Q.1: Who was leading the blind girl carefully between the flower-beds ?
b) a little boy
c) Miss Beam
Q.2: Which of the following statements are true about Miss Beam ?
i) She had a plump figure.
ii) She was middle-aged.
iii) She was kindly and understanding.
a) i and iii
b) only iii
c) i, ii and iii
Q.3: Which of the following things do the children learn to do in Miss Beam’s school ?
a) fractions, multiplying, subtracting, spelling
b) spelling, writing, multiplying, subtracting
c) spelling, adding, decimals, area
Q.4: What was the real aim of the school ?
a) To teach thoughtfulness
b) To teach drama
c) To teach cooking
Q.5: What was the thing that pained the author ?
a) Food was not nutritious.
b) Children were unhappy.
c) Children were not so healthy and active-looking.
Q.6: What was the most important part of the Miss Beam’s school system ?
a) To make children understand misfortune.
b) To make children appreciate their good fortune.
c) To make children help others.
Q.7: During the blind day, the bandage is put on ___________ so they wake blind.
Q.8: According to the children, which is the most difficult day ?
a) Deaf day
b) Dumb day
c) Blind day
Q.9: “Don’t you ever peep?”, who asked this to whom ?
a) Author to Miss Beam
b) Author to the Blind girl
c) Author to the gardener
Q.10: According to the blind girl, who are the best helpers ?
a) Those who talk a lot.
b) Those who walk carefully.
c) Those who have been blind already.
Q.11: Who was walking up and down the garden with Miss Beam ?
Q.12: __________ was the girl with curly red hair.
Q.13: What did the author say to Miss Beam at the time of his departure ?
a) He said that he enjoyed his day.
b) He said that he was sorry to leave.
c) He said that he will come again soon.
Q.14: “Ah ! Then there is something in my system after all”, who said these words ?
a) Miss Beam