Dad Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Dad Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Dear March Come In, The Story of An Invitation and The Plaint of the Camel so, you can check these posts as well.

Dad Questions & Answers

Question 1: What did the narrator say about the questions that his son would ask?

Answer: The narrator and his wife taught their child to love and respect every living being. They told him that God created everyone. Everyone is equal. They asked him to be tolerant and forgiving even to those who hurt him.

Question 2: Describe the narrator’s state of mind as he sat on the terrace.

Answer: The narrator was feeling blissful, he was appreciating the beautiful terrace garden, gentle cool wind was blowing and mustard plants were dancing in the wind. He was feeling blessed to have his own little family.

Question 3: Write a short note on the narrator’s feelings for his child.

Answer: The narrator loved his son dearly. He was becoming a different and better person while raising up his son. He was proud and happy with his son’s curious mind. The boy was precious to him. He knew his son will continue to grow more precious.

Question 4: Where do you think the narrator’s son is at the end of the story?

Answer: The narrator’s son is living in a faraway land. He was emotional because his son was not only in a faraway land but also mindful about what all he had learned from his father.

Dad Questions & Answers

Question 5: Read the lines and answer the questions:

Other times he would come running home from school and without changing his clothes, would come up to me and ask…

(a) Who is ‘he’?

Answer: The speaker’s son is ‘he’ in the sentence.

(b) What would he ask?

Answer: He would ask many questions to his father.

(c) How would the speaker respond?

Answer: The questions would be very difficult to answer but the narrator would manage to explain the answers patiently.

(d) Do you agree with the speaker’s response? Give reasons.

Answer: Yes, sometimes a little scolding can make the child understand his mistake and change his/her behaviour.

Question 6: Read the lines and answer the questions:

He looked straight at me while I told him that every tool had its specific purpose, and that he should not repeat what he had done.

(a) What had the speaker’s son done?

Answer: The speaker’s son had written a few letters on the fridge with needle.

(b) Why had he done it?

Answer: He was very fond of writing and scribbling everywhere, from walls to fridge.

(c) What change did the speaker notice after this conversation?

Answer: The speaker noticed after the conversation that the writings on the wall and other surfaces slowly decreased.

(d) Are the narrator and his son still together? Give a reason.

Answer: The last line in the story reflects that the narrator and his son are not together.

So, these were Dad Questions & Answers.