PASSAGE I(46-49) : Answer the questions based on the given passage.
During the summer I was introduced to the game of Cricket, and I felt my inherent foreignness for the first time. The ball is far too hard for my taste. Even during my last games at the school, angry spectators would shout, “Butter fingers !" But I smiled. Everyone knew in their hearts that I was going to drop the ball anyway, and nobody expected me to be able to play the game. 

'felt my inherent foreignness' means

A) felt very strange

B) felt very interested and excited

C) enjoyed learning new games

D) felt my superiority over others

Correct Answer:
A) felt very strange

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