Hi Everyone!! This article will share Happy Endings Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Sylvia Spencer. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of The Half-Built House, The King of Polar Bears and The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me so, you can check these posts as well.
Happy Endings Questions & Answers
Question 1: What does the speaker say about the different endings of a story?
Answer: The speaker says that while some stories can fill us with joy and happiness, others can move us to tears. There are still others which tell tales of glory.
Question 2: How does the speaker describe a day that does not have a happy ending?
Answer: According to the speaker, a day that does not have a happy ending is one in which a person is filled with sadness and sorrow or a day that is cloudy and it rains heavily, which also makes one feel gloomy.
Question 3: How according to the speaker can a person make their own happy ending?
Answer: The speaker thinks that each person is responsible for making his or her own happy ending. It is how a person works and what they do that determines their happiness. One can make their own happy ending being oneself and to smile even when things go wrong. The speaker also says that a person can be happy by being true to oneself and having the ability to see the positive side of things even when things do not work out and they face difficulties and problems.
Question 4: Explain these:
(a) Just be yourself
Answer: This phrase means that a person should be oneself. They should not try or pretend to be someone else.
(b) things get out of tune
Answer: This phrase refers to a time when things do not fall into place or are not as expected. It also refers to the problems and difficulties faced by a person.
Question 5: Write down the theme of the poem.
Answer: The theme of the poem is that we have to find happiness within us. We will not be able to find happiness outside for it is determined by what we do and how we go about doing our work. So, it is important be true to ourselves and be positive, even when things do not work out and there are difficulties and problems.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.