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Passage Reading and English Comprehension

Read the following passage and answer the following questions based on it

When she came to my window for some time neither of us said anything. But when she moved on, I found myself leaving my seat and going to the carriage door. she noticed me at the door, and stood waiting on the platform, looking the other way. I walked across to the tea stall. A kettle was boiling over on a small fire, but the owner of the stall was busy serving tea somewhere on the train. The girl followed me behind the stall.

'Do you want to buy a basket?' she asked.
'They are very strong, made of the finest cane.'
'No,' I said, 'I don't want a basket.'
We stood looking at each other for what seemed a very long time and then she said, 'Are you sure you don't want a basket?'
'All right, give me one,' I said, and I took the one on top and gave her a rupee, hardly daring to touch her fingers.
As she was about to speak, the guard blew his whistle; she said something, but it was lost in the clanging of the bell and the hissing of the engine. I had to run back to my compartment. The carriage shuddered and jolted forward.
I watched her as the platform slipped away. She was alone on the platform and she did not move, but was looking at me and smiling. I watched her till the signal box came in the way, and then the jungle hid the station but I could still see her standing alone...

790. Where did the strangers meet?

(a) In the city
(b) On the platform
(c) In a village
(d) In the railway compartment

791. What was she doing there?

(a) She was selling tea
(b) She was selling baskets
(c) She was collecting rags
(d) She was waiting for somebody

792. The person in the story purchased the basket because

(a) he needed one
(b) it was cheap
(c) it was a beautiful basket
(d) the girl was very persuasive

793. What did she do when the train was leaving the station?

(a) She followed him to the compartment
(b) She began to collect her baskets
(c) She kept looking at him and smiling
(d) She neglected him and went away

794. This passage is about

(a) selling of baskets on the platform
(b) strange things on the platform
(c) deep hatred between the strangers
(d) first-sight-love between the strangers

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