READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW.
There were once six blind men who stood by the roadside every day and begged from the people who passed. They had often heard of elephants, but they had never seen one. How could they; they were blind?
It so happened one morning that an elephant was driven down the road where they stood. When they were told that the great beast was before them, they asked the Mahout to let it stop so that they might see it.
Of course they could not see the elephant with their eyes, but they thought that by touching it they could learn just what kind of animal it was.
The first one happened to put his hand on the elephant's side. "Well, well!" he said, "now I know all about this beast. It is exactly like a wall."
The second felt only the elephant's tusk. "My brother," he said, "You are mistaken. It is not at all like a wall. It is round and smooth and sharp. It is more like a spear than anything else."
The third happened to take hold of the elephant's trunk. "Both of you are wrong," he said. "Anybody who knows anything can see that this elephant is like a snake."
The fourth reached out his arms and grasped one of the elephant's legs. "Oh, how blind you are," he said. "It is very plain to me that it is round and tall like a tree."
The fifth was a very tall man, and he chanced to take hold of the elephant's ear. "The blindest man ought to know that this beast is not like any of the things that you name," he said. "It is exactly like a huge fan."
The sixth was very blind indeed, and it was some time before he could find the elephant at all. At last he seized the animal's tail. "Oh foolish fellows," he cried, "you surely have lost your sense. This elephant is not like a wall or a spear or a snake or a tree, nor is like a fan. But any man with a particle of sense can see that it is exactly like a rope. Then the elephant moved on, and the six blind men sat by the roadside all day and quarreled about it. Each believed that he know just how the animal looked, and each called the other unkind names because they did not agree with each other.
Which word in the passage means ‘to argue'?
CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE.
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READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION THAT FOLLOW.
A little boy named John, once sat next to his mother in their cosy home. He was thinking of all the beautiful things around him and he turned around and told his mother that she had the kindest and prettiest face in the world and he could look at it forever. As he uttered these words, he saw her hands. They were twisted, out of shape and badly deformed. After seeing her hands carefully he told his mother that she must be having the ugliest hands and he cannot bear to look at them.
Hearing this, Johns father took him on his knees and said that he would like to tell him a little story. The father spoke about a baby who was sleeping in the cradle when the cradle caught fire. John got curious and wanted to know about the well-being of the baby. The father seeing little Johns inquisitiveness continued. Seeing the fire, the nurse who was supposed to take care of the infant got scared and ran away. Noticing the leaping flames, the young ones mother rushed to save the baby and she found it impossible to lift the baby through the surrounding flames, without hurting him. So she tried to extinguish the fire with her own hands. The baby was rescued but the mothers hands got burnt badly. It took months before they could heal. Even then, they were left badly scarred.
On hearing the whole incident the boy thought the mother to be very brave. Smilingly, the father asked if the boy would like to know who the mother was. The boy knew the answer to that and he hugged his mother and told her that hers were the prettiest pair of hands in the world.
How did the mother's hands get burnt badly?
AWhile saving her child from fire.
CDuring an accident.
DBoth 'B' and 'C'
the correct is a