1 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Why did the merchant offer to buy Hira's horse?
A.  He was very fond of horses and Hira's horse was a rare breed.
B.  It was his way of helping Hira who was poor.
C.  The horse would be useful for carrying goods to the market.
D.  He hated Hira and wanted to deprive him of something he loved
E.  None of these
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2 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage?
(1) Hira was an orphan.
(2) The merchant was very persevering
(3) The merchant was more fond of Hira's horse than Hira was.
A.  None
B.  Only I
C.  Both I & II
D.  All I, II & III
E.  None of these
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3 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Why did Hira set the condition of giving the merchant ten lashes?
A.  To discourage the merchant from buying his horse
B.  To demonstrate how painful a whipping was so that the merchant would never hit the horse
C.  To bargain with the merchant to offer more money
D.  To out wit the merchant who was trying to cheat him
E.  None of these
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4 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Why did the bystanders take Hira's side in the argument?
I. They hoped that Hira would give them a reward from the five hundred gold coins he had earned.
II. They were sure that the merchant would ill-treat the horse and wanted to prevent that from happening.
III. They knew that Hira would be miserable without his horse which he was very fond.
A.  None
B.  Only I
C.  Both I & III
D.  Only III
E.  None of these
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5 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
What reason did Hira cite for not giving the merchant the final lash?
A.  He was tired and not in the mood
B.  He realised that the merchant was in great pain and took pity on him
C.  He was following the advice of the people around.
D.  His horse was distressed by the whipping
E.  He had changed his mind about selling his horse
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6 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Which of the following can be said about Hira?
(I) He was very cunning.
(II) He needed money.
(III)He was cruel to people but loved animals.
A.  Only I
B.  Both I and II
C.  Both II & III
D.  All I, II & III
E.  None of these
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7 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
What made the merchant agree to Hira's strange condition for buying the horse?
A.  He wanted to show Hira how brave he was.
B.  The thought of the profit he would make on selling the horse.
C.  The fear that Hira would raise the price of his horse other wise.
D.  He did not think that Hira would actually whip him.
E.  None of these
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8 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Why did Hira consider selling his horse to the merchant?
A.  He had no real use for the horse.
B.  The merchant's offer was more than what the horse's worth was
C.  He had not managed to sell it at the village fair
D.  He could no longer afford to feed his horse
E.  None of these
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9 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Which of the following best describes the merchant's reputation in the village?
A.  He was enterprising and had made a lot of money.
B.  He was dishonest and would do anything to get what he wanted
C.  He would squander his money on thing he liked
D.  He was generous and helped the less fortunate.
E.  He was successful because he was courageous and stubborn
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10 . Read the following passage carefully andanswer the questions given below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One day Hira rode his horse to the village fair. On his way back he met Somendra, the merchant. The merchant was a crafty man, ready to do anything to earn some money. The villagers knew this. In fact no one knew what trick he would be up to next. Now, Hira was poor and had no one in the world to call his own except a beautiful, white horse. He loved it more than anything else in the world. The merchant had his eye on the horse for a long time and tried to think of a way to get it for himself. Seeing Hira, the merchant thought, 'Hira is a simpleton. Let me see if I can trick him out of his house.' So he said to Hira, 'Yo live all along. How do you manage? What does a young boy like you need with a horse? Sell it to me and I shall make you rich in return.' Hira replied, 'No I don't want to sell my horse.' But the merchant refused to give up so easily. He offered Hira more money. Finally, when the offer reached five hundred gold coins, Hira paused and said, 'Five hundred good coins seems like a good price. But I have a condition. If you agree to it, I shall give you my horse.' 'What is it?' the merchant asked impatiently. 'Give me the money right now and I shall give you my horse when I have given you ten lashes, 'said Hira. 'Is that all?' asked the merchant. He could easily bear ten lashes. After all, he would resell the horse for over a thousand gold coins in the market. He would take twenty lashes for such a gain. He agreed instantly. He ran home and got the money for Hira and brought along his whip as well. Hira counted the money carefully, He, then, took the whip and the lashes fell on the merchant's back in quick succession. By the eighth lash the merchant was almost in tears but he told himself that there were only two lashes to go and the horse would be his! The merchant held his breath waiting for the final lash. But Hira had mounted his horse and was riding of, 'Wait!' shouted the merchant in anger. 'What about the tenth lash? Where are you going with the horse? We had a deal.' Hira stopped and said, 'I agreed to give you the horse only after I had given you ten lashes. But it is upsetting my horse. I'll give you the last lash later. Till then goodbye!' 'Come back you cheat!' the merchant shouted. But the crowd that had gathered around agreed with Hira. A deal was a deal. Till the last was given the horse could not belong to the merchant. Hira rode away richer by five hundred gold coins and Somendra waited in vain for several days for the final lash which never came!
Choose the word which is most SIMILAR in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage.
RETURN
A.  reject
B.  profit
C.  settle
D.  replace
E.  exchange
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