Hi Everyone!! This article will share Glow-Worms Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Nicholas Horsburgh. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Clever Fox and Greedy Wolf, Sun and Moon and The Drone so, you can check these posts as well.
Glow-Worms Questions & Answers
- Dozens – groups or sets of twelve
- Glow-worms – a type of insect that produces a small amount of light from its body
- Scare – a fright
- Sight – a thing that can be seen
Question 1: What was the strange sight the poet saw?
Answer: The poet saw lots of glow-worms on a dark wet night.
Question 2: How many glow-worms came through the door?
Answer: Dozens of glow-worms came through the door.
Question 3: Are we told why the glow-worms came? Why do you think they came?
Answer: No, we are not told about the coming of glow-worms. I think, they came to give light in a dark, wet night.
Question 4: Which words in the poem tell us about the glow-worms?
Answer: The words like strange sight; brighter than the stars, Jupiter and Mars; like gold jars, or like headlamps on cars tells us about the glow-worms.
Question 5: What did the glow-worms do in the house? What did the poet do?
Answer: The glow-worms danced in the air, and raced up the stair. The poet fell off his chair.
Question 6: Why did the poet get scared?
Answer: The poet got scared seeing the glow-worms dancing in the air and racing up the stair.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.