1st Year English Lesson 7 The Use of Force Notes MCQs Short Questions

english 11th notes chapter 7

1. I could have torn the child apart in my own furry and enjoyed it. Here the word furry means

 
 
 
 

2. I told the parents that it was entirely up to them. The word entirely means

 
 
 
 

3. In the final unreasoning assault, I overpowered the child’s neck and jaws. Here the word assault means

 
 
 
 

4. The doctor ground his teeth in anger because__________.

 
 
 
 

5. Where did the parents have the sick girl? In the

 
 
 
 

6. How strong was the sick girl?

 
 
 
 

7. In the final unreasoning assault, I overpowered the child’s neck and jaws. Here the word overpowered means

 
 
 
 

8. How did the doctor approach the sick girl?

 
 
 
 

9. The doctor feared that the child might be suffering from diphtheria __________.

 
 
 
 

10. I know how to expose a throat for__________.

 
 
 
 

11. In the final unreasoning assault, I overpowered the child’s neck and jaws. Here the word unreasoning means

 
 
 
 

12. What was the trial shot of the doctor about the sick girl?

 
 
 
 

13. What did the doctor discover finally about the sick girl?

 
 
 
 

14. What was the effect of the sick girl’s attack on the doctor?

 
 
 
 

15. She had magnificent blond hair in profusion. Here the word magnificent means

 
 
 
 

16. The girl had _______hair.

 
 
 
 

17. The doctor was impressed by the _________ of the child.

 
 
 
 

18. The parents were __________as the girl knocked the doctor’s glasses flying?

 
 
 
 

19. The doctor had almost succeeded in opening the mouth of the girl but failed to see anything because __________.

 
 
 
 

20. The child did not respond to the doctor’s instructions because __________.

 
 
 
 

21. The condition of the parents of the arrival of the doctor was:

 
 
 
 

22. The parents of the sick child were eyeing the doctor up and down__________.

 
 
 
 

23. What disease had spread in the school where the sick girl went to?

 
 
 
 

24. How did the mother admonish the girl when the latter attacked the doctor?

 
 
 
 

25. Who is “I” in the story?

 
 
 
 

26. The doctor ground his teeth in:

 
 
 
 

27. The sick girl was shrieking__________.

 
 
 
 

28. The child was as strong as a _________ in appearance.

 
 
 
 

29. What sort of hair did the sick girl have?

 
 
 
 

30. How did the eyes of the sick girl look?

 
 
 
 

31. The doctor considered it a _____ to attack her.

 
 
 
 

32. The doctor approached the sick girl, speaking__________.

 
 
 
 

33. The doctor overpowered the child’s neck and:

 
 
 
 

34. At what part of the doctor’s body did the sick girl attack?

 
 
 
 

35. She tried to get off her father’s lap and fly at me while tears of defeat __________ her eyes.

 
 
 
 

36. The parents were nervous because__________.

 
 
 
 

37. How was the sick girl breathing?

 
 
 
 

38. Why did the doctor grind his teeth? He grounded his teeth at the word

 
 
 
 

39. The parents kept the sick girl in the kitchen because it was __________ there.

 
 
 
 

40. For how many days had the sick girl been ill?

 
 
 
 

41. How did the mother of the sick girl look?

 
 
 
 

42. I overpowered the child’s neck and jaws.

 
 
 
 

43. “I took a trial shot at it as a point of departure.” .Here the word trial shot means

 
 
 
 

44. The doctor took a “trial shot of it” means __________.

 
 
 
 

45. The doctor was impressed __________.

 
 
 
 

46. She had been on the __________ before but now she attacked.

 
 
 
 

47. She had magnificent blonde hair, in profusion. Here the word profusion means

 
 
 
 

48. Why did the parents keep the sick girl in the kitchen? Because it was ____

 
 
 
 

49. She shrieked terrifyingly. Here the word terrifyingly means

 
 
 
 

50. How did the sick girl look?

 
 
 
 

51. “It is very damp here sometimes.” .Here the word damp means

 
 
 
 

52. What was the trial shot of the doctor? He thought she had __________.

 
 
 
 

53. What was the first name of the sick girl?

 
 
 
 

54. She had fought valiantly to keep me away from knowing her secret. Here the word valiantly means

 
 
 
 

55. How many children had the doctor already seen died of diphtheria?

 
 
 
 

56. She was breathing rapidly. Here the word rapidly means

 
 
 
 

57. The sick child had magnificent__________ hair, in profusion.

 
 
 
 

58. The doctor feared that the girl may be suffering from:

 
 
 
 

59. “For heaven’s sake”, I broke in. Here the word broke in means

 
 
 
 

60. The face of the sick girl was flushed .Here the word flushed means

 
 
 
 

61. She had magnificent blond hair in profusion. Here the word profusion means

 
 
 
 

62. Where was the sick girl sitting?

 
 
 
 

63. The parents kept the sick child in the kitchen because it was a bit __________ there.

 
 
 
 

64. How did the parents feel at the sick girl’s attack on the doctor? They were

 
 
 
 

65. We were quite apparently thinking of that. Here the word apparently means

 
 
 
 

66. She had fought valiantly to keep me exposing her secret. Here the word valiantly means

 
 
 
 

67. The girl had been hiding the sore throat for _____days.

 
 
 
 

Short Questions

1. Did the girl change her expression when the doctor said, “Does your throat hurt you?
2. Did the sick girl promptly respond the instructions of the doctor?
3. How did the child look by appearance?
4. How did the doctor succeed in his struggle to diagnose the disease?
5. What did she do when the doctor forcibly opened her mouth?
6. What did the doctor say to the girl before opening her mouth by using the force?
7. What did the girl do when the doctor moved nearer her?
8. What was the behavior of the child with the doctor?
9. What was the condition of the girl?
10. What was the condition of the parents on the arrival of the doctor?
11. What was the condition of the tonsils of the sick girl??
12. What was the sick girl doing when the doctor arrived?
13. What was the threat of the doctor to the child for not showing her throat?
14. When did the mother say when the girl didn’t act upon the advice of the doctor?
15. Why did she break the wooden blade?
16. Why did the doctor become furious? 
17. Why did the doctor call the girl by her first name?
18. Why did the parent keep the sick child in the kitchen?
19. Why did the parents rebuke her?

Long Questions

“1. Translate the following passage into Urdu. (Short Stories Book-I)

The child was fairly eating me up with her cold steady eyes, and no expression on her face whatever. She did not move and seemed, inwardly, quiet; an unusually attractive little thing, and as strong as a heifer in appearance. But her face was flushed, she was breathing rapidly, and I realized that she had a high fever. She had magnificent blonde hair, in profusion. One of those picture children often reproduced in advertising leaflets and the photogravure sections of the Sunday papers. “
“2. Translate the following passage into Urdu. (Short Stories Book-I)

Then I grasped the child’s head with my left hand and tried to get the wooden tongue depressor between her teeth. She fought, with clenched teeth desperately! But now I also had grown furious-at a child. I tried to hold myself down but I couldn’t. I know how to expose a throat for inspection. And I did my best. When finally I got the wooden spatula behind the last teeth and just the point of it into the mouth cavity, she opened up for an instant but before I could see anything she came down and gripped the wooden blade between her molars.”
“3. Translate the following passage into Urdu. (Short Stories Book-I)

As I moved my chair a little nearer, suddenly with one catlike movement, both her hands clawed instinctively for my eyes and she almost reached them too. In fact she knocked my glasses flying and they fell, though unbroken, several feet away from me in the kitchen floor. Both the mother and father almost turned themselves inside out in embarrassment and apology. “You bad girl,” said the mother, taking her and shaking her by one arm. “Look what you’ve done. The nice man….””
“4. Translate the following passage into Urdu. (Short Stories Book-I)

In the final unreasoning assault, I overpowered the child’s neck and jaws. I forced the heavy silver spoon back of her teeth and down her throat till she gagged. And there it was-both tonsils covered with membrane. She had fought valiantly to keep me from knowing her secret. She had been hiding that sore throat for three days at least and lying to her parents in order to escape just such an outcome as this. Now truly she was furious. She had been on the defensive before but now she attacked. Tried to get off her father’s lap and fly at me while tears of defeat blinded her eyes.”
“5. Translate the following passage into Urdu. (Short Stories Book-I)

The child was fully dressed and sitting on her father’s lap near the kitchen table. He tried to get up, but I motioned for him not to bother. I could see that they were all very nervous, eyeing me up and down distrustfully. As often, in such cases, they weren’t telling me more than they had to, it was up to me to tell them; that’s why they were spending three dollars on me. The child was fairly eating me up with her cold steady eyes, and no expression on her face whatever. She did not move and seemed, inwardly, quiet; an unusually attractive little thing, and as strong as a heifer in appearance.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *