Reading Comprehension Practice Test 11

Reading Comprehension Practice Test 11

 

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.

“The suffragette movement in the early twentieth century Britain aimed at securing voting rights for women. The leader of the movement was Emmeline Pankhurst, whose aggressive leadership led the “Daily Mail” to gıve the titles suffragette to distinguish this group from other moderate feminists. In order to draw attention of the media as well as the public, the suffragettes disrupted public meeting and threw stones at shop windows. The movement reached crisis point in 1913 when Emily Davison dicd a painful death by throwing herself in front of the King’s horse during the Derby”

1. The aim of Suffragette movement was to get for women
(a) education
(b) franchise
(c) freedom
(d) Poperty

Ans. b

2. The suffragette movements was most active in the
(a) mid 20 century
(b) none of these
(c) early 20 century
(d) late 20 century

Ans. c

3. The leader of the suffragette movement was
(a) Emmeline Pankurst
(b) Emmellıne Pankhurst
(c) Emmelıne Pankhrust
(d) Emmeline Pankhrust

Ans: (b)

4. This year was very bad for the suffragettes
(a) 1913
(b) 1914
(c) 1912
(d) 1911

Ans. a

5. Derby is the name of a
(a) Fair

(b) Festival
(c) Horse race
(d) Cricket match

Ans. c