Unseen Passage with Multiple choice Questions for Class 9

It’s an easy reading comprehension with multiple choice questions for class 9th and onwards. Through this solved unseen passage with MCQ, students can learn to analyse the information given in the graphs and charts. It is an easy case based unseen passage. Reading and answering unseen passages is the best way to improve English writing skills. Answers have been included for students to self check their performance. It will help you to know how different age groups of children consume caffeine by drinking beverages.

Q1 Observe the following data and read the passage given. Answer the multiple-choice questions.

How Children consume Caffeine Unseen Passage Answer Key
How Children Consume Caffeine Passage

Unseen Passage with Multiple choice Questions for Class 9 | MCQ Based Caffeine Unseen Passage

Each day, most of us depend on caffeine to wake up and be ready for the day to cope with the fast-paced life. Consumption of caffeine is an ancient habit. In fact, this natural stimulant is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world. Though caffeine is known for its ill effects on health, it’s one of the best sources to provide us with that extra “energy” that makes us get going. Many of us rely on caffeine to stay alert and improve concentration. Despite all these apparent benefits, the quantity of caffeine intake should be kept under check.
Adults are still considered safe to have a dose of caffeine, adolescents and young adults should be very cautious while consuming it. So the bottom line lies with the fact “when is it safe to start the consumption of caffeine” and “how much to consume”. If we’re careful enough to keep in mind these two questions, we shall definitely be awarded the title ‘Conscious Consumer’ of caffeine.


Based on your understanding of the above passage, answer the given questions by choosing the most appropriate option:

(a) Which age group has the highest consumption of soft drinks?
(i) Ages 13-17 (ii) Ages 2-5
(iii) Ages 6-12 (iv) All the age groups mentioned above

Ans: (i) Ages 13-17

(b) Which beverage is the least popular among teenagers?
(i) Coffee (ii) Tea (iii) Soft drinks (iv) Energy drinks

Ans: (iv) Energy drinks

(c) Which age group of children, as per the data, has the best habits concerning beverages?
(i) Ages 13-17 (ii) Ages 2-5 (iii) Ages 6-12 (iv) None of the above

Ans: (iv) None of the above

(d) Which beverage contains the most amount of caffeine?
(i) Coffee (ii) Tea (iii) Energy drinks (iv) Soft drinks

Ans: (iii) Energy Drinks

(e) Which beverage is least popular among the age group 6-12?
(i) Tea (ii) Coffee (iii) Soft drinks (iv) Energy drinks

Ans: (iv) Energy Drinks

(f) Which beverage is most popular among all the age groups put together?
(i) Tea (ii) Coffee (iii) Soft drinks (iv) Energy drinks

Ans: (iii) Soft Drinks

(g) Which beverage is the least popular among all the age groups?
(i) Tea (ii) Coffee (iii) Soft drinks (iv) Energy drinks

Ans: (iv) Energy Drinks

(h) What does caffeine do to our brain?
(i) Fatigue (ii) Headaches (iii) Induces sleep (iv) Brings alertness

Ans: (iv) Brings Alertness

(i) Caffeine intake is not advised
(i) if your blood pressure level is within normal range.
(ii) if your blood pressure level is low.
(iii) if your blood pressure tends to be on the higher side.
(iv) None of the above.

Ans: (iii) if your blood pressure tends to be on the higher side.

(j) Which of the following doesn’t influence the caffeine content in a beverage?
(i) Processing time. (ii) Brewing time. (iii) The shelf life. (iv) None of the above.

Ans: (ii) Brewing Time

(k) The key to consuming caffeine in our daily life :
(i) In moderation. (ii) As per the market promotions.
(iii) Addiction. (iv) No consumption at all.

Ans: (i) In moderation

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