Hi Everyone!! This article will share The Abraham Prize Questions & Answers.
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The Abraham Prize Questions & Answers
Question 1: Complete the sentences:
(a) William Abraham completed his schooling and became a doctor.
(b) Abraham gives a prize to the student who gets highest marks.
(c) The special English test was scheduled on next Tuesday.
(d) Wai-choy used pencil to answer the questions of the test.
(e) A piece of folded paper landed on Wai-choy’s desk.
(f) Wai-choy walked out with tears in his eyes.
(g) Wai-choy got the highest marks in the English exam.
Question 2: Who said to whom?
(a) “What are you doing Wai choy?”
Answer: These words are spoken by the teacher to Wai choy.
(b) “Oh I can prove that I did not write the note.”
Answer: These words are spoken by Wai choy to the old man.
Question 3: Was this the first time the special English exam was held? How can you tell?
Answer: No, it was not the first time the special English exam was being held. We can tell because the teacher used the words ‘every year’
Question 4: Choose the correct option:
The first fifteen questions were easy for
i. Wai-choy to do
ii. Ying-kee to do
iii. all the students to do
Question 5: Who threw a piece of folded paper to Wai-choy?
Answer: Ying-kee threw a piece of folded paper to Wai-choy.
Question 6: Why do you think Ying-kee chose to ask Wai-choy for the answer to question 11?
Answer: Ying-kee chose to ask Wai-choy because he knew that Wai-choy was an intelligent child.
Question 7: When the teacher saw Wai-choy throwing the note back? What did he do?
Answer: When the teacher saw Wai-choy throwing the note back, he thought he was cheating. He took away his paper and asked him to leave the class.
Question 8: Do you think Wai-choy always rode his bicycle with his head down? How can you tell?
Answer: No, I don’t think that Wai-choy always rode his bicycle with his head down. I can tell because that day he was very upset.
Question 9: At the time of the accident, did the old man tell Wai-choy who he was?
Answer: No, the old man did not tell Wai-choy who he was.
Question 10: What happened when Wai-choy noticed a pen in the old man’s pocket?
Answer: When Wai-choy noticed a pen in the old man’s pocket, he immediately recalled that the note which Ying-kee threw at him was written with pen but he had attempted the paper with pencil.
Question 11: There is one mistake in each of these sentences. Correct the mistakes to show that Wai-choy had not cheated in the exam.
(a) Ying-kee’s note was written with a pencil.
Answer: Ying-kee’s note was written with a pen.
(b) Wai-choy wrote the exam with a pen.
Answer: Wai-choy wrote the exam with a pencil.
(c) Wai-choy had a pen and a pencil.
Answer: Wai-choy had only pencils.
(d) At the time the teacher saw him throwing back the note, Wai-choy had not completed question 11.
Answer: Wai-choy had already completed question 11.
(e) The handwriting in the note was the same as Wai-choy’s.
Answer: The handwriting in the note was not the same as Wai-choy’s.
Question 12: Do you think Wai-choy should have told the teacher that it was Ying Kee who had written the note?
Answer: Yes, Wai-choy should have said this because that would have made sure that the person at fault was punished and no one else.
Question 13: What is the moral of the story?
Answer: The moral of the story is – ‘Honesty is the best policy’.
So, these were The Abraham Prize Questions & Answers.