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Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the correct option. PASSAGE Lizard island is only 30 KM off the far north Queensland coast and 250 KM north of Cairns, the most northerly city in Northeastern Australia. The 1,012 hectare island is spectacularly rugged with vegetation ranging from grassland to rainforest and encompassing pandanus swamp, eucalypt woodland and mangroves. The most recent discoverers of this island were Sir Sydney Williams and another north Queensland businessman., Mr. John Wilson, now a Brisbane share broker. For several years from 1968, they camped on Lizard island for annual fishing holidays and in 1974 after obtaining it Queensland Government lease with other businessmen, built four cabins for guests. In the next step of development in 1978, they raised the number of bungalows to eight, then to fifteen in 1982 and in 1984 ultimately the complex was bought by the Queensland State Government Insurance Office. 26 The island is consistently visited by those who seem to be quite careful about their health. Each has all the facilities expected in such an elegant resort including well – stocked mini bar. It is because of this that Australian Prime Ministers for the decade or so have taken heed, as they constantly retreat to this island to rest, relax and lick the wounds of office. Since this island attracts people from all over the world, most of the time it remains packed. One of the island resort’s founders, Queensland aviation pioneer, Sir Sydney Williams, affirms that a sturdy Arab Sheikh once cam ashore from a chartered luxury yacht and tried to book a suite for the night. When told the place was full he hastily produced a cheque book and offered to buy it.

Q1.Who amongst the following discovered the lizard island?
(a) John Wilson and a Brisbane share broker
(b) Sidney Williams and a Queensland aviation pioneer
(c) North Queensland business man
(d) Brisbane share broker and a Queensland aviation pioneer
Q2. Which of the following reasons prompted the Arab Sheikh to buy the island?
(a) he is impressed by the beauty of the island (b) he wanted to stay there for a night
(c) he felt offended due to refusal of accommodation (d) none of the above
Q3. Which of the following is not true in the context of the passage?
(a) In the first step of development eight bungalows were developed
(b) Lizard island has become a busy island
(c) Lizard island is full of greenery (d) None of the above
Q4. What were the first and the foremost thing that struck to the discoveries for the development of the
(a) to build four cabins for guest (b) to associate government officers
(c) to give a decorative look by growing vegetation (d) none of the above
Q5. The Lizard island is situated nearest from
(a) North America (b) South America (c) Cairns (d) North Queensland

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The answer to the question 1 is option c.The answer to the question 2 is option a.The answer to the question 3 is option b.The answer to the question 4 is option a.The answer to the question 5 is option c. By closely understanding and analysing the question, we arrive to this solution. This is a common but simple questions which can be easily solved. Variants of this questions are also present which can be solved easily as this one.

Answerd on:2019-06-24 Answerd By:Vinayaelma

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