Hi Everyone!! This article will share My Playmate Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Mary I. Osborn. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Message in a Bottle, My Early Home and The Moon so, you can check these posts as well.
My Playmate Questions & Answers
- A sorry sight – a sad thing to see
- Playmate – a friend to play with
- Puddle – a small pool of water
- Tread – walk; put your foot on (something)
Question 1: When does the playmate come to play?
Answer: The playmate comes to play on a rainy day when there are puddles on the ground.
Question 2: Does the playmate come to play when it is not raining?
Answer: No, the playmate only comes on a rainy day.
Question 3: In what position is the playmate at all times?
Answer: The playmate is upside-down at all times.
Question 4: What makes the boy feel sad?
Answer: The boy feels sad when he has to tread upon his playmate’s feet.
Question 5: Why does the speaker think the playmate lives in another land?
Answer: The boy thinks the playmate lives in another land because he never hears him speaking.
Question 6: Read the lines and answer the questions:
I really wish he’d talk to me…
(a) Who is talking about whom?
Answer: The poet is talking about the playmate (the reflection).
(b) What reason does the speaker give for wishing this?
Answer: Because the playmate looks ‘so very kind’ and smiles back.
Question 7: Write a few pairs of rhyming words from the poem.
Answer: Day-play, town-down, sight-right, kind-find, be-me.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.