NCERT MCQ Questions for Class 7 English Honeycomb Poems Garden Snake 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.The poet ran away due to the presence of
(1) a monkey
(2) a chameleon
(3) the beehive
(4) a snake
Answer: a snake
Q2.The speaker ran away to saw the snake because –
(1) He knows that snakes are very dangerous
(2) He did not like them
(4) It looks very frightful
Answer: He knows that snakes are very dangerous.
Q3.Name the poem.
(2) Garden Snake
(3) The Squirrel
(4) The Shed
Answer: Garden Snake
Q4.The snake rouses the sense of In the human beings
Q5.His mother says to him about the snake that –
(1) He should stay away from this kind of creature
(2) This kind of snake is good
(4) It is dangerous for us
Answer: This kind of snake is good.
Q6.Name the poet of the poem.
(1) Shirley Bauer
(2) M.B. Armstrong
(3) Muriel L. Sonne
(4) D.J. Enright
Answer: Muriel L. Sonne
Q7.The mother told that a garden snake was
(3) their guest
Q8.His mother says these kind of good snakes eat –
(1) Minor creatures
Q9.Who are they here?
(1) Poet and his mother
(2) The people
(3) Some children
(4) Some snakes
Answer: The people
Q10.The poet learn a lesson to
(1) stand aside quietly
(2) hit the snake
(3) wait for the guest
(4) run away
Answer: stand aside quietly
Q11.When the snake wiggles in the grass the speaker –
(1) Hide behind the tree
(2) Stand aside and watch him to pass
(4) Run away to his room
Answer: Stand aside and watch him to pass.
Q12.Which snake is mother talking about?
(2) Garden snake
(4) Rattle snake
Answer: Garden snake
Q13.The popular belief is that the
(1) fangs of the snake are dangerous
(2) snake-bite kills a human being
(3) both (a) and (b)
(4) snakes guard wealth
Answer: snake-bite kills a human being
Q14.While the speaker watch the snake pass through the grass, he tell himself –
(1) Don’t fear it’s not harmful dear
(2) There’s no mistake, it is just a harmless garden snake
(4) Do not go near to the snake, it can be very harmful
Answer: There’s no mistake, it is just a harmless garden snake.
Q15.Give the meaning of wiggles.
Q16.The term used for the movement of the snake is
(3) both (a) and (b)
Q17.A snake moves in a –
(1) Direct way
(2) Straight way
(4) Serpentine way
Answer: Serpentine way.
Q18.Why are snakes dangerous, according to you?
(1) because their venom is poisonous
(2) because they look very dangerous
(3) both ‘a’ and ‘b’
(4) because they make terrible sounds
Answer: both ‘a’ and ‘b’
Q19.The poet thought that the snake
(1) could bite and kill him
(2) was king cobra
(3) would move towards the mongoose
(4) would chase him
Answer: could bite and kill him
Q20.The garden snake
(1) lives In the garden
(2) eats insects
(3) is afraid of human beings
(4) Is venomous
Answer: eats insects
Q21.The mother told him
(1) to fight the snake
(2) to stand stiff
(3) not to be afraid
(4) to hold the snake
Answer: not to be afraid
Q22.What does the wiggling of the snake mean?
(1) moving loftily his head left and right
(2) winking at other animals
Answer: moving loftily his head left and right
Q23.What does the poet mean by Theres no mistake?
(1) that there is no harm in standing there
(2) snake won’t bite
(3) that everything is correct
(4) that some mistakes can be made
Answer: that there is no harm in standing there