A girl from the countryside, she hadn’t gone through all the stages of worldly experience that generally precede a position of importance and sophistication that she had found herself catapulted into. She never quite recovered from the terror she felt that day. That was the end of a brief and brilliant acting career — the legal adviser, who was also a member of the Story Department, had unwittingly brought about that sad end. While every other member of the Department wore a kind of uniform — khadi dhoti with a slightly oversized and clumsily tailored white khadi shirt — the legal adviser wore pants and a tie and sometimes a coat that looked like a coat of mail. Often, he looked alone and helpless …
(Poets and Pancakes)
Question 4 Part 3 (A) - i
Select the option that completes the given sentence appropriately.
‘Stages of worldly experience’ in the given context would refer to .
- good education to gain knowledge.
- situations that require one to be street smart.
- smaller, not so important roles in acting.
- training in soft skills.
Checking the Options:
- Good education to gain knowledge.
- Situations that require one to be street smart. - This is correct
- Smaller, not so important roles in acting.
- Training in soft skills.
So, the correct answer is Option B.