Leela’s Friend MCQ Question-Answer
Data Bank & MCQs
Data Bank of Leela’s Friend:
(i) Writer: R K Narayan (1906-2001)
(ii) Source: Lawley Road (Originally), but Malgudi Days (Later)
(iii) Setting: Probably in the town of Malgudi
(iv) Main Characters: Leela, Sidda, Mr Sivasanker and Mrs Sivasanker
(v) Leela: Only child (five-year-old daughter) of Mr and Mrs Sivasanker
(vi) Sidda: A servant in Mr Sanker’s household
(vii) Mr Sivasanker: A rich man
(viii) Mrs Sivasanker: An ordinary housewife
(ix) Sidda worked before: in a doctor’s house
(x) Sidda was given by Mr Sanker: Two meals a day and four rupees a month
(xi) Sidda had to: Wash clothes, tend the garden, run errands, chop wood and look after Leela
(xii) Sidda and Leela played: With a red ball
(xiii) Leela held a class: For Sidda at dusk
(xiv) Leela’s box contained: Catalogues, illustrated books and stumps of pencils.
(xv) At bed time Sidda used to tell Leela: Incomparable stories of animals in the jungle, of gods in heaven, of magicians who could conjure up golden cstles and fill them with little princesses and their pets.
(xvi) Sidda slept: Outside the house
(xvii) Leela accompanied: Sidda when he went out to buy sugar one evening
(xviii) Leela’s mother noticed: That a gold chain Leela had been wearing was missing when she came home with Sidda.
(xix) Sidda was accused of: Stealing the gold chain
(xx) A complaint was lodged: By Mr Sivasanker to the police.
(xxi) Sidda was arrested: Four days later
(xxii) Ultimately the chain was found inside: A tamarind pot by Mrs Sivasanker
MCQ From Leela’s Frined
1. After dinner Leela ran to ____
(a) her bed (b) Sidda’s bed (c) the well (d) the veranda.
Ans: (a) her bed
2. Sidda’s company made Leela —
(a) excited (b) unhappy (c) morose (d) happy.
Ans: (d) happy
3. Leela took Sidda’s class during —
(a) evening (b) dusk (c) afternoon (d) morning.
Ans: (b) dusk
4. Before taking a decision to appoint Sidda Mr. Sivasanker called on his —
(a) daughter (b) police officer (c) wife (d) friend.
Ans: (c) wife
5. Leela lost her —
(a) palinurn chain (b) silver chain (c) gold chain (ci) dall.
Ans: (c) gold chain
6. “Leela made a noise of depreciation”. Here the word depreciation’ means—
(a) agreement (b) disagreement (c) indifference (d) praise.
Ans: (b) disagreement
7. Mr. Sivasanker considered Sidda as a / an —
(a) thief (b) dacoit (c) old criminal (d) smuggler.
Ans: (c) old criminal
8. The gold chain was found in the
(a) suitcase (b) the bedroom (c) tamarind pot (d) none of them.
Ans: (c) tamarind pot
9. Sidda’s salary was —
(a) Two meals a day (b) two rupees a day(c) two meals a day and tour rupees a day (d) two meals a day and four rupees a month.
Ans: (d) two meals a day and four rupees a month
10. Sidda got the job in the house of —
(a) Mr. yet (b) Mr. Narayan (c) Mr. Svasanker (d) Mc Subrarnanlyarn.
Ans: (c) Mr. Svasanker
12. Now this has touched the moon—What according to the speaker, has touched the moon —
(a) the red ball (b) the coconut (c) the wall (d) the rose plant.
Ans: (a) the red ball
13. ‘’the fellow looked queer”. Here the word ‘queer” means —
(a) strange (b) unnatural (c) mischievous (d) natural.
Ans: (a) strange
14. The police inspector considered Sidda to be a —
(a) thief (b) dacoit (c) old criminal (d) smuggler.
Ans: (c) old criminal
15. The source of the story is from —
(a) Malgudi Days (b) The Guide (c) Swami and friends (d) None of these.
Ans: (a) Malgudi Days
16. Sidda was taken to
(a) prison (b) home (c) jail (d) lock up.
Ans: (d) lock up
17. Sidda was arrested by the po!ice
(a) 3 days (b) 4 days (c) 5 days (d) 7 days after the incident.
Ans: (b) 4 days
18. Leelas mother found the gold chain in —
(a) turmeric pot (b) red chilli pot (c) black pepper pot (d) tamarind pot.
Ans: (d) tamarind pot
19. Sidda previously worked in —
(a) the doctor’s house (b) the teacher’s house(c) the lawyer’s house (d) the farmer’s house.
Ans: (a) the doctor’s house
20. Mr. Sivasanker finally –
(a) employed Sidda (b) dismissed Sidda (c) felt sorry for blaming Sidda (d) asked Sidda for forgiveness.
Ans: (b) dismissed Sidda
21. Sidda lost his job at the doctor’s house because
(a) he stole money (b) He was terribly ill (c) he was not given proper salary (d) the doctor left the town.
Ans: (d) the doctor left the town
22. The chain was put in the tamarind pot by —
(a) Sidda (b) Leela (c) Sivasanker (d) Leela’s mother.
Ans: (b) Leela
23. What did Leela check out with the ball that was thrown —
(a) the colour (b) the shape (c) traces of the moon (d) the conditions.
Ans: (c) traces of the moon
24. ‘At any rate the fellow looks tidy”. Who is referred to here?
The person referred to is — –
(a) Sidda (b) Mr. Sivasanker (c) police inspector (d) Leela.
Ans: (a) Sidda
25. Sivasanker was a man of—
(a) high judgement (b) good humour (c) suspicious mentality (d) analytical mind.
Ans: (c) suspicious mentality
26. Sidda slept —
(a) in Leela’s room (b) in the drawing room (c) servants’ quarter (d) outside the house.
Ans: (d) outside the house
27. Mr. Sivasanker was concerned about –
(a) financial problem (b) servant problem (c) water problem (d) family problem.
Ans: (b) servant problem
28. “At any rate, the fellow looks tidy”. Here “tidy” means—
(a) neat and clean (b) tight (o) tedious (d) filthy.
Ans: (a) neat and clean
29. “Do not go near him” — This was said by
(a) Leela’s mother (b) Sivasanker (c) the Inspector (d) the constable.
Ans: (c) the Inspector
30. Leela firmly believed that Sidda
(a) knew God (b) knew the moon (c) knew the stars (d) knew the sun.
Ans: (b) knew the moon
31. Sidda seemed to be –
(a) a thief (b) a dacoit (c) timid (d) a shy boy.
Ans: (d) a shy boy
32. Sidda felt more interested in —
(a) story telling (b) education (c) stealing (d) fishing
Ans: (a) story telling
33. The chain was found by
(a) Sidda (b) Leela’s mother (c) Sivasanker (d) the inspector.
Ans: (b) Leela’s mother
34. Leela as a child was —
(a) fidgety (b) playful (c) whimsical (d) whining.
Ans: (b) playful
35. The thing lost by Leela was a –
(a) gold ring (b) gold chain (c) gold button (d) gold necklace.
Ans: (b) gold chain
36. Sidda was a –
(a) manager (b) landlord (c) school-boy (d) servant.
Ans: (d) servant
37. Leela was –
(a) 3 years old (b) 4 years old (c) 5 years old (d) 6 years old.
Ans: (c) 5 years old
38. The inspector was a —
(a) dutiful man (b) kind man (c) arrogant man (d) haughty man.
Ans: (a) dutiful man
39. According to Sidda, the doctor lived near —
(a) the hospital (b) the court (c) the market (d) the village.
Ans: (c) the market
40. Leela was put to sleep by —
(a) Sidda’s stories (b) Sidda’s song (c) mother’s song (d) father’s stories.
Ans: (a) Sidda’s stories
41. “though an adept at controlling the moon . Here the word ‘adept’ means—
(a) accomplished (b) adopt (c) ordinary (d) unskilled.
Ans: (a) accomplished
42. Leela inserted the chain into the tamarind pot.
(a) unknowingly (b) whimsically (c) thoughtfully (d) intentionally.
Ans: (a) unknowingly
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