Questions and Answers

Very Short Answer Type Questions

  1. According to Charlie, what lives the longest.

Ans. According to Charlie a tree lives the longest.

  1. Bristlecone pine trees live the longest. Whom did Mr Wonka asked Charlie to confirm his fact with?

Ans. Mr Wonka asked Charlie to confirm this fact with any dendrochronologist.

  1. What was unique about the Great Glass Elevator?

Ans. Mr Wonka used to travel across the world in the Great Glass Elevator.

  1. Whose knucklebones were collected by Willy Wonka?

Ans. Mr Willy Wonka collected the knucklebones of a 700 years old Grimalkin that lived in a cave on Mount Popocatepetl.

  1. Where did the old flea collected by Mr Wonka live?

Ans. The old flea used to live on Crumpets that was a 36 years old cat.

  1. What was special about the Arabian horse?

Ans. The Arabian horse lived for 51 years which is quite unusual for any normal horse.

  1. Mr Wonka collected whose toe-nail?

Ans. Mr Wonka collected the toe-nail clipping of a 168 years old Russian farmer called Petrovitch Gregorovitch.

  1. How did Mr Wonka collected all those ancient items?

Ans. Mr Wonka went all across the world in his Great Glass Elevator to collect all those ancient things.

  1. Where did Mr Wonka carry on his experiments?

Ans. Mr Wonka carried on his experiments in his Inventing room.

  1. On whom did Mr Wonka tested the oily black liquid?

Ans. Mr Wonka tested the oily black liquid over an Oompa-Loompa volunteer.

Short Answer Type Questions

  1. What was the need for Mr Wonka to invent Vita-Wonk?

Ans. Vita-Wonk had gone wrong. After taking it many people have grown younger to an extent that their ages have gone in minus. All such people have disappeared and will be back only after they spend all those minus years being invisible. To alter these changes Mr Wonka decided to invent a new drug which will help people to grow older.

  1. Name five ancient things collected by Mr Wonka.

Ans. Mr Wonka collected a pint of sap from a 4000 years old Bristlecone pine tree, whiskers of a 36 years old cat called Crumpets, an egg laid by a 200 years old tortoise that belonged to the King of Tonga.

He also collected tail of 207 years old rat from Tibet and tail of 51 years old horse in Arabia.

  1. What happened to the Oompa-Loompa volunteer after taking the drops of Vita-Wonk?

Ans. After taking drops of Vita-Wonk, the Oompa-Loompa volunteer began to wrinkle and shrivel. Its hair started falling.

Within no while the changes were visible and he became an old man who looked around 75 years old.

Long Answer Type Questions

1.Describe Mr Wonka.

Ans. Mr Willy Wonka was a strange man. He used to make all strange inventions. He had a subordinate called Charlie. There was Oompa-Loompa volunteers on whom he used to carry out the testing of his inventions.

He had an Inventing Room where he carried out all such mysterious works.

He had earlier invented Wonka-Vite that had made people younger to an extent that their ages have gone into minus and they have become invisible.

He then invented Vita-Wonk after collecting ancient items from across the world which could help people grow older.

2.Describe the process of invention of Vita-Wonk.

Ans. Mr Willy Wonka travelled across the globe in his Great Glass Elevator to collect items for Vita-Wonk. He collected samples from some of the oldest living creatures in the world. He mixed these items, boiled and bubbled them several times in his inventing room and then invented a one tiny cupful of an oily black liquid. He tested this on a 20 years old Oompa-Loompa volunteer and within minutes it turned into a 75 years old creature. This was how Vita-Wonk was discovered.