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Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow :
Daffodils, the trumpet-shaped flowers bloom during the spring. In fact, daffodils are the first sign of spring and they symbolise rebirth, new beginnings, and friendship. It is the flower of those born in March. Daffodils are native to the Mediterranean region but are cultivated all over the world. The flower is called Nargis in Hindi, perhaps because of its association with the egotistical Greek God Narcissus. Legend has it that Narcissus fell in love with his own image in a pool of water. He was so enamoured by his own image that he fell into the water and drowned. The flower, also called Narcissus, grew where he died. This led to it becoming a symbol of unrequited love. A gift of daffodil flowers is believed to ensure happiness. It is a common decoration flower during the Chinese New Year. Feng Shui experts believe that if a daffodil bulb blooms during the New Year, it will bring good luck to your home. The flowers have been viewed as symbols of Christ’s resurrection and the promise of eternal life. In Wales, it is a symbol of the patron saint, David. Daffodil bulbs, because of their astringent properties, are pounded and made into a paste to be applied to wounds. Pharma companies use daffodil extracts to make drugs that are used to treat Alzheimer’s and Polio.
Daffodils are considered to be the first sign of __________.

A trumpet
B spring
C rebirth
D friendship


The ans can also be 'D'.

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Read the passage and answer the questions that follow.
Near the large grassy hill, over the bridge that crosses the river, lives a large ginger cat. His name is Humphrey and he has a big family. His mother and father, Jill and Jack, moved there many years ago, long before Humphrey was born. They travelled all the way from the city to live in this lovely spot in the countryside. The city was overcrowded, and they needed more space and fresher air. Humphrey has three aunts and an uncle, Ted, who also moved to the same area. Now there are many, many cats who live in this nice place near the hill.
Humphrey has ten brothers, sixteen sisters, and a lot of cousins. Despite having such a large family, he is the only cat to have ginger hair. The other cats have hair of many different colours. He feels very proud of his hair and likes to look after it. He gets on well with everyone in the family. He is the oldest and his younger brothers and sisters look up to him. They often ask for his advice and copy what he does.

Where does Humphrey live?

AOn a bridge
BIn the countryside
CIn the grass
DIn the city


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