Hi Everyone!! This article will share Kings and Other Things Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Hugh Chesterman. In this poem, the poet is trying to describe how the idea of certain inventions struck the minds of the inventors. The poet says that he could never think of things like that people.
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Kings and Other Things Questions & Answers
- Persevering – without giving up
- Swiped – to hit hard
- Autumn – a season in which leaves fall
- Toiling – working hard
Question 1: What did King Bruce observe?
Answer: King Bruce observed a persevering spider.
Question 2: What did Isaac Newton see?
Answer: Isaac Newton saw an autumn apple fall on the ground.
Question 3: What did Stephenson observe?
Answer: Stephenson observed a kettle boiling near a chimney.
Question 4: Write a few pairs of rhyming words from the poem.
Answer: Wider-spider, rose-nose, wall-fall, found-ground, kettle-settle, toiling-boiling.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.