Class Task For – Eyes Have it

SAQ – Eyes Have It.

1. How did the girl’s parents show their concern for her?

2. Why was she startled when the narrator spoke?

3. What voices did the narrator hear when the train entered the Saharanpur station?

4. Why did the narrator remain silent when the next fellow traveller came into the compartment?

5. What did the new passenger assume from the narrator’s silence?

6. What did the second man notice about the girl?

7. Why was the second man puzzled when he was asked if the girl’s hair was long or short?


Q. The Eyes Have it is written by –

(1)- A.P.J.Abdul Kalam

(2)- Ruskin Bond

(3)- Leo Tolstoy

(4)- Langston Hughes

Q. The original title of the story The Eyes Have it is –

(1)- The Eyes Are Not There

(2)- The Eyes Are Here

(3)- The Eyes Are Not Here

(4)- The Eyes Not Here

Q. The narrator was alone up to –

(1)- Rohana

(2)- Dehra

(3)- Shaharanpur

(4)- Mussoorie

Q. Who got in the train at Rohana station –

(1)- A young boy

(2)- A young girl

(3)- A man

(4)- A blind young girl

Q. Where did a young girl got in the train compartment –

(1)- Rohana

(2)- Dehra

(3)- Mussoorie

(4)- Shaharanpur

Q. Who came to see the girl off –

(1)- Her aunt

(2)- Her parents

(3)- Probably her parents

(4)- Her brother and sister

Q. At that time the narrator was –

(1)- Partially blind

(2)- Totally blind

(3)- Not blind

(4)- None of the above

Q. Who gave the girl detailed instructions –

(1)- The woman

(2)- The man

(3)- Both of them

(4)- None of them

Q. What did the young girl wear –

(1)- Shoes

(2)- Slippers

(3)- Slappers

(4)- None of the above

Q. The couple was very anxious about the girl’s –

(1)- Journey

(2)- Health

(3)- Comfort

(4)- Sleep

Q. In that compartment the person first talked was –

(1)- The narrator

(2)- The young girl

(3)- Both of them

(4)- None of them

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