READ THE PASSAGE AND ANSWER THE QUESTION THAT FOLLOWS.
When Sohini reached the well, there were already about ten other outcasts waiting. But there was no one to give them water. She had come as fast as she could to the well, full of fear and anxiety that she would have to wait her turn since she could see from a distance that there was already a crowd.
She didn’t feel disappointed so much as depressed to realise that she would be the eleventh to receive water. She had sensed the feeling in her brother’s soul. He was tired. He was thirsty. She had felt like a mother as she issued from her home to fetch water, a mother going out to fetch food and drink for her loved ones at home. Now as she sat in a row with her fellow sufferers, her heart sank. There was no sign of anyone passing that way who could be a possible benefactor. But she was patient. She had in her an inbred fortitude, obvious in her curious reserve, in her docile and peaceful bearing.
How did the outcasts get water?
A They had to be present at the foot of the upper-caste Hindu's well.
B They had to wait for an upper-caste Hindu to pour water into their pitchers.
C If the upper-caste Hindu was kind and had time to do the outcast the favour, only then the latter could get water.
D All of these
I did d and it's showing I did c?
CHOOSE THE CORRECT OPTION TO COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE.
I'm disappointed with how the budget was spent this year because it seems to have all been spent on the headmaster's ________ new office.
limp also makes sense... if you take this in perspective that the principal's office might have been good-looking to him, but cheap and bad-looking to the other students...