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1. Which houses would the beggars visit everyday to earn some money?
- Houses by the railways
- Houses of a rich neighbourhood
- Houses in Miguel Street
- Houses belonging to any random neighbourhood
2. Which beggar would come at twelve?
- An old woman smoking a pipe
- An Indian
- A blind man along with a boy
- Two children
3. What would the beggar who came at ten get?
- Two chapatis
- A cent
- A tin of rice
- Some clothes
4. How had the author described the strangest caller?
- A man wearing a white jacket and dhoti
- A man wearing a hat, a white shirt, and black trousers
- A woman wearing a torn red dress
- A young boy wearing shorts and a clean blue shirt
5. What did the strangest caller ask for?
- He asked for some new clothes and some money
- He wanted to befriend the speaker
- He wanted some food to eat
- He wanted to watch the bees
6. What did Black Wordsworth introduce himself as?
- A poet
- A pianist
- A painter
- A vagabond
7. What did B. Wordsworth want to sell?
- His poem
- His hat
- His collection of bees
- His coat
8. Which of the themes is NOT portrayed by the story?
- Love for nature
- Romantic love
9. “It is the poet’s tragedy.”- Who said this and to who?
- B. Wordsworth to the young boy
- The boy to B. Wordsworth
- B. Wordsworth to the boy’s mother
- The boy to his mother
10. “You like your mother?”- What did the boy reply to this?
- He replied saying that he was not close to his mother
- He liked her except for the times when she beat him
- He did not like her mother at all
- The boy said that he did not want to answer the question
11. Where did the boy meet the poet for the second time?
- He came to sell his poems at the boy’s house
- He came to the boy’s place to watch bees
- The boy met him at the corner of Miguel Street
- The boy saw the poet in his neighbourhood
12. “I have been waiting for you for a long time.”- Why was the poet waiting for the boy?
- He wanted to tell the boy that the mangoes of his yard were ripe and very juicy, and to invite him to eat some of them
- The poet wanted to tell the boy that his poems were all sold
- The poet was waiting to tell the boy that he has given up writing poems
- The poet was missing the young boy, that’s why he was waiting for him
13. Where did the poet live?
- Miguel Street
- Alberto Street
- In a small house next to the boy’s house
- On the streets
14. What trees were present in B. Wordsworth’s yard?
- A mango tree, a coconut tree, and a teak tree
- A banyan tree, a banana tree, and a mango tree
- A mango tree, a plum tree, and a coconut tree
- A mango tree, a banana tree, and a pine tree
15. What was the mother’s reaction when the boy came back from the poet’s yard?
- She was glad that her son had spent some quality time with someone
- She was angry and asked the boy why he did not get fruits for her
- She was angry and she beat the boy up as she did not know that the boy was going to the man’s place.
- She did not care much about her son
16. What does ‘patronise’ mean in the story?
17. What did the boy do after his mother beat him up?
- He got angry and argued back
- He apologized and went to his room
- He started crying and went to his friend’s house
- He started crying and went to B. Wordsworth’s house
18. What secret did B. Wordsworth share with the boy?
- He said that he was buying a café
- He said that he was writing the greatest poem in the world
- He said that he had lots of wealth
- He said that he is giving up writing poems
19. Why did the poet write one line each month?
- He wanted to distil the experiences of a whole month into the single line
- He was too lazy to write more
- He was having a writer’s block
- He could not think of more than one line each month
20. How does the poet earn money?
- He taught children how to play a piano
- He used to sing calypsoes in the calypso season
- He used to do farming and gardening
- He would beg
- C) Houses in Miguel Street.
- A) An old woman smoking a pipe.
- C) A tin of rice.
- B) A man wearing a hat, a white shirt, and black trousers.
- D) He wanted to watch the bees.
- A) A poet.
- A) His poem.
- D) Romantic love.
- A) B. Wordsworth to the young boy.
- B) He liked her except for the times when she beat him.
- C) The boy met him at the corner of Miguel Street.
- A) He wanted to tell the boy that the mangoes of his yard were ripe and very juicy, and to invite him to eat some of them.
- B) Alberto Street.
- C) A mango tree, a plum tree, and a coconut tree.
- C) She was angry and she beat the boy up as she did not know that the boy was going to the man’s place.
- A) Support
- D) He started crying and went to B. Wordsworth’s house.
- B) He said that he was writing the greatest poem in the world.
- A) He wanted to distil the experiences of a whole month into the single line.
- B) He used to sing calypsoes in the calypso season.