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Question of the Day (09-Jan-17)

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The following question has a paragraph from which the last sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

In all countries there are many, among even the most refined and highly cultivated classes, who are not at all embarrassed by any moral delicacy. This is especially the case in those countries in Europe, particularly on the Continent, where the idea of the allowableness of falsehood in certain cases as a means for the attainment of a good end, is generally entertained. The French have two terrible bugbears, under the names of Monsieur and Madame Croquemitaine, who are as familiar to the imaginations of French children as Santa Claus is, in a much more agreeable way, to the juvenile fancy at our firesides. Monsieur and Madame Croquemitaine are frightful monsters, who come down the chimney, or through the roof, at night, and carry off bad children. They learn from their little fingers - which whisper in their ears when they hold them near - who the bad children are, where they live, and what they have done. ___________________________
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 1)The instinctive faith of young children in their mother’s truthfulness is so strong that no absurdity seems gross enough to overcome it.
 2)The instinctive faith of young children in these stories is so strong that no absurdity seems gross enough to overcome it.
 3)And Santa Claus misses them every year for gifting them with the goodies.
 4)What a false story to be weaved indeed!
 5)Such grotesque bugbears are found even in other European countries where the ends justify the means.

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