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English Language And Comprehension

Class

SSCCGL Class 12

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A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

The stranger agreed to join Robin's band only on one condition. He wanted to join a competition of shooting arrows with Robin. If he was defeated in that competition, he would gladly join Robin and his men. Soon arrangements for the competition was made. Robin's men carved bull's eye on the trunk of a tree at a distance of about fifty yards. Taking out his bow and arrow the man carefully shot an arrow which struck right into the centre of the bull's eye. Robin's men were surprised at the man's skill. Then Robin took the bow and shot an arrow which not only hit the bull's eye in the centre but broke the strangers arrow in the middle. Robin thus proved that he had better skills than the stranger. The stranger was amazed to see this and said," I have never seen such a skill in all my life. it will be a pleasure for me to join you and your men. My name is John Little. Robin and his men gladly welcomed him. But Robin said that from then on, he would be known as Little John.

How did the stranger know that Robin had better skill than him?

  • When Robin's arrow hit the bull's eye

  • When Robin's agreed to let him compete with him

  • When Robin beat him in the competition

  • When Robin's arrow hit the bull's eye and broke the stranger's arrow


D.

When Robin's arrow hit the bull's eye and broke the stranger's arrow

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97.

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

The stranger agreed to join Robin's band only on one condition. He wanted to join a competition of shooting arrows with Robin. If he was defeated in that competition, he would gladly join Robin and his men. Soon arrangements for the competition was made. Robin's men carved bull's eye on the trunk of a tree at a distance of about fifty yards. Taking out his bow and arrow the man carefully shot an arrow which struck right into the centre of the bull's eye. Robin's men were surprised at the man's skill. Then Robin took the bow and shot an arrow which not only hit the bull's eye in the centre but broke the strangers arrow in the middle. Robin thus proved that he had better skills than the stranger. The stranger was amazed to see this and said," I have never seen such a skill in all my life. it will be a pleasure for me to join you and your men. My name is John Little. Robin and his men gladly welcomed him. But Robin said that from then on, he would be known as Little John.

What did Robin's men do?

  • They refused to let the stranger prove his skills

  • They sent the stranger away

  • They made arrangements for the competition

  • They made the stranger prove his skill


C.

They made arrangements for the competition

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96.

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

The stranger agreed to join Robin's band only on one condition. He wanted to join a competition of shooting arrows with Robin. If he was defeated in that competition, he would gladly join Robin and his men. Soon arrangements for the competition was made. Robin's men carved bull's eye on the trunk of a tree at a distance of about fifty yards. Taking out his bow and arrow the man carefully shot an arrow which struck right into the centre of the bull's eye. Robin's men were surprised at the man's skill. Then Robin took the bow and shot an arrow which not only hit the bull's eye in the centre but broke the strangers arrow in the middle. Robin thus proved that he had better skills than the stranger. The stranger was amazed to see this and said," I have never seen such a skill in all my life. it will be a pleasure for me to join you and your men. My name is John Little. Robin and his men gladly welcomed him. But Robin said that from then on, he would be known as Little John.

What was the stranger's condition for joining Robin's band?

  • Only if he and Robin have a competition of shooting arrows

  • Only if he is defeated by Robin in a competition of shooting arrows

  • Only if he should be better than Robin in shooting arrows

  • Only if Robin would let him he better at shooting arrows


B.

Only if he is defeated by Robin in a competition of shooting arrows

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99.

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

The stranger agreed to join Robin's band only on one condition. He wanted to join a competition of shooting arrows with Robin. If he was defeated in that competition, he would gladly join Robin and his men. Soon arrangements for the competition was made. Robin's men carved bull's eye on the trunk of a tree at a distance of about fifty yards. Taking out his bow and arrow the man carefully shot an arrow which struck right into the centre of the bull's eye. Robin's men were surprised at the man's skill. Then Robin took the bow and shot an arrow which not only hit the bull's eye in the centre but broke the strangers arrow in the middle. Robin thus proved that he had better skills than the stranger. The stranger was amazed to see this and said," I have never seen such a skill in all my life. it will be a pleasure for me to join you and your men. My name is John Little. Robin and his men gladly welcomed him. But Robin said that from then on, he would be known as Little John.

What name did Robin give him?

  • Robin Little

  • John Little

  • Robin

  • Little John


D.

Little John

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100.

A passage is given with five questions following it. Read the passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives and click the button corresponding to it.

The stranger agreed to join Robin's band only on one condition. He wanted to join a competition of shooting arrows with Robin. If he was defeated in that competition, he would gladly join Robin and his men. Soon arrangements for the competition was made. Robin's men carved bull's eye on the trunk of a tree at a distance of about fifty yards. Taking out his bow and arrow the man carefully shot an arrow which struck right into the centre of the bull's eye. Robin's men were surprised at the man's skill. Then Robin took the bow and shot an arrow which not only hit the bull's eye in the centre but broke the strangers arrow in the middle. Robin thus proved that he had better skills than the stranger. The stranger was amazed to see this and said," I have never seen such a skill in all my life. it will be a pleasure for me to join you and your men. My name is John Little. Robin and his men gladly welcomed him. But Robin said that from then on, he would be known as Little John.

What name did Robin give him?

  • He welcomed the stranger to the band and changed his name

  • He changed the stranger's name

  • He welcomed the stranger

  • He sent the stranger away


A.

He welcomed the stranger to the band and changed his name

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