Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow: 
GERRARD : In most melodramas the villain is foolish enough to delay his killing long enough to be frustrated. You are much luckier.

INTRUDER : I’m O.K. I’ve got a reason for everything. I’m going to be Vincent Charles Gerrard, see. I’ve got to know what he talks like. Now I know. That posh stuff comes easy. This is Mr V.C. Gerrard speaking. (Pantomime of phoning. In imitation cultured voice.) And that’s not all. (He stands up.) Get up a minute (Gerrard stands.) Now take a look at me.

(a) Who is the ‘villain’ in this context?

(b) How has he been luckier?

(c) Find a word from the passage which means ‘simulation’.

(a) In this context, the ‘villain’ is the Intruder.

(b) He has been luckier as he has not been frustrated in spite of delaying killing Gerrard.

(c) Imitation.