Navodaya Entrance Exam Class 6, Sainik School Entrance Exam Class 6
Read each passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.
For each question four probable answers as (a),(b),(c) and (d) are given. Only one out of these is correct.
Once upon a time I went for a week’s holiday in the Continent with an Indian friend. We both enjoyed ourselves and were sorry when the week was over, but on parting our behavior was absolutely different. He was plunged in despair. He felt that because the holiday was over all happiness was over. until the world ended. He could not express his sorrow too much, but in me the Englishman came out strong. I could not see what there was to make a fuss about. It was not as if we were parting forever or dying. ‘Buck up’, I said, ‘do buck up’. He refused to buck up, and I left him plunged in gloom.
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