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1. Who is the writer of the story?
A) Max Ehrmann B) W Somerset Maugham C) Ruskin Bond D) Jeffrey Archer
2. When was the poem written?
A) 1950 B) 1980 C) 1927 D) 1924
3. What was the little Chinese statue made of?
A) Ivory B) White marble C) Stone D) Gold
4. Who brought the statue to London?
A) The author B) Sir Alexander Heathcote C) The narrator D) A stranger
5. Who accompanied Sir Alexander during his trips in China?
A) A Thai guide B) His Mandarin friend C) A Mandarin interpreter and guide D) His wife
[blur]6. What is the meaning of the term ‘murmur’ in the story? A) Breaking into pieces B) Sing loudly C) Say something in a low voice D) Speak loudly 7. Where did Sir Alexander find the statue? A) He stole it B) He got it as a gift from the royal family C) At the market D) At the workshop of an old craftsman in a small village 8. What was the old craftsman wearing? A) A long yellow robe B) A long, blue coolie robe and flat black hat C) A pink shirt and blue pants D) A long grey robe 9. How long was the statue present in the Ming dynasty? A) Over seven generations B) Five generations C) Three generations D) Over twelve generations 10. The statue was a family heirloom of which dynasty? A) Tang dynasty B) Song dynasty C) Qin dynasty D) Ming dynasty 11. What would Sir Alexander do every morning? A) Go for jogging B) Have one boiled egg, two pieces of toast and a cup of China tea with his wife C) Play with his pet dog D) Read a book 12. How big was the statue? A) Around a foot tall B) More than eight inches C) No more than six inches D) Around ten inches 13. What statue did the craftsman show Sir Alexander? A) A statue of Emperor Kung B) A statue of the craftsman himself C) A statue of a lion D) A Buddha statue 14. What gift did Sir Alexander give to the old craftsman? A) A newly built workshop B) Precious gems C) A big golden statue of Emperor Kung D) A small white house 15. Which of the following is NOT true about Major James Heathcote? A) He was serving his Queen in the Boer War B) He was the youngest son of Sir Alexander C) He had little interest in culture D) The Major was commissioned with the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment 16. “A small, inadequate gift and my feeble attempt to repay you in kind.”- Who is the speaker? A) The craftsman B) The ambassador C) A foreigner lady D) Major James Heathcote 17. What did the ambassador ask the craftsman to do when he returned within the calendar year? A) He asked the craftsman to accompany him on a short journey B) He asked the craftsman to sell his workshop C) He asked the craftsman to make a statue D) He asked the craftsman to retire and take rest 18. “The Mandarin listened sympathetically to the Ambassador…”- Who is the ‘Ambassador’ here? A) Sir Joseph Bell B) Yung Lee C) Major James Heathcote D) Sir Alexander 19. What would happen to Yung Lee’s workshop after him? A) He would sell it B) His wife would take over C) His son would take over and continue the family tradition D) He would give it to a friend’s son 20. Who was Yung Lee? A) The old craftsman B) The interpreter C) A young craftsman from the town D) Sir Alexander’s driver[/blur]
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