CBSE Class 10 English Chapter 7 MCQs – Glimpses of India Part 1 A Baker from Goa, Part 2 Coorg and Part 3 Tea From Assam



 

Glimpses of India MCQs

 

CBSE Class 10 English Chapter 7 “Glimpses of India” Multiple Choice Questions with Answers from First Flight Book

 

Glimpses of India MCQs – Here is a Compilation of Class 10 English MCQs from First Flight Book Chapter 7 Glimpses of India. Part 1 A Baker from Goa by Lucio Rodrigues, Part 2 Coorg by By Lokesh Abrol, Part 3 Tea from Assam by Arup Kumar Dutta.  Students of Class 10 can prepare the MCQs of Chapter 7 from the First Flight reader published by NCERT. Each question has four options followed by the correct answer. Students can also take a free test of these MCQs of Glimpses of India.


 

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Q1- Who is the author of “A Baker from Goa”?

A) Arup Kumar Datta
B) Lokesh Abrol
C) Lucio Rodrigues
D) None of the Above

 

Q2- Who is the author of “Coorg”?

A) Arup Kumar Datta
B) Lokesh Abrol
C) Lucio Rodrigues
D) None of the Above

 

Q3- Who is the author of “Tea from Assam”?

A) Arup Kumar Datta
B) Lokesh Abrol
C) Lucio Rodrigues
D) None of the Above

 

Q4- What are the bakers known as in Goa?

A) Pader
B) Portugese
C) pekar
D) Baker

 

Q5- The baker was also their ______.

A) friend
B) companion
C) guide
D) all of the above

 

Q6- What did the children long for?

A) Loaves
B) bread bangles
C) banana bread
D) all of the above

 

Q7- How many times did the baker come everyday?

A) Once
B) Twice
C) Thrice
D) varies daily

 

Q8- _____ was called kabai.

A) Baker’s dress
B) baker’s basket
C) baker’s bamboo
D) baker’s song

 

Q9- Coorg is a _________country.

A) tea
B) bread
C) coffee
D) green

 

Q10- Where is Coorg situated?

A) Mysore
B) Mangalore
C) Karnataka
D) Kerala

 

Q11- The first chief of the Indian Army is from _____.

A) coorg
B) Goa
C) Mysore
D) Punjab

 

Q12- _____ river obtains its water from Coorg.

A) Yamuna
B) Narmada
C) Kaveri
D) Tapi

 

Q13- “The climb to the _____hills brings you  into a panoramic view of the entire misty landscape  of Coorg.”

A) Brahmagiri
B) Himalayan
C) Nilgiri
D) Parvati

 

Q14- What are the activities available in Coorg?

A) River-rafting
B) Canoeing
C) Mountain biking
D) All of the above

 

Q15- What is rappelling?

A) travelling in a river in a canoe
B) travelling in a river in a raft
C) going down a cliff by sliding down a rope
D) None of the Above

 

Q16- What is canoeing?

A) travelling in a river in a canoe
B) travelling in a river in a raft
C) going down a cliff by sliding down a rope
D) All of the above

 

Q17- “Almost everyone in the compartment was drinking _____ too”

A) Coffee
B) Juice
C) Tea
D) Water

 

Q18- Was Rajvir a fan of detective stories?

A) Yes
B) No
C) maybe
D) don’t know

 

Q19- What is Assam popularly known as?

A) Tea country
B) Coffee country
C) Green country
D) Plantation country

 

Q20- The words like ‘chai’ and ‘chini’ are derived from _____.

A) Indi
B) China
C) France
D) None of the Above

 

Q21- In Europe, tea was drunk as more of a _____ than _____.

A) medicine, beverage
B) beverage, medicine
C) sleep waver, medicine
D) sleep banisher, medicine

 

Q22- What was Dhekiabari?

A) name of a station
B) tea garden managed by Pranjol’s father
C) tea garden managed by Rajvir’s father
D) name of a hill

 

Q23- What is the duration of the second flush or sprouting period?

A) June-August
B) October-December
C) May-July
D) August-November

 

Q24- “You seem to have done your homework before coming,” Pranjol’s father said in surprise. Which homework is he talking about?

A) Holiday homework
B) Tuition homework
C) Knowledge about Assam
D) All of the Above

 

Q25- Where did Rajvir and Pranjol study?

A) Assam
B) Coorg
C) Goa
D) Delhi

 

Q26. The extract uses the phrase ‘invites the comments’. Which expression  is incorrect with respect to invites?

  1. a) trouble
  2. b) applications
  3. c) prayers
  4. d) guests
Q27. Who cut off his eyelids to avoid being sleepy during the meditations?

  1. a) The priest
  2. b) Buddhist ascetic
  3. c) The monk
  4. d) The sage
Q28.What does the writer mean when he says “Baking was indeed a profitable profession in the old days”?

  1. a) Currently, baking is not popular in Goa
  2. b) Bakers have taken up other professions
  3. c) Baking as a job is  as gainful as it used to be
  4. d) Baker’s goods were of better quality in earlier times
Q29.Which of the following statements about Pranjol and Rajvir is not true?

  1. a) Pranjol was a youngster from Assam
  2. b) Rajvir did not like reading detective stories
  3. c) Rajvir was going to Assam for the first time
  4. d) Pranjol was not interested in the greenery outside
Q30.Match the following-

i) Marriage gifts1) Cakes and bolinhas
ii) Party or feast2) Bol
iii) daughter’s engagement3) Bread
iv) Christmas4) sandwiches

 

a) i 1, ii 2, iii 3, iv 4b) i 2, ii 3, iii 4, iv 1
c) i 4, ii 3, iii 2, iv 1d) i 2, ii 3, iii 1, iv 4
Q31.Kabai was peculiar because ________________.

  1. a) It was a single piece frock
  2. b) The fabric used was stiff
  3. c) It made the baker look like a jackfruit
  4. d) All of these
Q32.Kuppia is the traditional ______ of Coorg which resembles the Kuffia of the _________.

  1. a) weapon, Kurds
  2. b) food, Konkan
  3. c) dress, Arabs
  4. d) language, Dutch
Q33. Bylakuppe is a ______ settlement in Coorg.

  1. a) Bhutanese
  2. b) Burmese
  3. c) Tibetan
  4. d) Nepalese
Q34.In the 16th century Europe, tea was drunk as a ________.

  1. a) beverage
  2. b) medicine
  3. c) Both a and b
  4. d) Can’t say
Q35. “Maybe the father is not alive but the son still carries on the family profession”. Which profession is being talked about here?

  1. a) baker
  2. b) warrior
  3. c) Plantation worker
  4. d) All of these

 

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ANSWER KEY

1C11A21A
2B12C22B
3A13A23C
4A14D24C
5D15C25D
6B16A26C
7B17C27B
8A18A28C
9C19A29B
10C20B30B
31A32C33C
34B35A

 

 

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