Read the given extract and answer the following questions by choosing the most appropriate option CBSE english 2016

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Read the given extract and answer the following questions by choosing the most appropriate option. CBSE-english-2016

Belinda was as brave as a barrel full of bears,
And Ink and Blink chased lions down the stairs,
Mustard was as brave as a tiger in a rage,
But Custard cried for a nice safe cage.


1. Ink and Blink are
i. the kitten and the mouse
ii. the dog and the dragon
iii. the dragon and the mouse
iv. the kitten and the dragon
2. Why did Custard cry for a nice safe cage?
i. because he didn’t like the other animals
ii. because he didn’t like Belinda
iii. because he was a coward
iv. ecause he liked to be in his cage
3. The rhyme scheme of the poem is
i. abab
ii. aaab
iii. aabb
iv. abcd



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Belinda was as brave as a barrel full of bears,
And Ink and Blink chased lions down the stairs,
Mustard was as brave as a tiger in a rage,
But Custard cried for a nice safe cage.

1. Ink and Blink are i. the kitten and the mouse.

2. iii. because he was a coward.

3. The rhyme scheme of the poem is iii. aabb.

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