Answer the following questions.
(i) Did the prospect of meeting Stephen Hawking make the writer
nervous? If so, why?
(ii) Did he at the same time feel very excited? If so, why?
(i)Yes, the prospect of meeting Stephen
Hawking made the writer nervous. He was to meet a great
personality and that too one who had achieved greatness despite
his disabilities. Clearly, it was a big moment, a great honour
for the writer. So it is not surprising that he was nervous at
the prospect of meeting Stephen Hawking.
(ii)Yes, he felt excited at the same
time because it made him stronger to see somebody like him
achieving something huge. This made him aware of the many
possibilities present before him, thereby helping him to reach
out further than he ever thought he could.
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