1. All their pillows and belongings had been stolen
2. They had forgotten where they had hidden the bag.
3. They had overslept and could not complete their pilgrimage that day.
4. The inn keeper had presented them with a huge bill.
5. None of these
None of these
1. Only (A) & (C)
2. Only (B) & (C)
3. Only (B)
4. All (A), (B) & (C)
5. None of these
All (A), (B) & (C)
1. She hid it at the innkeeper
2. She carried it with her on their way to the minister's house
3. She planned to go on a pilgrimage with her husband
4. She wanted to retire and not run the innkeeper anymore.
5. Not clearly mentioned in the passage.
Not clearly mentioned in the passage.
1. He was planning to bribe the minister
2. The minister had told him that he doubted the old couple’s story
3. He considered the minister a fool
4. He did not know of the minister's real plan to catch the thief
5. Not even his wife knew he had stolen the money.
He did not know of the minister's real plan to catch the thief
1. To discover who was telling the truth
2. To punish them for quarrelling
3. To decide who was worthy to go the pilgrimage
4. To find out where the money was hidden and claim it for himself
5. To entertain the villagers.
To discover who was telling the truth
1. They were unable to pay their bill
2. It was a pretense of being upset for accusing him
3. He was afraid that they would ask him for money to complete the pilgrimage
4. He was afraid his wife would unintentionally reveal the location of the money
5. Not clearly mentioned in the passage
Not clearly mentioned in the passage
1. They considered it part of their pilgrimage
2. The minister had accompanied them and helped them carry it
3. They were relieved that the minister had declared them innocent
4. The distance between the king's court and the minister's house was not much
5. They were convinced along the way that God knew of their innocence.
They were convinced along the way that God knew of their innocence.