Reading Comprehension Practice Test 9

Reading Comprehension Practice Test 9

 

Direction: Answer the question (1-5) based on the passage given below

It is difficult to believe, that any man can be so spiritually dead as to have no love for his native country after travelling in foreign lands. But if such an unpatriotic person does exist, take careful note of his career, and you will find that he will never inspire poets to celebrate him in deathless songs. He may be a man of high rank, of noble family and of riches beyond the
dream of avarice, but these great advantages will not save him from oblivion. In spite of them all, he will win no fame during his life time, and when he dies he will die in a double sense. His body will return to the dust whence it came, and his name will be forgotten. None will weep for him, non will honour him, and no poet will keep his name alive in immortal poetry

1. An unpatriotic man who loves not his country will thus be treated by poets-
(a) Ridicule
(b) Not say any thing
(c) Hated
(d) Not immortalize

Ans. d
2. Such a man described in the passage will not achieve fame if he is –
(a) Not a rich man
(b) In no condition
(c) Not of a noble family
(d) Not a great poet

Ans. b

13. Passage deals with the problem of –
(a) Brain drain
(b) Treason

(c) Corruption
(d) None

Ans. b

14. In the passage man is said to die in double sense.
Which death is repentable?
(a) Physical      (b) Oblivion
(c) Cant be said   (d) None

Ans. b

15. The people who does not love their country are-
(a) In majority
(b) Very few
(c) None
(d) Not clear

Ans. b