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Fleming’s thought at breakfast
Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin, was once forced into an interview in New York by two journalist just as he was about to have breakfast. One of them asked him, ‘Sir, what are you thinking about right now? We wish to know what a great scientist think while getting ready for breakfast’.
Fleming mused awhile on the question and he replied, ‘I am thinking of something very special’. The journalist, who were all ears, drew themselves forward. ‘I am thinking, whether to have one egg or two’.
1. Name the scientist.
Answer: Alexander Fleming.
2. What did he discover?
Answer: He discovered
3. Who approached the scientist?
Answer: Two journalists
approached the scientist.
4. What was the question asked by the journalist?
Answer: The journalist asked what Alexander Fleming was thinking then while getting ready for breakfast.
5. When did they meet the scientist?
Answer: They met the scientist when he was about to have his breakfast.