Passage for Exercise-75

Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions- given below:—

    Dorabji Edulji Gimi was the Headmaster then. He was popular among boys, as he was disciplinarian, a man of method and a good teacher. He had made gymnastics and cricket compulsory for the boys of the upper standards. I disliked both. I never took part in any exercise, cricket or football, before they were made compulsory. My shyness was one of the reasons for this aloofness, which I now see was wrong.  then had the false notion that gymnastics had nothing to do with education. Today I know that physical training should have as much place in the curriculum as mental training.


(i) Who is the speaker of the above passage?
(ii) Why was Mr. Gimi popular among boys?
(iii) What was Gandhiji’s false notion?
(iv) Give the opposite of the following words:—
      Compulsory, false, dislike, upper.
(v) Of the following four statements only two are true. Write out the true statements:-
(a) Dorabji Edulji Gimi was not a good teacher.
(b) He had made Gymnastics compulsory.
(c) Gandhiji did not take part in cricket.
(a) His shyness was not the reason of his aloofness.

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