Welcome to your Journey to the End of The Earth MCQs Mock Test of 12th Class Vistas
Q1- Why was Tishani Doshi filled with relief and wonder when she first set her foot on the continent?
2. Which programme was aimed to take high school students to the end of the world?
Q3- Tell the writer’s feelings on reaching the continent.
4. Why author selected The Journey to, Antarctica?
Q5- The objective of the Students on the Ice program was---
6. “Journey to the end of the Earth” revolves around _______
Q7- Tell the important indications of the future of humankind.
8. By what the study of our past is possible in Antarctica?
Q9- Gondwana refers to--
10. When do you know that the threat of global warming is very real?
Q11- What is the thing that made Tishani Doshi surprised?
12. What caused the disturbance in the silence of the continent?
Q13- Who was ‘Geoff Green’ in this lesson?
14. ‘And for humans, the prognosis isn’t good.’ This line means__________.
Q15- Tell the name of the Russian research vessel.
16. Name the figure of speech used in the line, “It’s like walking into a giant ping-pong ball”?
Q17- The author of the lesson is-----.
18. The author’s first emotion on facing Antarctica’s expansive white landscape was ____________.
Q19- Why is Antarctica completely pure?
20. Antarctica has been described as ___________.
Q21- The purpose of The Journey to the world’s most preserved place, Antarctica is to---.
22. If we want to know our earth, the human race and its past, present, and future where should we go?
Q23- In what way the geographical phenomena will help us to know the history of mankind?
24. What is phytoplankton?
25. Reasons of increasing global temperatures?
Q26- What is the reason behind Antarctica called restricted place?
27. What does the author compare the running and stretching of crabs to?
28. Why was the programme ‘Students on Ice ‘ a great success?
29. What were the writer’s feelings on reaching the continent?
30. How do the geographical phenomena help us?
31. How old are the records trapped in the layers of ice on Antarctica?
32. What are the important indications of the future of human kind?
Q33- Why is the Antarctica the right place to understand the past, present and future?
34. What wondered Tishani Doshi?
35. How many years back were India and Antarctica part of the same landmass?
Q36- Why did the author visit Antarctica?
37. Why is Antarctica a restricted place?
38. Why did Geoff decide to take high school students on the journey?
39. What history is in Antarctica?
40. Why did the author visit Antarctica?
41. How will the geographical phenomena help us to know the history of mankind?
42. What thing the lesson revolves around?
Q43- Why is a visit to Antartica important to understand the effect of global warming?
44. The life changing program in this chapter.
Q45- Which history is there in Antarctica?
46. The place where the world’s geological history is trapped.
Q47- Which programme aimed to take high school students to the end of the world?
48. Where does 90% of earth’s total ice exist?
Q49- Why did Geoff decide to take high school students on the journey?
Q50- Why has the author called her journey as Journey to the End of the Earth’?
Q51- How has the man created ruckus on the earth?