English 100 marks class 12th chapter 8 Important question answer


English 100 marks class 12th chapter 8 Important question answer

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Bihar board Important Questions for Class 12th  English Chapter Wise

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English class 12th  chapter 1 important objective question. 12th English objective question for board exam. bseb English class 12th  chapter 8. 8 chapter objective question of English class 12th .

1.How free is the press is…

  • (A) an essay                         
  • (B) a short story
  • (C) a drama                           
  • (D )a fiction
  • Ans:A

2.Who was an essayist, playwright, poet?

  • (A) Shiga Naoya                   
  • (B) Dorothy L Sayers
  • (C) HE Bates                        
  • (D) Anton Chekhov
  • Ans:B

3.Every ……….. lives in a perpetual precarious balance.

  • (A) book                                
  • (B) story
  • (C) newspaper                      
  • (D) man
  • Ans:C

4.How Free is the Press is written by

  • (A) HE Bates                         
  • (B) Dr. Zakir Hussain
  • (C) Dorothy L Sayers                       
  • (D) Bertrand Russell
  • Ans:C

5. …… are careful not to antagonize the press.

  • (A) Politicians                        
  • (B) Teachers
  • (C) Doctors                           
  • (D) Traders
  • Ans:A

6. The …… Press is, under ordinary conditions, singularly free.

  • (A) Indian                              
  • (B) European
  • (C) Chinese                          
  • (D) British
  • Ans:D

7.Miss Sayers said she would write no more plays, except on ……

  • (A) commission                    
  • (B) politics
  • (C) culture                             
  • (D) sports
  • Ans:A

8.Who assume that readers can be made to believe anything?

  • (A) Hitler and Northclife
  • (B) Mussolini and Southclife
  • (C) John & Mohan
  • (D) Rakesh and Abdullah
  • Ans:A

9.Fact is a deity invoked by the my in the last.

  • (A) people                             
  • (B) animal
  • (C) bird                                  
  • (D) Govt.
  • Ans:A

10.Proprietor of the newspaper has …..

  • (A) interest of the people
  • (B) national interest
  • (C) social interest
  • (D) personal interest
  • Ans:D

11.The Press can make or break

  • (A) Colony                             
  • (B) People
  • (C) Reputation                      
  • (D) Garbling   
  • Ans:C

12.Every newspaper is shakled to its own set of

  • (A) Landlords                                    
  • (B) Overloads
  • (C) Overlords                                    
  • (D) Nigtarem
  • Ans: C

13.Dorothy was born in….

  • (A) 1883                                
  • (B) 1893
  • (C) 1873                                
  • (D) 1863
  • Ans: B

14.Dorothy died in….

  • (A) 1967                                
  • (B) 1958
  • (C) 1956                                
  • (D) 1957
  • Ans: D

15.Who is the master of the state ?

  • (A) Government                    
  • (B) Press
  • (C) Court                               
  • (D) People
  • Ans: D

16.For the freedom of the press, we usually mean freedom from direction or

  • (A)scandal                            
  • (B) foment
  • (C) censorship                      
  • (D) discard
  • Ans: C

17.Under ordinary conditions, which press is singularly , free, as mentioned in the essay

  • (A) European Press
  • (B) American Press
  • (C) British Press                   
  • (D) Indian Press
  • Ans: C

18.A free and fair press is the true watchdog of….

  • (A) state                                 
  • (B) family
  • (C) court                                
  • (D) democracy
  • Ans: D

19.In the following essay ‘How Free Is The Press’, the author makes a strong case against

  • (A) Chained press
  • (B) Slavery
  • (C) Misuse of the freedom of the press
  • (D) Rude editors
  • Ans: C

20.What do free people take for granted ?

  • (A) Free home                      
  • (B) Free schools
  • (C) Free press                      
  • (D) Free pass
  • Ans: C

21.When Dorothy L. Sayers became one of the first women to graduate from Oxford University?

  • (A)1915                                 
  • (B)1918
  • (C)1919                                 
  • (D)1920
  • Ans:A

22.Full freedom is restored when it comes

  • (A) war                                   
  • (B) famine
  • (C) peace                              
  • (D) blood
  • Ans:C

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