Hi Everyone!! This article will share The Wise Judgement Questions & Answers.
In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of The Wondrous Women, Kalam With Children and Mallika Goes To School so, you can check this post as well.
The Wise Judgement Questions & Answers
- Traveller – a person who is travelling
- Customer – a person who buys things
- Magistrate – judge in a law court
- Scholar – a learned person
- Pennies – coins (money)
- Against – in opposition to
- Journey – an act of travelling
Question 1: Why did the traveller’s mouth water?
Answer: The poor traveller was walking through the streets of a town. He had little to eat for two days and he had spent his last penny. All that remained in his pockets was a piece of dry bread. As he passed by an eating- house, he saw several people sitting around the fire, eating and drinking. On the fire, there was a large cooking-pot, full of meatballs giving out a delicious smell that made his mouth water.
Question 2: Why was the eating-house keeper angry?
Answer: In the eating-house, when the poor traveller saw a large cooking-pot, full of meatballs giving out a delicious smell, he took the piece of dry bread out of his pocket and held it over the pot. After a minute or two, he slowly ate the bread and tried to imagine how it would have tasted with the meatballs. This was only by smelling the meatballs. The eating-house keeper got angry when he saw the man doing this.
Question 3: What was the demand of the eating-house keeper?
Answer: The eating-house keeper demanded that the traveller had to pay for enjoying the smell of the meatballs.
Question 4: How did the traveller satisfy his hunger?
Answer: The traveller took the piece of dry bread out of his pocket and held it over the pot of meatballs. After a minute or two, he slowly ate the bread and tried to imagine how it would have tasted with the meatballs. This was only by smelling the meatballs. That is how he satisfied his hunger.
Question 5: If you were the traveller in the story, how would you respond to the eating-house keeper’s demand?
Answer: If I were the traveller in the story, I would have done the same thing what the scholar did.
Question 6: Do you agree with the judgement of the Scholar? Why?
Answer: Yes, I absolutely agree with the judgement of the Scholar. The eating-house keeper was greedy and was hoping to get more money from the scholar. But the scholar did the right thing by making the owner hear the sound of money which was a fair payment for the smell of meatballs.
Question 7: Choose the correct option:
1. Only a piece of bread is left in the traveller’s pocket because_______.
(a) he spent his last penny
(b) he lost his money
(c) he gave away his money to the beggar
2. The fair payment for the smell of food is __________.
(a) two pennies
(b) sound of the pennies
(c) look of the pennies
3. The owner of the eating house was __________.
(a) serving his customers
(b) cleaning the tables
(c) collecting money from his customers
4. To make his bread piece tasty the traveller held his bread _____.
(a) touched to the pot
(b) dipped in the pot
(c) over the pot
5. This eating-house keeper held the traveller hand _____.
So, these were The Wise Judgement Questions & Answers.