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English Quiz No.3

One beautiful spring morning, a merchant loaded his donkey with bags of salt to go to the market, in order to sell the salt. The merchant and his donkey were walking along together. They had not walked far when they reached a river on the way.
Unfortunately, the donkey slipped and fell into the river. As it scrambled up the bank of the river, it noticed that the bags of salt loaded on his back had become lighter.
There was nothing the merchant could do except return home, where he loaded his donkey with more bags of salt. As they reached the slippery riverbank again, the donkey fell into the river, this time deliberately. Thus, the salt was wasted again.
By now the merchant knew the donkey’s trick. He wanted to teach the animal a lesson. As he returned home the second time with the donkey, the merchant loaded bags of sponges on its back.
The duo set out on their trip to the market a third time. On reaching the river, the donkey very cleverly fell into the water again. But now, instead of the load becoming lighter, it became heavier.

Carefully read the full story and answer the following questions:

Que:1- The following is the appropriate title of the story
1-A Merchant and his Donkey
2-The donkey and the king
3-A foolish animal and merchant
4-Decision without thinking

Que:2- Which of the following facts is true as per the passage?
1-Donkey is a foolish animal.
2-Salt is much lighter than sponge.
3-The trick of the donkey finally became heavy on that.
4-merchant is very intelligent.

Que:3- According to the passage, for which of the following reasons the donkey fell into the water again and again?
1- Donkey likes to take a bath.
2- Feeling less weight after being wet.
3- Feeling more weight after being wet.
4- To impress the merchant.

Que:4- What did the author try to highlight in the passage?
1- Animals can also be sensible
2-every merchant must be intelligent.
3- you cannot fool anyone too many times.
4- Salt is much lighter than sponge.

Choose the word which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage. (Que-5 & 6)
Que:5- Tricks
4- Addled

Que:6- Cleverly
2- Clumsily
3- Awkwardly
4- Wittily

Choose the word which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage. (Que. 7-8)
Que:7- Scramble
2- Jumble
3- Peace

Que:8- Deliberately
2-On purpose
3- Unintentionally
4- Elegantly

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