Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ.

Written by H.G Wells, this story is an excerpt from the famous novel ‘An Invisible Man’. It narrates multiple episodes of a how a brilliant scientist named Griffin discovers a way to get invisible.

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Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ

1. How many boys saw the muddy imprints of a person they could not see?

(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 3
(d) 4

2. The two boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of ________.

(a) tyres
(b) shoes
(c) bare feet
(d) none of the above

3. Why were the boys surprised to see a barefooted man in London? The boys were surprised as

(a) everybody in London moved around in shoes.
(b) only a person who is homeless and wandering does so.
(c) it was pretty cold to move around bare feet.
(d) it was unusual sight to see someone this way.

4. What was he working on?

(a) Making a fool of children
(b) Making human bodies invisible
(c) Making fake footprints
(d) All of the above

5. The boys felt that the footprints were

(a) of a man who was invisible.
(b) seen due to some magic trick.
(c) those of a mysterious man.
(d) a figment of imagination.

6. Brilliant scientist though he was, Griffin was rather a _____ person.

(a) lawful
(b) lawless
(c) rude
(d) good

7. Which of the following is correct with respect to the experiment carried out by Griffin?

(a) Griffin swallowed certain drugs.
(b) His experiments were based on how to make human body invisible.
(c) Griffin’s body became transparent as a sheet of glass.
(d) All of these.

8. Griffin was a lawless person. Which of the following gives the correct meaning of the word ‘lawless’?

(a) Rightful
(b) Law-abiding
(c) Not obedient to laws.
(d) Recognized by law or rules.

Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ

9. Griffin’s body became as transparent as _______

(a) air
(b) ice
(c) glass
(d) none of the above

10. What is true with respect to the incident that took place due to which Griffin became a homeless wanderer?

(a) Griffin set fire to the house owned by the landlord.
(b) Griffin robbed the money of his landlord.
(c) Griffin set fire to the house owned by him.
(d) Griffin killed his landlord.

11. Griffin, the brilliant scientist degenerated himself into a lawless person because

(a) his discovery was illegal
(b) he committed a crime
(c) he misused his discovery
(d) all of the above

12. ‘But his adventures were by no means over.’ Which of the following explains this?

(a) Some unusual and unexpected situations were about to take place in Griffin’s life.
(b) Griffin decided to engage in every daring and risky event happily.
(c) Griffin was going to enjoy being invisible.
(d) Griffin was waiting for more exciting and daring experience.

13. To find comfort from the cold weather in London, Griffin went into

(a) a theatre.
(b) a big store.
(c) an inn.
(d) a school.

14. What all Griffin took out from the boxes of London store?

(a) Overcoat
(b) Shoes
(c) Wide brimmed hat
(d) All of these

15. Where did Griffin sleep?

(a) In the changing room.
(b) On the floor.
(c) On a pile of quilts.
(d) On the kitchen table.

16. What was the name of the landlady at the Iping inn?

(a) Mrs Hales
(b) Mrs Hall
(c) Mrs Henry
(d) Mrs D’costa

Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ

17. What happened after the doors of the London store were shut?

(a) Griffin opened the boxes and fitted himself out with warm clothes.
(b) Griffin wanted to eat something without regard to expense.
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above.

18. According to Mrs. Hall, what type of a scientist was her guest?

(a) Eccentric
(b) Fantastic
(c) Smart
(d) Genius

19. What all Griffin consumed in the London store?

(a) Pizza, coffee, sweets
(b) Cold meat, soup, sweets
(c) Cold meat, coffee, sweets
(d) Rice, egg, sweets

20. What happened when Griffin could not wake up on time in the London store?

(a) He was caught by the police.
(b) He was beaten by the assistants.
(c) He saw the assistants coming and had to run away by taking out the clothes and become invisible.
(d) None of the above.

21. What does the first encounter tell us about Mrs Hall?

(a) She is disinterested in her guests
(b) She is money-minded
(c) She is not friendly
(d) All of the above

22. How did Griffin justify his disinterest in having a conversation with Mrs Hall?

(a) Didn’t want to be disturbed during work
(b) Desired solitude
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above

23. Finally how did Griffin save himself from the assistants?

(a) Griffin started fighting with them.
(b) He took off his newly found clothes.
(c) He hid himself behind the curtains.
(d) He continued sleeping as he was very tired.

24. The shop or the theatrical company was situated at:

(a) Griffin Lane
(b) London Lane
(c) Drury Lane
(d) Iping Lane

Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ

25. Why Griffin wanted to try the stock of theatrical company?

(a) He wanted to find something that could hide the empty space above his shoulders.
(b) He wanted to try something new.
(c) In a hurry, he could only find a shop with stock of theatrical company.
(d) This time he wanted to go to a place where there were no assistants.

26. What all Griffin took from the stock of theatrical company?

(a) Dark glasses and false nose.
(b) Bandages.
(c) Big bushy side whiskers and large hat.
(d) All of these

27. Why was Mrs Hall prepared and ready to tolerate strange habits and irritable temper?

(a) He had paid in advance
(b) He was a scientist
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d)None of the above

28. What is being referred to as the “strange incident” that happened in the study?

(a) Griffin pretending to be waiting for a cheque.
(b) Griffin arriving at the inn during off season.
(c) Griffin stealing money while being invisible.
(d) None of the above.

29. What did Griffin pretend in front of the landlady?

(a) That he is expecting a cheque to arrive.
(b) That he is so rich.
(c) That he ran out of money.
(d) That he had been robbed.

30. Where all clergyman and his wife looked for the person?

(a) Up the chimney
(b) Under the desk
(c) Behind the curtains
(d) All of these

31. Why clergyman considered the whole episode as an extra-ordinary affair?

(a) Because they could feel that somebody was standing behind them but as they turned nobody was there.
(b) Because no one was there in the room but the housekeeping money was missing.
(c) Because no one was there in the room and everything was at their place nothing was missing.
(d) Because no one was there in the roombut there was more money in the desk.

32. Which of the following was more extraordinary episode?

(a) The scene at the London store
(b) The episode at clergyman’s house
(c) The behaviour of Mrs Hall’s furniture
(d) All of these

33. Why did Mrs Hall feel that the room was haunted by spirits?

(a) uncanny things happened there.
(b) she could see evil spirits.
(c) the door slammed shut.
(d) she heard strange noise.

34. What was the village constable sent for?

(a) The house caught fire.
(b) The house was haunted by spirits.
(c) Mrs Hall’s tenant was suspected of burglary.
(d) There was an emergency.

35. The neighbours thought it was ‘witchcraft’. This tells us that neighbours were

(a) superstitious
(b) gossip-mongers
(c) suspicious
(d) nervous wrecks

So, these were Class 10 Footprints Without Feet MCQ.

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