Class 10 English Chapter 10 MCQ topic The Sermon at Benares (Multiple Choice Questions) with answers updated for new academic session 2022-2023. Subjective questions are given on the section of NCERT Solutions page and objective questions are in the format of MCQs. This includes all important questions as well as board previous year questions.
Class 10 English Chapter 10 MCQ
Chapter -10: THE SERMON AT BENARAS Passage 1
Both young and adult, both those who are fools and those who are wise, all fall into the power of death; all are subject to death. “Of those who, overcome by death, depart from life, a father cannot save his son, nor kinsmen their relations Mark! While relatives are looking on and lamenting deeply, one by one mortal are carried off, like an ox that is led to the slaughter. So, the world is afflicted with death and decay, therefore the wise do not griveve, knowing the terms of the world.
Choose the option that tells who is subject to death.
Who has accepted the truth that death is common to all?
Which of the following expresses sorrow?
The word afflicted does Not Correspond to
Chapter -10: THE SERMON AT BENARAS Passage 2
Poor Kisa Gotami now went from house to house, and the people pitied her and said, “Here is mustard-seed; take it!” But when she asked, “Did a son or daughter, a father or mother, die in your family?” they answered her, “Alas! the living are few, but the dead are many. Do not remind us of our deepest grief.” And there was no house but some beloved one had died in it.
Which of the following options represent the correct understanding of the word “poor” in the phrase “Poor Kisa Gotam”?
“Do not remind us of our deepest grief.” The tone of the speaker(s) is
Pick the options that correctly classifies the fact/ (F) and opinion/s (O) of the villagers.
Why did Kisa Gotami go from from house to house
Chapter -10: THE SERMON AT BENARAS Passage 3
Not from weeping nor from grieving will anyone obtain peace of mind; on the contrary, his pain will be the greater and his body will suffer. He who seeks peace should draw out the arrow of lamentation, and complaint, and grief. He who has drawn out the arrow and has become composed will obtain peace of mind.