Wake Up Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Wake Up Questions & Answers.

This poem is written by C. Fletcher. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Swami Vivekananda, Planting and The Saviour so, you can check these posts as well.

Wake Up Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • Buzzing – low and continuous humming sound
  • Lovely – beautiful
  • Lie – to rest
  • Tiniest – smallest
  • Sleepyhead – inattentive

Question 1: Choose the correct options:

(a) The speaker wants the reader to

i. wake up
ii. sleep on

(b) The birds are singing

i. in the room
ii. in the trees

(c) The day is

i. lovely
ii. boring

(d) It’s much too late to

i. do homework
ii. lie in bed

(e) In the poem, what are the birds doing?

i. singing
ii. chirping

(f) What is the poet trying to suggest in the poem?

i. to wake up late
ii. to wake up early

(g) In the poem, the bees are_______.

i. buzzing
ii. winging

Question 2: What are the birds doing?

Answer: The birds are singing.

Question 3: What do you think birds say to each other in the morning?

Answer: I think the birds say “Good Morning” to each other in the morning.

Question 4: Why does the speaker ask the late-riser to wake up early?

Answer: The speaker asks the late-riser to wake up early because it is bad to lie late in the bed.

Question 5: Who are already awake?

Answer: Birds, bees, cow, horses, ducks, sheep and chicken are already awake.

Question 6: What is suggested by the phrase ‘sleepy head’?

Answer: It suggests dozing and sleepy eyes. It is a symbol of being lazy.

Question 7: Which creatures wake up in the morning before the child does?

Answer: Birds, bees, cow, horses, ducks, sheep and chicken wake up in the morning before the child does.

Question 8: What is the poet trying to suggest in the poem?

Answer: In the poem, the poet is trying to suggest that we should get up early in the morning.

So, these were Wake Up Questions & Answers.