he’d sit, going on and on. I will say that for him—not a man in London made a better boot. But look at the competition! He never advertised! Would have the best leather too, and do it all himself. Well, there it is. What could you expect with his ideas?”

Q. Who is ‘he’ is the above lines?

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QUESTION: 7

Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:

“Ah!” he said, “poor old man starved himself. Slow starvation, the doctor called it! You see he went to work in such a way! Would keep the shop on; wouldn’t have a soul touch his boots except himself. When he got an order, it took him such a time. People won’t wait. He lost everybody. And there he’d sit, going on and on. I will say that for him—not a man in London made a better boot. But look at the competition! He never advertised! Would have the best leather too, and do it all himself. Well, there it is. What could you expect with his ideas?”

Q. What had happened to Mr. Gessler?

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QUESTION: 8

The author was turned out to be

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QUESTION: 9

The author visited the boot-shop:

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QUESTION: 10

What material Mr. Gessler used to make the boots?

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QUESTION: 11

What has caused the slow business for shoe maker?

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QUESTION: 12

Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:

“Yes,” he answered, “he was a good man, he made a good book. But he is dead.” And he touched the top of his head, where the hair had suddenly gone as thin as it had been on that of his poor brother, to indicate. I suppose, the cause of his death. “Do you wand any books?” And he held up the leather in his hand. “Id’s a beautiful piece.”

Q. Name the lesson.

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QUESTION: 13

Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Tick the correct answer from the given alternatives:

“Yes,” he answered, “he was a good man, he made a good book. But he is dead.” And he touched the top of his head, where the hair had suddenly gone as thin as it had been on that of his poor brother, to indicate. I suppose, the cause of his death. “Do you wand any books?” And he held up the leather in his hand. “Id’s a beautiful piece.”

Q. ‘He was a good man. He made a good boot.’ Who was ‘he’ here?

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QUESTION: 14

The author’s complaint about ‘the boots that creaked’, left Mr. Gessler:

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QUESTION: 15

Mr. Gessler died of

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