Comprehension Part - 13

Awal Creations

17-06-2022 • 6 mins

This is the story of a man who thought that he had the right to do whatever he liked. One day, this gentleman was walking along a busy road, spinning his walking-stick round and round in his hand, and was trying to look important. A man walking behind him objected.


“You ought not to spin your walking-stick round and round like that!” he said.


“I am free to do what I like with my walking-stick,” argued the gentleman.

‘Of course, you are,” said the other man, “but you ought to know that your freedom ends where my nose begins.”


The story tells us that we can enjoy our rights and our freedom only if they do not interfere with other people’s rights and freedom.


1. The gentleman was walking along a-

a. lonely road.

b. busy road.

c. narrow road.


2. The gentleman was-

a. running along the road.

b. disturbing others on the road.

c. spinning his walking-stick round and round.


3. The man who protested was a-

a. teacher.

b. passer-by.

c. passing-by.

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