• 1. 
    The author says “Cambridge was my metaphor for England”. It means that for him

  • Cambridge was as important as England
  • England was more important than Cambridge
  • Cambridge was the only important thing in England
  • Cambridge and England were the same.
  • 2. 
    Firdaus Kanga is a

  • scientist
  • journalist
  • friend of Hawking
  • politician
  • 3. 
    Hawking was a

  • scientist
  • journalist
  • friend of Kanga
  • politician
  • 4. 
    A disabled person is fed up when people

  • show sympathy
  • give him charity
  • try to help him
  • ask him to be brave
  • 5. 
    Kanga felt guilty everytime he spoke to Hawking because

  • Hawking had to work hard to respond
  • he was wasting his own time
  • he was wasting Hawking’s time
  • Hawking had asked him to keep quiet
  • 6. 
    Hawking felt amused when people

  • sympathized with him
  • Patronised him
  • disturbed him
  • loved him
  • 7. 
    What did the writer wish to do when he was leaving Hawking’s residence?

  • The writer wanted $o kiss Hawking and cry. (b) The writer wanted to hug Hawking. (c) The writer wanted to run away. (d) The writer wanted to say kind words to Hawking.
  • 8. 
    How long did the meeting last?

  • Less than an hour
  • More than an hour
  • Two hours
  • For hours
  • 9. 
    What was the scientist deadly against?

  • The Disabled Olympics
  • The Spanish Guitar
  • Swimming
  • Writing
  • 10. 
    The advice given by Hawking to other disabled people was

  • To concentrate on what they were good at
  • To master the art of writing
  • To learn to smile and laugh at their sufferings
  • To not meet any people
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