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Lesson 9 (The Foolish Quack) Short Questions FSc 1st Year English

Level:  F.A / F.Sc Class:  1st Year Board:  Punjab Textbook Board Subject:  English Book I: Short Stories Chapter 9:  The Foolish Quack Type:  Short Questions Author:  Swynnerton Pages:  5 PDF Size:  2 MB [ PDF Download ] This chapter is from the 11th class English book 1 and it has been translated by Swynnerton. we have presented the important questions of this chapter for the intermediate (part 1) FSc FA first year students. Q: What complaint did the foolish quack make to the camel-men? He told them that he had applied their technique to cure the goiter of a woman, but instead of recovering she died. He complained that their technique was faulty, and they were fools. Q: How did the camel-men reply to the foolish quack’s complaint? One of the camel-men came forward and hit a camel with a stick covered with metal rings. Then he hit the foolish quack with the same stick. The result was that the quack fell unconscious. Q: What final lesson did the camel-man teach the foolish quack?