2nd Class English Comprehension Question Bank

done Comprehensions Based on Stories

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Hello! I am Hoof, a horse. I live at a farm with several oilier animals. I do light farm-work as well as pull the farmer's cart filled with potatoes and onions. My body is covered with a coat of shiny brown hair. I have large oval eyes and short pointed ears that can pick up sounds from almost any direction. My nostrils are very large and I have a keen sense of smell. Strong winds and heavy rain interfere with my sense of smell and make me nervous. My master has taught me to follow signals and commands. When he whistles, I run up to him. I have an excellent memory and can remember situations from a long time ago. I need to eat at least three times a day. My food is usually grass, grains, hay, and bran. I drink about 38 to 45 litres of water daily Apart from feeding me well, my master grooms me everyday with a rubber currycomb, body brush, hoof pick, and a mane, and a tail comb. My master looks after me very well.
    A horse does light _________.

    A) house-hold work            

    B) business

    C) farm-work                     

    D) work

    E) None of these

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Hello! I am Hoof, a horse. I live at a farm with several oilier animals. I do light farm-work as well as pull the farmer's cart filled with potatoes and onions. My body is covered with a coat of shiny brown hair. I have large oval eyes and short pointed ears that can pick up sounds from almost any direction. My nostrils are very large and I have a keen sense of smell. Strong winds and heavy rain interfere with my sense of smell and make me nervous. My master has taught me to follow signals and commands. When he whistles, I run up to him. I have an excellent memory and can remember situations from a long time ago. I need to eat at least three times a day. My food is usually grass, grains, hay, and bran. I drink about 38 to 45 litres of water daily Apart from feeding me well, my master grooms me everyday with a rubber currycomb, body brush, hoof pick, and a mane, and a tail comb. My master looks after me very well.
    A horse has large _________ eyes.

    A) rectangular                   

    B) triangular

    C) spherical                      

    D) oval

    E) None of these

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Hello! I am Hoof, a horse. I live at a farm with several oilier animals. I do light farm-work as well as pull the farmer's cart filled with potatoes and onions. My body is covered with a coat of shiny brown hair. I have large oval eyes and short pointed ears that can pick up sounds from almost any direction. My nostrils are very large and I have a keen sense of smell. Strong winds and heavy rain interfere with my sense of smell and make me nervous. My master has taught me to follow signals and commands. When he whistles, I run up to him. I have an excellent memory and can remember situations from a long time ago. I need to eat at least three times a day. My food is usually grass, grains, hay, and bran. I drink about 38 to 45 litres of water daily Apart from feeding me well, my master grooms me everyday with a rubber currycomb, body brush, hoof pick, and a mane, and a tail comb. My master looks after me very well.
    Strong winds and heavy rain make it   _________.

    A) happy                         

    B) sad

    C) energetic                         

    D) nervous

    E) None of these

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Hello! I am Hoof, a horse. I live at a farm with several oilier animals. I do light farm-work as well as pull the farmer's cart filled with potatoes and onions. My body is covered with a coat of shiny brown hair. I have large oval eyes and short pointed ears that can pick up sounds from almost any direction. My nostrils are very large and I have a keen sense of smell. Strong winds and heavy rain interfere with my sense of smell and make me nervous. My master has taught me to follow signals and commands. When he whistles, I run up to him. I have an excellent memory and can remember situations from a long time ago. I need to eat at least three times a day. My food is usually grass, grains, hay, and bran. I drink about 38 to 45 litres of water daily Apart from feeding me well, my master grooms me everyday with a rubber currycomb, body brush, hoof pick, and a mane, and a tail comb. My master looks after me very well.
    Horse has an _________.

    A) excellent memory.               

    B) unique quality.

    C) excellent sense of humour.       

    D) beautiful tail.

    E) None of these

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    Hello! I am Hoof, a horse. I live at a farm with several oilier animals. I do light farm-work as well as pull the farmer's cart filled with potatoes and onions. My body is covered with a coat of shiny brown hair. I have large oval eyes and short pointed ears that can pick up sounds from almost any direction. My nostrils are very large and I have a keen sense of smell. Strong winds and heavy rain interfere with my sense of smell and make me nervous. My master has taught me to follow signals and commands. When he whistles, I run up to him. I have an excellent memory and can remember situations from a long time ago. I need to eat at least three times a day. My food is usually grass, grains, hay, and bran. I drink about 38 to 45 litres of water daily Apart from feeding me well, my master grooms me everyday with a rubber currycomb, body brush, hoof pick, and a mane, and a tail comb. My master looks after me very well.
    Hoof's master has taught him to:

    A) follow commands and signals.     

    B) drink 38 to 45 litres of water.

    C) groom himself.                 

    D) All of these

    E) None of these

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    Della was standing before her class, ready to read    her home-assignment on ' Firelighters'. Her teacher gave her the nod and she began to read, "Firefighters have one of the most dangerous occupations. They risk their lives to save people and protect property from fires. They work for fire brigades and also help people in many kinds of non-fire emergencies. For example, they rescue people trapped in cars or trains after an accident.
     
    Firefighters travel in fire brigades or special trucks that carry a pump and a hose for spraying water onto the fire and ladders to rescue people from buildings. They use different kinds of extinguishers to put out different kinds of fires.
    I would like to be a firefighter when I grow up so that I may be able to help people.
     
    Della's home assignment was on

    A) firebrigadiers                

    B) firefighters

    C) fire                              

    D) water   

    E) None of these

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    Della was standing before her class, ready to read    her home-assignment on ' Firelighters'. Her teacher gave her the nod and she began to read, "Firefighters have one of the most dangerous occupations. They risk their lives to save people and protect property from fires. They work for fire brigades and also help people in many kinds of non-fire emergencies. For example, they rescue people trapped in cars or trains after an accident.
     
    Firefighters travel in fire brigades or special trucks that carry a pump and a hose for spraying water onto the fire and ladders to rescue people from buildings. They use different kinds of extinguishers to put out different kinds of fires.
    I would like to be a firefighter when I grow up so that I may be able to help people.
     
    Firefighter's occupation is  

    A) easy                            

    B) dangerous

    C) normal                        

    D) renowned

    E) None of these

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    Della was standing before her class, ready to read    her home-assignment on ' Firelighters'. Her teacher gave her the nod and she began to read, "Firefighters have one of the most dangerous occupations. They risk their lives to save people and protect property from fires. They work for fire brigades and also help people in many kinds of non-fire emergencies. For example, they rescue people trapped in cars or trains after an accident.
     
    Firefighters travel in fire brigades or special trucks that carry a pump and a hose for spraying water onto the fire and ladders to rescue people from buildings. They use different kinds of extinguishers to put out different kinds of fires.
    I would like to be a firefighter when I grow up so that I may be able to help people.
     
    Firefighters travel in

    A) fire brigade

    B) ambulance

    C) school bus                    

    D) Both [a] and [b]

    E) None of these

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    Della was standing before her class, ready to read    her home-assignment on ' Firelighters'. Her teacher gave her the nod and she began to read, "Firefighters have one of the most dangerous occupations. They risk their lives to save people and protect property from fires. They work for fire brigades and also help people in many kinds of non-fire emergencies. For example, they rescue people trapped in cars or trains after an accident.
     
    Firefighters travel in fire brigades or special trucks that carry a pump and a hose for spraying water onto the fire and ladders to rescue people from buildings. They use different kinds of extinguishers to put out different kinds of fires.
    I would like to be a firefighter when I grow up so that I may be able to help people.
     
    Firefighters help the ____________.

    A) people      

    B) government

    C) police                          

    D) engineer

    E) None of these

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    Della was standing before her class, ready to read    her home-assignment on ' Firelighters'. Her teacher gave her the nod and she began to read, "Firefighters have one of the most dangerous occupations. They risk their lives to save people and protect property from fires. They work for fire brigades and also help people in many kinds of non-fire emergencies. For example, they rescue people trapped in cars or trains after an accident.
     
    Firefighters travel in fire brigades or special trucks that carry a pump and a hose for spraying water onto the fire and ladders to rescue people from buildings. They use different kinds of extinguishers to put out different kinds of fires.
    I would like to be a firefighter when I grow up so that I may be able to help people.
     
    Firefighters also help in:

    A) non-fire emergencies.            

    B) trapping cars.

    C) extinguishing fire.               

    D) Both [a] and [c]

    E) None of these

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    Helen Keller was born in America in 1880. When she was two years old, she fell seriously ill and there after lost her sight and her hearing. Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher when she turned seven years old. Anne taught Helen to write by spelling words on Helen's hand. Within three years Helen knew the alphabet and could read and write in Braille, the system of writing and printing words for the blind.
    When she was sixteen years old, she learned to speak after taking lessons from a deaf teacher. She was then ready to attend college. When she completed her education, she worked for the deaf and the blind people. Helen Keller wrote many books and articles and received many awards. She is remembered as a woman who brought new courage to the blind people.
    Helen Keller was born in.................... .

    A) 1880                         

    B) 1980

    C) 1680                         

    D) 1789

    E) None of these

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    Helen Keller was born in America in 1880. When she was two years old, she fell seriously ill and there after lost her sight and her hearing. Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher when she turned seven years old. Anne taught Helen to write by spelling words on Helen's hand. Within three years Helen knew the alphabet and could read and write in Braille, the system of writing and printing words for the blind.
    When she was sixteen years old, she learned to speak after taking lessons from a deaf teacher. She was then ready to attend college. When she completed her education, she worked for the deaf and the blind people. Helen Keller wrote many books and articles and received many awards. She is remembered as a woman who brought new courage to the blind people.
    She became seriously ill when she was.................... .

    A) five years old                

    B) two years old

    C) six years old                 

    D) seven years old

    E) None of these

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    Helen Keller was born in America in 1880. When she was two years old, she fell seriously ill and there after lost her sight and her hearing. Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher when she turned seven years old. Anne taught Helen to write by spelling words on Helen's hand. Within three years Helen knew the alphabet and could read and write in Braille, the system of writing and printing words for the blind.
    When she was sixteen years old, she learned to speak after taking lessons from a deaf teacher. She was then ready to attend college. When she completed her education, she worked for the deaf and the blind people. Helen Keller wrote many books and articles and received many awards. She is remembered as a woman who brought new courage to the blind people.
    She worked for the.................... .

    A) healthy people                  

    B) deaf and blind people

    C) dumb                          

    D) society

    E) None of these

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    Helen Keller was born in America in 1880. When she was two years old, she fell seriously ill and there after lost her sight and her hearing. Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher when she turned seven years old. Anne taught Helen to write by spelling words on Helen's hand. Within three years Helen knew the alphabet and could read and write in Braille, the system of writing and printing words for the blind.
    When she was sixteen years old, she learned to speak after taking lessons from a deaf teacher. She was then ready to attend college. When she completed her education, she worked for the deaf and the blind people. Helen Keller wrote many books and articles and received many awards. She is remembered as a woman who brought new courage to the blind people.
    Anne Sullivan was Helen's:

    A) Protector          

    B) Teacher

    C) Doctor                         

    D) Mother

    E) None of these

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    Helen Keller was born in America in 1880. When she was two years old, she fell seriously ill and there after lost her sight and her hearing. Anne Sullivan was Helen's teacher when she turned seven years old. Anne taught Helen to write by spelling words on Helen's hand. Within three years Helen knew the alphabet and could read and write in Braille, the system of writing and printing words for the blind.
    When she was sixteen years old, she learned to speak after taking lessons from a deaf teacher. She was then ready to attend college. When she completed her education, she worked for the deaf and the blind people. Helen Keller wrote many books and articles and received many awards. She is remembered as a woman who brought new courage to the blind people.
    Helen Keller:

    A) wrote many books.     

    B) wrote many articles.

    C) received many awards.           

    D) All of these

    E) None of these

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    Sandy was very excited. It was her fifth birthday. She wanted a special gift. Her mother got her a little kitten. Sandy was very happy. The kitten was white in colour. She named the kitten Snow White. When Sandy was asleep, Snow white would lick her to wake her up. Sandy would play all day with her little friend.
    Why was Sandy excited?

    A) It was her sixth birthday

    B) It was her fifth birthday.

    C) It was her third birthday

    D) It was her fifteenth, birthday.

    E) None of these

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    Sandy was very excited. It was her fifth birthday. She wanted a special gift. Her mother got her a little kitten. Sandy was very happy. The kitten was white in colour. She named the kitten Snow White. When Sandy was asleep, Snow white would lick her to wake her up. Sandy would play all day with her little friend.
    The kitten was ___ in colour.

    A) red

    B) white

    C) yellow

    D) pink

    E) None of these

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    Sandy was very excited. It was her fifth birthday. She wanted a special gift. Her mother got her a little kitten. Sandy was very happy. The kitten was white in colour. She named the kitten Snow White. When Sandy was asleep, Snow white would lick her to wake her up. Sandy would play all day with her little friend.
    What was the name of the kitten?

    A) Show White                 

    B) Swon White

    C) Snow Whiet                 

    D) Snow White

    E) None of these

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    Sandy was very excited. It was her fifth birthday. She wanted a special gift. Her mother got her a little kitten. Sandy was very happy. The kitten was white in colour. She named the kitten Snow White. When Sandy was asleep, Snow white would lick her to wake her up. Sandy would play all day with her little friend.
    What did Snow White do to wake up Sandy?

    A) Shout

    B) Lick

    C) Jump

    D) Kick

    E) None of these

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    Sandy was very excited. It was her fifth birthday. She wanted a special gift. Her mother got her a little kitten. Sandy was very happy. The kitten was white in colour. She named the kitten Snow White. When Sandy was asleep, Snow white would lick her to wake her up. Sandy would play all day with her little friend.
    Sandy would ________ all day with the kitten.

    A) play

    B) dance

    C) eat

    D) sleep

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there were two boats. One was very big   and one was very small. One day, they decided to race in the water. The big boat said, "I am bigger than you. So I will win. You cannot win. You are so small." The small boat became sad and started to cry. A fish popped out of the water and saw the small boat crying. The fish told the small boat that we can do anything if we work hard for it. So the small boat stopped crying and started to practice in the water. The next morning, the big boat and the small boat raced. The big boat was shocked to see the small boat win. The small boat was very happy. The big boat realised its mistake and was sorry.
    The big boat and the small boat decided to ________ in the water.

    A) jump                           

    B) run       

    C) swim                           

    D) race

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there were two boats. One was very big   and one was very small. One day, they decided to race in the water. The big boat said, "I am bigger than you. So I will win. You cannot win. You are so small." The small boat became sad and started to cry. A fish popped out of the water and saw the small boat crying. The fish told the small boat that we can do anything if we work hard for it. So the small boat stopped crying and started to practice in the water. The next morning, the big boat and the small boat raced. The big boat was shocked to see the small boat win. The small boat was very happy. The big boat realised its mistake and was sorry.
    What is the meaning of the word "pop" in the passage?

    A) Run                             

    B) Jump     

    C) Hide                            

    D) Swim

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there were two boats. One was very big   and one was very small. One day, they decided to race in the water. The big boat said, "I am bigger than you. So I will win. You cannot win. You are so small." The small boat became sad and started to cry. A fish popped out of the water and saw the small boat crying. The fish told the small boat that we can do anything if we work hard for it. So the small boat stopped crying and started to practice in the water. The next morning, the big boat and the small boat raced. The big boat was shocked to see the small boat win. The small boat was very happy. The big boat realised its mistake and was sorry.
    The fish told the small boat that:

    A) we can do anything if we don't work hard.

    B) we cannot do anything if we work hard.

    C) we can do anything if we work hard.

    D) we cannot do everything if we work hard.

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there were two boats. One was very big   and one was very small. One day, they decided to race in the water. The big boat said, "I am bigger than you. So I will win. You cannot win. You are so small." The small boat became sad and started to cry. A fish popped out of the water and saw the small boat crying. The fish told the small boat that we can do anything if we work hard for it. So the small boat stopped crying and started to practice in the water. The next morning, the big boat and the small boat raced. The big boat was shocked to see the small boat win. The small boat was very happy. The big boat realised its mistake and was sorry.
    The small boat was very _______ on winning   the race.

    A) upset                           

    B) angry

    C) happy       

    D) sad

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there were two boats. One was very big   and one was very small. One day, they decided to race in the water. The big boat said, "I am bigger than you. So I will win. You cannot win. You are so small." The small boat became sad and started to cry. A fish popped out of the water and saw the small boat crying. The fish told the small boat that we can do anything if we work hard for it. So the small boat stopped crying and started to practice in the water. The next morning, the big boat and the small boat raced. The big boat was shocked to see the small boat win. The small boat was very happy. The big boat realised its mistake and was sorry.
    Why was the big boat shocked?

    A) Because it won the race.

    B) Because the small boat won the race.

    C) Because the small boat did not win the race.

    D) Both [a] and [b]

    E) None of these

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    Twinkle had a dream. In the dream, she was at the moon. She smiled at the bright yellow sun and touched the stars. She waved at all the planets and the planets waved back. There were so many stars. She began to count the stars. One, two, three...ten...hundred...many! The moon was so big and white. She danced on the moon. She jumped from one planet to another. Twinkle was full of joy. When she woke up, she made a beautiful drawing of the moon and showed it to everybody.
    What did Twinkle dream about?

    A) Moon

    B) Sun

    C) Stars

    D) All of these

    E) None of these

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    Twinkle had a dream. In the dream, she was at the moon. She smiled at the bright yellow sun and touched the stars. She waved at all the planets and the planets waved back. There were so many stars. She began to count the stars. One, two, three...ten...hundred...many! The moon was so big and white. She danced on the moon. She jumped from one planet to another. Twinkle was full of joy. When she woke up, she made a beautiful drawing of the moon and showed it to everybody.
    How many stars Twinkle saw?

    A) One

    B) Two

    C) Three

    D) Many

    E) None of these

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    Twinkle had a dream. In the dream, she was at the moon. She smiled at the bright yellow sun and touched the stars. She waved at all the planets and the planets waved back. There were so many stars. She began to count the stars. One, two, three...ten...hundred...many! The moon was so big and white. She danced on the moon. She jumped from one planet to another. Twinkle was full of joy. When she woke up, she made a beautiful drawing of the moon and showed it to everybody.
    What did the planets do when Twinkle waved at them?

    A) Smiled

    B) Laughed

    C) Waved back

    D) Jumped

    E) None of these

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    Twinkle had a dream. In the dream, she was at the moon. She smiled at the bright yellow sun and touched the stars. She waved at all the planets and the planets waved back. There were so many stars. She began to count the stars. One, two, three...ten...hundred...many! The moon was so big and white. She danced on the moon. She jumped from one planet to another. Twinkle was full of joy. When she woke up, she made a beautiful drawing of the moon and showed it to everybody.
    The moon was:

    A) So big                         

    B) White

    C) Bright yellow                

    D) Born [a] and [b]

    E) None of these

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    Twinkle had a dream. In the dream, she was at the moon. She smiled at the bright yellow sun and touched the stars. She waved at all the planets and the planets waved back. There were so many stars. She began to count the stars. One, two, three...ten...hundred...many! The moon was so big and white. She danced on the moon. She jumped from one planet to another. Twinkle was full of joy. When she woke up, she made a beautiful drawing of the moon and showed it to everybody.
    What did Twinkle do when she woke up?

    A) She made a drawing of the sun.

    B) She made her bed.

    C) She washed her race.

    D) She made a drawing of the moon.

    E) None of these

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    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack lived with his mother. They were very poor. His mother had very less money to buy food. They had only one cow. Jack took the cow to a magic man and sold it. The magic man gave him some magical beans Jack's mother was very angry at him. She needed money to buy the food She did not need the beans. She threw the beans. The next morning there was a big beans plant there which went up to the sky Jack and his mother climbed the big plant. When they reached the clouds they saw a castle. There were so many gold coins in the castle. They took some coins and came back to their home. They became rich and lived happily always.
    What did Jack do with the cow?

    A) Lost it                         

    B) Sold it

    C) Hide it                         

    D) Both [a] and [c]

    E) None of these

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    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack lived with his mother. They were very poor. His mother had very less money to buy food. They had only one cow. Jack took the cow to a magic man and sold it. The magic man gave him some magical beans Jack's mother was very angry at him. She needed money to buy the food She did not need the beans. She threw the beans. The next morning there was a big beans plant there which went up to the sky Jack and his mother climbed the big plant. When they reached the clouds they saw a castle. There were so many gold coins in the castle. They took some coins and came back to their home. They became rich and lived happily always.
     
    Complete the following sentence:
    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack_____________
     

    A) lived with his father.

    B) lived with his mother.

    C) lived with a cow.

    D) lived with a magic man.

    E) None of these

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    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack lived with his mother. They were very poor. His mother had very less money to buy food. They had only one cow. Jack took the cow to a magic man and sold it. The magic man gave him some magical beans Jack's mother was very angry at him. She needed money to buy the food She did not need the beans. She threw the beans. The next morning there was a big beans plant there which went up to the sky Jack and his mother climbed the big plant. When they reached the clouds they saw a castle. There were so many gold coins in the castle. They took some coins and came back to their home. They became rich and lived happily always.
    Jack sold the cow to a:

    A) magic men                   

    B) magic man.

    C) men magic.                  

    D) magics man.

    E) None of these

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    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack lived with his mother. They were very poor. His mother had very less money to buy food. They had only one cow. Jack took the cow to a magic man and sold it. The magic man gave him some magical beans Jack's mother was very angry at him. She needed money to buy the food She did not need the beans. She threw the beans. The next morning there was a big beans plant there which went up to the sky Jack and his mother climbed the big plant. When they reached the clouds they saw a castle. There were so many gold coins in the castle. They took some coins and came back to their home. They became rich and lived happily always.
    Why did Jack's mother throw the beans?

    A) Because she needed money       

    B) Because the beans were not tasty

    C) Because she needed the cow      

    D) Because she was not poor

    E) None of these

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    Once upon a time, a little boy named Jack lived with his mother. They were very poor. His mother had very less money to buy food. They had only one cow. Jack took the cow to a magic man and sold it. The magic man gave him some magical beans Jack's mother was very angry at him. She needed money to buy the food She did not need the beans. She threw the beans. The next morning there was a big beans plant there which went up to the sky Jack and his mother climbed the big plant. When they reached the clouds they saw a castle. There were so many gold coins in the castle. They took some coins and came back to their home. They became rich and lived happily always.
    What did Jack and his mother see when they reached the clouds?

    A) Food                           

    B) Castle

    C) Trees               

    D) Magic man

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there was a crow. The crow was very thirsty. It was looking for some water to drink. After some time, the crow found a pot. The pot had little water inside it. The crow could not reach down to the water. But the crow did not give up. It thought for some time and came up with an idea. The crow got some pebbles and threw them in the pot. The water came up. And the crow drank the water. The crow was not thirsty now. We should always keep trying like the crow.
    Why was the crow looking for some water?

    A) Because it was thirsty

    B) Because it was not thirsty

    C) Because it was hot

    D) Because it wanted to bathe

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there was a crow. The crow was very thirsty. It was looking for some water to drink. After some time, the crow found a pot. The pot had little water inside it. The crow could not reach down to the water. But the crow did not give up. It thought for some time and came up with an idea. The crow got some pebbles and threw them in the pot. The water came up. And the crow drank the water. The crow was not thirsty now. We should always keep trying like the crow.
    What did the crow find?

    A) A pot

    B) A pond

    C) A lake

    D) A river

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there was a crow. The crow was very thirsty. It was looking for some water to drink. After some time, the crow found a pot. The pot had little water inside it. The crow could not reach down to the water. But the crow did not give up. It thought for some time and came up with an idea. The crow got some pebbles and threw them in the pot. The water came up. And the crow drank the water. The crow was not thirsty now. We should always keep trying like the crow.
    The crow could not ___ down to the water.

    A) make it

    B) swim

    C) jump

    D) pull

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there was a crow. The crow was very thirsty. It was looking for some water to drink. After some time, the crow found a pot. The pot had little water inside it. The crow could not reach down to the water. But the crow did not give up. It thought for some time and came up with an idea. The crow got some pebbles and threw them in the pot. The water came up. And the crow drank the water. The crow was not thirsty now. We should always keep trying like the crow.
    The crow was very:

    A) Wise

    B) Stupid

    C) Foolish

    D) Old

    E) None of these

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    Long ago, there was a crow. The crow was very thirsty. It was looking for some water to drink. After some time, the crow found a pot. The pot had little water inside it. The crow could not reach down to the water. But the crow did not give up. It thought for some time and came up with an idea. The crow got some pebbles and threw them in the pot. The water came up. And the crow drank the water. The crow was not thirsty now. We should always keep trying like the crow.
    What did the crow throw in the pot?

    A) Pebble

    B) Rocks

    C) Pebbles

    D) Stone

    E) None of these

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