Hi Everyone!! This article will share Now That I Can Read Questions & Answers.
In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of The Moon For Dinner, The Little Duckling and A Loving Mother so, you can check these posts as well.
Now That I Can Read Questions & Answers
- Barely – only
- Library – a place where we can read and borrow books
- Creatures – small animals
Question 1: Choose the correct option:
(a) In which grade did the poet learn to read the books all by herself?
i. second grade
ii. first grade
(b) When she was small, what did the letters look like to the poet?
i. Greek words
ii. moving creatures
(c) From where does the poet pick up the books to read?
i. the library shelf
ii. the book store
Question 2: Who read out books to the poet when she was small?
Answer: The poet’s mother read books to the poet when she was small.
Question 3: How do we know that the poet can read now?
Answer: We know that the poet can read now because she has entered the second grade.
Question 4: How has the poet changed after coming to the second grade?
Answer: The poet is now tall and smart. She can pick up books from the library shelf and read them herself.
Question 5: Match the columns:
|Column A||Column B|
|a. When the poet was small she liked the books for||i. she read the books wonderfully.|
|b. The poet listened to her mother carefully because||ii. she is tall and smart enough to reach the shelves.|
|c. The poet can now pick the books from the library because||iii. letters looked like moving creatures to her.|
|d. The poet could understand only pictures but||iv. their looks.|
So, these were Now That I Can Read Questions & Answers.