A Tale of Two Birds Class 6 MCQ Questions with Answers English Chapter 1

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Q1.The two baby birds got separated as

(1) the mother took one of them
(2) the rishi took one of them
(3) the strong wind blew them away
(4) the king took one of them


Answer: the strong wind blew them away

Q2.The new bom babies lived

(1) with their mother
(2) in comfort
(3) in an ashram
(4) in a lovely cave


Answer: with their mother

Q3.The cave was inhabited by

(1) the rabbits
(2) the lions
(3) the rishi
(4) the robbers


Answer: the robbers

Q4.The second bird made his nest

(1) on a tree near the rishi’s ashram
(2) near the rishi’s ashram
(3) at a comfortable habitat
(4) where the mother lived


Answer: on a tree near the rishi’s ashram

Q5.The two babies grew up

(1) to become the owners
(2) to be wild
(3) in the mother’s nest
(4) in different environments


Answer: in different environments

Q6.The king got amazed as the birds

(1) looked alike
(2) spoke like humans
(3) shouted at him.
(4) did not look the same


Answer: looked alike

Q7.The company one keeps.

(1) is decided by fate
(2) is decided by parents
(3) tells what you are
(4) has to be good


Answer: tells what you are

Q8.Which one of the following sums up the story best ?

(1) One is known by the company one keeps.
(2) A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.
(3) None
(4) A friend in need is a friend indeed.


Answer: ‘One is known by the company one keeps’ sums up the story best.

Q9.Where did the bird and her new born babies live?

(1) in a farm
(2) in a house
(3) in a burrow
(4) in a forest


Answer: in a forest

Q10.Who lived in the forest?

(1) A tiger
(2) A bird
(3) None
(4) A lion


Answer: A bird.

Q11.What for did the king come to the forest?

(1) amusement
(2) hunting
(3) none of these
(4) resting


Answer: hunting

Q12.What did the king see on the tree?

(1) A nest
(2) A monkey
(3) None
(4) A bird


Answer: A bird.

Q13.What did the king see in the forest?

(1) a deer
(2) a tiger
(3) a rabbit
(4) a lion


Answer: a deer

Q14.The king sat down –

(1) Inside the tree
(2) Under a tree
(3) None
(4) Outside the cave


Answer: Under a tree.

Q15.Where did the king go?

(1) to a temple
(2) to a house
(3) to a cave
(4) to a palace


Answer: to a cave

Q16.What was blew the two baby birds away to the other side of the forest?

(1) A strong storm
(2) A week Storm
(3) None
(4) A week wind


Answer: A strong wind.

Q17.Whom did he see there?

(1) a guard
(2) a brown bird
(3) a holy man
(4) a wicked man


Answer: a brown bird

Q18.The two baby birds made separate nests as

(1) they were not destined to be together
(2) they did not love each other
(3) they could not stay together
(4) they were under a major spell


Answer: they were not destined to be together

Q19.Who said this, Quick! Hurry up! Come and take his jewels and his horse.

(1) the guard
(2) the wicked man
(3) none of these
(4) the wicked brown bird


Answer: the wicked brown bird

Q20.The mother bird

(1) fell down the nest
(2) could not help flying
(3) was killed unluckily
(4) kept helping the little ones


Answer: was killed unluckily

Q21.One day there was a –

(1) Thunder lighting
(2) Strom
(3) All of these
(4) Rain


Answer: All of these.

Q22.Where did the king go next?

(1) to a palace
(2) to a house
(3) to a temple
(4) to an ashram


Answer: to an ashram

Q23.The king got afraid as

(1) a bullet was shot
(2) the bird talked like robbers
(3) his horse was lost
(4) a strong wind blew


Answer: the bird talked like robbers

Q24.The bird colour was –

(1) Red
(2) Gray
(3) None
(4) Brown


Answer: Brown

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