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CBSE Class 6 English - MCQ and Online Tests - A Pact with the Sun - Unit6 - The Monkey and the Crocodile

CBSE Class 6 English – MCQ and Online Tests – A Pact with the Sun – Unit 6 – The Monkey and the Crocodile

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CBSE Class 6 English – MCQ and Online Tests – A Pact with the Sun – Unit 6 – The Monkey and the Crocodile

Question 1.
The crocodile shed on losing his friend
(a) many tears
(b) real tears
(c) false tears
(d) fake tears

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 2.
The crocodile was unwilling to invite home
(a) the birds and animals
(b) the villagers nearby
(c) the monkey
(d) the monkeys

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 3.
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

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 4.
To betray a real friend
(a) is good
(b) is satisfying
(c) is fun
(d) is a sin

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 5.
The monkey was fortunate to find
(a) a monkey companion
(b) a companion in the crocodile’s wife
(c) crocodile’s children
(d) a companion in the crocodile

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 6.
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

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 7.
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.

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 8.
The monkey enjoyed his life as
(a) he ate only fruits
(b) he ate fruits of his choice
(c) he ate all fruits
(d) he ate fruits to his heart’s fill

Answer

Answer: (a)


Question 9.
The phrase ‘heaved a deep sigh’ means
(a) felt released
(b) felt refreshed
(c) took out hot air
(d) took a deep cold breath

Answer

Answer: (a)


Short Answers Type Questions:

Question 1.
What does the last sentence of the story suggest ? What would the crocodile tell his wife ?

Answer

The last sentence of the story suggests that the crocodile had learnt a lesson. He realized that he had lost a good friend because of his wife’s stupid desire. So it seems that the crocodile would rebuke his wife for her greed.


Question 2.
What did the two Mends generally talk about ?

Answer

The monkey and the crocodile were fast friends. They generally talked about birds and animals and villagers nearby. They also talked about their difficulties in raising crops when rain failed.


Question 3.
How was the monkey’s life on the tree ?

Answer

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.


Question 4.
How did the monkey save himself ?

Answer

The monkey told a lie that he did not carry his heart. It was still there in the tree. He asked the crocodile to carry him back on his back. He would bring his heart then. The foolish crocodile carried him to the river bank. The monkey jumped on the tree and saved himself.


Question 5.
Why was the crocodile’s wife annoyed with her husband one day ?

Answer

One day, the crocodile was held up longer than usual. The crocodile’s wife kept waiting for his return. The baby crocodiles troubled her. Therefore, she got annoyed with him.


Question 6.
The monkey was happy living in the fruit tree, but his happiness was not complete. What did he miss ?

Answer

The monkey was happy living alone in the fruit tree. He ate the fruit of his choice to his fill. However, his happiness was not complete. There was no one around, not even another monkey to talk to. Therefore, he missed a companion.


Question 7.
Why was the crocodile unwilling to invite his Mend home ?

Answer

The crocodile’s wife desired to eat the monkey or his heart. She ordered him to bring the monkey. He could not betray his friend. Therefore, he was unwilling to invite his friend (the monkey) home


Question 8.
What did the crocodile do with the fruit which the monkey gave him ?

Answer

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


Question 9.
What did the crocodile tell the monkey midstream ?

Answer

The crocodile carried the monkey on his back and reached the midstream. There he said to the monkey, “I’ve brought you here to kill you. My wife cannot survive without eating your heart.”


Question 10.
In the beginning the crocodile did not want to do what his wife wanted. Why ?

Answer

Crocodile’s wife wanted him to betray his friend. She wanted to eat the monkey’s heart. Crocodile did not want to do so. He loved his friend. Besides he considered it a sin to betray a friend.


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