Q.1. A legend of the Northland, which is a song narrating a story in short stanzas is also called ________.
(c) Short story
Q.2. What did the woman do when Saint Peter asked for a cake?
(a) She started making the smallest cake
(b) She refused to give him cake
(c) She gave the largest cake from the bakery
(d) She gave him some fruits
Q.3. Identify the literary device repetition into the given stanza:
Then she took tiny scrap of dough,
And rolled and rolled it flat;
And baked it thin as a wafer
But she couldn't part with that.
(a) Then she took
(b) Baked it thin
(c) Part with that
(d) Rolled and rolled
Q.4. Who was Saint Peter?
(a) God itself
(b) A begger
(c) Disciple of Christ
(d) A traveller
Q.5. What did Saint Peter ask for from the little woman?
(a) A single cake
(b) Something to eat
(c) A loaf of bread
(d) A dozen cakes
Q.6. Which cake was given to Saint Peter finally?
(a) Second cake
(b) No one
(c) First cake
(d) Third cake
Q.7. The animal which is used to pull the sledges in Northland:
(a) Polar bear
Q.8. Why did not woman give a cake to Saint Peter?
(a) Every cake was looking too large to give anyone
(b) No cake was tasty
(c) Saint Peter refused to take cake
(d) Every cake was looking too small
Q.9. When do people go for sledging?
(a) All of these
(b) During vacations
(c) In summers
(d) When snow falls
Q.10. The vehicle, which is used to carry things and passengers over the snow in Northland: