NCERT Class 9 English Poem 2 MCQs – Wind



 

Wind MCQ Questions with Answers

 

CBSE Class 9 English Beehive Book Poem 2 Wind MCQ Questions with Answers

 

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Q1- According to the poet, who will be our friend if we are strong?

A) Wind
B) Snow
C) Fire
D) None of these

 

 

Q2- Who breaks the shutters of the window?

A) Children
B) A boy
C) A naughty boy
D) Wind

 

 

Q3- Name the things the wind had done.

A) Brought rain
B) Torn the pages
C) Broke the shutters  of the windows
D) All of these

 

 

Q4- In the line – “You tore the pages of the books”, who is ‘you’ referring to?

A) The Poet
B) The wind
C) The books
D) the pages of books

 

 

Q5- Which word has been repeated in the poem

A) Steadfast
B) Crushes
C) Strong
D) Crumbling

 

 

Q6- Who are negatively affected by the wind?

A) weaklings
B) Strong people
C) Both A and B
D) None of these

 

 

Q7- Whom does wind God like?

A) Weak people
B) Those who talks to it
C) Strong people
D) None of these

 

 

Q8- Which word in the poem means ‘to prosper’?

A) Steadfast
B) Flourish
C) Winnows
D) Crumbling

 

 

Q9- The destructive power of the wind is a symbol of _______.

A) Adversities
B) Problems
C) Challenges
D) All of these

 

 

Q10- What is the message of this poem?

A) Be firm and strong
B) Make strong windows
C) Stop the wind
D) All of these

 

 

Q11- Whom does the poet make a request to?

A) The books
B) His children
C) Wind
D) All of these

 

 

Q12- Which figure of speech has been used in the poem?

A) Symbolism
B) Anaphora
C) Personification
D) All of these

 

 

Q13- Tell a word in the poem which is the antonym of foolish?

A) Clever
B) Praise
C) Steadfast
D) All of these

 

 

Q14- How can we be friends with the wind?

A) By building strong homes
B) Having strong body
C) Having a strong heart
D) All of these

 

 

Q15- What does the word ‘winnows’ in the poem mean?

A) Cleams grains
B) Sorts grains
C) Blows strongly
D) None of these

 

 

Q16- What should the people do to save their homes?

A) Use good cement
B) Build strong homes
C) Consult a good architect
D) None of these

 

 

Q17- Wind has been compared to _______.

A) Fire
B) Flood
C) Earthquake
D) God

 

 

Q18- “He won’t do what you tell him”. Who is he in this line?

A) The reader
B) Wind God
C) Weak people
D) All of these

 

 

Q19- Find a synonym for loyal from the poem.

A) Weak
B) Clever
C) Steadfast
D) None of these

 

 

Q20- Find a word from the poem for “thrown in different directions”

A) Scatter
B) Throw
C) Break
D) All of these

 

 

ANSWER KEY

1A11C
2D12D
3D13A
4B14D
5D15C
6A16B
7C17D
8B18B
9A19C
10A20A

 

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