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Read the Comic Strip Based On. H.G. Wells' Novells. Answer the Questions by Ticking the Correct Option. - English - Communicative

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Read the comic strip based on. H.G. Wells' novells. 

Answer the questions by ticking the correct option. 

(a) The strange-looking man wanted .... 
(i) the best room at the inn. 
(ii} a room with a fire and a good lock. 
(iii} a room with a good view. 
(iv) a room where he could work quietly. 
(b) Jimson was suspicious of the stranger because ... 
(i} he did not answer Jimson's questions. 
(ii} he did not want to talk about the weather. 
(iii} he kept his back turned towards Jimson at all times. 
(iv) he shouted atJimson when he entered his room. 
(c) The people of the town gossiped about the stranger as ... 
(i} he did not go out or talk to anyone in the town. 
(ii} he had met with an accident and his face was bandaged. 
(iii} he was new to the town and behaved rudely. 
(iv) he stayed in his room and did not show his face to anyone. 
(d) 'There was a rush of burglaries in the town. This means that ________
(i} there were many robberies in the town. 
(ii) a few people in the town had seen a rob her. 
(iii} the burglaries in the town were done in a rush. 
(iv) the burglar was a rash and careless man. 
(e) Although Jimson and Dr Cuss are suspicious of the strange guest, Mrs Hall tolerates him because .... 
(i} she is not superstitious or ignorant. 
(ii) she is sorry for the stranger who is bandaged. 
(iii} the stranger is paying her a good amount of money for the room. 
(iv} the stranger is polite and kind to Mrs Hall at all times. 
(f) The stranger who was staying at the inn can be described as being .... 
(I} violent 
(ii} upright 
(iii} dishonest 
(iv) sensible 

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Solution

(a) The strange-looking man wanted - a room with a fire and a good lock.

(b) Jimson was suspicious of the stranger because - he kept his back turned towards Jimson at all times.

(c) The people of the town gossiped about the stranger as - he stayed in his room and did not show his face to anyone.

(d) 'There was a rush of burglaries in the town. This means that - there were many robberies in the town.

(e) Although Jimson and Dr Cuss are suspicious of the strange guest, Mrs Hall tolerates him because - the stranger is paying her a good amount of money for the room.

(f) The stranger who was staying at the inn can be described as being - violent

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CBSE English Course Communicative: Main Course Book Interact in English - Class 9
Chapter 5.2 The Invisible Man
Exercise | Q 5 | Page 92
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