Saturday, September 22, 2018


1. This poem was written by— a) Wordsworth b) Robert Browning c) Keats d) Blake. ⇰ b

2. Meeting at Night is a 
a) elegy b) sonnet c) love lyric d) epic ⇰ c

3. This poem was published in—a) Lyrical ballad b) magazine c) Sordello d) Dramatic Romances and Lyrics. ⇰ d

4. This poem was published in—a) 1843 b) 1844 c) 1845 d) 1846 ⇰ c

5. The sea was—a) black b) grey c) yellow d) white ⇰ b

6. The land was—a) black b) grey c) yellow d) white ⇰ a

7. The moon was—a) black b) grey c) yellow d) white ⇰ c

8. The moon was—a) small and low b) small and high c) large and high d) large and low . ⇰ d

9. The meeting was made
—a)openly b)forcefully c) in day time d) secretly . ⇰ d

10. The lover/speaker makes the journey to—a) discover the farm b) fight c) get money d) meet his beloved . ⇰d

11. After meeting the lovers were in
—a) sorrow b) excitement c) wonder d) fun . ⇰ b

12. The beloved lives in a—a) farm b) cottage c) house d) palace . ⇰a

13. The sea beach was—a)one mile wide b) two miles wide c) three miles wide d) three miles wide ⇰a

14. The beloved crosses—a)one field b) two fields c)three fields d) four fields . ⇰ c

15. The lover crossed the sea with/by—a) steamer b) boat c) swimming d) ship . ⇰b

16. ‘quench’ means—a) drink b) lie c)to stop d) satisfy . ⇰ c

17. The lovers were in—a) joy b) fear c) fun d) fear and joy . ⇰d

18. ‘slushy’ means—a) full of water b) loose c) full of scent d) hard . ⇰b

19. The lover made a
—a) crying sound b) loud voice c) hushed voice d) clear sound . ⇰ c

20. Who gives a tap at the pane?— a) speaker/lover b) poet c) beloved d) none of them . ⇰ a

21. The speaker makes the journey to reach at—a)garden b)sea-shore c) farm house d) fields . ⇰c

22. “a voice less loud”—the voice is of the—a) lover b) poet c) beloved d) wind . ⇰c

23. The beloved lights a—a)torch b)match c)fire d) nothing . ⇰b

24. After crossing sea, lover crosses—a)fields b)beach c)road d)forest . ⇰b

25. To show his presence the lover —a) whistles b) sings c) gives tap at the pane d) lights a match . ⇰c

26. ‘gain’ means—a)get b)depart c)reach d)obtain ⇰ c

27. Robert Browning is a/an—a) Elizabethan, b)Victorian c) Modern, d)pre-Romantic poet. ⇰ b

28. Speaker’s journey was—a)secret, b)adventurous, c) troublesome, d) above all ⇰ d

29. Browning is famous for—a)ode, b)dramatic monologue, c)tragedy, d)comedy ⇰ b


30. The _____________ sea and the long black land (a.white, b.grey, c. green, d. red) . ⇰b

31. As I gain the _______ with pushing prow (a. land, b. shore, c. cove,) . ⇰c

32. And a ____________ spurt of a lighted match. (a. black, b. grey, c. yellow, d .blue ) ⇰ d

33. Then a mile of _________ sea-scented beach. (a. cool, b. warm, c. slushy, d. dry) ⇰b

34. And quench its speed in the _________sand. (a. cool, b. warm, c. slushy, d. dry) ⇰ c

35. The waves are leaping in__________ ringlets (a. free, b .fiery, c. fleshy, d. yellow) ⇰b

36. Three fields to cross till a _________ appears (a. garden, b. beach, c. form, d. farm) ⇰d

37. The ______ little waves. (a. joyous, b. cute, c. puzzled, d. startled) ⇰d


38. Prow— a) sand ,b) back part of boat, c) grey d) front part of boat ⇰d

39. Leap— a)lip, b) jump c) leaf, d) free ⇰b

40. Quench— a)stop , b) satisfy, c)speed, d) soft ⇰ a

41. Black— a)deep, b)dark, c) evil, d) green ⇰b

42. Slushy— a)hard ,b)soft and watery, c) long ⇰b

43. Fiery— a)fair, b) like fire, c)fear, d) jump ⇰b

44. Cove— a)cave, b)sheltered place in forest c)pond , d) sheltered place at shore ⇰ d


45. Sharp— a) smooth, b) blunt, c) startle d) hard ⇰ b

46. Loud— a)voiced, b)silent , c)clear, d) load⇰ b

47. Quick— a)fast, b)quiet, c)slow, d)early ⇰ c

48. Gain— a)depart, b)reach, c)come, d)travel⇰ a

49. Appear— a)vanish, b) see, c)low, d) short ⇰ a