Objective Type Question From If I Were You

Very short questions or objective type questions with solution / answers from If I Were You by Douglas James - Based strictly on NCERT pattern from Beehive

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Q. Who is the writer of the story If I Were You ?

Answer - Douglas James

Q. Who is the owner of the house ?

Answer - Gerrard

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Q. What does he expect ?

Answer - someone to ring him up

Q. To whom does Gerrard tell the story of his life ?

Answer - Intruder

Q. What is Gerrard related with ?

Answer - to the theatre

Q. What does the intruder have in his hand ?

Answer - A revolver

Q. Whom had the intruder killed ?

Answer - Cop

Q. Who had said the following words," At last a sympathetic audience." ?

Answer - Gerrard

Q. Who had said the following words," They can't hang me twice." ?

Answer - The intruder

Q. Whom does the intruder want to kill now ?

Answer - Gerrard

Q. What is the intruder plan after killing Gerrard ?

Answer - The intruder would take on Gerrard's identity and start living like him.

Q. Who makes up a clever story ?

Answer - Gerrard

Q. What is Gerrard's Christian names ?

Answer - Vincent Charles

Q. What is the meaning of embrace ?

Answer - hug

Q. Who has said the following words," I can't let you have the props in time for rehearsal." ?

Answer - Gerrard

Q. Who has said the following words," You'll soon stop being smart." ?

Answer - The intruder

Q. What is the door of Gerrard's garage ?

Answer - door of a cupboard

Q. What does Gerrard do to the intruder at the end of the play ?

Answer - He locked him behind the door.

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