Extra Questions and Answers
Directions (Q. Nos. 1-6) Read the extract given below and answer the following questions.
“So once again I rolled up my sleeves and set to work. Once again I squeezed my brain, searching for the new recipe….I had to create age… to make people old…old…older, oldest…”Ha-ha! I cried for now the ideas were beginning to come. ‘What is the oldest living thing in the world? What lives longer than anything else?”
1.Name the speaker in the above lines.
Ans. Mr Willy Wonka is the speaker in the above lines.
2.Who is he talking to?
Ans. He is talking to Charlie.
3.Why he needs to work?
Ans. He needs to invent a new drug that could help people grow older and alter the changes done by Wonka-Vite.
4.What is the new recipe he is searching for?
(a) Recipe for Wonka-Vite
(b) Recipe for Vita-Wonk
(c) Recipe for chocolates
(d) None of the above
Ans. (b) Recipe for Vita Wonk.
5.What is the oldest living thing in the world?
(a) Cedar (b) Oak
(c) Bristlecone Pine (d) Fir
Ans. (c) Bristlecone Pine
6.What lives longer than anything else?
(a) Cattaloo (b) Crumpets
(c) Petrovitch Gregorovitch (d) Trees
Directions (Q. Nos. 7-12) Read the extract given below and answer the following questions.
“All over the world, Charlie,” Mr Wonka went on “I tracked down very old and ancient animals and took an important little bit of something from each one of them − a hair or an eyebrow or sometimes it was no more than an ounce or two of the jam scraped from between its toes while it was sleeping. I tracked down the whistle-pig, the Bobolink, the skrock, the Pollyfrog, the Giant Curlicue, the Stinging Slug and the Venomous Squerkle who can spit poison right into your eye from fifty yards away. But there’s no time to tell you about them all now, Charlie.
1.What is the quality of venomous squerkle that has been talked about in the passage?
Ans. A venomous squerkle can spit poison right into on eye from 50 yards away.
2.What does Mr Wonka say that he has no time to tell about? To whom does he say this?
Ans. Mr Wonka tells Charlie that he had observed and studied many of very old and ancient animals and collected some parts of their bodies. But he didn’t have time to tell in detail about his expedition.
3.How did he produce his magic liquid?
Ans. He took some body parts of all very old animals and boiled them together. This is how he produced the magic liquid.
4.Where did Mr Wonka take the jam from?
(a) From the stings of venomous curlicue
(b) From the paws of whistle pig
(c) From between the toes of an animal when it was sleeping
(d) From the mouth of the animals when they were awaken.
Ans. (c) From the between the toes of an animal when it was sleeping
5.Which parts of the animal body did Mr Wonka collect?
(a) Toes and fingers (b) Tongue or sting
(c) A hair or an eyebrow (d) An eye or an ear
Ans. (b) Tongue or sting
6.Which of the following animals has not been mentioned by Mr Wonka?
(a) Giant curlicue (b)A blue whale
(c) The bobolink (d) The stinging slug
Ans. (b) A blue whale