Fire and Ice MCQ: Online Test(Quiz): The chapter ‘Fire and Ice’ talks about the poet Robert Frost’s philosophy about fire and ice. According to the poet, both fire and ice are capable of causing destruction to the earth. By fire and ice, the poet means desire and hatred which can equally destroy a person if they do not keep their emotions under control.

Fire and Ice MCQ: Online Test(Quiz)

1. According to the poet how would the world end?

A) Either by fire or ice

B) By mixing fire and ice

C) By fir

D) By ice

2. Fire and ice have been compared with?

A) Body hormones

B) Natural disaster

C) Waterfall and volcano

D) Self-destructing human emotions

3. In the poem, fire has been used as __________.

A) Anger

B) Depression

C) Nature

D) Desire

4. In the poem, ice  has been used as____________.

A) Desire

B) Hatred

C) Happiness

D) Sadness

5. On what basis has the poet written this poem?

A) Philosophical

B) Psychological

C) Experimental

D) Emotional

6. Why did the poet say that one day the world would end because of fire?

A) Someday there will be a lot of forest fires and the world will get destroyed

B) Someday the earth’s core will get so heated up that it would lead to a fire destroying the earth’s surface.

C) Both A and B

D) None of these

7. Why do some believe the world will end in ice?

A) Because love and harmony among  people are increasing fast

B) Because hatred among people is increasing very fast

C) Because global warming is increasing very fast

D) All of these

8. According to a group of people how can ice destroy the world?

A) If the ice melts

B) Due to flood

C) Due to low temperature

D) None of these

9. The poet has compared _____________ with___________.

A) Catastrophic effects, human emotions

B) Fire, ice

C) Anger, lust

D) Love, Lust

10. “I hold with those who favor fire” What is the meaning of this line?

A) The poet would rather want the world to end by fire than by ice

B) The poet would rather want the world to end by ice than by fire

C) The poet is fond of fire

D) None of these

11. What is the meaning of the word desire in the context of the poem?

A) A strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen

B) greed for something and acquiring it by any means

C) Lust for the human body

D) All of these

12. What is the meaning of the word favor in the context of the poem?

A) Support

B) Approval

C) Both A and B

D) Justice

13. Why does the poet not want the world to end by ice?

A) Ice is dangerous

B) To the poet ice means desire and he did not have good experience with the desire

C) To the poet ice is cold and uncomfortable

D) The poet is scared of ice because of his childhood trauma

14. “Some say the world will end in _________

Some say in _________.”

Fill in the blanks

A) Anger, lust

B) Ice, Fire

C) Hunger, rice

D) Fire, Ice

15. “From what I have tasted of ________

I hold with those who favor__________.” Fill in the blanks.

A) Desire, fire

B) Fire, ice

C) Ice, fire

D) Lust, fire

16. According to the poet in the second half of the poem, if the world is to end twice, _________would be equally competent in ending it.

A) Fire

B) Ice

C) Anger

D) Desire

17. The poet has compared ice with________.

A) Hunger

B) Cold weather

C) Hatred

D) Desire

18. What is the meaning of Perish in the context of the poem?

A) Live

B) Re-live

C) Illness

D) Die

19. What is the meaning of suffice in the context of the poem?

A) Be sufficient

B) Success

C) To be a successor

D) None of these

20. “But if it had to perish _________

I think I know enough of ________.” Fill in the blanks

A) Love, life

B) Twice, hate

C) Once, hate

D) Twice, desire

21. In the second part according to the poet, what is also sufficient to destruct the world?

A) Fire

B) Ice

C) Water

D) Air

22. What is the rhyming scheme of the poem ‘Fire and Ice’?

A) abab bcbcb

B) aaab bcbcb

C) aaba bcbcb

D) abaa bcbcb

23. “I hold with those who favor ice”. What is the literary device used in this line?

A) Alliteration

B) Personification

C) Assonance

D) Simile

24. Which of the following lines from the poem is an example of alliteration?

A) I hold with those who favor fire

B) Some say the world will end in fire

C) Some say in Ice

D) All of these

25. Which literary device is used mainly in the entire poem?

A) Alliteration

B) Metaphor

C) Personification

D) Assonance

26. Who is the poet of the poem ‘Fire and Ice’.

A) Sylvia Plath

B) William Wordsworth

C) Robert Burns

D) Robert Frost

27. Where has the poet used personification in the poem?

A) Fire

B) Ice

C) Both A and B

D) Earth Surface

28. “Some say the world will end in fire”. What is the poetic device used in this line

A) Alliteration

B) Personification

C) Metaphor

D) Simile

29. Name the poetic device used in the line “To say that for destruction ice Is also great”.

A) Oxymoron

B) Imagery

C) Metaphor

D) Personification

30. The phrase “some say” is used in both the first two lines of the poem. This is the indication of which poetic device?

A) Anaphora

B) Alliteration

C) Imagery

D) Oxymoron

31. “From what I have tasted of desire

I hold with those who favor ice”. Which poetic device has been used in these lines?

A) Anaphora

B) Imagery

C) Enjambment

D) Oxymoron

32. What would be a better option to destroy the earth?

A) Fire

B) Ice

C) Both Fire and Ice

D) None of these

33. What is the moral of this lesson?

A) That let our emotions rule us but if we do not control them they can harm us.

B) Fire and ice are very dangerous

C) We should express our emotions

D) None of these

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