The Crow and The Fox Questions & Answers

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The Crow and The Fox Questions & Answers

Question 1: Fill in the blanks:

1. Miss Crow was carrying a large piece of cheese in her mouth.
2. Madam Crow said that they would dine as if they were queen and princess.
3. Master Fox wished Madam Crow ‘good morning’.
4. Master Fox described Miss Crow’s neck as graceful.
5. Master Fox pretended to weep in his little pocket handkerchief.

Question 2: Why was madam crow full of joy?

Answer: Madam Crow was full of joy because Miss Crow had bought a large piece of cheese to eat.

Question 3: For what does Master Fox seek permission from Madam Crow?

Answer: Master Fox seeked permission from Madam Crow to talk to her daughter Miss Crow.

Question 4: What does Master Fox say to Miss Crow?

Answer: Master Fox said to Miss Crow that her wings are very beautiful, her eyes are bright and her neck is graceful.

Question 5: Why does Master Fox refer to Miss Crow as utterly dumb?

Answer: Master Fox was trying to get the cheese that was in Miss Crow’s beak and she was not speaking a single word. So to instigate her to speak, he was referring Miss Crow utterly dumb.

Question 6: What does Madam Crow do after she becomes angry?

Answer: When Madam Crow became angry she asked Miss Crow to caw as she had never cawed before to show Master Fox that her daughter is not dumb.

Question 7: Read the line and answer the questions:

1. ‘Caw, child, caw, as you have never cawed before!’

(a) Who is the speaker?

Answer: Madam Crow is the speaker.

(b) Why is the speaker asking the ‘child’ to caw like never before?

Answer: The speaker is asking the child to caw like never before to show Master fox that her daughter is not dumb.

(c) What happens after this?

Answer: When Miss Crow starts cawing, the piece of cheese falls from her mouth and clever fox quickly snaps up the pieces of cheese and goes away.

2. ‘Remember, dear Madam, that whatever I said of her beauty, I said nothing of her brains.’

(a) Who is the speaker?

Answer: Master Fox is the speaker.

(b) Who is being referred to as ‘her’?

Answer: Miss Crow is referred to as ‘her’.

(c) What does the speaker mean by saying these words?

Answer: By saying these words, the speaker meant that whatever he said about Miss Crow’s beauty was true but she had no brains. She was not clever enough like fox and she did not use her brain before opening her mouth to caw.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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