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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » VIII-English

A Short Monsoon Diary (Ruskin Bond)

This Diary is written by

Multiple choice question

This Diary is written by

The author could hear Bijju but could not see him because of

Multiple choice question

The author could hear Bijju but could not see him because of

Through the mist Bijju is calling to his sister, I can hear him running about on the hillside but I ...

Multiple choice question

Through the mist Bijju is calling to his sister, I can hear him running about on the
hillside but I cannot see him.
1. The scene being described here is
(a) the first day of monsoon (b) the last day of monsoon
(c) an ordinary day on the hills (d) a winter day.
2. The author cannot see Bijju because
(a) he is not in the line of his eyes (b) it is misty
(c) it is night (d) he is blind.
3. The passage is written by
(a) Satyajit Ray (b) Rabindranath Tagore
(c) Nathanial Howthorne (d) Ruskin Bond

In the evening it attacked one of Bijju's cows but fled at the approach of Bijju's mother, who came ...

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In the evening it attacked one of Bijju's cows but fled at the approach of Bijju's mother,
who came screaming imprecations.
As for the leeches, I shall soon get used to a little bloodletting every day.
1.'It' in the first line refers to
(a) leeches (b) Bijju
(c) a leopard (d) a cow.
2. The author talks of bloodletting because of
(a) the tiger (b) the leeches
(c) the cow (d) the leopard.
3. The phrase 'screaming imprecations' means
(a) weeping bitterly (b) shouting loudly
(c) calling people (d) crying curses.

It is a good sound to read by-the rain outside, the quiet within-and, although tin roofs are given t...

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It is a good sound to read by-the rain outside, the quiet within-and, although tin
roofs are given to springing unaccountable leaks, there is a feeling of being untouched
by, and yet in touch with, the rain.
1. Here, the author is praising
(a) tin roofs (b) rain
(c) springing (d) leaks.
2. The 'good sound' is produced by
(a) rain onfy (b) tin roofs only
(c) rain and tin roofs (d) rain and leaks.
3. The word 'springing' here means
(a) jumping (b) creating
(c) a season (d) finishing.

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