Hi Everyone!! This article will share The Wolf and the House Dog Questions & Answers.
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The Wolf and the House Dog Questions & Answers
Question 1: Why did the Wolf think it was not wise to attack the House Dog?
Answer: The Wolf thought it wasn’t wise to attack the House Dog because it looked strong enough to fight back and hurt the Wolf.
Question 2: Do you agree with the Dog’s remark that life in the woods was very difficult for the Wolf? Give reasons for your answer.
Answer: Yes, I agree with Dog’s remark because the Wolf was getting very little food to eat in the woods.
Question 3: What did the Dog advise the Wolf to do to get food like he did?
Answer: The Dog advised the Wolf to chase people who carry canes, bark at beggars and fawn on the people of the house to get care and titbits of every kind, chicken bones, choice bits of meat, sugar and cake.
Question 4: What made the Wolf feel like crying with joy?
Answer: The thought of having a comfortable life like the House Dog made the Wolf feel like crying with joy.
Question 5: What had chafed the skin on the Dog’s neck?
Answer: The skin on Dog’s neck was chafed by the collar to which its chain was fastened.
Question 6: Why did the Wolf refuse to follow the Dog’s advice?
Answer: The Wolf refused to follow the Dog’s advice because for him liberty was more valuable than all the comforts that he could get by remaining in chains.
Question 7: Complete the following sentences:
1. Village dogs were wide awake and watchful, so the Wolf got very less food to eat.
2. The Wolf met the House Dog who had come too far from its home.
3. The Wolf was impressed by the Dog’s appearance, so he praised him.
4. The Dog tried to tempt the Wolf by telling him about the food and care he got by his master.
5. The mark on the Dog’s neck was made by the collar to which his chain was fastened.
6. The chain was used to fasten the Dog.
7. The Wolf ran back into the woods because for him his freedom was more valuable than all the comforts he could get by remaining in chains.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.