• 1. 
    The story develops because

  • the narrator stole some money
  • he was given four rupees
  • he loved to eat sweets
  • the school fee could not be collected on the fixed day
  • 2. 
    The child was tempted to buy jalebis but while returning from school

  • he controlled his greed
  • he ran to the jalebi shop
  • he sat down and thought
  • he threw away the rupees
  • 3. 
    What made the child control his greed for jalebis at first ?

  • the fear of the teachers
  • his and his family’s reputation
  • the fear of being beaten
  • the fear of the police
  • 4. 
    “The coins were so eager to be spent that day,” says the child. In fact

  • the coins do not speak
  • the child was mad
  • the child’s greed was becoming
  • the child was joking uncontrollable
  • 5. 
    What happened when the child was buying jalebis ?

  • the child began to eat at once
  • the jalebis slipped from his hands
  • he suddenly saw his uncle on the
  • other children gathered near him road
  • 6. 
    What did he find under the rock?

  • Four rupees
  • Two rupees
  • A hairy worm
  • Both a and c
  • 7. 
    What happened as a result of eating jalebis?

  • He got scolded
  • He lost sleep
  • He was absent in school for the first time
  • He was away from home
  • 8. 
    Where did he reach as a result of continuous walking?

  • End of the earth
  • Beginning of the sky
  • Kambelpur railway station
  • Home
  • 9. 
    What did he thank God for, that night?

  • For not having to pay the school fees
  • For not being caught by the family
  • For being able to eat jalebis
  • For not having to eat four rupees’ worth of jalebis by himself
  • 10. 
    Which fear was killing him?

  • Having spent the money
  • Burping out a jalebi or two
  • Having to eat dinner
  • Having to see a doctor upon calling sick
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