Bihar 12th English Objective: A Child Born

By | January 29, 2021

Question. The hospital was very uncooperative about-
(A) Providing meals
(B) Exploit childbirth
(C) Breast-feeding
(D) Giving medicines

 

Question.  Clearly infant and mother mortality is greater in-
(A) Traditional births
(B) Untraditional births
(C) Particular births
(D) Prevented births

 

Question.  Married women do not become members of their new family until they have-
(A) Started cooking
(B) Started to earn
(C) Mix with others
(D) Bom a child

 

Question.  Who are all assumed to be uqjust and vindictive ?
(A) Husbands
(B) Fathers-in-law
(C) Husband’s brothers
(D) Mothers-in-law

 

Question.  That a woman could lose her own name and become known as the mother of her first-born, is regarded in west as-
(A) Outreach
(B) Outrageous
(C) Outpart
(D) Outreach

 

Question.  The superstition associated with acquiring new clothes and instruments for baby before the birth is considered as-
(A) Good luck
(B) Bad luck
(C) Ghost luck
(D) Community luck

 

Question.  Who is the author of the prose piece ‘A Child is Born ?
(A) German Geer
(B) Germaine Greer
(C) Germane Greeri
(D) H.E. Bates

 

Question.  ‘A Child Is biomass an extract from the author’s book named-
(A) The Female Eunuch
(B) The Change
(C) The Wind
(D) Sex and Destiny : The Politics of Human Fertility

 

Question.  Germaine Greer was born in-
(A) 1838
(B) 1938
(C) 1939
(D) 1949

 

Question.  Germaine Greer was bom and educated in-
(A) America
(B) Britain
(C) Australia
(D) Germany

 

Question.  The author believes that socio-cultural practices are designed to suit the interest of-
(A) Males
(B) Females
(C) Family
(D) Writers

 

Question.  The present chapter explores the cultural pecularities of the East and the West regarding parent-child relationship and-
(A) Child-death
(B) Child-birth
(C) Male interest
(D) Female interest

 

Question.  The hospital refused to believe that the pregnant woman was in-
(A) First stage labour
(B) Second stage labour
(C) Third stage labour
(D) Forth stage labour

 

Question.  On the occasion musical programme is given by—
(A) the dance party
(B) by the male members of the family
(C) by the women and girls
(D) None of these

 

Question.  The ceremony is held—
(A) only for boy
(B) only for girl
(C) for both
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In Bangladesh children are looked after by the—
(A) father only
(B) mother only
(C) whole family
(D) None of these

 

Question.  Who has written ‘A Child is Born’?
(A) B.Russell
(B) S. Naoya
(C) G Greer
(D) None of these

 

Question.  During pregnancy the best place for the woman is—
(A) hotel
(B) in-laws-family
(C) her mother’s house
(D) None of these

 

Question.  During pregnancy a woman prefers her mother’s house because—
(A) she gets proper care there
(B) she is neglected
(C) she feels freedom there
(D) None of these

 

Question.  When baby is born, it is an occasion of joy for—
(A) the mother
(B) father
(C) strange
(D) the whole family

 

Question.  The naming ceremony is—
(A) bad
(B) lovely
(C) strange
(D) None of these

 

Question.  The naming ceremony is held when the baby is—
(A) seven days old
(B) five days old
(C) the days old
(D) None of these

 

Question.  New clothes are brought for—
(A) the baby
(B) the mother
(C) both
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In traditional births infant and mother mortality is—
(A) lesser
(B) greater
(C) negligible
(D) None of these

 

Question. In traditional society a pregnant woman is primarily Supported by
(A) husband
(B) kinsfolk
(C) other members of society
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In traditional society a woman lose her own name and is known as the mother of her first born child, but the West regards it is—
(A) good
(B) beneficial
(C) outrageous
(D) None of these

 

Question.  Germaine Greer was born in—
(A) 1919
(B) 1929
(C) 1939
(D) 1949

 

Question.  Germaine Greer was educated in—
(A) Germany
(B) Australia
(C) U.S.A.
(D) England

 

Question.  Traditional method of child-birth is accepted—
(A) fearfully
(B) dengerously
(C) culturally and collectively
(D) None of these

 

Question.  Germaine Greer has written the lesson—
(A) A Marriage Proposel
(B) A Child is Bom
(C) The Earth
(D) The Artist

 

Question.  A …………….. woman has to observe various taboos, rituals and customs.
(A) Ugly
(B) Wicked
(C) Pregnant
(D) None of these

 

Question.  Germaine Greer is an …………… writer.
(A) Indian
(B) American
(C) British
(D) Australian

 

Question.  Germaine Greer is a famous ………………… writer.
(A) scientific
(B) feminist
(C) educational
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In Bangladesh Rupthoka is a kind of—
(A) bread
(B) sweet dish
(C) fairy tales
(D) None of these

 

Question.  Generally a pregnant woman is sent to her ………….. home for childbirth.
(A) parents
(B) relative
(C) doctor
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In the …………………… the husband wife due enjoy more freedom and individuality.
(A) North
(B) South
(C) East
(D) West

 

Question.  ………….. woman visit her mother’s house during pregnancy.
(A) An African
(B) An Indian
(C) A Canadian
(D) None of these

 

Question.  In ……………. children under the age of five or six are looked after by the whole family.
(A) India
(B) Bangladesh
(C) China
(D) Russia

 

Question.  Sylheti woman and her child are given new dress on the ………. day of the birth.
(A) 5th
(B) 6th
(C) 7th
(D) 8th

 

Question.  ‘A Child Is Born’ is an extract from the author’s book named-
(A) The Wind
(B) The Change
(C) The Female Eunuch
(D) Sex and Destiny : The Politics of Human Fertility

 

Question.   Germaine Greer was born and educated in
(A) America
(B) France
(C) Australia
(D) Germany

 

Question.  Who is the author of the prose piece ‘A Child Is Bom ?
(A) NermanGeer
(B) Germaine Greer
(C) NermaneGreeri
(D) H.E. Bates

 

Question.  The hospital refused to believe that the pregnant w omen was in
(A) first stage labour
(B) second stage labour
(C) third stage labour
(D) fourth stage labour

 

Question.  Germaine Greer was bon in
(A) 1938
(B) 1940
(C) 1939
(D) 1949

 

Question.  The present chapter explores the cultural pecularities of the East and the west regarding parent-child relationship and-
(A) child-death
(B) child-birth
(C) nursing
(D) female interest

 

Question.  The author believes that socio-cultural practices are designed to suit the interest of
(A) males
(B) females
(C) farmers
(D) writers

 

Question.  Married women do not become members of their hew family until they have
(A) started cooking
(B) start earning
(C) mix with others
(D) born a child

 

Question.  The hospital staff was very uncooperative about
(A) meals
(B) childbirth
(C) breast-feeding
(D) medicines

 

Question.  The supersition associated with acquiring new clothes and instruments for baby before the birth is considered as
(A) good luck
(B) bad luck
(C) no luck
(D) all luck

 

Question.  Who all are assumed to be unjust and vindictive ?
(A) husbands
(B) fathers-in-law
(C) husband’s sisters
(D) mothers-in-law

 

Question.  That a woman could lose her own name and become known as the mother of her first-born, is regarded in West as
(A) outrageous
(B) outreach
(C) outparty
(D) treacherous

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