Q1. What was Franz banking on to enter the class as he was late?
Q2.M. Hamel is introduced as a ruler-wielding teacher. This demonstrates that:
Q3. What does M. Hamel’s motionless posture reflect?
Q4. What is the moral that the Alphonse Daudet wants to bring out?
Q5. For the last two years, where did all the bad news come from?
Q6.What made Franz and the people realize about the preciousness of their mother tongue?
Q7.What distracted Franz in the chapter ‘The Last Lesson'?
Q8.M. Hamel emerges as a ____ when he teaches his last lesson.
Q9. “What a thunderclap these words to me!” Which poetic device is used in the above given line ?
Q10. The story ‘The Last Lesson' highlights which human tendency?
Q11. What were the things being taken for granted by the people of Alsace?
Q12. What does 'The Last Lesson' symbolise?
Q14. What do the marching soldiers under the windows represent?
Q15. From where did the orders come to teach only German in the districts of Alsace and Lorraine?
Q16. What does effects this story speaks about?
Q 17. Why was Franz reluctant to go to school?
Q18. What did Franz find on reaching the school?
Q 19. What did Franz notice on his way to school?
Q20. Why was Franz surprised?
Q21. Who occupied the back benches in the class?
Q22. Why was Franz feeling regretful and sad?
Q 23. Whom did M. Hamel blame for not sending students to school?
Q25. Why does Frana think of running away and spending the day out of doors? (Tick the false answer)
Q 26. Franz was in great dread of a scolding because:
Q27. "Don't go so fast. bub: you'll get to your school in plenty of time-what does this sentence speak of watcher the Blacksmith's intention for Franz?
Q28. What made Franz forget M. Hamel's ruler and crankiness?
Q29. What did Hauser bring?
Q 30. How does M. Hamel present the French language?
Q 31. Where did the parents send their children?
Q32. Why were the parents sending their children to the farms and mills?
Q 33. How did one order from Berlin change the entire scenario of the school?
Q 34. When people are enslaved, what key do they have to the prison, according to M. Hamel?
Q35. Why did the villagers come to meet M. Hamel in the school?
Q36. Why did Mr. M. Hamel call the French language the most beautiful?
Q 37. What was Franz expected to be prepared for at school that day?
Q 38. What did Franz notice that was unusual that day?
Q39. What had been put up on the Bulletin-Board that day?
Q40. What changes did the order from Berlin cause in school thatday?
Q41. What changed Franz's feelings about M. Hamel and school?
Q 42. Expression 'Thunder Clap" in the lesson means ..........
Q 43. "What a thunder clap these words were to me!" which were the words that shocked and surprised little Franz?
Q 44. "The Last Lesson" story was written in which year?
Q45. Don't go so fast, you will get to your school in plenty of time means ...........
Q 46. What was there in front of the Bulletin-Board?
Q.47. What bad news used to come from the Bulletin-Board?
Q 48. Which language would the students study from the next day?
Q49. What did Mr. Hamel bring for his class on his last day in the school?
Q50. "This is your last French lesson." How did Franz react to this declaration of M. Hamel?
Q51. What made Franz and the people realize about the preciousness of their mother tongue?
Q.52. What does the expression "in great dread of scolding" mean?
Q53. Why was Franz was shocked to see M. Hamel?
Q54. For how many years did M. Hamel serve the school?
Q 55. What do the last words "Vive La France" mean?
Q56. How did M. Hamel bid farewell to the students?
Q 57. What attitude of M. Hamel surprised Franz?
Q58 Who is the author of 'The Last Lesson?
Q59. Alphonse Daudet was from which country?
Q60.Franz looked for opportunities to skip school to do what?