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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » IX-English

A Dog Named Duke

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A few weeks ago, worded as if in special Tribute to Duke, an order came through from the chemical company's headquarters. " therefore, to advance our objectives step by step, Charles Hooper is appointed Assistant National
Sales Manager."

(a) Why is the order called a special Tribute to Duke ?

(i) it was Duke who helped Charles in his recovery.
(ii) Due to fast recovery only, he was promoted to the post of the Assistant National Sales Manager.
(iii) Due to fast recovery only, he
joined the office and achieved all his targets and was finally
appointed Assistant National Sales Manager.
(iv) (i) and (iii)

(b) Pick out two noun forms of special from the following.

(i) specially, specialist
(ii) specially, specialised
(iii) specialisation, specially
(iv) specialist, speciation

(c) to advance our objectives step by step implies

(i) that the company had firm faith in Charles Hooper's strong determination, who had won over his handicap step by step.
(ii) a systematic road map of recovery.
(iii) a plan of the company.
(iv) a process that helps in achievement of the company.

Based on your reading of the story 'A Dog Named Duke' answer the following questions by choosing the...

Multiple choice question

Based on your reading of the story 'A Dog Named Duke' answer the following questions by choosing the correct options. (CBSE Textbook)

(a) With reference to Hooper, the author says, "Everything was going for him", What does it imply ?

(i) He had everything that a man aspires for.
(ii) People admired him.
(iii) He did what he wanted.
(iv) He was capable of playing games.

(b) Duke never jumped on Chuck again because

(i) Duke was paralysed and unable to jump.
(ii) Chuck was angry with Duke for jumping at him.
(iii) Duke realized that Chuck was not well and could not balance himself.
(iv) Marcy did not allow Duke to come near Chuck.

(c) The author says that Duke knew his job. The job was

(i) to look after Chuck.
(ii) to get Chuck on his feet.
(iii) to humour Chuck.
(iv) to guard the house.

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"No, please" she said. And she picked up the big Duke, carried him gently to the car and drove him, to the animal hospital.

(a) Why did she say, "No, please," ?

(i) Many people jumped to lift the dog and Marcy tried to stop them.
(ii) Duke required no help.
(iii) Duke was to be taken to hospital and she tried to stop them.
(iv) She phoned the vet to carry Duke to him and people tried to lift him.
Marcy asked them to stop.

(b) Describe the big Duke.

1. the big Doberman
2. a four years old big puppy
3. a large dog with good height
4. a rough-playing Doberman
Pinscher, four years old, 23 kilos
(i) Only 1 is correct.
(ii) Only 1, & 2 are correct.
(iii) Only 1, 2 & 3 are correct.
(iv) Only 4 is correct.

(c) Why was it carried to the animal hospital ?

(i) Duke was not well.
(ii) Duke was drugged and required immediate treatment.
(iii) Duke's brown eyes had lost their stubbornness.
(iv) Duke met with an accident.

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They wondered : how long will he keep it up ? How far will he go today ? Can he go it alone ?

(a) Who are they ?

(i) people who knew the distance Chuck and Duke had come together
(ii) his staff members
(iii) people who carried the big dog
(iv) Marcy and the vet

(b) The big man was walking alone day after day as

(i) Duke was in the hospital.
(ii) Duke was not required
(iii) Duke was no more.
(iv) Charles was now physically fit.

(c) Which is not a noun in the following words ?

(i) wonderful
(ii) wonder
(iii) wonderland
(iv) wonderment

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in 1953, Hooper was a favoured young man. A big genuine grin civilized his highly competitive nature. Standing six-foot-one he'd played on the university football team.

(a) Explain : Hooper was a favoured young man.

(i) He was favoured by all.
(ii) He was every one's favourite.
(iii) He was a favourable young man.
(iv) He got favour of all.

(b) Pick out two adjectives about him from the extract.

(i) competitive, favoured
(ii) big, genuine
(iii) civilised, six-foot-one
(iv) favoured, young

(c) Which of the following words is synonym of grin ?
(i) laughter
(ii) smile
(iii) maturity
(iv) personality

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One of Chuck's District Managers drove Marcy to the hospital. Her husband couldn't talk; he could only breathe and see, and his vision was double.

(a) Who is in the hospital ?

(i) Marcy Hooper
(ii) Chuck Hooper
(iii) Duke, the dog
(iv) the narrator

(b) Her husband couldn't talk but only breathe and see ? Why ?

(i) He had a subdural haemorrhage due to an accident.
(ii) He was injured.
(iii) He had a mouth problem.
(iv) He became speechless.

(c) Form two adjectives from breathe appearing in the extract.

(i) breathtaking ; breathless
(ii) breather ; breathing
(iii) breathtaking ; breather
(iv) breathless ; breather

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