A Thief’s Story MCQ Class 10 English
Please refer to Chapter 2 A Thief’s Story MCQ Class 10 English with answers below. These multiple-choice questions have been prepared based on the latest NCERT book for Class 10 English. Students should refer to MCQ Questions for Class 10 English with Answers to score more marks in Grade 10 English exams. Students should read the chapter A Thief’s Story and then attempt the following objective questions.
MCQ Questions Class 10 English Chapter 2 A Thief’s Story
The A Thief’s Story MCQ Class 10 English provided below covers all important topics given in this chapter. These MCQs will help you to properly prepare for exams.
Answer the following questions by choosing the correct option.
Question. How was the meal cooked by Hari Singh?
c. Finger-licking good
Question. According to Hari Singh, who is easier to rob?
a. A careless man
b. A greedy man
c. A trusting man
d. None of these
Question. What did the boy ask Anil when he first met him?
a. To give him some money
b. To employ him
c. To feed him
d. To tell him the way
Question. What did Anil promise Hari Singh to teach?
a. To cook
b. To write his name
c. To write full sentences
d. All of these
Question. What was the name of the shop above which Anil lived?
a. Laddu Sweet Shop
b. Bengali Sweet Shop
c. Jamun Sweet Shop
d. Jumna Sweet Shop
Question. How often did the thief change his name?
a. Every day
b. Every week
c. Every month
d. Every year
Question. What did Anil do with the money when he received a cheque?
a. He deposited it in his bank account.
b. He bought a few household things.
c. He went out to celebrate.
d. He paid salary to Hari Singh.
Question. How old was Hari Singh?
a. 10 years
b. 15 years
c. 16 years
d. 20 years
Question. How, according to the narrator, would Anil feel upon finding out about the robbery?
Question. What was Anil doing when the thief boy met him?
a. He was writing an article.
b. He was watching a match.
c. He was playing cricket.
d. He was walking on the road.
Read the following extracts carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct option.
“Hari Singh,” I lied. I took a new name every month. That kept me ahead of the police and my former employers. After this introduction, Anil talked about the well-oiled wrestlers who were grunting, lifting and throwing each other about.
Question. Hari Singh often changed his name every:
Question. He often changed his name to:
a. avoid his friends
b. avoid being caught by police
c. avoid his former employees
d. both b. and c.
Question. Hari Singh found Anil to be:
c. both of these
d. none of these
Question. Hari Singh was an experienced:
d. none of these
Question. Which word from the following means the same as ‘forward’?