My most interesting visitor comes at night, when the lights are still burning - a tiny bat who prefers to fly in through the open door and will use the window only if there is no alternative. His object in entering the house is to snap up the moths that cluster around the lamps. All the bats I have seen fly fairly high, keeping near the ceiling; but this particular bat flies in low, like a dive-bomber, zooming in and out of chair legs and under tables. Once, he passed straight between my legs. Has his radar gone wrong, I wondered, or is he just pain crazy?
1. Consider the following statements
- The tiny bat flew in low like a dive bomber.
- The tiny bat like all bats keeps near the ceiling.
- It has lost direction because its radar has gone wrong.
- It wants to entertain the author with its skill in flying.
Which of the above statements may be assumed to be true from the information given in the passage?
- Only 1
- 1 and 3
- 2 and 4
- 3 and 4
2. The bat entered the room
- because there was no alternative
- to eat the moths round the lamps
- as it had gone mad
- as it preferred to fly in through the open floor
3. After comparing the habits of the tiny bat with those of other bats, the author was
- sure that this bat had lost its direction
- not sure of its preferences
- surprised to find that it was an expert flyer
- unable to give the correct explanation for its behaviour
4. The author calls the tiny bat an "interesting visitor". This means
- the bat visits him at night
- the bat is interested in the moths
- this bat has peculiar qualities
- this bat surprises him by zooming in and out like a dive-bomber
5. What, according to you, can be the most suitable title for the passage?
- Someone visits me
- Night of Mysteries
- My Nocturnal Visitor
- A Funny Visitor