HomeUncategorizedThe road not taken – Comprehension quiz The road not taken – Comprehension quiz MNB Achari [Admin] 13/05/2023 No Comments Check your comprehension. Answer all the questions. Start Quiz! Your name and School: 1. Who wrote the poem 'The road not taken'? Loading... Question 1 of 10 2. The poet decides to keep the first road for..A.future explorationB.a different seasonC.running laterD.a more convenient time Loading... Question 2 of 10 3. The poet's decision to take the less traveled road symbolizes...A.a desire for adventure and uniquenessB.indecisiveness and hesitationC.fear of the unknownD.regret for missed opportunities Loading... Question 3 of 10 4. The poet expresses regret for:A.Taking the wrong roadB.Not being able to travel both roadsC.Standing for too longD.Not looking far enough down the road Loading... Question 4 of 10 5. The poem highlights those times in life when a decision has to be madeA.TrueB.False Loading... Question 5 of 10 6. The poet observes that both roads are equally...A.wornB.beautifulC.unexploredD.dangerous Loading... Question 6 of 10 7. The poet took the road...A.more familiar to himB.with a clearer path aheadC.less travelled by othersD.that led to his destination faster Loading... Question 7 of 10 8. The poet's sigh in the future suggests...A.wistfulness for the other roadB.disappointment with his choiceC.relief from a difficult journeyD.contentment with his decision Loading... Question 8 of 10 9. Both roads in the morning were covered in leaves that were...A.fresh and greenB.wet and slipperyC.wildD.unmarked by footsteps Loading... Question 9 of 10 10. What is the confusion/dilemma the poet is in?A.whether he will be able to use the second road or notB.whether he will be safeC.whether he will get time for himselfD.whether he will be able to walk Loading... Question 10 of 10 Loading... WhatsApp Share Tweet Related Posts test The Shehnai of Bismillah Khan Unit4 Quick Revision Test About The Author MNB Achari [Admin] I teach English to students. I believe we should use technology in classrooms to make teaching better. Students find things outside the classroom more interesting than inside. By using technology, we can make learning more efficient and productive. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.