Hi Everyone!! This article will share If I Were A King Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by A.A Milne. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of Moon So Round and Yellow, Catch That Cat and Three Men Of Gotham so, you can check these posts as well.
If I Were A King Questions & Answers
- Babylon – a city in ancient Mesopotamia, present-day Iraq
- Mantelpiece – a structure above and around a fireplace
- Timbuctoo – a city in central Africa
- Undone – not tied or fastened
Question 1: Choose the correct option:
(a) The boy would leave his gloves undone in (Babylon/Timbuctoo)
(b) The boy (liked/did not like) brushing his hair.
Answer: did not like
(c) The boy would do lovely things in (Greece/Timbuctoo).
(d) A mantelpiece is found (inside/outside) the house.
(e) The boy would be a (fun-loving/strict) king.
Question 2: What would the boy do if he were the king of Spain?
Answer: The boy would enjoy the rainy season by taking his hat off in the rain, if he were the king of Spain.
Question 3: What would the boy do as the king of France?
Answer: As the king of France, the boy would not brush his hair for aunts.
Question 4: What does the poet mean by ‘button gloves undone’?
Answer: The poet here means that he would not wear the buttoned gloves and take them off just like that.
Question 5: Why did the poet brush his hair for his aunts?
Answer: The poet brushes his hair for his aunt to look neat and smart.
Question 6: Why does the poet want to take his hat off?
Answer: The poet wants to take his hat off as he wants to enjoy the rain falling on his head.
Question 7: What would the poet as a King of Timbuktu do?
Answer: The poet would love to do lovely things as the King of Timbuktu.
Question 8: Which animal would the boy invite to stay?
Answer: The boy would invite an elephant to stay and never let it go.
Question 9: Name three countries mentioned in the poem.
Answer: The three countries mentioned in the poem are Spain, France and Norway.
Question 10: Write three sets of rhyming words from the poem.
Answer: The three sets of rhyming words are King – anything, Spain – Rain and Greece – Mantelpiece.
So, these were If I Were A King Questions & Answers.