Answers to I and II can be found in the passage. Lines # 83-86....Lines
The answer to III is not found in the passage as there
is no mention of how many children she had.
The first paragraph says that she became the U.S. ambassador to
France. In the third paragraph, it is mentioned that she died in Paris
A. Incorrect. Only Bill Clinton called her the doyenne of the
C. Incorrect. She had an affair with a CBS broadcaster Edward
R. Murrow but was not one herself.
D. Incorrect. There is no mention of her being a model in the
E. Incorrect. She fell ill while swimming; that does not mean
that she was a professional swimmer.
The passage does not say anything about what Edward R. Murrow was
when Pamela died.
A. Incorrect. Pamela died of a massive cerebral hemorrhage.
B. Incorrect. She died in Paris. (Line 32)
C. Incorrect. The most important affair Pamela had was with
Averall Hariman. (Lines 76-77)
D. Incorrect. Pamela married Hayward in 1960. (Lines 90-91)
Here "tempestuous" is used to mean turbulent. Pamela's marriage
with Randolph Churchill is described as turbulent or disturbed.