Hi Everyone!! This article will share Visitors at Duliatal Questions & Answers.
In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, The Youngest Prince and Story Boat so, you can check these posts as well.
Visitors at Duliatal Questions & Answers
- Mashi – Bangla for an aunt who is your mother’s sister
- Suburbs – the parts where people live that are not in the centre of a city
- Pishi – Bangla for an aunt who is your father’s sister
- Peering at – looking at something closely and carefully
- Downpour – sudden and often heavy rainfall
- Eagerly – excitedly
- Gumboats – long, rubber boots that you wear to keep the feet from getting wet
- Overcoats – long warm coats worn in very cold weather
- Enchanting – attractive and pleasing
- Cardigans – woollen clothing meant to keep you warm
Question 1: Why does Tinku think it is lovely when it rains?
Answer: Tinku thinks it is lovely when it rains because all the little streams become rivers where she can sail boats.
Question 2: Why was Tinku’s father not able to recognize Moni mashi and Nutu pishi at first?
Answer: Tinku’s father not able to recognize Moni mashi and Nutu pishi at first as they were huddled and almost buried under cardigans, overcoats and shawls.
Question 3: Why cannot Moni mashi and Nutu pishi go to the house by taxi?
Answer: Moni mashi and Nutu pishi cannot go to the house by taxi because the path leading to the house is too narrow.
Question 4: Why did the journey to the house take a long time?
Answer: The journey to the house took a long time because both the aunts were so scared of the narrow path that they took ages to cover the short distance.
Question 5: How was the place different the next morning?
Answer: The day when both the aunts arrived the place had been dark and wet. The next day, however, the whole place was filled with sunlight. The sloping garden was full of colours, the snow ranges shone golden and narrow, silvery streams trickled down the hills in the distance.
Question 6: Complete the sentences:
(a) Tinku jumped up and down at the bus stand because she was fond of both her aunts and was eagerly waiting for their arrival.
(b) Moni mashi was good at telling enchanting stories.
(c) At first, Moni mashi and Nutu pishi did not like the hills because it was freezing cold and it was raining.
(d) Moni mashi and Nutu pishi were frightened when they had to walk down the narrow path to Tinku’s house.
(e) From the house, there was a good view of the sloping garden, the snow ranges and the hills in the distance.
So, these were Visitors at Duliatal Questions & Answers.