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Class:8[GS] Worksheet---Ls:9 A Night To Forget
Choose the correct answer/ Fill in the blanks/True or False.
1. A Night To Forget was written by ________________________.
[a] Mrs. Bostock [b] Mr. Albert Royston [c]Mr. Stan Barstow
2. Albert had to play the role of______________.
[a] a police constable [b] a fireman [c] an inspector
3. This story describes the _____________excitement of an actor.
[a] dangerous [b] great [c]nervous
4. Albert was at the hall _______________ on the night of the play.
[a] late [b] early [c] very late
5. Albert was being called by _______________.
[a] Mrs.Bostock [b] Royston [c] Shirley
6. Albert looked into the mirror and adjusted the _______________ on his head.
[a] hat [b] cap [c] helmet
7. You act in one of the school plays. You are _____________.
[a] a professional actor [b] an amateur actor [c] a skilled actor
8. Albert thought he would _____________ somebody for speeding or something.
[a] punch [b] kick [c] pinch
9. The audience were not letting one ____________ phrase go by without a laugh.
[a] witty [b]dumb [c]humorous
10. Albert felt his stomach was __________________ , a hollow void of fear.
[a] full [b]empty [c]half-full
11. The actors have skipped _______________pages.
[a] two [b]tree [c] three
12. “A good audience. In this phrase ‘audience’ is viewed as number of individuals in a group. True / False.
13. He found himself alone in the dressing room. Here ‘himself’ is used as a ______ pronoun.
[a] reflexive [b]emphatic [c]personal
14. Albert was suddenly seized by a shocking attack of ______________.
[a] mosquito fright [b]dog fright [c] stage fright
15. A knock on the _______________made him look up.
[a] window [b]door [c]wall
16. A Night To Forget is a story with ________________ ‘climax’ at the end.
[a] an expected [b] an unexpected [c]a partially expected
17. I am going to find that man you _______________,and get him to a hospital.
[a] knocked over [b] knocked out [c] knocked down
18. They went up the ________________steps to level of the stage.
[a] steep [b]narrow [c]slippery
19. The younger son was telling his ______________about the accident .
[a] brother [b]sister [c]mother
20. The girl who was the ______________appeared at his side.
[a] mistress [b]director [c]maid
21. When he tried to bring his lines to memory he went __________________.
[a] blank [b] blind [c]deaf
22. It would be a bit of _______________to go out in the street and arrest somebody.
[a] excitement [b] fun [c]joy
23. ‘Once you are out there you will forget your _______________’, Mrs.Bostock said.
[a] fright [b] disappointment [c] nervousness
24. ‘Your ______________will be like a thunderclap.’
[a]performance [b]entrance [c] appearance
25. ‘You’ve been rotten all your life,’ _______________was saying.
[a] Pual [b] Paul [c] Tom
26. Albert took his ______________ in his hand and opened the door.
[a]script [b]gun [c]stick
27. _________________braced his shoulders and touched his helmet.
[a] Paul [b]Tom [c] Royston
28. Albert realized to his own ____________ that he was no longer a frightened amateur shivering in the wings.
[a] excitement [b]surprise [c]happiness
29. Albert’s performance was greatly appreciated by the audience. (True / False)
30. Mrs.Bostock was the prompter. (True / False)
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