The Ball Poem MCQs Mock Test of 10th Class First Flight

Welcome to your The Ball Poem MCQs Mock Test of 10th Class First Flight

Question 1. What is the boy playing with?
Question 2. Name the literary device used in “Merrily bouncing, down the street, and then Merrily over — there it is in the water!”
Question 3. Who is the poet of the poem ‘The Ball Poem’?
Question 4. Why are the boy’s eyes desperate?
Question 5. What does ‘in the world of possessions’ means?
Question 6. Where was the boy staring down?
Question 7. Name the literary device used in “And no one buys a ball back.”
Question 8. Why does the poet decide not to condole the boy?
Question 9. According to the poet, what is the child learning?
Question 10. What does a ball cost?
Q11. Name the literary device used in "And no one buys a ball back."
Q12. It is very difficult to deal with:
Q13. Who is the poet of the 'Ball Poem'?
Q 14. 'The Ball Poem' is about:
Q15. Name the literary device used in "Merrily bouncing, down the street, and then Merrily over-there it is in the water!"
Q16. How does the child react at the loss?
Q17. What does a ball cost?
Q18. What is the boy playing with?
Q19. Where does the ball go?
Q 20. According to the poet, what is the child learning?
Q21. Does the poet condole the boy?
Q 22. Why does the poet decide not to condole the boy?

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