8th Class English Mcqs Notes


MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
TIME ALLOWED: 1 hour 40 minutes
Specific Instructions: Forty (40) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are given in this part. Attempt all questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q. No.1. He is ______ educated man.
(a) the (b) a
(c) an (d) on
Q. No.2. At the end of every question/interrogative sentence, we put a ______.
(a) full stop (b) comma
(c) question mark (d) capital letter
Q. No.3. _______ you help me to solve this question tomorrow.
(a) did (b) was
(c) will (d) are
Q. No.4. The group of words which consists of all the months in a year is.
(a) Monday, April, June (b) Sunday, Monday, June
(c) Monday, Tuesday, April (d) April, May, June
Q. No.5. There was ________ milk in the Jug.
(a) Any (b) More
(c) Most (d) Some
Q. No.6. Iron is one of the _______ metals.
(a) Hard (b) Harder
(c) Hardest (d) More Hard
Q. No.7. I saw the man _________ was knocking at the door.
(a) What (b) Which (c) When (d) Who
Q. No.8. Hazrat Umar (R.A) was a very daring man. “Daring” means
(a) Intelligent (b) Honest
(c) Hard Working (d) Brave
Q. No.9. Climbs to the crest
Of a gust and pulls
“Crest” means
(a) Highest Point (b) Lowest Point
(c) No Point (d) Starting Point
Q. No.10. He began to learn his lesson by ________.
(a) Wear and Tear (b) Ways and Means
(c) Heart and Soul (d) By no means
Q. No.11. The present day computers are _________ the previous ones.
(a) Small (b) Smaller than
(c) Smaller (d) Smallest
Q. No.12. He got first division _________ he had worked hard.
(a) But (b) Also
(c) Because (d) And
Q. No.13. Then soars like a ship
With only a sail
“Soars” means
(a) Goes down (b) Rises up
(c) Travels (d) Sails
Q. No.14. The sentence in “Past Indefinite” is
(a) She loves her lamb very much
(b) She loved her lamb very much
(c) She was loving her lamb very much
(d) She had loved her lamb very much
Q. No.15. The dogs bark while lambs________.
(a) Bleat (b) Roar
(c) Neigh (d) Mew
Q. No.16. Their grandfather died. They ________ him in the graveyard.
(a) Bury (b) Buried
(c) Buries (d) Burying
Q. No.17. I did not like the food you ________ yesterday.
(a) Cooked (b) Cooks
(c) Cook (d) Cooking
Q. No.18. _______string goes slack, you wind it back.
(a) Slack (b) Wind
(c) String (d) When
Q. No.19. Have you _______ studying in this school for four years?
(a) Were (b) Been
(c) Be (d) Being
Q. No.20. We must use all _______ to educate people.
(a) Ways and Means (b) Wear and Tear
(c) Thick and Thin (d) Heart and Soul
Q. No.21. The word with correct spellings is
(a) Deficency (b) Deficiensy
(c) Deficiency (d) Defesency
Q. No.22. The sentence with correct opposites is
(a) There were many pretty toys but one was ugly.
(b) Mother was going with her son.
(c) Hockey is played by Pakistan and India.
(d) We play football and cricket.
Q. No.23. The sentence with correct use of either/or is
(a) We can converse through either English or Urdu.
(b) We can converse through English either or Urdu.
(c) We either can converse through English or Urdu.
(d) We can converse either through English or Urdu.
Q. No.24. The word with correct spellings is
(a) Teliphone (b) Telephon
(c) Telefon (d) Telephone
Q. No.25. I am looking ________ shelter.
(a) for (b) to (c) by (d) from
Q. No.26. The correct proverb is
(a) Every dark cloud has a dark lining.
(b) Every dark cloud has a silver lining.
(c) Every cloud has a dark and silver lining
(d) Every dark and silver could has a lining
Q. No.27. The correct interrogative structure is
(a) Where he has been living for ten years?
(b) Where he has living been for ten years?
(c) Where has he been living for ten years?
(d) Has he where been living for ten years?
Q. No.28. The sentence with the correct use of conjunction is
(a) He was ill but he went to the doctor.
(b) He was ill because he went to the doctor.
(c) He was ill so he went to the doctor.
(d) He was ill yet he went to the doctor.
Q. No.29. I have seen all important cities ______ Quetta.
(a) Axcept (b) Except
(c) Accept (d) Eccept
Q. No.30. The sentence with the correct use of neither/nor is
(a) You can play neither hockey nor football.
(b) You can neither play hockey nor football.
(c) You neither can play hockey nor football.
(d) You cannot play neither hockey nor football.
Q. No.31. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence, “Breathing is a sign of life” is
Q. No.32. The sentence with the correct use of neither/nor is
(a) You can neither study science or art.
(b) You either can study science or arts.
(c) Either you can study science or arts.
(d) You can study either science or arts.
Q. No.33. The sentence in correct past perfect is
(a) The patient died before the doctor came.
(b) The patient died before the doctor had come.
(c) The patient had died before the doctor came.
(d) The patient had died before the doctor comes.
Q. No.34. The correct passive of the sentence “She opened many schools for children.” is
(a) Many schools have been opened for children by her.
(b) Many schools are opened for children by her.
(c) Many schools opened for children by her.
(d) Many schools were opened for children by her.
Q. No.35. Sadiq said to the teacher, “I will bring those pictures.” The correct indirect of the above sentence is
 (a) Sadiq told the teacher that I would bring those pictures.
(b) Sadiq told the teacher that he would bring those pictures.
(c) Sadiq told the teacher that he will bring those pictures.
(d) Sadiq told the teacher that I brought those pictures.
Q. No.36. The correct active voice of the sentence “Nurses are employed by the state”
(a) State has employed the nurses.
(b) State is employing the nurses.
(c) State employees the nurses.
(d) State will employee the nurses.
Q. No.37. The boy said, “I don’t believe the bones are real”. The correct indirect sentence is
(a) The boy told that I didn’t believe the bones are real.
(b) The boy told that he didn’t believe the bones were real.
(c) The boy told that he didn’t believe the bones are real.
(d) The boy told that he don’t believe the bones are real.
Q. No.38. The correct translation of Urdu sentence is
(a) He likes to go for a morning walk.
(b) He goes for a morning walk.
(c) He liked to go for a morning walk.
(d) He is going for a morning walk.
Q. No.39. The sentence with correct use of adverb is
(a) The mother looked pridely at her son.
(b) The mother looked proud at her son.
(c) The mother looked pride at her son.
(d) The mother looked proudly at her son.
Q. No.40. The correct Urdu translation of the sentence,
“English has become an international language.” Is

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