1st year English: chapter-11 (I Have a Dream) important MCQs
1.“You have come here out of great trials and tribulations” means that you have come here after ________.
(A) attending a fair
(B) facing great persecution and grief☑️
(C) great honour
2.“You have been the veterans of creative suffering” means that you have been the ________.
(A) experienced soldiers of intellectual suffering☑️
(B) assets of a nation
(C) vanguard of a country
(D) army personnel
3.“This nation will live out the true meanings of its creed” means ________.
(A) The Negroes will leave the country
(B) they will come up to the level of others
(C) they will prove their worth☑️
(D) they will remain a minority
4.What is the dream?
(A)equality of high and low
(B) negation of whites
(C) rules of the blacks
(D) the practice of brotherhood☑️
5.Which one is a desert state sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression?
6.What does the governor of Alabama do?
(A) creates interferences
(B) uses sweet words
(C) Makes interruptions☑️
(D) helps the blacks
7.What will be exalted?
8.Every hill and mountain shall be made low means that ________.
(A) all high and low will become equal
(B) hills and mountains will be leveled
(C) there will be no distinction of classes☑️
(D) the low classes will rise up
9.Whose glory shall be revealed?
10.What is the beautiful symphony of brotherhood?
(A) a violin
(B) the beautiful song of brotherhood
(C) a guitar
(D) musical composition of brotherhood☑️
11.Martin Luther King advises his supporters to work with the faith that unearned suffering is ________.
12.Martin Luther asks his supporters to go back to the slums and ghettos of their ________.
(A) western cities
(B) southern cities
(C) northern cities☑️
(D) eastern cities
13.Despite the difficulties and ________ of the moment. I still have a dream.
14.Martin Luther wants Mississippi to be an oasis of freedom and ________.
15.What should be the criterion of Judgment?
(A) colour of skin
(C) colour of hair
(D) content of character☑️
16.All boys and girls should be able to join hands and walk together as ________.
(A) brothers and sisters☑️
(B) masters and slaves
17.“This is the faith with which I return to the ________.”
18.Some of you have come fresh from ________.
(A) broad valleys
(B) strange places
(C) dark areas
(D) narrow jail cells☑️
19.You have suffered the brutality of the ________.
20.“Let us not wallow in the valley of ________.”
21.I have a dream that one day my little children will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.
22.The crooked places will be made ________.
23.“We will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair, a stone of hope” suggests ________.
24.Let freedom ring form the prodigious hill tops of ________!
(B) New York
(D) New Hampshire☑️
25.Let freedom ring form the mighty mountains of________!
(A) New York☑️
(B) Jew Jersey
26.Let freedom ring form the snowcapped Rockies of ________!
27.According to Martin Luther King unearned suffering is ________.
28.“Let freedom ring from ________ of Tennessee”!
(A) Lookout mountain☑️
(B) The Rockies
(D) Stone Mountain
29.Where are the red hills situated?
(B) New York
(D) South Carolina
30.Luther fought against ________.
(A) state machinery
(C) White Americans
(D) racial discrimination☑️
31.“I Have a Dream” is written by ________.
(A) O. Henry
(B) Langston Hughes
(C) Martin Luther King☑️
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