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Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 1

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. Pick the option that lists the correct direction of the footprints on the Stairs, as noticed by the Boys.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 1

The observed the footsteps descending the Steps. Descending means coming from top to bottom. So, option (B) indicates the correct direction using a downward pointing arrow.

Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 2

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. The Boys felt that the footprints were:

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 2 The Boys never knew that someone could be Invisible. So, they thought that the footprints belong to a Mystery Man.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 3

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. Pick out the option that is NOT related to ‘started’ as used in the extract:

Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 4

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. Why were the Boys surprised to see a Barefooted Man in London?

The Boys were surprised as:

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 4 That time of season in London was very cold. So, it was not practical to find a Man walking barefoot on such Cold Streets or Floor.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 5

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. Pick the option that best describes how the Boys are feeling based on the extract.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 5 The Boys are hypnotised (captivated), interested to know (curious) and bewildered or confused (puzzled) by the sight.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 6

Direction: The Two Boys started in surprise at the fresh muddy imprints of a pair of bare feet. What was a Barefooted Man doing on the Steps of a House in the middle of London? And where was the Man?

As they gazed, a remarkable sight met their eyes. A fresh foot mark appeared from nowhere!

Further footprints followed, one after another, descending the Steps and progressing down the Street. The Boys followed, fascinated, until the muddy impressions became fainter and fainter, and at last disappeared altogether.

Q. Pick the option that best matches synonyms of the word ‘gazed’.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 6 Gazed means stared. This meaning is brought about by the synonyms gaped and gawked.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 7

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.”

Q. Pick the option that includes the correct matches of Column A with Column B.

Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 8

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.”

Q. Pick the option that displays a cause → effect relationship.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 8 Rising of the Chair does not produce moaning sound. Troubled Neighbours do not represent Witchcraft. Stranger may not be followed by Haunted Spirits. But, pushed and locked out is enough to make someone hysterical.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 9

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.”

Q. Pick the option that best describes how Mrs. Hall must be feeling at the moment described in the extract.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 9 Mrs. Hall was astonished (stunned) and frantic or disturbed (agitated) at the strange behaviour of the Chair and the Door.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 10

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.

Q. Mrs. Hall felt that the Room was haunted by Spirits because:

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 10 Uncanny means mysterious. Mrs. Hall was pushed by a Chair, the Door was slammed and locked on its own, it was full of mystery for her.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 11

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.

Q. Pick the sentence that brings out the meaning of ‘hysterics’ as used in the extract.

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 11 Hysterics here refers to fits in a negative or terrified sense. The same is reflected in the option (C) where the Old Man was in frenzy upon seeing the blood.
Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 12

Direction: As she and her husband turned away in terror, the extraordinary chair pushed them both out of the room and then appeared to slam and lock the door after them.

Mrs. Hall almost fell down the stairs in hysterics. She was convinced that the Room was haunted by Spirits, and that the stranger had somehow caused these to enter into her Furniture.

“My Poor Mother used to sit in that Chair,” she moaned! To think it should rise up against me now!

The feeling among the Neighbours was that the trouble was caused by Witchcraft.

Q. The Neighbours thought it was ‘Witchcraft’. This tells us that Neighbours were:

Detailed Solution for Extract Based Questions Test: Footprints without Feet - Question 12 Witchcraft or black magic reflect superstition.
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