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Read the following extracts and answer the questions that follow : 

I loved him for this. By myself, I might have never found Lutkins. With the hack driver’s knowing help, I was sure getting of my man. I took him into my confidence and told him that I wanted to serve summons on Lutkins-that the man had refused to be a witness, when his information could have quickly settled our case. The driver listened earnestly. At the end, he hit me on the shoulders and laughed.

1. Who is "I" and "him" referred to here?

a. "I" is referred to the hack driver and "him" is to the young lawyer.

b. "I" is referred to the hack driver and "him" is to the Lutkins.

c. "I" is referred to the young lawyer and "him" is to the hack driver.

d. "I" is referred to the Lutkins and "him" is to the young lawyer.

2. Why did the narrator love him?

a. The narrator loved him because he was very naive, small and ready to help a stranger.

b. The narrator loved him because he was very narrow-minded, unfriendly and cruel toward a stranger.

c. The narrator loved him because he was very open-minded, friendly and ready to help a stranger.

d. The narrator loved him because he was very rich, fashionable and ready to help a stranger.

3. What does the hack driver say about the Lutkins?

a. He said that the Lutkins was a careless, dishonest wanderer. He was not really bad but it was hard to recover money from him.

b. He said that the Lutkins was a caring, honest wanderer. He was good but it was hard to recover money from him.

c. He said that the Lutkins was a careless but honest wanderer. He was not really bad but it was hard to recover money from him.

d. He said that the Lutkins was a caring, honest criminal. He was not really bad but it was hard to recover money from him.

4. Why was the person desired?

a. The words that person refer to Oliver Lutkins who was a prime witness in a law case and his information could harm the case.

b. The words that person refer to Oliver Lutkins who was a prime witness in a law case and his information could quickly settle down the case.

c. He was desired as Oliver Lutkins who was a prime witness in a law case could be caught and put in the jail quickly.

d. He was desired as Oliver Lutkins who was a prime criminal in a law case could be caught and put in the jail quickly.

5. Who was Lutkins?

a. A criminal who ran from the jail.

b. The prime witness in a law case.

c. A criminal who refused to be summoned.

d. A thief who ran away from the jail.

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1. c. "I" is referred to the young lawyer and "him" is to the hack driver.

2. c. The narrator loved him because he was very open-minded, friendly and ready to help a stranger.

3. a. He said that the Lutkins was a careless, dishonest wanderer. He was not really bad but it was hard to recover money from him.

4. b. The words that person refer to Oliver Lutkins who was a prime witness in a law case and his information could quickly settle down the case.

5. b. The prime witness in a law case.

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