Hi Everyone!! This article will share Nuruddin Uncle Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by David Horsburgh. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of The Nawab of Salimabad – II, The Nawab of Salimabad – I and Outside My Window so, you can check these posts as well.
Nuruddin Uncle Questions & Answers
- Band – a strip of metal (or other material) placed round something
- Courtyard – an area of ground surrounded by buildings
- Deed – a good or bad thing that anybody does
- Munch – to chew food with visible movements of the jaw (and sometimes with a crunching sound)
Question 1: What does Nuruddin Uncle wear on his nose?
Answer: Nuruddin Uncle wears a pair of spectacles, a kurta, a waistcoat, and shoes.
Question 2: Why is the boy not frightened by the stories?
Answer: The boy is not frightened of the stories because he is sitting next to Nuruddin Uncle.
Question 3: What happens when the last story has been told?
Answer: When the last story has been told, Nuruddin Uncle smiles and says goodbye. Then he waves his stick and laughs.
Question 4: What kind of man is Nuruddin Uncle?
Answer: He is interesting, kind, creative, and cheerful.
Question 5: Read the lines and answer the questions:
They ring in my head the whole night long.
(a) What ‘rings’ in his head?
Answer: The stories Nuruddin Uncle tells.
(b) Do they really ‘ring’? What does this mean?
Answer: No, the stories are compared to music (and drums or bells).
(c) Why do you think the stories ring in the poet’s head the night long?
Answer: They keep repeating themselves, and are remembered, just like when a bell rings and the sound continues for a long time afterwards.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.