MCQ on Class 6 English Chapter 6 The Monkey and the Crocodile with Answers

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Q1. The monkey was happy but ——?

(a) Lonely
(b) Wanted a companion
(c) Both A and B

(c) Both A and B


Q2. The monkey was ……………

(a) clever
(b) active
(c) foolish
(d) sensible

(d) sensible


Q3. The wife was greedy as

(a) she wished to eat everything
(b) she demanded money
(c) she demanded sweet fruits
(d) she demanded to eat monkey’s heart

(a) she wished to eat everything


Q4. How was the monkey’s life on the tree?

(a) Happy and comfortable
(b) Happy but lonely
(c) Happy and interesting

(b) Happy but lonely


Q5. What did the monkey tell his friend, he had forgotten to bring?

(a) a fruit
(b) his heart
(c) some vegetables
(d) a gift

(b) his heart


Q6. On reaching the midstream, the crocodile announced

(a) I’ll kill you now
(b) I’ll roll myself in the water
(c) Take care ! You’ll be drowned
(d) I’ll not go any further

(a) I’ll kill you now


Q7. Why was the monkey lonely?

(a) There was no one lived around him
(b) He did not like to talk with others
(c) None of these

(a) There was no one lived around him


Q8. What did the monkey give to the crocodile for his wife?

(a) some stones
(b) something in a box
(c) some fruits
(d) nothing

(c) some fruits


Q9. How was the monkey’s life on the tree ?

The monkey’s life on the tree was happy but lonely. Although he had enough to eat, he had no one to talk to. He needed a companion.


Q10. What did the crocodile do with the fruit which the monkey gave him ?

The crocodile ate the fruit himself. Then he carried some fruit for his wife too.


Q11. The crocodile was foolish as

(a) he told the monkey his secret
(b) he carried the monkey to the river bank
(c) he carried the monkey on his back
(d) he did not carry the monkey back.

(a) he told the monkey his secret


Q12. The phrase ‘heaved a deep sigh’ means

(a) felt released
(b) felt refreshed
(c) took out hot air
(d) took a deep cold breath

(a) felt released


Q13. The crocodile shed on losing his friend

(a) many tears
(b) real tears
(c) false tears
(d) fake tears

(a) many tears


Q14. To betray a real friend

(a) is good
(b) is satisfying
(c) is fun
(d) is a sin

(a) is good


Q15. The monkey enjoyed his life as

(a) He ate only fruits
(b) He ate fruits of his choice
(c) He ate all fruits

(b) He ate fruits of his choice


Q16. How did the monkey go to the crocodile’s home?

(a) dived in the water
(b) travelled in a boat
(c) rode on crocodile’s back
(d) none of these

(c) rode on crocodile’s back


Q17. The crocodile’s wife was angry as the crocodile

(a) was drowning
(b) was enjoying a bath in the river
(c) was held up longer than usual
(d) took care of her babies

(a) was drowning


Q18. Where did the crocodile live?

(a) On the bank of river
(b) On a tree in the middle of the river
(c) Inside the river
(d) Both b and c

(d) Both b and c


Q19. When did the crocodile tell the truth to monkey?

(a) at the beginning
(b) in the middle of river
(c) after reaching home
(d) at the end of the river

(b) in the middle of river


Q20. The crocodile was unwilling to invite home

(a) the birds and animals
(b) the villagers nearby
(c) the monkey
(d) the monkeys

(a) the birds and animals


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