A Game of Chance Class 6 MCQ Questions with Answers English Chapter 8

Here you will find NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 6 English with Answers PDF Free Download based on the important concepts and topics given in the textbook as per CBSE new exam pattern. This may assist you to understand and check your knowledge about the chapters. Students also can take a free test of the Multiple Choice Questions of Class 6 English. Each question has four options followed by the right answer. These MCQ Questions are selected supported by the newest exam pattern as announced by CBSE.

Q1.Who took me to fair?

(1) Father
(2) Uncle
(3) None
(4) Aunt


Answer: Uncle.

Q2.Who met Uncle in the fair?

(1)(d) Uncle’s sister
(2) His friends
(3) Uncle’s teacher
(4) His relatives


Answer: His friends

Q3.Who had gone to the fair?

(1) Narrator
(2) Uncle
(3) All of these
(4) Bhaiya


Answer: All of these

Q4.Who came from for far and wide with all kinds of goods to sell?

(1) Tradesmen
(2) Vendor
(3) None
(4) Sells man


Answer: Tradesman.

Q5.When the Uncle met his friends, he

(1) sent them away
(2) took them along
(3) sent the narrator with them
(4) went away with them


Answer: went away with them

Q6.What was Rashid told not to do?

(1) To go out of fair
(2) To buy anything
(3) To eat anything
(4) To play any game


Answer: To buy anything

Q7.What could you buy from this fair?

(1) A small pencil to a big dog
(2) A small pin to a big bag
(3) None
(4) A small pin to a big buffalo


Answer: A small pin to a big buffalo.

Q8.Uncle was speaking to

(1) Bhalya
(2) his son
(3) a child In the crowd
(4) the narrator


Answer: the narrator

Q9.Uncle was leading us means

(1) Uncle was the eldest
(2) Uncle was a leader
(3) Uncle was showing us the way
(4) Uncle gave the order


Answer: Uncle was showing us the way

Q10.Uncle told him not to tell anybody because

(1) people have no sympathy
(2) he could not get his money back
(3) they would also laugh at him
(4) they would be upset


Answer: they would also laugh at him

Q11.This was a fair held on the occasion of

(1) Holi
(2) Diwali
(3) Christmas
(4) Eid


Answer: Eid

Q12.They got the money

(1) by selling goods
(2) by cheating
(3) gambling
(4) by doing service


Answer: by cheating

Q13.There was a____ at the fair?

(1) Big crowd
(2) No crowd
(3) None
(4) None of these


Answer: Big crowd.

Q14.The word presently In the passage, means

(1) after some time
(2) after a long time
(3) late
(4) soon


Answer: soon

Q15.The uncle instructed them

(1) to eat pizzas
(2) to stay at one place
(3) to buy clothes
(4) not to buy anything


Answer: not to buy anything

Q16.The Uncle had gone

(1) with his friends
(2) to roam about
(3) on business
(4) home


Answer: with his friends

Q17.The shopkeepers obligation was

(1) a drama
(2) real
(3) just what the narrator felt
(4) natural


Answer: a drama

Q18.The shopkeeper was buying back the articles because

(1) he was getting rich
(2) he needed them
(3) he was a generous man
(4) he wanted to entice the narrator


Answer: he wanted to entice the narrator

Q19.The shopkeeper was buying

(1) he was getting them cheap
(2) he needed them
(3) he was a generous man
(4) he wanted to entice the


Answer: he wanted to entice the

Q20.The shopkeeper had made Rasheed a

(1) fool
(2) winner
(3) loser
(4) tradesman


Answer: fool

Q21.The people were laughing at the narrator because

(1) of his dress
(2) of his looks
(3) he had lost all his money
(4) he looked a fool


Answer: he looked a fool

Q22.The passage has been taken from the lesson

(1) A Different Kind of School
(2) Taro’s Reward
(3) A Game of Chance
(4) Fair Play


Answer: A Game of Chance

Q23.The old man and the boy had

(1) won big prizes
(2) a lot of money
(3) bad intentions
(4) played tricks


Answer: won big prizes

Q24.The noun form of obliged is

(1) obliging
(2) oblige
(3) obligation
(4) obligatory


Answer: obligation

Q25.The narrator looked upset because

(1) nobody sympathised with him
(2) some people were laughing at him
(3) he was feeling home-sick
(4) he had lost all his money


Answer: he had lost all his money

Q26.The narrator is

(1) a young boy
(2) an old man
(3) the brother of Bhaiya
(4) a young girl


Answer: a young boy

Q27.The narrator

(1) was able to see through the game
(2) was trapped
(3) called his uncle
(4) went away from there narrow


Answer: was trapped

Q28.The Lucky Shop allowed

(1) boys to play the game
(2) people to try their luck
(3) all to take money
(4) to take prizes


Answer: people to try their luck

Q29.The friends of the shopkeeper were

(1) one old man and a boy
(2) two old persons
(3) two young people
(4) a boy and a girl


Answer: one old man and a boy

Q30.The festival of Eid had

(1) many ordinary competitions
(2) many rotten eatables
(3) many game stalls
(4) a big show


Answer: a big show

Q31.The boy was now

(1) with his Uncle
(2) alone
(3) with a friend
(4) with Bhalya


Answer: with Bhalya

Q32.The adjective form of foolishness is

(1) foolish
(2) fool
(3) fooling
(4) folly


Answer: foolish

Q33.Rasheeds uncle took them to the fair. Them here refers to

(1) Rasheed and bhaiya
(2) the two brothers
(3) the two sisters
(4) sister and bhaiya


Answer: Rasheed and bhaiya

Q34.Rasheed was upset because

(1) he had won prizes
(2) he had made money
(3) he was sick
(4) he did not win any prize


Answer: he did not win any prize

Q35.Playing tricks means

(1) playing
(2) cheating
(3) blowing
(4) enjoying


Answer: cheating

Q36.On which occasion, there was a fair in the village?

(1) Makar Sankranti
(2) Eid
(3) None
(4) Dassera


Answer: Eid.

Q37.On what occasion was the fair held in village?

(1) Holi
(2) Eid
(3) Baisakhi
(4) Diwali


Answer: Eid

Q38.Name the lesson.

(1) Fair Play
(2) A Game of Chance
(3) The Banyan Tree
(4) Who I Am


Answer: A Game of Chance

Q39.How many days fair lasted?

(1) Many days
(2) Only one days
(3) None
(4) Three days


Answer: Many days.

Q40.Eid was celebrated only _____ day?

(1) Many days
(2) Two day
(3) None
(4) One day


Answer: One day.

Q41.Bhaiya was

(1) the narrator’s brother
(2) a domestic servant
(3) a neighbour of the narrator
(4) a man in the crowd


Answer: a domestic servant

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