Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ topic From the Diary of Anne Frank and the poem given in the chapter updated for new academic session 2024-25. Answers and explanation (if required) are given along with each MCQ. Now MCQs are important for CBSE term 1 as well as term 2 exams. So practice more and more multiple choice questions to score better in exams.

Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ

Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ Set 1


Whats the full name of Anne Frank?

[A]. Anne Kate Frank
[B]. Annelies Marie Frank
[C]. Anne Frank D’Souza
[D]. Anny

“Paper has more patience than people”- What does Anne mean to say with this?

[A]. Because pen and paper can bring revolution in society
[B]. Paper educates people
[C]. Paper is not aggressive
[D]. She can write anything on paper, without being judged by it

With over 30 friends and many relatives Why Anne felt alone?

[A]. Many migrations of her family
[B]. Over talkative nature
[C]. Because of her rude nature
[D]. She didn’t had a real friend

What name Anne gave to her diary?

[A]. Kitty
[B]. Autobiography
[C]. My life
[D]. True friend

Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ Set 2


How old was Margot to Anne?

[A]. 6 yrs
[B]. 10 yrs
[C]. 2 yrs
[D]. 3 yrs

What brought tears in Anne’s eyes?

[A]. Farewell with Mrs Kuperus
[B]. Farewell with Sister Margot
[C]. Grand Mothers Death
[D]. Grand Mothers Illness

“The four of us are still doing well”- Who are these four people?

[A]. Anne, Margot, Mother, Father
[B]. Anne, Mrs Kuperus, Margot, Grand Mother
[C]. Anne, Mother, Grand Mother, Margot
[D]. Anne, Margot, Mother, Father

“Grandma’s candle was lit along with the rest”- What does this mean?

[A]. nne’s birthday shared death anniversary of her Grand Mother
[B]. Anne’s birthday candles were lit along with Grand Mother’s 6 months death anniversary
[C]. Grand Mothers Death candles were lit along with Frank’s ancestors
[D]. None of the above

Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ Set 3


What is Anne comforting her friends about?

[A]. To move to the next form
[B]. Hoping for good result
[C]. Work harder next year
[D]. Both A & B

Why Mr Keesing was annoyed with Anne?

[A]. Always late in class
[B]. She is too talkative
[C]. Disturbs the class
[D]. Not attentive during class

Which subject Mr Keesing teaches?

[A]. English
[B]. Science
[C]. Mathematics
[D]. Geography

What method did Mr Keesing find to make Anne Frank speak less in class?

[A]. Kicked out of the class every time
[B]. Given essay to write
[C]. Threatened to fail
[D]. Asked to call parents

Class 10 English Chapter 4 MCQ Set 4


What does Chatterbox means in Class 10 English Chapter 4?

[A]. Who is quickly migrated
[B]. Monitor of the class
[C]. One who keeps silence
[D]. Who speaks a lot

From whom Anne inherit the habit of talking too much?

[A]. Mother
[B]. Father
[C]. Friend
[D]. Grand mother

Was Anne happy with new task of essay given to her?

[A]. Yes
[B]. No
[C]. May be

Why father duck killed mother and baby duck?

[A]. He hated them
[B]. They had a quarrel
[C]. Because they talked too much
[D]. Because of territorial issues

Class 10 English Chapter 4 The Diary of Anne Frank MCQ Passage 1

To enhance the image of this long awaited friend in my imagination, I don’t want to get down the facts in this diary the way most people would do, but I want the diary to be my friend, and I’m going to call this friend “Kitty’ Since no one would understand a word of my stories to kitty if I were to plunge right in, I’d better provide a brief sketch of my life, much as I dislike doing so.


Why does Anne call Kitty her long awaited friend?

[A]. Because the cat named Kitty was lost somewhere.
[B]. Anne could not trust Kitty.
[C]. Anne called her so because she since long wanted to have a friend in which she could confide in kitty, her diary served her purpose.
[D]. Anne wants to begin writing when the situation improves.

How does Anne want to begin her diary?

[A]. She wanted to begin without an introduction.
[B]. She wanted to begin her diary by giving an introduction.
[C]. Anne wanted someone else to help her start writing.
[D]. Anne wants to begin writing when the situations improve

Find out a word from the extract which mens “to jump or dive in”.

[A]. Plunge
[B]. Provide
[C]. Sketch
[D]. Imagination

Whom did Anne consider her true friend?

[A]. Her grandmother
[B]. Her teacher
[C]. Her diary
[D]. Her sister

Class 10 English Chapter 4 The Diary of Anne Frank MCQ Passage 2

Let me put it more clearly, since no one will believe, that a thirteen-year old girl is completely alone in the world. And I’m not. I have loving parents and a sixteen-year-old sister, and there are about thirty people I can call friends. I have a family, loving aunts and a good home. No, on the surface I seem to have everything, except my one true friend. All I think about when I’m with friends is having a good time. I can’t bring myself to talk about anything but ordinary everyday things. We don’t seem to be able to get any closer, and that’s the problem. Maybe it’s my fault that we don’t confide in each other. In any case, that’s just how things are, and unfortunately they’re not liable to change. This is why I’ve started the diary.


What does Anne want to clear, in the first line of the passage?

[A]. She wants to clear that she was not completely alone.
[B]. She wants to tell people that she is thirteen years old.
[C]. She wants people to know that she has no family.
[D]. She wants people to know that she had many close friends.

Enlist her family members.

[A]. She had no family at all.
[B]. She had loving parents and a sixteen years old sister.
[C]. She had a loving grandfather but no parents.
[D]. There are thirty members in her family.

What problem is she referring to?

[A]. She wants to tell people that she is not feeling well.
[B]. She had a fight with her best friend.
[C]. The problem was that she could not confide in her friends.
[D]. She does not want to talk about ordinary things.

‘Responsible’ is the synonym for which word in the passage?

[A]. Surface
[B]. Liable
[C]. Confide
[D]. Loving

Class 10 English Chapter 4 The Diary of Anne Frank MCQ Passage 3

I get along pretty well with all my teachers. There are nine of them, seven men and two women. Mr. Keesing, the old fogey who teaches maths, was annoyed with me for ages, because I talked so much. After several warnings, he assingned me extra homework, an essay on the subject, ‘A Chatterbox’. A chatterbox-what can you write about that? I’d worry about that later, I decided. I jotted down the title in my notebook, tucked it in my bag and tried to keep quite.


Who is There?

[A]. Mr. Keesing
[B]. Her notebook
[C]. Anne Frank
[D]. Anne’s classmate

Who was Mr. Keesing?

[A]. Mr. Keesing was her music teacher.
[B]. Mr. Keesing was her sports teacher.
[C]. Mr. Keesing was her schools’ principal.
[D]. Mr. Keesing was her maths teacher.

Trace a word in the passage which means ‘to push in with an intention to hide’.

[A]. Jotted
[B]. Assigned
[C]. Tucked
[D]. Quiet

On which topic did Anne write an essay?

[A]. Her favourite movie
[B]. Her life in the Secret Annexe
[C]. Aflatter
[D]. Achatterbox

Class 10 English Chapter 4 How to tell wild animals MCQ

1. If ever you should go by chance to jungles in the east; And if there should to you advance
A large and tawny beast, if he roars at you as you’re dyin’
You’ll know it is the Asian Lion…
2. Or if some time when roaming round,
A noble wild beast greets you, With black stripes on a yellow ground,
Just notice if he eats you. This simple rule may help you learn
The Bengal Tiger to discern.
3. If strolling forth, a beast you view, whose hide with spots is peppered, as soon as he has lept on you, You’ll know it is the Leopard.
He’ll only lep and lep again.
4. If when you’re walking round your yard
You meet a creature there, who hugs you very, very hard,
Be sure it is a Bear. If you have any doubts, I guess He’ll give you just one more caress.
5. Though to distinguish beasts of prey
A novice might nonplus, The Crocodile you always may
Tell from the Hyena thus: Hyenas come with merry smiles; but if they weep they’re Crocodiles.
6. The true Chameleon is small,
A lizard sort of things; He hasn’t any ears at all,
And not a single wing. If there is nothing on the tree, ‘Tis the chameleon you see.


Identify the poet.

[A]. John Keats
[B]. Carolyn Wells
[C]. Mark Twain
[D]. W.B.Yeats

Which are the two reptile species being discussed in the poem?

[A]. Bear, Leopard
[B]. Asian Lion, Chameleon
[C]. Chameleon, Crocodile
[D]. Crocodile, Bengal Tiger

In Stanza 2, which is the simple rule being referred to?

[A]. The Bengal Tiger may attack/kill you.
[B]. It has black stripes on yellow skin
[C]. The Bangal Tiger is a noble animal.
[D]. It keeps roaming around.

Which word does not mean the same as ‘novice’ in stanza 5?

[A]. Beginner
[B]. Newcomer
[C]. Learner
[D]. Expert

In the first line of stanza 4, which poetic device is used in ‘your yard

[A]. Smile
[B]. Alliteration
[C]. Rhyme
[D]. Imagery

Whose smile is merry in stanza 5?

[A]. Crocodile
[B]. Hyena
[C]. Both 1 and 2
[D]. Neither 1 nor 2

is there a mention of any bird in the poem?

[A]. Yes
[B]. No
[C]. Can’t say
[D]. Maybe

Which figure of speech is used in the phrase ‘Nobel Wild Beast’.

[A]. Metaphor
[B]. Paradox
[C]. Alliteration
[D]. Personification

The animal in stanza 3 has hide it’s peppered with?

[A]. strips
[B]. lines
[C]. circles
[D]. spots

the chameleon does not have any at all.

[A]. tail
[B]. wings
[C]. eyes
[D]. ears
Last Edited: June 9, 2023