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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » Clothing : A Social History - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)

Clothing : A Social History - Class 9 Social Science MCQs (Free Practice Test)


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Question :

Which of the following was the official residence of British King George V ?


Answer :

White House
Buckingham Palace
10 Downing Street
Winter Palace


Question :

In the context of the Industrial Revolution, which one of the following statements is inconsistent ?


Answer :

Britain began mass production of cotton textile
British textile was exported to India
Condition of the Indian women changed
Cotton clothes became more accessible to wider section of people in Europe


Question :

In France which of the following was the only class who could use materials like ermine, fur and silk ?


Answer :

Royalty
Nobility
Clergy
Commons


Question :

A long buttoned coat is called


Answer :

Coat
Suit
Maxi
Achkan. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

Which of the following dresses is not associated with Gandhiji ?


Answer :

Western style suit
Lungi and kurta
Khadi loincloth or dhoti
Sherwani. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

In the 19th ccntuary where did the British insist that Indians take off their shoes ?


Answer :

In market places
In court rooms
In their homes
In sacred place. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

Why was the abolition of slavery in Travancore in 1855 frustrating for upper castes ?


Answer :

Because the freed slaves resorted to riots.
Because the freed slaves refused to work under the upper castes.
Because upper caste people felt that they would lose control over the freed slaves.
Because freed slaves converted themselves to Christianity.


Question :

Why was there a demand in America to reform traditional feminine dresses ? Which of the following is the most plausible reason. Reform was needed because


Answer :

Why was there a demand in America to reform traditional feminine dresses ? Which of the following is the most plausible reason. Reform was needed because
the dresses were voluminous and difficult to handle
these dresses were uncomfortable and hampered movement
comfortable clothes would allow women to work, earn their living and be independent


Question :

Which of the following events had an impact on the dressing style of women ?


Answer :

Women working in industries during the I and II World Wars.
Gymnastics and games entered school curriculum for women.
The Battle of Waterloo.
Schools emphasized importance of plain dressing. [CBSE CCE 2010]


Question :

Which of the following events ended all distinction of dresses worn by different classes in French society ?


Answer :

French Revolution
Suffrage Movement
Jacobin Rule
Napoleonic Laws