Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ topic Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom and poem given in the chapter for term 1 exams academic session 2022-2023. There are a lots of questions given for practice in CBSE first term exams. There are separate multiple choice questions as well as case based MCQs. Answers of each MCQ is also given just below the questions to help the students.
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Set 1
What learning do we get from life of Nelson Mandela?
Full name of Nelson Mandela was _______.
On which day Nelson Mandela took oath as President of South Africa?
Choose name of the Mandela’s party?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Set 2
What was Mandela’s view on courage post release from prison?
Where did ceremonies take place?
Number of deputy presidents elected are _______.
Here people are compared with _______.
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Set 3
A prisoner of hatred takes away ___________.
Depths of oppression create _________.
Why Mandela put freedom for country before freedom for family?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Set 4
In his long speech, what does Nelson Mandela said about decades old brutality on blacks of Africa?
What oppressed and oppressor were robbing?
In whom Nelson Mandela had seen glimpse of humanity?
Choose the name who faught with Mandela against Racism?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Set 5
What rare privilege was given to South Africa in 1994?
What pledge Nelson Mandela took on 10th May 1994 and asked people also to pledge?
What diplomatic things did Mandela say in his speech on the Western Countries?
To whom Nelson Mandela wanted to say “Special thanks” in his speech but could not do?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Passage 1
“The ceremonies took place in the lovely sandstone amphitheatre formed by the Union Buildings in Pretoria. For decades this had been the seat of white supremacy, and it was the site of a rainbow gathering of different colours and nations for the installation of South Africa’s first democratic non-racial government. On that lovely autumn day, I was accompanied by my daughter Zenani. On the podium, Mr. de Klerk was first sworn in as second deputy president. Then Thalia Mheki was sworn in as first deputy president. When it was my turn I pledged to obey and uphold the Constitution and to devote myself to the well-being of the Republic and its people. To the assembled guests and the watching world.
Choose the option from below that is NOT TRUE according to the given extract.
Which word does ‘supremacy’ not correspond to?
Choose the characteristic displayed by the speaker when he addressed the audience.
The phrase ‘rainbow gathering’ mean:
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Passage 2
We who were outlaws not so long ago, have today been given the rare privilege to be host to the nations of the world on our own soil. We thank all of our country distinguished international guests for having come to take possession with the people of our country of what is, after all a common victory for justice, for peace, for human dignity. We have, at last, achieved our political emancipation. We pledge ourselves to liberate all our people from the continuing bondage of poverty, deprivation, suffering, gender and other discrimination.
In line one the word ‘we’ refers to
Choose the option that lists the set of statements that are NOT TRUE according to the given extract
When the writer says, we have at last, achieved our political emancipation’, he means that the victims of apartheid had.
The statement that is TRUE about the state of the outlaws as described in the passage is:
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Passage 3
My country is rich in the minerals and gems that lie beneath its soil, but I have always known that its greatest wealth is its people, finer and truer than the purest diamonds It is from these comrades in the struggle that I learned the meaning of courage. Time and again, I have seen men stand up to attack and torture without breaking, showing a strength and resilience. That defies the imagination. I learned that courage is not the absence of fear, but triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.
What are the feelings of the speaker of these lines?
What according to the passage is the real wealth of a nation
Which word does ‘triumph’ not correspond to?
The speaker uses the phrase “time and again’ when he talks about how his countrymen risked their lives. Which of the following is NOT the correct meaning of this phrase?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 MCQ Passage 4
It was almost impossible for a man of my birth and colour to fulfill both of these obligations. In South Africa, a man of colour who attempted to live as a human being was punished and isolated. In South Africa, a man who tried to fulfill his duty to his people was inevitably ripped from his family and his home and was forced to live a life apart, a twilight existence of secrecy and rebellion. I did not in the beginning choose to place my people above my family, but in attempting to serve my people, I found that I was pervented from fulfilling my obligations as a son, a brother, a father and a husband.
When the writer says he could not fulfill both of these obligations, he means that
Which one of the following is NOT a meaning of ‘inevitable’?
What was the feeling of the speaker in the beginning of his struggle?
Which one of the following summarises the idea expressed in this paragraph perfectly?
Class 10 English Chapter 2 Fire and Ice MCQ Stanza 1
FIRE AND ICE Some say the world will end in fire Some say in ice. From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire. But if it had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate to say that for destruction ice Is also great and would suffice.