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CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-I 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
, 1.  Read the passage carefully and  answer the questions that  follow by choosing the 
answers from given options. 
Martin king Luther was born on January 15, 1929. His family lived on the outskirts of 
Atlanta. The fact that be could not play with White children or that he bad to offer a seat to 
a  white child disturbed him.  When he was eight years old, his father a Baptist pastor, told 
the family a sad story: Bessie Smith, a great singer, met with an accident. An ambulance 
rushed her to the nearest hospital, but she was not admitted because she was a Black. The 
ambulance took her from one hospital to another, but she could not find a place for herself · 
because these hospitals were only for  the Whites. She died for want of blood. From that 
day, Martin Luther King dreamt of becoming a liberator of the Blacks. 
King completed his studies at More House College, and then earned a doctor's degree in 
Theology at Boston University. In 1995, King married Alabama Soprano Coretta Scott. 
That very year he became a pastor and preached his first sermon in the Baptist Church of 
Atlanta. As a young man he was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's success in the 
political field and 'the power of ahimsa'. King decided to follow the path of non-violence 
and get millions of Blacks their due. He felt that the blacks have immensely contributed 
towards the building of America, and there was no reason why they should not be treated 
·with respect. 
(1)    As a boy Martin was disturbed .............. 
(a)   When the white children played better than him 
 
(b)  When he was not permitted to play with white children 
(c)   When he saw poor on the road 
. (d)  All of the above 
 
(2)    Bessie smith died of .............. 
(a)   a serious accident 
(c)   want of the blood 
(b)   lack of timely treatment 
(d)   all of the above 
 
R/2 
[P.T.O.J 
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CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-I 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
, 1.  Read the passage carefully and  answer the questions that  follow by choosing the 
answers from given options. 
Martin king Luther was born on January 15, 1929. His family lived on the outskirts of 
Atlanta. The fact that be could not play with White children or that he bad to offer a seat to 
a  white child disturbed him.  When he was eight years old, his father a Baptist pastor, told 
the family a sad story: Bessie Smith, a great singer, met with an accident. An ambulance 
rushed her to the nearest hospital, but she was not admitted because she was a Black. The 
ambulance took her from one hospital to another, but she could not find a place for herself · 
because these hospitals were only for  the Whites. She died for want of blood. From that 
day, Martin Luther King dreamt of becoming a liberator of the Blacks. 
King completed his studies at More House College, and then earned a doctor's degree in 
Theology at Boston University. In 1995, King married Alabama Soprano Coretta Scott. 
That very year he became a pastor and preached his first sermon in the Baptist Church of 
Atlanta. As a young man he was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's success in the 
political field and 'the power of ahimsa'. King decided to follow the path of non-violence 
and get millions of Blacks their due. He felt that the blacks have immensely contributed 
towards the building of America, and there was no reason why they should not be treated 
·with respect. 
(1)    As a boy Martin was disturbed .............. 
(a)   When the white children played better than him 
 
(b)  When he was not permitted to play with white children 
(c)   When he saw poor on the road 
. (d)  All of the above 
 
(2)    Bessie smith died of .............. 
(a)   a serious accident 
(c)   want of the blood 
(b)   lack of timely treatment 
(d)   all of the above 
 
R/2 
[P.T.O.J 
 
 
 
 
(3)  No hospital was ready to admit Bessie smith because .............. 
(a)   She was poor  (b)  She had no money 
(c)   She was a black lady  (d)  She was in a foreign country 
(4)  Martin King Luther decided to follow the path of non-violence because .............. 
(a)   He was a priest 
(b)   He was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's  success in the political field 
and the power of ahimsa 
(c)   He had no army to fight a war 
 
(d)   He was afraid of the White Americans 
(5) .  The word 'immensely' means 
(a)   Slowly 
(c)   Enormously 
(b)   Narrowly 
(d)  Shortly 
(6)  Read the following and tick the correct option. 
The teacher said, "The earth moves around the sun." 
(a)  The  teacher said that the earth moved round the sun 
(b)   The teacher explained that the earth moves around the sun 
(c)   The teacher told that the earth was moving round the sun 
(7)  Tick the Past Perfect Continuous tense 
(a)   She had been taking the medicine regularly 
 
(b)   She had taken the medicine regularly  . 
(c)   She has peen taking the medicine regularly 
 
(8)  In the poem 'Harry Pushed Her', his sister was 
 
(a)   Twenty two years old  (b)   Twenty three years old 
(c)    Twelve years old 
(9)   . 'Cricket for the Crocodile' is written by 
(a)   Ruskin bond 
(c)  Munshi Prem Chand 
(b)   Vikram Seth 
 
(I0)   In the play the 'The Quality of Mercy' who says these lines : 
"You take my life when you do take the means whereby I live" 
(a)   Shylock  (b)   Antonio 
(c)   Duke 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-I 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
, 1.  Read the passage carefully and  answer the questions that  follow by choosing the 
answers from given options. 
Martin king Luther was born on January 15, 1929. His family lived on the outskirts of 
Atlanta. The fact that be could not play with White children or that he bad to offer a seat to 
a  white child disturbed him.  When he was eight years old, his father a Baptist pastor, told 
the family a sad story: Bessie Smith, a great singer, met with an accident. An ambulance 
rushed her to the nearest hospital, but she was not admitted because she was a Black. The 
ambulance took her from one hospital to another, but she could not find a place for herself · 
because these hospitals were only for  the Whites. She died for want of blood. From that 
day, Martin Luther King dreamt of becoming a liberator of the Blacks. 
King completed his studies at More House College, and then earned a doctor's degree in 
Theology at Boston University. In 1995, King married Alabama Soprano Coretta Scott. 
That very year he became a pastor and preached his first sermon in the Baptist Church of 
Atlanta. As a young man he was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's success in the 
political field and 'the power of ahimsa'. King decided to follow the path of non-violence 
and get millions of Blacks their due. He felt that the blacks have immensely contributed 
towards the building of America, and there was no reason why they should not be treated 
·with respect. 
(1)    As a boy Martin was disturbed .............. 
(a)   When the white children played better than him 
 
(b)  When he was not permitted to play with white children 
(c)   When he saw poor on the road 
. (d)  All of the above 
 
(2)    Bessie smith died of .............. 
(a)   a serious accident 
(c)   want of the blood 
(b)   lack of timely treatment 
(d)   all of the above 
 
R/2 
[P.T.O.J 
 
 
 
 
(3)  No hospital was ready to admit Bessie smith because .............. 
(a)   She was poor  (b)  She had no money 
(c)   She was a black lady  (d)  She was in a foreign country 
(4)  Martin King Luther decided to follow the path of non-violence because .............. 
(a)   He was a priest 
(b)   He was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's  success in the political field 
and the power of ahimsa 
(c)   He had no army to fight a war 
 
(d)   He was afraid of the White Americans 
(5) .  The word 'immensely' means 
(a)   Slowly 
(c)   Enormously 
(b)   Narrowly 
(d)  Shortly 
(6)  Read the following and tick the correct option. 
The teacher said, "The earth moves around the sun." 
(a)  The  teacher said that the earth moved round the sun 
(b)   The teacher explained that the earth moves around the sun 
(c)   The teacher told that the earth was moving round the sun 
(7)  Tick the Past Perfect Continuous tense 
(a)   She had been taking the medicine regularly 
 
(b)   She had taken the medicine regularly  . 
(c)   She has peen taking the medicine regularly 
 
(8)  In the poem 'Harry Pushed Her', his sister was 
 
(a)   Twenty two years old  (b)   Twenty three years old 
(c)    Twelve years old 
(9)   . 'Cricket for the Crocodile' is written by 
(a)   Ruskin bond 
(c)  Munshi Prem Chand 
(b)   Vikram Seth 
 
(I0)   In the play the 'The Quality of Mercy' who says these lines : 
"You take my life when you do take the means whereby I live" 
(a)   Shylock  (b)   Antonio 
(c)   Duke 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-II 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
 
1.  Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow 
 
In future, education by correspondence will gain more ground and take a stronger hold. 
Sitting comfortably in your favorite armchair at home, you will be able to listen to the best 
authorities on any subject as if you were actually present in the lecture-hall ,and do so at 
the time of your  liking because lectures will be all pre recorded and played back on 
request. Something has already been done in this direction-- before long you will be able to 
buy an adapter for your home TV, which will playback video records. These may well be 
lectures needed. for students of correspondence courses or anyone who wishes to learn 
something new. 
Also "canned" lectures will surely cut down the numbers of "live" one at normal colleges 
and universities, and they will be of best quality.    . 
A real breakthrough in the educational field will, however, come when teaching will be 
used to meter out information. 
 
( sources : Things to Come) 
Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate options from the 
ones given below : 
(1) Which of the following best summarizes the main idea of the passage? 
(a)   Education by correspondence 
(b)   How TV and computers will change the modes of learning 
 
(c)   Revolution that has taken place in the field of education. 
 
(2)  'Canned  food' is food  preserved in a sealed can. What does the phrase  'canned 
lectures' mean? 
(a)   Lectures in the lecture- hall 
 
(b)   Video- recorded lectures 
 
(c)   Lectures in written form 
 
R/2 
(P.T.O.] 
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CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-I 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
, 1.  Read the passage carefully and  answer the questions that  follow by choosing the 
answers from given options. 
Martin king Luther was born on January 15, 1929. His family lived on the outskirts of 
Atlanta. The fact that be could not play with White children or that he bad to offer a seat to 
a  white child disturbed him.  When he was eight years old, his father a Baptist pastor, told 
the family a sad story: Bessie Smith, a great singer, met with an accident. An ambulance 
rushed her to the nearest hospital, but she was not admitted because she was a Black. The 
ambulance took her from one hospital to another, but she could not find a place for herself · 
because these hospitals were only for  the Whites. She died for want of blood. From that 
day, Martin Luther King dreamt of becoming a liberator of the Blacks. 
King completed his studies at More House College, and then earned a doctor's degree in 
Theology at Boston University. In 1995, King married Alabama Soprano Coretta Scott. 
That very year he became a pastor and preached his first sermon in the Baptist Church of 
Atlanta. As a young man he was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's success in the 
political field and 'the power of ahimsa'. King decided to follow the path of non-violence 
and get millions of Blacks their due. He felt that the blacks have immensely contributed 
towards the building of America, and there was no reason why they should not be treated 
·with respect. 
(1)    As a boy Martin was disturbed .............. 
(a)   When the white children played better than him 
 
(b)  When he was not permitted to play with white children 
(c)   When he saw poor on the road 
. (d)  All of the above 
 
(2)    Bessie smith died of .............. 
(a)   a serious accident 
(c)   want of the blood 
(b)   lack of timely treatment 
(d)   all of the above 
 
R/2 
[P.T.O.J 
 
 
 
 
(3)  No hospital was ready to admit Bessie smith because .............. 
(a)   She was poor  (b)  She had no money 
(c)   She was a black lady  (d)  She was in a foreign country 
(4)  Martin King Luther decided to follow the path of non-violence because .............. 
(a)   He was a priest 
(b)   He was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's  success in the political field 
and the power of ahimsa 
(c)   He had no army to fight a war 
 
(d)   He was afraid of the White Americans 
(5) .  The word 'immensely' means 
(a)   Slowly 
(c)   Enormously 
(b)   Narrowly 
(d)  Shortly 
(6)  Read the following and tick the correct option. 
The teacher said, "The earth moves around the sun." 
(a)  The  teacher said that the earth moved round the sun 
(b)   The teacher explained that the earth moves around the sun 
(c)   The teacher told that the earth was moving round the sun 
(7)  Tick the Past Perfect Continuous tense 
(a)   She had been taking the medicine regularly 
 
(b)   She had taken the medicine regularly  . 
(c)   She has peen taking the medicine regularly 
 
(8)  In the poem 'Harry Pushed Her', his sister was 
 
(a)   Twenty two years old  (b)   Twenty three years old 
(c)    Twelve years old 
(9)   . 'Cricket for the Crocodile' is written by 
(a)   Ruskin bond 
(c)  Munshi Prem Chand 
(b)   Vikram Seth 
 
(I0)   In the play the 'The Quality of Mercy' who says these lines : 
"You take my life when you do take the means whereby I live" 
(a)   Shylock  (b)   Antonio 
(c)   Duke 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-II 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
 
1.  Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow 
 
In future, education by correspondence will gain more ground and take a stronger hold. 
Sitting comfortably in your favorite armchair at home, you will be able to listen to the best 
authorities on any subject as if you were actually present in the lecture-hall ,and do so at 
the time of your  liking because lectures will be all pre recorded and played back on 
request. Something has already been done in this direction-- before long you will be able to 
buy an adapter for your home TV, which will playback video records. These may well be 
lectures needed. for students of correspondence courses or anyone who wishes to learn 
something new. 
Also "canned" lectures will surely cut down the numbers of "live" one at normal colleges 
and universities, and they will be of best quality.    . 
A real breakthrough in the educational field will, however, come when teaching will be 
used to meter out information. 
 
( sources : Things to Come) 
Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate options from the 
ones given below : 
(1) Which of the following best summarizes the main idea of the passage? 
(a)   Education by correspondence 
(b)   How TV and computers will change the modes of learning 
 
(c)   Revolution that has taken place in the field of education. 
 
(2)  'Canned  food' is food  preserved in a sealed can. What does the phrase  'canned 
lectures' mean? 
(a)   Lectures in the lecture- hall 
 
(b)   Video- recorded lectures 
 
(c)   Lectures in written form 
 
R/2 
(P.T.O.] 
 
 
 
(3)  The expression 'teaching  computers' means: 
(a)   Computers would replace human lectures 
(b)   Computers will be taught 
(c)   Computes will help teachers. 
 
(4)  Meter out' means: 
 
(a)   To bill as per use 
 
(c)   To play back 
 
(b)   To store 
 
(5)  The new modes of learning offer the learner the following advantage  according to 
the passage 
(a)   Allows you to have leisure time. 
(b)   Learning comfortably at home. 
(c)   Gives you ample time for outing. 
(6)  Choose the correct Phrasal verb : 
 
Ashita .............. the candle 
 
(a)  blew out 
 
(c)   blew off 
 
(b)   blew through 
 
(7)  Choose the correct indirect form of the sentences : 
She said to Rashi "Where were you last night?" 
(a)   She said to Rashi where she was last night. 
(b)   She asked Rashi that where she was last night 
 
(c)   She asked Rashi where she was the previous night. 
(8)  The narrator's attitude to his elder brother is that of 
(a)  awe  (b)   hatred 
 
(c)  disrespect 
 
(9)  The author of the 'Cricket with the Crocodile' is 
 
(a)   Vikrarn Seth  (b)   Ruskin bond 
 
(c)    Antoine De Saint Exupery 
 
( I 0)  'It was so absurd.' What does absurd mean? 
 
(a)   Unseen  (b)    Unusual 
 
(c)   Abnormal 
 
 
R-2/English/M.C.Q./Set-II/VIll 
Page 5


 
CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-I 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
, 1.  Read the passage carefully and  answer the questions that  follow by choosing the 
answers from given options. 
Martin king Luther was born on January 15, 1929. His family lived on the outskirts of 
Atlanta. The fact that be could not play with White children or that he bad to offer a seat to 
a  white child disturbed him.  When he was eight years old, his father a Baptist pastor, told 
the family a sad story: Bessie Smith, a great singer, met with an accident. An ambulance 
rushed her to the nearest hospital, but she was not admitted because she was a Black. The 
ambulance took her from one hospital to another, but she could not find a place for herself · 
because these hospitals were only for  the Whites. She died for want of blood. From that 
day, Martin Luther King dreamt of becoming a liberator of the Blacks. 
King completed his studies at More House College, and then earned a doctor's degree in 
Theology at Boston University. In 1995, King married Alabama Soprano Coretta Scott. 
That very year he became a pastor and preached his first sermon in the Baptist Church of 
Atlanta. As a young man he was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's success in the 
political field and 'the power of ahimsa'. King decided to follow the path of non-violence 
and get millions of Blacks their due. He felt that the blacks have immensely contributed 
towards the building of America, and there was no reason why they should not be treated 
·with respect. 
(1)    As a boy Martin was disturbed .............. 
(a)   When the white children played better than him 
 
(b)  When he was not permitted to play with white children 
(c)   When he saw poor on the road 
. (d)  All of the above 
 
(2)    Bessie smith died of .............. 
(a)   a serious accident 
(c)   want of the blood 
(b)   lack of timely treatment 
(d)   all of the above 
 
R/2 
[P.T.O.J 
 
 
 
 
(3)  No hospital was ready to admit Bessie smith because .............. 
(a)   She was poor  (b)  She had no money 
(c)   She was a black lady  (d)  She was in a foreign country 
(4)  Martin King Luther decided to follow the path of non-violence because .............. 
(a)   He was a priest 
(b)   He was greatly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi's  success in the political field 
and the power of ahimsa 
(c)   He had no army to fight a war 
 
(d)   He was afraid of the White Americans 
(5) .  The word 'immensely' means 
(a)   Slowly 
(c)   Enormously 
(b)   Narrowly 
(d)  Shortly 
(6)  Read the following and tick the correct option. 
The teacher said, "The earth moves around the sun." 
(a)  The  teacher said that the earth moved round the sun 
(b)   The teacher explained that the earth moves around the sun 
(c)   The teacher told that the earth was moving round the sun 
(7)  Tick the Past Perfect Continuous tense 
(a)   She had been taking the medicine regularly 
 
(b)   She had taken the medicine regularly  . 
(c)   She has peen taking the medicine regularly 
 
(8)  In the poem 'Harry Pushed Her', his sister was 
 
(a)   Twenty two years old  (b)   Twenty three years old 
(c)    Twelve years old 
(9)   . 'Cricket for the Crocodile' is written by 
(a)   Ruskin bond 
(c)  Munshi Prem Chand 
(b)   Vikram Seth 
 
(I0)   In the play the 'The Quality of Mercy' who says these lines : 
"You take my life when you do take the means whereby I live" 
(a)   Shylock  (b)   Antonio 
(c)   Duke 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SET-II 
TIME ALLOWED :15 min.  MAXIMUM MARKS :10 
 
M.C.Q. 
 
1.  Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow 
 
In future, education by correspondence will gain more ground and take a stronger hold. 
Sitting comfortably in your favorite armchair at home, you will be able to listen to the best 
authorities on any subject as if you were actually present in the lecture-hall ,and do so at 
the time of your  liking because lectures will be all pre recorded and played back on 
request. Something has already been done in this direction-- before long you will be able to 
buy an adapter for your home TV, which will playback video records. These may well be 
lectures needed. for students of correspondence courses or anyone who wishes to learn 
something new. 
Also "canned" lectures will surely cut down the numbers of "live" one at normal colleges 
and universities, and they will be of best quality.    . 
A real breakthrough in the educational field will, however, come when teaching will be 
used to meter out information. 
 
( sources : Things to Come) 
Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate options from the 
ones given below : 
(1) Which of the following best summarizes the main idea of the passage? 
(a)   Education by correspondence 
(b)   How TV and computers will change the modes of learning 
 
(c)   Revolution that has taken place in the field of education. 
 
(2)  'Canned  food' is food  preserved in a sealed can. What does the phrase  'canned 
lectures' mean? 
(a)   Lectures in the lecture- hall 
 
(b)   Video- recorded lectures 
 
(c)   Lectures in written form 
 
R/2 
(P.T.O.] 
 
 
 
(3)  The expression 'teaching  computers' means: 
(a)   Computers would replace human lectures 
(b)   Computers will be taught 
(c)   Computes will help teachers. 
 
(4)  Meter out' means: 
 
(a)   To bill as per use 
 
(c)   To play back 
 
(b)   To store 
 
(5)  The new modes of learning offer the learner the following advantage  according to 
the passage 
(a)   Allows you to have leisure time. 
(b)   Learning comfortably at home. 
(c)   Gives you ample time for outing. 
(6)  Choose the correct Phrasal verb : 
 
Ashita .............. the candle 
 
(a)  blew out 
 
(c)   blew off 
 
(b)   blew through 
 
(7)  Choose the correct indirect form of the sentences : 
She said to Rashi "Where were you last night?" 
(a)   She said to Rashi where she was last night. 
(b)   She asked Rashi that where she was last night 
 
(c)   She asked Rashi where she was the previous night. 
(8)  The narrator's attitude to his elder brother is that of 
(a)  awe  (b)   hatred 
 
(c)  disrespect 
 
(9)  The author of the 'Cricket with the Crocodile' is 
 
(a)   Vikrarn Seth  (b)   Ruskin bond 
 
(c)    Antoine De Saint Exupery 
 
( I 0)  'It was so absurd.' What does absurd mean? 
 
(a)   Unseen  (b)    Unusual 
 
(c)   Abnormal 
 
 
R-2/English/M.C.Q./Set-II/VIll 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLASS- VIII 
ENGLISH 
 
TIME ALLOWED : 2 Hrs.45 Mins.   
 
General Instructions : 
This paper is divided in four sections 
Section-A : Reading 
 
 
 
(16marks) 
Section-B: 
Section-C: 
Section-»: 
Writing 
Grammar 
Literature 
(24 marks) 
(16marks) 
(24 marks) 
I. Attempt all questions. 
2. Do not write anything in the question paper. 
3. Answer the questions in each section before going on to the next section. 
4.  All the answers must be correctly numbered as in the question paper and written 
in the answer sheet provided to you. 
5.  Adhere to the word limit given with each question. 
6.  Read each question paper carefully and follow the instructions. 
 
 
 
 
'1. 
Section-A  :Reading 
Read the following passage carefully : 
SHOES FOR SUMMERY 
SOULS 
(16 Marks) 
(9 Marks) 
 
You are off to  work. The sun  is high and the tar is melting  under your  feet even at 
9: 30 a.m. The queue at the bus stop is as long as the faces of commuters. The first thing 
that comes to your mind is walking comfort. Clearly, tight shoes, leather soles of 
impermeable  speakers  can  choke  your  feet  and  make  your  life  miserable. "The  best 
recourse to beat the city's heat is to wear airy, comfortable shoes made of Polyurethane 
(PU) or Tetra Polyurethane soles that enable your feet to breathe. PU soles not just impart 
flexibility to the shoe, they are lighter in weight and don't compromise on durability either. 
Mesonite sheet soles, on the other hand, lend a good shape to the shoe and are fashionable 
rather than comfortable," explains Rajiv Sethi, proprdtor. 
 
R/6 
[P.T.O.) 
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