The Proposal Exam Questions Class 10 English

Exam Questions Class 10

Please see Chapter 11 The Proposal Exam Questions Class 10 English below. These important questions with solutions have been prepared based on the latest examination guidelines and syllabus issued by CBSE, NCERT, and KVS. We have provided Class 10 English Questions and answers for all chapters in your NCERT Book for Class 10 English . These solved problems for The Proposal in Class 10 English will help you to score more marks in upcoming examinations.

Exam Questions Chapter 11 The Proposal Class 10 English

Short Answer Type Questions:

Question. Why does Chubukov suspect Lomov when he comes to his house?
Ans. When Lomov comes to Chubukov’s house, he suspects that Lomov may be going somewhere because he has come wearing a formal dress but when he explains to him that he has come to seek his help, ‘Chubukov suspects that he has come to borrow money from him.

Question. Provide a brief insight into what Lomov and Natalya’s married Life might Look like.
Ans. Lomov and Natalya’s married life would be filled with Loads of disagreements and arguments. They would spend their Lives in proving their own family’s superiority over the other person’s. 

Question. How does Chubukov react when Lomov asked for the hand of his daughter in marriage?
Ans. Chubukov got extremely excited when Lomov asked for the bond of his daughter in marriage. He felt relaxed os the burden of getting her daughter married was finally going to get off his shoulder.

Question. How does Natalya react when she comes to know that Lomov had come to propose her?
Ans. ‘Mien Natalya knew that Lomov had come to propose her, she changed her stance, cried and asked her father to call him back. Natalya got elated and excited to hear about Lomov’s proposal of marriage. She was a lovesick cat who desperately wanted someone to propose to her for marriage. 

Question. When Natalya comes to meet Lomov she quotes her father’s words – “and papa said, “’Go; there’s a merchant come for his goods. What do you think Chubukov meant?
Ans. By this, Chubukov meant that Lomov had come with a proposal to get married to his  daughter;  Lomov was a ‘merchant’ who wanted to ask for his goods’ which was Natalya.

Question. How does Lomov come to Chudakov’s house? For what does he come? Haw is he received? 
Ans. Lomov comes to Chubukov s house in a formal dress with gloves on. He comes to propose to  Chubukov’s daughter Natalya for marriage. He is received courteously and respectfully by Chubukov.

Question. Why did Lomov want to get married to Natalya?
Ans. Lomov was a thirty-five-year old unmarried man. He wasn’t getting a perfect match for himsetf. But Looking at his advancing age and ailments, he decided to compromise and  proposing to Natalya Lomov also thought Natalya to be fairly good-looking, well – educated and a good housekeeper.

Question. Why do you think. Natalya Stepanovna asked her father to call Lomov back when she heard that he had come with a proposal?
Ans. ‘Mien Natalya heard that Lomov had come to their house to propose her for marriage, she asked her father to call him back because Natalya was too desperate to get married.  She was Tovesick cat’ and wanted; someone to propose to her. 

Question. Why does Chubukov go and call Lomov back?
Ans. Natalya quarrels with Lomov and throws him out of the house. But when she learns that  he has come to propose to her, she sends her father to call him bock

Question. Chubukov says of Natalya: — as if she won’t consent! She’s in love; egad, she’s like a lovesick cat™ Would you agree? And reasons for your answer. 
Ans. No, I wouldn’t agree that Natalya was in Love. The way she quarrels with Lomov and even kicks him out of the house suggests that what her father says to Lomov is not true.

Question. The argument about the dogs reflected that both Lomov and Natalya Loved their respective dogs very much. Do you agree? Why/ why not?
Ans. No, the argument about the dogs didn’t reflect their love for the respective dogs. Instead, it only reflected that both of them just wanted to prove the superiority of their dags over the other person’s dog.

Question. What idea do you form about Russian weddings from statement that Chubukov made: “Go; there’s a merchant come for his goods”?
Ans. This statement shows that during the time of Chekov, Russians used to see matrimonies as business that could enhoce their economic and societaL status. Marriages then weren’t based an bond of low or respect but materiaL Thus, Chubukov called Lomov a ‘merchant’ who came for his ‘goods’ NataLya.

Question. Do you think Chubukov is a good father? Justify your opinion based on your reading of the text.
Ans. No, I don’t think that Chubukov is a good father because he considered his daughter Natalya as a burden rather than a responsibility. He was desperate to get Natalya married to anyone. Even when he saw that bath Lomov and Natalya were arguing terribly, he was ready to get them married. Also, when Lomov proposed to Natalya, Chubukov gave consent on Natalya’s behalf. 

Question. How is the quarrel over Oxen meadows settled at last?
Ans. When Natalya realises that Lomov has come to propose to her, she agrees that the Oxen  Meadows are indeed Lomov’s property and that is how the Oxen Meadow’s matter is settled.

Long Answer Type Questions:

Question. Chubukov and NataLya chased Lomov away from their house by arguing with him. But when Natalya eame to know about the reason behind Lomov’s coming, she asked her father to bring him back.  Imagine yourself as the playwright of the play and write an imaginary conversation between  Natalya and her father if Lomov wouldn’t have returned back with the proposal
Ans. NataLya: (angrily) Papa! Why haven’t you told me that he has come with a proposal of marriage for me? O God! I missed the opportunity to get married to a rich gentleman because of you.
Chubukov: Natalya! Don’t forget that it wos you who had chased him away by your silly arguments over “Oxen Meadows’.
Natalya: No way! It was you papa. You hurled abuses at him and his family. Why would he marry a daughter of a quarrelsome man?

Question. Lomovas and Chubukov’s families never got a Long well but still Lomov went to Chubukov with a proposal of marriage for his daughter Natalya. Comment
Ans. Lomov was an unmarried man in his midthirties. He couldn’t get a bride of his choice but Looking at his advancing age and several ailments that he had, he decided to compromise by proposing to Natalya for the marriage. Natalya was Chubukov’s daughter and Lomov’s immediate neighbour. Both the families never got along well Even after that, Lomov thought Natalya to be fairly good-Looking, well-educated and a great housekeeper. So, Lomov visited Chubukov’s home with a proposal to marry his daughter.

Question. In the end, Chubukov forcefully gave Natalyas hand in Lomov’s hand and asked them to kiss each other as they were ready to get married.
Imagine yourself as the playwright af this play and depending on their characterstics, write an imaginary conversation between Natalyaa Chubukov and Lomov if Lomov had said no for the marriage in the end.
Ans. Chubukov: Oh my handsome son! It’s time you give your hand in my daughter’s hand. Let the bells of your wedding ring, my child. 
Lomov: I won’t deny that my decision, a few minutes ago, was to propose to your daughter
Natalya. But now I think I would like to change that I don’t think it will work!
Natalya: (crying) Noooo_But what went wrong? Papa and I respect you and your family a lot Lomov.
Chubukov: (angrily) What do you mean it won’t work? You son of a beggar, my daughter is of such o high class She doesn’t even deserve you. 
Natalya: And I was already going to reject you anyway, you poor child. How can you think of marrying the daughter of the owners of ‘Oxen Meadows”?
Lomov: (loudly) Oh Miss Nart:aLya_don’t you forget that the “Oxen Meadows” is ours.