10th Class English Two Gentlemen of Verona by A.J. Cronin Question Bank 10th CBSE English Two Gentlemen of Verona by A.J. Cronin

  • question_answer   Read the following extract carefully and answer the questions that follow,  (1 x 3 = 3) Next morning, coming out of our hotel, we saw our friends bent over shoeshine boxes beside the fountain in the public square, doing a brisk business. (a) Whom does 'we' stand for? (b) Who does 'our friends' refer to? (c) What does the word 'brisk' mean?

    Answer:

        (a) 'We' stands for the author and his friend. (b) The two young boys are 'our friends' in the above extract. (c) The word 'brisk' means 'lively' here.


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