The Pace F or Living English Objective Question 2023

The Pace F or Living English

Bihar Board Class 10th English 2023: English Objective Question Matric Exam 2023: बिहार बोर्ड ऑब्जेक्टिव क्वेश्चन 2021  English All Chapter objective Question Answer 2023 Board Exam. The Pace For Living, The Pace For Living, Gillu, What Is Wrong with Indian Film, Acceptance speech, Once Upon A Time, The Unity Of Indian Culture, Little Girl Wiser Than Man is All Chapter class 10th English question 2023

1. Who has written the essay “The Pace for Living”?
(A) Joan Lexau
(B) R.C. Hutchinson
(C) Mahadevi Verma.
(D) Satyajit Ray


2. In ‘The Pace for Living’ the writer captures the agony of …….. man.
(A) ancient
(B) uncivilized
(C) modern
(D) future


3.R.C. Hutchinson is a…………. novelist.
(A) French
(B) British
(C) Chinese
(D) German


4. The Pace for Living’ is a/an………….
(A) drama
(B) story
(C) essay
(D) novel


5. The main character in “Pace for Living”, which the author saw was a/
an …….. corn merchant
(A) elderly
(B) handicapped
(C) young
(D) diabetic


6. The author of the story “The Pace for Living’ enjoyed going in a car at
(A) Ninety miles an hour
(B) Eighty miles an hour
(C) Sixty miles an hour
(D) Seventy miles an hour


7. The writer of ‘The Pace for Living’ belongs to the tribe of……..
(A) Average thinkers
(B) Slow thinkers
(C) Fast thinkers
(D) Good thinkers


8. In “The Pace for Living’, R.C. Hutchinson discusses-
(A) the happiness of men
(B) the agony of modern man
(C) the dilemma of people
(D) None of these


9.In ‘The Pace for Living’, the author saw a play in
(A) Denmark
(B) Dublin
(C) Denver
(D) Delhi


10. How does the writer classify himself as a thinker in ‘The Pace for Living’?
(A) An intelligent thinker
(B) A slow thinker
(C) A social thinker
(D) None of these


11. The essay ‘The Pace for Living’, caputres the agony of ……
(A) a modern man
(B) a sick man
(C) a police man
(D) a postman


12. In the essay “The Peace for Living’ the corn merchant is………..
(A) An ambitious man
(B) An anxious man
(C) An adventurous man
(D) None of these


13. In ‘The Pace for Living’ the author saw a
(A) movie
(B) dance
(C) play
(D) football match


14. The author admits that quick travel does not give the traveller the real
………. of travel.
(A) pains
(B) pleasure
(C) dreams
(D) knowledge


15. The corn merchant heart was……………
(A) strong
(B) sound
(C) weak
(D) fast


16. Who is a slow thinker?
(A) The author
(B) The corn merchant
(C) Modern man
(D) The servant


17. Where is Dublin?
(A) In Paris
(B) In Germany
(C) In Irish
(D) In London


18. Where did the corn merchant live?
(A) In Russia
(B) In Bhutan
(C) In Irish country
(D) In Iraq


19. The author in ‘The Pace for Living’ enjoys.
(A) long car drives
(B) air flights
(C) train journeys
(D) road journeys


20. Corn merchant’s wife was of
(A) faithful lady
(B) fantastic nature
(C) dull nature
(D) clever


21. The corn-merchant was getting by his nephew in ‘The Pace for
Living’.
(A) beaten up
(B) scolded
(C) cheated
(D) praised


22. Corn merchant was a man of
(A) brave
(B) strong
(C) sound minded
(D) anxieties


23. Who fails to keep up with fast pace of life ?
(A) Modern man
(B) The corn merchant.
(C) The corn merchant’s nephew
(D) The corn merchant’s wife


24. Corn merchant’s wife had a habit of spending
(A) five dollar
(B) ten dollar
(C) eight dollar
(D) six dollar


25.………has become fast.
(A) Sleeping
(B) Moving
(C) Walking
(D) Travelling


26. Who went to watch a movie along with his wife?
(A) The author
(B) The author’s nephew
(C) Modern man
(D) The author’s uncle


27. The author admits that quick travel does not give the traveller the real
……… of travel
(A) pains
(B) pleasure
(C) living
(D) holiday


28. We can dine in ………. and have lunch in New York the next day.
(A) Paris
(B) London
(C) Berlin
(D) Dubai


29. Which tribe does the author belong to?
(A) Sound minded
(B) Handicapped
(C) Slow thinkers
(D) Fast thinkers


30. Who is the main character in this play?
(A) His nephew
(B) His wife
(C) The author
(D) Corn merchant


 31. Who was cheating the corn merchant?
(A) His nephew
(B) His wife
(C) His son
(D) His daughter


32. How many girls were in film ?
(A) Two
(B) Three
(C) Four
(D) Five


33. Who didn’t dislike the rapid movement of life?
(A) Wife of corn merchant
(B) Corn merchant
(C) The author
(D) Nephew of corn merchant


34. Which word stands for worship?
(A) Despair
(B) Esprit
(C) Escapiert
(D) Adore


35. Who saw a play in Dublin ?
(A) An elederly corn-merchant
(B) The author
(C) The corn merchant’s nephew
(D) The corn-merchant’s wife


36. The author of the story “The place for living rapid movement.
(A) likes
(B) dislikes
(C) hates
(D) enjoys


37. According to the author, what are intelligence tests designed to test ?
(A) Measure the phyiscal speed
(B) Measure both physical and
mental speed.
(C) Measure the mental speed
(D) Measure charactor


38. According to the author in which area are slow thinkers handicapped?
(A) In getting a living
(B) In sports
(C) In studies
(D) In business


 39. In the cinema the writer finds Limself in a………
(A) hopeless
(B) fog
(C) hopeless fog
(D)hopeful condition


40. The author finds himself in a hopeless situation when he goes to watch the
(A) cinema
(B) theatre
(C) dance programme
(D) singing competition


41. R.C. Hutchinson wrote that he watched a play in
(A) Chicago.
(B) Dublin
(C) Netherlands
(D) New York


42. In “The Pace for Living”, the author discusses
(A) the agony of modern man
(B) the miseries of ancient people
(C) the dilemma of people
(D) the problems of old age


43. Mental activities of our time tend to follow the pace of
(A) computers
(B) aeroplanes
(C) horses
(D) machines


44. People now a days think………… than ancient times.
(A) deeper
(B) faster
(C) longer
(D) slower


45. In ‘The Pace for Living’, the author are designed to test says that ……the mental speed of a person.
(A) education tests
(B) psychological tests
(C) placement tests
(D) intelligence tests


46. Slow thinkers are handicapped in the business of getting ………
(A) a living
(B) wealth
(C) respect
(D) amenities of life


47. Who didn’t dislike the rapid movement of life?
(A) com-merchant
(B) the author
(C) nephew of com-merchant
(D) wife of com-merchant


 

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