Unity is Strength Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Unity is Strength Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have also shared the questions and answers of The Unhappy Tree, Peter Has A Great Laugh and Simon Says so, you can check these posts as well.

Unity is Strength Questions & Answers

Question 1: How did the parents feel when their daughters fought with each other?

Answer: The parents felt very sad. The father was angry too. He told them that none of them would be given any laddoos till they stopped fighting. The mother sighed in despair. They were fed up of the constant fights among the sisters.

Question 2: Read and answer the questions:
You are such a baby!

(a) Who said these words?

Answer: Meera said these words.

(b) Who is the ‘baby’ here?

Answer: Kavita is the baby.

(c) Was the speaker being kind? How do you know?

Answer: The speaker was not being kind. We know this as she was speaking in a mocking tone.

Question 3: How did the parents teach their daughters about unity?

Answer: The parents taught their daughters about unity through a game. The father gave a bundle of sticks to each of them and then asked the girls to break the whole bundle. None of the girls could break the bundle. When the girls asked the parents, what was the purpose in giving each of them a bundle to break, the mother told them that they too were like sticks. Just as they could not break the bundle, no one would be able to harm them if they stayed united. If they didn’t stick together everybody would laugh at them and trouble them. The three sisters understood the power of unity.

Question 4: Read and answer the questions:
Why did you give us such a task?

(a) What was the ‘task’?

Answer: The task was for each sister to break a bundle of sticks without removing any stick.

(b) Why was the task difficult?

Answer: The task was difficult as the bundle of sticks was too strong to break.

(c) What did the sisters learn?

Answer: The sisters learnt that if they are united, they would be strong and nobody will be able to harm them in any way.

Question 5: What would happen to the laddoos and the swing if the sisters kept fighting?

Answer: If the sisters kept fighting, they would never get to eat the laddoos or be able to have fun on a swing. The laddoos would get stale and swing would not be used.

Question 6: Sequence these sentences as they occur in the story:

Answer:

…6…The fighting sisters break ten sticks.
…7…The sisters learn that unity is strength.
…3…The sisters build a swing and fight over who will go on it first.
…1…Father calls the girls home to eat laddoos.
…5…The sisters try to break a bundle of sticks.
…2…The sisters fight over who will eat the biggest laddoo.
…4…The villagers laugh at the fighting sisters.

So, these were Unity is Strength Questions & Answers.