Chivvy Class | Class 7 MCQ Questions with Answers English Chapter 4

NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 7 English Honeycomb Poems Chivvy Class with Answers PDF Free Download based on the major ideas and themes presented in the textbook as per the CBSE new test pattern are available here. This will help you learn and test your understanding of the chapters. Students can also take a free test of Class 7 English Multiple Choice Questions. Each question has four possibilities, each of which is followed by the correct response. These MCQ Questions were chosen in accordance with the most recent CBSE exam format.

Q1.An adult say we always carry our own –

(1) Umbrella
(2) Hankie
(3) All of Above
(4)(ii) Bottle of water


Answer: Hankie.

Q2.Why would the child need a hankie?

(1) to clean his shoes
(2) to clean his face
(3) to clean his slate
(4) to clean his bag


Answer: to clean his face

Q3.Grownups told us to –

(1) Make less noise
(2) Make noise
(3) All of Above
(4) Remain silent


Answer: Make less noise.

Q4.What does walking by dragging feet suggest?

(1) shoes soul would be affected
(2) bad manners
(3) one of these
(4) feet may get hurt


Answer: bad manners

Q5.Grown up says to keep our hand

(1) Out of pour pockets
(2) Inside of our pockets
(3) All of Above
(4) Upon our pockets


Answer: Out of our pockets.

Q6.The children always remain

(1) teachers in the making
(2) the father of man
(3) both (b) and
(4) innocent and obedient


Answer: both and

Q7.Name the poem.

(1) Trees
(2) Chivvy
(3) The Squirrel
(4) Garden Snake


Answer: Chivvy

Q8.The children do not like

(1) the way grown-ups instruct them
(2) to study
(3) to be insulted
(4) good manners


Answer: the way grown-ups instruct them

Q9.Name the poet of the poem.

(1) M.B. Armstrong
(2) Shirley Bauer
(3) Michael Rosen
(4) D.J. Enright


Answer: Michael Rosen

Q10.The grownups teach the children

(1) communicative skills
(2) good manners
(3) to behave
(4) spoken English


Answer: good manners

Q11.In which stage is the listener?

(1) In a grown-up stage
(2) In the school going stage
(3) In the adult stage
(4) In infancy


Answer: In the school-going stage

Q12.The Instructions seem to

(1) offend the elders
(2) destroy their personality
(3) fall over deaf ears
(4) offend most of the children


Answer: offend most of the children

Q13.Write the opposite of stand.

(1) walk
(2) go
(3) run
(4) sit


Answer: sit

Q14.When the child doesnt want to reply, he Is asked to

(1) start a dialogue
(2) stop speaking
(3) train another child
(4) speak up


Answer: speak up

Q15.Grown –ups say we should speak up

(1) In a wrong moment
(2) When someone ask us something
(3) None
(4) In the middle of someone’s conversation


Answer: When someone ask us something

Q16.The grownups do not behave well. They them

(1) like
(2) bully
(3) hate
(4) love


Answer: bully

Q17.We should not pick our nose

(1) In anything
(2) In other’s matter
(3) None
(4) In our elder’s matter


Answer: In other’s matter.

Q18.The behavior of the grownups makes the child feel

(1) Irritated
(2) angry
(3) insulted
(4) happy


Answer: insulted

Q19.When someone do good with us we –

(1) Must ignore them
(2) Are likely to be told thank you
(3) None
(4) Should say welcome


Answer: Are likely to be told thank you.

Q20.The lesson of the poem Is that the grown ups must

(1) keep on behaving the way they do
(2) leave the child alone
(3) send the child to school
(4) Improve their behavior


Answer: Improve their behavior

Q21.When we lose our confident upon us grown –ups say –

(1) You’ll do nothing
(2) Go on, no one think us to be funny
(3)Show Answer
(4) Leave it, do not think about this


Answer: Go on, no one think us to be funny. make them responsible

(1)(c) to avoid insult
(2)(b) to behave properly
(3)Show Answer
(4)(d) to be a laughing stock


Answer: to behave properly

Q23.Make noise

(1)(c) Remain silent
(2)(b) Make less noise
(3)Show Answer
(4)(d) None


Answer: Make less noise.


(1)(c) both of them
(2)(b) active
(3)Show Answer
(4)(d) none of these


Answer: both of them


(1)(c) Curved
(2)(b) Bended
(3)Show Answer
(4)(d) None


Answer: Straight.

Q26.To behave In public one needs

(1) to groom himself
(2) to be well-mannered
(3) to be polite
(4) to take training


Answer: to be well-mannered

Q27.The child stops speaking when asked

(1) not to Interrupt
(2) to remain silent
(3) not to shout
(4) to start speaking


Answer: not to Interrupt

Q28.The above lines are addressed to

(1) the readers
(2) the audience
(3) the children
(4) the adults


Answer: the children

Q29.In the above lines, the speaker is

(1) false
(2) true
(3) partially correct
(4) partially wrong


Answer: true

Q30.The speaker does not allow

(1) the child to speak himself
(2) liberty in any action
(3) the child to remain quiet brain
(4) that he should use his own


Answer: liberty in any action

Q31.When there is no liberty, the child cannot

(1) make his own decision
(2) do his very best
(3) work to the maximum
(4) satisfy his desire of excelling


Answer: make his own decision

Q32.The constructions are given so that

(1) the children misbehave undisciplined
(2) the children become
(3) the children learn good manners
(4) the children become mature


Answer: the children learn good manners

Q33.Who have the habit of always Instructing the child?

(1) Grown ups
(2) Adolescents
(3) Parents
(4) Mothers


Answer: Grown ups

Q34.How far are the Instructions liked by the children?

(1) They are liked by most children children
(2) They are not liked by most
(3) They are liked by none of the children children
(4) They are not liked by some


Answer: They are not liked by most

Q35.All instructions given by the adults regarding noise—

(1) to behave properly
(2) to make them responsible
(3) to be a laughing stock
(4) to avoid insult


Answer: to behave properly

Q36.The child asked to stand straight to be—

(1) active
(2) attentive
(3) none of these
(4) both of them


Answer: both of them

Q37.Who is giving these instructions?

(1) an adult
(2) the poet
(3) the teacher
(4) a child


Answer: an adult

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