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The price of Bananas | Mulk Raj Anand | Part 1 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 9

 The price of Bananas  | Mulk Raj Anand | Part 1 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 9

The price of Bananas  | Mulk Raj Anand | Part 1 | Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Class 9
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The Price of Banaras 

Mulk Raj Anand 

17 Very Important Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQ) on The Price of Bananas by Mulk Raj AnandTick () the correct answer from the given alternatives : 

1. The author was on his way from Faizabad railway station to

(A) Delhi

(B) Kolkata

(C) Lucknow 

(D) Ahmedabad

 

2. From the pump the passengers were filling up their

(A) water bottles

(B) earthen pitchers 

(C) brass jugs

(D) steel buckets

 

3. The gentleman who came up to the author's compartment looked like a

(A) businessman 

(B) doctor

(C) teacher

(D) postman

 

4. The price the vendor asked for the bananas was

(A) two annas 

(B) four annas

(C) six annas

(D) eight annas

5. The author drew the cartoon of

(A) fruit vendor

(B) monkey

(C) porter

(D) Sethji 

  

6. The author arrived at the railway station

(A) one hour before the train's departure time

(B) two hours before the train's departure time

(C) three hours before the train's departure time

(D) half an hour before the train's departure time 

 

7. At Faizabad railway station the author was sitting on a 

(A) chair

(B) stool

(C) bench 

(D) cot

 

8. While watching the monkeys frolicking, the author sat on

(A) neem tree

(B) a tamarind tree

(C) a bench 

(D) an earthen pitcher

9. 'Half-sucked mango stones' means

(A) precious stones dropped off ornaments

(B) gems having the shape of mangoes

(C) hard cases of mango seeds partially slurped 

(D) stones thrown at the monkeys in a half-hearted manner

 

10. 'Mango stones' means

(A) stones for ornaments

(B) gems having the shape of mangoes 

(C) hard cases of mango seeds 

(D) stones thrown at mangoes

 

11. On the platform there were

(A) only neem trees

(B) only tamarind trees

(C) both neem and tamarind trees 

(D) banyan trees


12. The arrival of the train was announced by

(A) the station master

(B) ringing the bell 

(C) declaring loudly

(D) porter

13. The station bell rang

(A) to make the narrator concentrate on securing a seat

(B) to make the passengers busy

(C) to declare the entry of the train 

(D) to surprise all just then

 

14. The monkeys came down now and then on the platform

(A) to play

(B) to disturb the passengers 

(C) to drink water

(D) to eat scraps of food 

 

15. The author shifted his concentration from the monkeys to the seat in the train when

(A) the station bell rang 

(B) the monkeys went back

(C) the train departed 

(D) Sethji arrived

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