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Que : 396. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below :
Discipline must be enforced early in life. Discipline at home makes for the future greatness of a boy. It forms his character and makes him a fit citizen. The child who is allowed to have his own way becomes way-ward. The child who is allowed all sorts of excesses like running about in the sun, exposing himself to cold, eating wholesome things, as a result will fall ill frequently. A child, whose habits have been disciplined and who has been taught to rise early, attend to his lessons properly, take physical exercises at the proper time and avoid things that are injurious will grow up to be a useful member of the society. The spoilt child who has been allowed to run his own course will show vice in younger days. His parents would wish that he had not been born at all.
(i) What does discipline do for a child ?
(a) forms character and makes him a fit citizen
(b) makes child dull.
(c) makes him strong.
(d) makes him way-ward.
(ii) What evils does a child pick up when he is allowed to do what he likes?
(a) make himself happy
(b) catch cold and fall ill
(c) develop good habits
(d) develop discipline in him
(iii) What are good habits ?
(a) Running in the sun
(b) Playing all the time
(c) Avoid things that are injurious
(d) Exposing himself to cold
(iv) Give a suitable title.
(a) Importance of discipline
(d) Physical Exercises
(v) What does 'Spoilt' mean?
(i) (a) forms character and makes him a fit citizen
(ii) (b) catch cold and fall ill
(iii) (c) Avoid things that are injurious
(iv) (a) Importance of discipline
(v) (a) greatness