Hi Everyone!! This article will share The Raven and The Fox Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Jean de La Fontaine. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of A Wise Lesson, Trees and Little Girls Wiser Than Men so, make sure to check these posts as well.
The Raven and The Fox Questions & Answers
- Perched – sitting on a branch or the end of a seat
- Limb – branch
- Morsel – a bite of food
- Spied – secretly observed
- Flattery – praise or smooth talk
- Vanity – the state of having too much pride
- Horrid – very unpleasant or unkind
- Vice – a personal flaw
Question 1: Write True or False:
1. The raven was sitting on a wall – False
2. The fox starts his flattery by praising the raven’s appearance – True
3. The raven’s voice was melodious – False
4. If the raven would sing, the birds of the jungle would call him king – False
5. The fox’s real intention was to educate the raven about the vice of vanity – False
Question 2: Complete the following sentences.
1. Reynard, the fox noticed that Mr. Raven had a morsel in his beak.
2. The fox wanted the raven to open its beak because he wanted to get the morsel from its beak.
3. The fox flattered the raven by telling him that the raven was a handsome bird and had a melodious voice.
4. The raven was so pleased with the compliments that he opened his mouth to sing.
5. After getting the food the fox told the raven that he should not listen to flattery.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.