Hi Everyone!! This article will share Car Run Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Colin Ash. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of The Word Wizard, Hooked by a Book and Tomkin and the Three-Legged Stool so, you can check these posts as well.
Car Run Questions & Answers
- Bargain – a good buy, at less than the normal price
- Seen better days – was better when new
- Reflect – think
- Bonnet – the top or cover over the engine
- Brood – a clutch, the young of an animal
- Run – an enclosure for animals
- Clamoured – shouted loudly
- Pondered – thought about carefully
- Contemplating – thinking, considering
Question 1: Why did Balu think the car would be a bargain?
Answer: Balu thought the car was a bargain because he could make it look like new after removing the hay piled on it.
Question 2: What did Balu think he would do to the car?
Answer: Balu thought he would change the wheels, sun-top, and apply a fresh coat of paint.
Question 3: Why do you think Balu went away smiling?
Answer: When the hens told him that this was their run and that he should go his way, he thought for a while and decided to let the hens remain in their house, in the car. He smiled and went his way.
Question 4: Read the line and answer the questions:
1. Balu took a closer look,
At the tin-heap by the way,
(a) What do you think ‘tin-heap’ and ‘by the way’ mean?
Answer: ‘Tin heap’ here means a huge metal piece and ‘by the way’ means unimportant and not useful.
(b) What did he do to take a closer look?
Answer: He stopped his tonga to take a closer look.
(c) Which other words and phrases are used to describe the car?
Answer: The words and phrases used to describe the car are – ‘had seen better days’; ‘may not look too pretty’; ‘she’s a bargain’.
2. ‘It is OUR run! Find your own!
(a) Who says these words and to whom?
Answer: Hens say these words to Balu.
(b) How do the speakers say this and what do they do?
Answer: They squawked and clamoured loud and told him to seek another house.
(c) Does Balu use the word ‘run’ in the same way as the hens?
Answer: No, for Balu, run means he will make the car function and work, whereas for the hens ‘run’ is used instead of a ‘home’.
So, these were Car Run Questions & Answers.