Hi Everyone!! This article will share Nobody’s Friend Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Enid Blyton. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of The Guest, The Tears of Princess Prunella and I Have Noodles in My Nostrils so, you can check these posts as well.
Nobody’s Friend Questions & Answers
Question 1: What does the little girl not share and lend?
Answer: The little girl does not share her sweets and does not lend her book.
Question 2: What does the little boy not share and lend?
Answer: The little boy does not share the toffee and does not lend his tricycle.
Question 3: Why are the children nobody’s friends?
Answer: The children are nobody’s friends because they neither share nor lend their things to anyone.
Question 4: What does the child in the last stanza want to share and lend?
Answer: The child in the last stanza wants to share all his sweets and lend his ball books and games.
Question 5: What kind of a child is there in
(a) the first stanza
Answer: The child in the first stanza is a little girl who doesn’t share or lend her things to anyone.
(b) the second stanza
Answer: The child in the second stanza is a little boy who doesn’t share or lend his things to anyone.
(c) the third stanza
Answer: The child in the third stanza is a good child who is ready to share and lend his things to his friends.
Question 6: Choose the correct option:
(a) The word ‘never’ in the second stanza means
(i) not at all
(ii) sometimes but ‘no’ most of the time
(iii) ‘no’ sometimes only
(b) The third child in the stanza is
(i) everybody’s friend
(ii) nobody’s friend
(iii) everybody’s enemy
Question 7: Write the rhyming words for the following. [Words may not be from the poem.]
(a) share – care
(b) doll – ball
(c) train – grain
(d) cake – take
So, these were the Questions & Answers.