On Destroying Books Unit 5 Solved MCQs Fsc Part 2 English

On destroying books solved MCQs of English F.sc part 2 chapter 5. All MCQs are collected from past papers of Punjab Boards Lahore, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Multan, Rawalpindi, ajk, and federal board.

On Destroying Books Unit 5 Solved MCQs

On Destroying Books (J.C. Squire)
Choose the correct option of the following underlined words from Book – II (Part-I):
The pedestrian was only a tramp: 2014) (RWP. GII, 2018)
(A) vagabond
(B) watchman
(D) guard
(C) volunteer

In my agony of decision, I left the embankment: (DGK. GII, 2015) (AJK. GI, 2016) (BWP. GI, 2017)
(A) pane
(B) pain
(C) sane
(D) help

I fervently hoped an air of rumination and unconcern: (FBD. GII, 2015)
(A) carefreeness
(B) carelessness
(C) thoughtfulness
(D) disturbance

There were few solitary travelers on the way: (MLN. GI, GRW. GII, 2014)
(A) lonely
(B) young
(C) educated

It was a tramp, who had other things to think about. (LHR. GI, 2016)
(A) addict
(B) thief
(C) beggar
(D) wanderer

Perhaps, he suspects I have swag in this sack. (SGD. GII, 2016)
(A) food
(B) stolen goods
(C) books
(D) stock things

The policeman looked suspicious: (LHR. GII, 2014) (AJK. GI, 2017)
(A) obnoxious
(B) doubtful
(C) certain
(D) clear

I fancied he looked suspicious: (LHR. GI, 2015)
(A) comforted
(B) peaceful
(C) doubtful
(D) hurry

It is sometimes difficult to find a scaffold for them. (FBD. GII, 2016)
(A) store
(C) gallows
(D) place

Many people were reluctant to throw away their books. (MLN. GI, 2017) (AJK. GI, 2018)
(A) wrathful
(B) happy
(C) wilful
(D) unwilling

The writer could not consume the books one by one in small study fire: (RWP. GI, 2015)
(A) deck
(B) decorate
(C) eat
(D) burn up

The books of poetry accumulated in the flat of the writer. (DGK. GII, 2017)
(A) catered
(B) scattered
(C) gathered
(D) floated

I improvised a sack and stuffed the books into it. (RWP. GII, 2014)
(A) provide
(B) searched
(C) bought
(D) spread

I trembled slightly: (MLN. GII, 2015)
(A) a little
(B) heavily
(C) violently
(D) terribly

He acquitted me, apparently. (SWL. GI, 2015)
(A) exonerated
(B) watched
(C) followed
(D) witnessed

The pedestrian came by him without looking at him: (DGK. GI, 2015)
(A) policeman
(B) soldier
(C) detective
(D) walker

He sat and pondered over his problem. (RWP. GII, 2015)
(A) saw
(B) thought
(C) ignored
(D) rejected

The policeman acquitted the writer. (FBD. GI, 2018)
(A) let go
(B) arrested
(C) stopped
(D) detained

There were few solitary travelers on the way. (GRW.GII, 2018)
(A) happy
(B) shivering
(C) lonely
(D) sad

He acquitted me. (BWP. GI, 20
(A) released
(B) ignored
(C) invited
(D) punished

Why this invidious reservation? (FBD. GII, 2018)
(A) Resentful
(B) Beautiful

The books were lying forlorn.
(A) comfortable
(B) deserted

There was a cold nip in the air. (SGD. GII, 2010
(A) Breeze
(B) Chill
(C) Previous
(D) Covered

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