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8th Class English Chapter 6 MCQ Test With Answer for English chapter 6

8th Class English Chapter 6 MCQ Test With Answer for English chapter 6

Sr. # Questions Answers Choice
1 Why ----------- he not play tomorrow?
  • A. did
  • B. does
  • C. will
  • D. has
2 The rhyming word of "cool " is:
  • A. Gold
  • B. Grey
  • C. Thing
  • D. Pool
3 Who did knock __________ the door?
  • A. on
  • B. at
  • C. over
  • D. out
4 The real telephone works very much like this tin can-and-string phone, but, of course, it does a lot better. The tin can-and-string phone sends sounds as vibrations while the real telephone sends sounds as electrical signals. These signals can travel long distances with the help of wires. These distances are much larger than those which the vibrations of the tin can-and-string telephone can cover. When you speak, you make sound waves and these sound waves go into the transmitter of your telephone. These sound waves change in to electrical signals which go to the other receiver and are there changed again into sound. That's how we can talk to each other on the telephone.The tin can-and--string phone sends sounds as:
  • A. electric currents
  • B. messages
  • C. sea currents
  • D. vibrations
5 Complete the sentence with appropriate preposition: __________ you say so, I believe it:
  • A. as
  • B. after
  • C. since
  • D. too
6 The synonym of the word "precious" is:
  • A. comfortable
  • B. valuable
  • C. respectable
  • D. belivable
7 Which is the compound word of the following?
  • A. possible
  • B. shelter
  • C. gentleman
  • D. night
8 The real telephone works very much like this tin can-and-string phone, but, of course, it does a lot better. The tin can-and-string phone sends sounds as vibrations while the real telephone sends sounds as electrical signals. These signals can travel long distances with the help of wires. These distances are much larger than those which the vibrations of the tin can-and-string telephone can cover. When you speak, you make sound waves and these sound waves go into the transmitter of your telephone. These sound waves change in to electrical signals which go to the other receiver and are there changed again into sound. That's how we can talk to each other on the telephone.the sound waves change into:
  • A. chemical compounds
  • B. electrical signals
  • C. atomic waves
  • D. mechanical motions
9 Minar-i-Pakistan is --------- than Qutab Minar.
  • A. higher
  • B. highest
  • C. the highest
  • D. high
10 Scot is a person who belongs to:
  • A. Ireland
  • B. Finland
  • C. Scotland
  • D. Mexico

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