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Read the following extracts and choose the correct option.

1. “How you shot the goat and frightened the tiger to death,” said Miss Mebbin.
(i) Miss Mebbin wanted to—
(a) sympathise
(b) point out the blunder
(c) make fun of Mrs. Packletide
(d) wanted to blackmail her

(ii) Miss Mebbin was by nature—
(a) clever
(b) miser
(c) greedy
(d) manipulative

(iii) This proves that Mrs. Packletide was in reality—
(a) vain
(b) not a hunter
(c) had a bad aim
(d) fearful
Ans:
(i) (c)
(ii) (d)
(iii) (b)

2. “......... and a thumbnail pack of patience cards, the sportswomen awaited the coming of the quarry.”

(i) The tone of the writer in the above statement is—
(a) humorous
(b) ironical
(c) mocking
(d) sarcastic

(ii) Patience refers to—
(a) a game of cards
(b) waiting patiently
(c) to sit still
(d) to remain quiet

(iii) ‘quarry’ refers to—
(a) the villagers
(b) Loona
(c) Miss Mebbin
(d) the tiger
Ans:
(i) (b)
(ii) (a)
(iii) (d)

3. “Only a personally procured tiger-skin and a heavy harvest of press photos could counter that sort of thing”.
 (i) “that sort of thing” refers to—

(a) the tiger hunt
(b) Loona’s fame
(c) Mrs. Packletide’s party
(d) The help of the villagers 

(ii) A tiger skin was needed too—
(a) increase Mrs. Packletide’s fame
(b) to make Loona jealous
(c) to get photos
(d) to reduce and undermine Loona’s fame

(iii) The above statement reflects upon Mrs. Packletide’s character that she was—
(a) opportunistic
(b) publicity-crazy
(c) adventurous
(d) driven by jealousy

Ans: 
(i) (b)
(ii) (b)
(iii) (d)

4. “No one would believe it, "said Mrs. Packletide, her face changing colour as rapidly as though it were going through a book of patterns before post-time.

(i) Mrs. Packletide was literally __________ at this comment of Louisa —
(a) surprised
(b) shocked
(c) irritated
(d) confused

(ii) A book of patterns refers to
(a) colours for furnishings
(b) colours for painting
(c) colours for dresses
(d) colour patterns for races

(iii) Mrs. Packletide understood that Miss Mebbin’s remark is meant to
(a) malign her
(b) blackmail her
(c) displease her
(d) annoy her

Ans:
(i) (b)
(ii) (d)
(iii) (b)

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