Eletelephony Questions & Answers

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

This poem is written by Laura E. Richards. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of I Don’t Want A Haircut, Falling Snow, Anansi and Wisdom and How The Leaves Came Down so, you can check these posts as well.

Eletelephony Questions & Answers

Question 1: Why does the elephant find it difficult to use the telephone?

Answer: The elephant finds it difficult to use the telephone because its trunk gets entangled in the telephone wires.

Question 2: Where does the elephant’s trunk get entangled?

Answer: The elephant’s trunk gets entangled in the ‘telephunk,’ which appears to be a made-up word representing the telephone wires.

Question 3: What happens when the elephant tries to free its trunk?

Answer: When the elephant tries to free its trunk, the telephone makes a louder buzzing noise, indicating that it is becoming more entangled.

Question 4: The poem has quite a few made-up words. Find them and write them.

Answer: Made-up words in the poem are: ‘telephant’, ‘elephone’, ‘telephunk’ and ‘telephee’.

Question 5: What is this poem about?

Answer: This poem is a playful and funny rhyme about an elephant’s comical attempt to use a telephone, resulting in confusion and entanglement.

Question 6: What does the poet mean by ‘drop the song’?

Answer: When the poet says, ‘drop the song’, she means that she should stop the poem because it has become too confusing, just like the elephant’s trunk in the telephone wires.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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