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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » VIII-English

Bepin Choudhury's Lapse of Memory

Bepin Babu returned early from his office because

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Bepin Babu returned early from his office because

Chuni Lai came to visit Bepin Babu again and again because

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Chuni Lai came to visit Bepin Babu again and again because

Bepin Babu felt somewhat better the next morning. After breakfast, he rang up his office, gave some ...

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Bepin Babu felt somewhat better the next morning.
After breakfast, he rang up his office, gave some instructions and then procured a first class ticket for Ranchi for the same evening.
1.Bepin Babu was feeling better after meeting
(a) Chuni Babu (b) The doctor
(c) Sitaram. (d) Dinesh Mukerji
2. He was going to Ranchi
(a) as a tourist (b) to meet a friend
(c) on his doctor's advice (d) on business.
3.The trip to Ranchi will
(a) worsen his condition (b) help him recover
(c) soothe him (d) not affect him at all.

At Kalicharan's Bepin Babu bought the books of

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At Kalicharan's Bepin Babu bought the books of

The man who talked to Bepin Babu at Kalicharan's was

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The man who talked to Bepin Babu at Kalicharan's was

But where was the need for proof? He himself was fully aware that he hadn't been to Ranchi-and that ...

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But where was the need for proof? He himself was fully aware that he hadn't been to Ranchi-and that was that.
The river breeze was bracing, and yet a slight discomfort lingered in Bepin Babu's mind.
1. There was no need for proof because :
(a) he knew the truth (b) he had no doubt
(c) he hadn't been to Ranchi (d) he was sure.
2. What caused the slight discomfort in Bepin Babu's mind ?
(a) the breeze (b) the stranger
(c) Mukerji (d) Chuni Babu.
3. The word discomfort means the same as
(a) comfort (b) disillusion
(c) restlessness (d) dismay

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