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CHAPTER-8

THE BEGGAR

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OBJECTIVE TYPE QUESTION

प्रश्न क्र. : 1

The beggar actually was a ………………. . [1]. a lawyer

[2]. a school master

[3]. a student

[4]. a singer

प्रश्न क्र. : 2

The beggar confessed to skvortsov that he begged because…………. [1]. He was turned out of the Russi

[2]. He was scolded by the lawyer.

[3]. he was caught by the police .

[4]. He was ashamed of himself .

प्रश्न क्र. : 3

The beggar agreed to work as ………… . [1]. a factory worker

[2]. a billiard marker

[3]. a house porter

[4]. a wood chopper

प्रश्न क्र. : 4

Which adjective does Skvortsov use to describe his cook? [1]. Gentle

[2]. Cross

[3]. Cool

[4]. Hot

प्रश्न क्र. : 5

Who brought about a change in the beggar? [1]. Skvortsov’s colleague

[2]. The cook

[3]. Skvortsov

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 6

Who is the bagger actually ? [1]. a singer

[2]. an artist

[3]. a player

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 7

 Choose the word with similar meaning to ‘wrath ‘. [1]. Tired

[2]. Glad

[3]. Anger

[4]. Laziness

प्रश्न क्र. : 8

Find the Antonym of ‘forget ‘.

[1]. Learn

[2]. Worry

[3]. Remember

[4]. Think

प्रश्न क्र. : 9

Lushkov is in the habit of :- [1]. Stealing

[2]. Telling lies

[3]. Working hard

[4]. Making the excuse

प्रश्न क्र. : 10

Why was Lushkov telling lies to the people ? [1]. To seek sympathy

[2]. To get alms

[3]. To befool them

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 11

Which incident became a turning point in Lushkov life ? [1]. Sergei’s offer to work

[2]. Olgy’s help

[3]. Removal from choir group

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 12

Why was  Lushkov not willing to work ? [1]. Because of poor health

[2]. Because of his drunkness

[3]. Because he was hungry and weak

[4]. All of these

प्रश्न क्र. : 13

What forced  Lushkov to be beggar ? [1]. choir group

[2]. His circumstamces

[3]. His employer

[4]. None of these

प्रश्न क्र. : 14

How much money Lushkov was earning in a notary’s office ? [1]. 25 roubles a month

[2]. 35 roubles a month

[3]. 45 roubles a month

[4]. 20 roubles a month

प्रश्न क्र. : 15

What was the name of the cook ? [1]. Ergei

[2]. Olga

[3]. Lushkov

[4]. None of these

प्रश्न क्र. : 16

Who  made the beggar lead a good life ? [1]. Olgy the cook

[2]. Skvortsov

[3]. A music teacher

[4]. None of these

प्रश्न क्र. : 17

Who  did not give alms to the beggar ? [1]. Skvortsov

[2]. People on the road

[3]. Skvortsov’s maidservant

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 18

 Writer  the noun form of  ‘Drunken’ . [1]. Drunkness

[2]. Drunkard

[3]. drunk

[4]. None of the above

प्रश्न क्र. : 19

Choose the adjective of ‘charity’ . [1]. Charitable

[2]. Charity

[3]. Charitableness

[4]. None of the above

SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS

प्रश्न क्र. : 1

As soon as the  beggar was offered a job, he refused it and made excuses. What were the excuses?

प्रश्न क्र. : 2

How did the beggar defend his act of begging?

प्रश्न क्र. : 3

In the beginning of the story, Skvortsov was ready to hand over the beggar to the  police but  in the later part of the story, the author says,”Skvortsov’s wrath had passed off. ” What does this indicate about Skvortsov’s character?

प्रश्न क्र. : 4

Olga behaved  with the beggar very badly .Was her behaviour real? Justify your answer.

प्रश्न क्र. : 5

Did  Skvortsov really succeed in reforming the beggar? Give reason to support your answer.

प्रश्न क्र. : 6

Why did the beggar confess that he lied ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 7

The author says that the beggar had been taken at his words. Do you agree ? Support your answer.

प्रश्न क्र. : 8

The beggar  says, ” It’s rather late for him to be a shopman.” What reason did he  give to support his statement ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 9

According to Skvortsov, the beggar couldn’t be a house porter or a factory hand .What reason did he give to support his statement ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 10

 Skvortsov flew into a rage and gave the  beggar  a merciless scolding . The ragged  fellow’s insolent  lying aroused his disgust and aversion, was an offence against what he, Skvortsov, loved and prized in himself : kindliness, a feeling heart, sympathy for the unhappy. By his lying, by this treacherous assault upon compassion, the individual had, as it were, defiled the charity which he liked to give to the poor with no misgivings in his heart. The beggar at first defended himself, protested with oaths, then he sank into silence and hung his head, overcome with shame.

   1 What is the meaning of rage?

   2 What did Skvortsov like to give the poor?

   3 What kind of man was Skvortsov?

प्रश्न क्र. : 11

Why did Skvortsov look askance at the beggar?

प्रश्न क्र. : 12

What reasons did the beggar give for begging?

प्रश्न क्र. : 13

What was the reason that made Skvortsov feel ashamed and sore?

प्रश्न क्र. : 14

What made Skvortsov so happy when he met the beggar at the theatre ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 15

Why did olga shed tears over the beggar?

प्रश्न क्र. : 16

Why was Lushkov the beggar compelled to beg?

प्रश्न क्र. : 17

Why did the beggar get a merciless scolding ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 18

“I can-not get on without lying, said the beggar. Why did he say so. 

प्रश्न क्र. : 19

What moral do you draw from the story?

प्रश्न क्र. : 20

“It was the attitude ,not the words that brought about a change in the  beggar “Explain”

LONG ANWER TYPE QUESTIONS

प्रश्न क्र. : 1

When does the people are compelled to beg?

प्रश्न क्र. : 2

How can we help beggars ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 3

What steps should be taken by the Govt. to abolish begging?

प्रश्न क्र. : 4

How can we provide a good life to beggars ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 5

Kindness touches the very core of one’s heart. How? Explain?

प्रश्न क्र. : 6

Write a short essay on ‘Begging in India” touching the following points.

                    (I) Causes (II) Effects (III)Remedies

प्रश्न क्र. : 7

Do you think it right to beg in order to gain something ? Think over it and explain?

प्रश्न क्र. : 8

What is internet begging ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 9

What measures have been taken to abolish begging in India ?

प्रश्न क्र. : 10

“Giving alms to beggar is to support human trafficking “Explain.

प्रश्न क्र. : 11

You are Sohan/Sonia. You have seen the following news item in the newspaper. Using this and your own ideas, write an article describing      both the benefits and drawbacks of using these high-tech devices.{ Video games, Internet, cell phones and other high-tech gadgets are just part of growing up in a digital world. But parents are concerned about the amount of time their children spend with these and worry that it might distracting and cramping their academic and social development.}

प्रश्न क्र. : 12

Our house is filled with photos. They cover the walls of my kitchen, dining room and den. I see our family’s entire history, starting with my wedding, continuing through the births of both sons, buying a home, family gatherings, and vacations. When my sons were little, they loved to pose. They waved, danced, climbed trees, batted balls, hung upside down from the jungle gym, and did anything for a picture. But when they reached adolescence, picture-taking changed into something they barely tolerated- Their bodies were growing at haphazard speed. Reluctantly, they stood with us or with their grandparents at birthday celebrations and smiled weakly at the camera for as short a time as possible.

2. I am the chronicler of our photographs. I select those to be framed and arrange the others in albums. The process is addictive and as the shelves that hold our albums become fuller and fuller, I wonder what will become of them. Will anyone look at these photographs in future years? If my sons look at them, what will they think of us and of themselves? One bright afternoon, I took some photographs of my father with my husband as they fished on a lake near our vacation house. As my sons and I sat on the shore and watched them row away, I picked the camera up and photographed the beautiful lake surrounded by green trees. The two men I loved’ gradually grew smaller until all I could see were my father’s red shirt and the tan and blue caps on their heads.

3. My father died a week later and suddenly those photos became priceless, to me. I wept when I pasted them in our album. I wept again, afterward, when I saw my younger son .looking at them. It was a few days before he went away to college. He had taken all our albums down from the bookshelves in the den and spread them out on the carpet. It had been a very long time since I had seen him doing this. Once he stopped posing for pictures, he seemed to lose interest in looking at them. But now he was on the verge of leaving home. This was his special time to look ahead and look back. I stood for a moment in the hall by the den and then tiptoed away. I didn’t take a photo of my son that afternoon, but I will remember how he looked for as long as I live. Some pictures, I learned, don’t have to be taken with a camera.

Questions:

(i) (a) Find the word opposite in meaning to ‘impossible’. 

(b) Find a word used in the sense of ‘slowly but steadily’. 

(c) Their bodies were growing at speed. (which part of speech is “at”

(d) Give the synonym of ‘infancy’. 

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