Seeing People Off Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Seeing People Off Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of On Cats and Dogs, Creating A New World and Chesterfield’s Letter To His Son so, you can check these posts as well.

Seeing People Off Questions & Answers

Question 1: What is the reading passage about?

Answer: The passage is about seeing people off, making them feel as if they are cared for and loved.

Question 2: Why did the writer go to the Euston Railway station?

Answer: The writer went to Euston Railway Station to see off an old friend who was going to America.

Question 3: Who did the writer meet on the railway platform when he was there to see off his friend?

Answer: The writer met Hubert de Ros, an old acquaintance, when he went to see off his friend.

Question 4: Who was Le Ros?

Answer: Le Ros was an actor who had earlier performed successfully on the London stage but had now taken up a job seeing off people as his stage career was unsuccessful.

Question 5: What relation did the writer have with Le Ros?

Answer: The writer had known Le Ros as a stage actor and Le Ros had borrowed half a crown from the writer.

Question 6: What was the first thing that Le Ros did when he met the writer after the train had left the station?

Answer: The first thing Le Ros did was to repay the writer the half crown he had borrowed earlier.

Question 7: What was Le Ros’ profession when the writer had known him earlier?

Answer: Earlier, Le Ros had been a stage actor.

Question 8: What is the first advantage of having a professional seer-off, according to Le Ros?

Answer: The advantage of having a professional seer-off is that the person who is seen off appears to have English friends and this earns them the respect of the guard and fellow passengers.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

error: Content is protected !!