They remain the richest royal collection ever found and have become part of the pharaoh 's legend. Stunning artefacts in gold, their eternal brilliance meant to guarantee resurrection, caused a sensation at the time of discovery-- and still get the most attention. But Tut was also buried with everyday things he'd want in the afterlife: board games, a bronze razor, linen undergarments, cases of food and wine.
A) To whom does the word ‘they’ refer to in above extract?
(a) friends of Tut
(c) things found in the tomb
(d) minsters of Tut
B) Which of the following things were not found in tomb of Tut?
1 board games
2 cases of food and wines
3 silver ornaments
4 gold artefacts
6 bronze razor
(a) 1 and 5
(b) 2 and 4
(c) 3 and 5
(d) 1 and 4
C) Which word in the extract mean ‘everlasting’?
D) Which of the following was not a cause of sensation at the time of discovery
(a) richest ever royal collection
(b) gold artefacts
(c) stunning brilliance of things found
(d) heap of utensils
E)Which of the following words in the extract indicate that Tut belonged to a ruler family?