Objective Type Questions From Nelson Mandela : Long Walk to Freedom

Prepare very short questions or objective type questions with answers from the autobiography Nelson Mandela : Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela - NCERT style - Useful links for 10th class students from the book named First Flight

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Q. Who is the writer of the autobiography Nelson Mandela : Long Walk to Freedom ?

Answer -  Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

Q. Which country has been mentioned here ?

Answer - South Africa

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Q. Who was the first Black President of South Africa ?

Answer - Nelson Mandela

Q. Which political party does Mandela belong to ?

Answer - African National Congress

Q. How many seats does his party win in the first democratic elections of South Africa ?

Answer - 252 out of total 400 seats

Q. When did Nelson take oath ?

Answer - 10th May 1994

Q. Who was Zenani ?

Answer - Mandela's daughter

Q. Who was the 1st Dy. President then ?

Answer - Mr. Thabo Mbeki

Q. Who was the 2nd Dy. President then ?

Answer - Mr. de Klerk

Q. What is the meaning of apartheid ?

Answer - A political system that separates people according to their race.

Q. How many national anthems were played during Nelson's oath ceremony ?

Answer - Two

Q. Who sang the national anthem " Nkosi Sikelel -iAfrika ?

Answer - The whites

Q. What were a few words of national anthem of the blacks ?

Answer - Die Stem ( old anthem )

Q. What is the meaning of inevitable ?

Answer - Unavoidable

Q. What is the meaning of transitory ?

Answer - Not permanent

Q. What is the meaning of curtail ?

Answer - Reduce

Q. What is the meaning of prejudice ?

Answer - A strong dislike without any good reason

Q. What is the meaning of profound ?

Answer - Deep and strong

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