My Financial Career Questions and Answers

My Financial Career Questions

 

Q. 1: What light do the following expressions throw on Leacock’s state of mind when he entered the bank? Looked timidly round’ Shambled in?

 

Ans:    These expressions reflect the confused state of writer’s mind. He was fully confused and could not express his matter properly.

 

 

Q. 2: Why did the manager come to think that Leacock had an awful secret to reveal?

 

Ans:    The manager came to think that Leacock had an awful secret to reveal because he insisted to meet manager alone.

 

 

Q. 3: What was the attitude of the manager towards Leacock on learning that he only wished to deposit 56 dollars in the bank?

 

Ans:    When the manager learnt the actual amount of the money, he became angry. His attitude was rude and unkind. He asked him to go to the accountant.

 

 

Q. 4: What other blunders did Leacock commit after leaving the manager’s office?

 

Ans:    After leaving the manager’s office, Leacock made a number of blunders. First, he stepped into an iron safe. Then he wrote fifty six instead of six on the cheque. Then instead of admitting his mistake, he pretended to be angry on being insulted by someone.

 

 

Q. 5: After this misadventure in the bank where did Leacock keep his money?

 

Ans:    After this misadventure, kept cash money in his trousers pocket and savings in silver dollars in socks.

 

 

Q. 6: Give as many examples as you can to show that Leacock was feeling completely lost in the bank all the time he was there?

 

Ans:   Leacock was completely lost in the bank. He made many mistakes there. First, he stepped into an iron safe. Then he wrote fifty six instead of six on the cheque. Then instead of admitting his mistake, he pretended to be angry on being insulted by someone.

 

 

Q. 7:    How much was the writer’s salary raised?

 

Ans:    The writer’s salary was raised to 50 dollars per month. He wanted to save it for his future use. Therefore, he decided to keep it in the bank.

 

 

Q. 8:    Who was Mr. Montogomery?

 

Ans:    Mr. Montogomery was the accountant in the bank. He was a tall, cool devil. The very sight of him rattled the writer.

 

 

Q. 9: What was the reaction of the bank staff when he author rushed out of the bank?

 

Ans:    When the author rushed out of the bank, the bank staff made a roar of laughter at his blunders.

 

 

Q. 10: Why did people think he was some invalid millionaire?

 

Ans:    They thought him some invalid millionaire because anybody gave him a Cheque book, and someone told him how to write it.

2nd Year English Complete Notes

Note: The educational process in college differs from the school, but it can not be called university. As in the university there are couples, but they interview and check the studied material here more often, more intermediate control. This leads to the fact that students qualitatively prepare for classes, they pass the session easier. The load increases, in addition, in the first year the children are learning the program of lyceum (10-11) classes externally. College students learn in their usual rhythm, but by new standards: with couples, seminars and sessions. Moreover, being a student at such a young age is an occasion for pride, and if, in addition, the child receives a scholarship, this makes him more adult in his own eyes. In other words, the college is a “convenient” bridge for transition from school to high school. It is obvious that any decision of the ninth-grader has its pluses and minuses. The advantages of studying in high school (grades 10-11): – the old way of life and friends are preserved; – the schoolboy remains under the care of the parents; – You can apply to a university or college after leaving school. Learning disabilities in the 10th and 11th grades: – delivery of the Unified State Examination; – financial independence will appear much later – only after graduation.

 

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