Everytime I Climb The Tree Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Everytime I Climb The Tree Questions & Answers.

This poem is written by David Thompson Watson McCord. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of Matilda The Reader of Books, So Big and Emperors of Ice so, you can check these posts as well.

Everytime I Climb The Tree Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • Scrape – get hurt by getting rubbed against something hard and rough.
  • Skin – when you skin your knee it gets rubbed off very badly.
  • Dodge – to move away from something or someone with a sudden movement.
  • Spot – to find or see something.
  • Swallows – small birds with pointed wings.

Question 1: Choose the correct option:

(a) Every time the boy climbs the tree he scrapes his leg because

i. the tree bark is smooth.
ii. the tree bark is rough.
iii. there are ants on the tree.

(b) The boy dodges a bee because

i. bees are harmless.
ii. bees give him honey.
iii. bees can sting.

(c) When the boy says ‘it isn’t awfully good for pants’ it means

i. his pants are very good.
ii. his pants are awful.
iii. his pants tear.

Question 2: Read the lines and answer the questions:

And every time I climb a tree
Where have you been?
They say to me

(a) What happens to the boy every time he climbs a tree?

Answer: Every time the boy climbs a tree people ask him where he has been.

(b) Write the words which tell us how people feel when they ask the boy ‘where have you been’?

Answer: Sad and annoyed.

(c) Who do you think ‘they’ are in these lines?

Answer: ‘They’ could be the parents of the child.

Question 3: How many times do you find the words ‘every time’ used in the poem? Why do you think these words are repeated so often?

Answer: The word ‘every time’ have been used nine times in the poem. The repetition is done to tell that the poet loves to climb a tree.

Question 4: How does the boy feel every time he climbs a tree?

Answer: The boy feels good, happy and free every time he climbs a tree.

Question 5: List the rhyming pairs from the poem, such as tree-knee.

Answer: Me-see, Best-nest, Ants-pants.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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