Thirty Days Hath September 

1. Which months have 30 days, according to the poem?

a) All months except February

 b) April, June, September, and November 

c) March, May, July, and October 

d) January, August, and December

Answer - b) April, June, September, and November

2. How many days does February usually have? 

a) 28

 b) 29

 c) 30

 d) It varies depending on the year

Answer - a) 28

3. What happens to February's number of days in a leap year?

a) It decreases to 27. 

b) It remains the same at 28.

 c) It increases to 29. 

d) It becomes unpredictable.

Answer - c) It increases to 29. 

4. What is the main purpose of this poem?

a) To praise the beauty of spring. 

b) To tell a story about a fictional character.

 c) To remind people of the days in each month. 

d) To warn about the dangers of winter.

Answer -  c) To remind people of the days in each month.

5. What kind of rhyme scheme is used in the poem?


b) AABB 

c) ABCB 

d) No specific rhyme scheme

Answer -  c) ABCB 

6. Which word in the poem rhymes with "clear"?

a) November 

b) June 

c) Leap year 

d) April

Answer - d) April

7. Is the poem written in formal or informal language?

 a) Formal 

b) Informal

 c) A mixture of both

Answer -  c) A mixture of both

8. Who is most likely the intended audience for this poem?

 a) Young children

 b) Adults learning English 

c) Experienced poets

 d) Historians studying medieval times

Answer -  a) Young children

9. What literary device is used in the phrase "thirty days hath September"?

a) Metaphor 

b) Simile 

c) Personification

 d) Alliteration

Answer - d) Alliteration

10. What is the overall tone of the poem? 

 a) Serious and somber 

b) Playful and lighthearted 

c) Informative and factual 

d) Mysterious and suspenseful

Answer -  b) Playful and lighthearted

Answer Type - Boby Bora