It’s Raining In My Bedroom Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share It’s Raining In My Bedroom Questions & Answers.

The poem is written by Kenn Nesbitt. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Oliver In The Country, O Flower O Flower and Sing A Song of People so, you can check these posts as well.

It’s Raining In My Bedroom Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • PIumbing – the system of pipes that supplies water to a building
  • Soggy – wet and soft
  • Mold – (also spelt as mould) soft greenish-black growth that develops on objects left in moist, humid conditions
  • Spawning – laying eggs
  • Salmon – a medium-sized silver coloured fish that lives in the sea or rivers
  • Grim – here, gloomy

Question 1: Match the columns:

Column AColumn B
1. The poet’s bedrooma. had started laying eggs.
2. The poet’s shoesb. was flooded.
3. The frogs in the poet’s roomc. that he knew how to swim.
4. The waves in the roomd. were completely wet.
5. The poet was glade. were rising in their height.
Answer: 1-b, 2-d, 3-a, 4-e, 5-c

Question 2: Write True or False for the following statements:

1. It had been raining for a fortnight in the poet’s bedroom – False
2. A pond had formed on the poet’s bedroom floor – True
3. Salmon started splashing through the poet’s room – True
4. The weather in the poet’s room had turned bright – False
5. The poet’s parents called a carpenter – False

Question 3: Why did it continue to pour down in the poet’s room?

Answer: The poet’s neighbor who lived upstairs must have been on a vacation or out of town and water was leaking from their house into the poet’s bedroom. So, it continued to pour down in the poet’s room.

Question 4: Why did the poet’s bed grow mold?

Answer: Due to rain, the poet’s bed was moist and wet. That is why mold was growing on the bed.

Question 5: Why does the poet want a submarine?

Answer: The poet wants a submarine because he feels that if the water level rise in the room, he might need a submarine that can move under water.

Question 6: The poet exaggerates a normal situation. Which of the situations mentioned in the poem are possible and which are not?

Answer: The situations that are possible:

Shoes becoming soggy, mold growing on the bed, pond forming on the floor, all is wet and cold.

The situations that are not possible:

Frogs spawning, otter wandering through, salmon splashing upstream and a guy in canoe.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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