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ENGLISH: CHAPTER 5

THE GARDEN OF LIVE FLOWERS


Questions with Answers
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WORDS SENTENCES
No
1 # Awkward The two girls were in an awkward position after the fight.
2 # Criticised He was later criticised for his lack of foresight.
3 # Deal She has a lot of correspondence to deal with.
4 # Quivering Rohan was quivering because of the intense cold.
5 # Remark His humorous remark made everyone laugh.
6 # Sense A man of sense talks little and listens much.
7 # Shrill My mother heard a shrill cry from the next door.
8 # Wither Plants wither and die if not watered.
9 Addressing Addressing customers in their own language helps create goodwill.
10 Astonished We were astonished to find the temple still in its original condition.
11 Beginning Doubt is the beginning not the end of wisdom.
12 Border Villages along the border are regularly raided.
13 x Bough-
wough
14 Bushy His eyebrows were thick and bushy.
15 Choosing You must show discretion in choosing your friend.
16 Clever I consider him to be a clever fellow.
17 Compliment They paid him a high compliment.
18 Crossed He crossed the street and walked alongside Central Park.
19 Curiosity He gave in to curiosity and opened my letter.
20 Curled The child curled upon the sofa.
21 X Dahlia
22 X Daisies
23 Danger There is more danger from a pretended friend than from an enemy.
24 Dare He didn't dare to speak to her.
25 Daresay I daresay your brother was like my daughter
26 Eagerly Her latest novel is eagerly awaited.
27 Excitement Her heart was throbbing with excitement.
28 Fade Memory will fade, but my heart will go on.
29 Fault There is none without a fault.
30 Footsteps Their footsteps echoed in the silence.
31 Frightened The alarm frightened the thief away.
32 Gracefully We must learn to meet adversity gracefully.
33 Grander He is grander and even richer than the Prince of Wales.
34 X Gravel-walk
35 Hoping We are hoping for good weather on Sunday.
36 Indeed A friend in need is a friend indeed.
37 Interrupted She was interrupted by the entrance of an attendant.
38 X Larkspur
39 Length The length of the movie is two hours.
40 Manners He needs to be taught some manners.
41 Moment He loses all who loses the moment.
42 Opinion In my humble opinion, he will win the election.
43 Panted The dying man panted out his last wishes.
44 Passionately She believes passionately in education and hard work.
45 Pleased I am pleased that you have a new job.
46 X Redder
47 Seemed He seemed a dynamic and energetic leader.
48 Several Children here walk several miles to school.
49 Severe A severe snowstorm blocked up railroads.
50 Silence Silence is sometimes the severest criticism.
51 Soothing I put on some nice soothing music.
52 Sounded A train sounded its whistle in the distance.
53 Stooping Stooping down, he picked up a big stone.
54 X Stupider
55 Suddenly I suddenly felt chilled and had to go indoors.
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56 Temper We must learn to control our temper.
57 Thorny The young captain is pondering over a thorny problem.
58 X Tiger-lily
59 Timid The rabbit is timid and suspicious.
60 X Tongues
61 Trembling My legs were trembling with fear.
62 X Tumbled
63 Waving Children waving flags greeted the president.
64 Whisper I spoke to him in a whisper.
65 X Willow-tree
66 Wonder Sometimes I wonder if he is honest.
67 Wonderfully The mountain air was wonderfully pure.
68 Wondering I was wondering what the next station is.
69 Worst Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
70 Worth Kind words are worth much and cost little.
71 x Alice

# Q2. What surprised Alice in the garden?


A2. Alice was surprised to hear the flowers in the garden speak.

# Q3. How the tree was expected to protect the plant in emergencies?
A3. The tree was expected to protect the other plants in emergencies by saying ‘bough-wough’.

# Q4. How did the hard ground encourage the flowers to talk? What happened in the other
gardens?
A4. The hard ground encouraged the flowers to talk by keeping them fresh and alert.
In the other gardens, the flower beds were too soft putting the flowers to sleep.

# Q5. Describe the Red Queen as presented by other flowers.


A5. The other flowers presented the Red Queen as the one that can move about like Alice. She is
described as bushy, thorny, having an awkward shape and redder with shorter petals.

# Q6. What did Alice observed about the Red Queen? Why did she want to speak to her?
A6. Alice observed that the Red Queen had grown a good deal and was half a head taller than Alice
herself.
She wanted to speak to the Red Queen for she felt that it would be far grander to have a talk
with a real queen.

# Q7. Who was the leader of the flowers? Why do you think so?
A7. The Tiger Lily was the leader of the flowers.
The Tiger Lily ordered the flowers to be quiet and also took the lead to talk to Alice and explain
all that happened in the garden.

# Q8. Who is the main character in the story?


A8. Alice is the main character in the story.

# Q9. What is so strange about this story?


A9. The strange thing about this story is that the flowers in the garden could talk.

# Q10. How did Tiger lily speak to Alice?


A10. Tiger Lily spoke to Alice in a louder voice.

# Q11. What are the bad manners among the flowers in the garden?
A11. The bad manners among the flowers in the garden were to begin the conversation at first.

# Q12. Why do you think Alice wanted to know whether they were frightened to be planted
there?
A12. Alice wanted to know whether the flowers were frightened to be planted there because there
was nobody to take care of them.
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# Q13. Which flowers were the worst of all and why?


A13. The daises were worst of all the flowers in the garden because when one spoke they all began
speaking together.

# Q14. Who was rude to Alice by saying that she never thinks?
A14. Rose was rude to Alice by saying that she never thought.

# Q15. Which flower resembled Alice and how?


A15. The Red Queen was the flower which resembled Alice. The Red Queen moved around like Alice
and had the same awkward shape like her.

# Q16. Who said to whom?


A16.

(a) ‘Said I to myself her face has got some sense in it though it (a) Rose said to herself.
is not a clever one”.
(b) ‘If only her petals curled up a little more she’d be all right.’ (b) Tiger Lily said to Alice.
(c) ‘If you don’t hold your tongues I will pick you’ (c) Alice said to daisies.
(d) ‘I never saw anybody who looked stupider.’ (d) Violet said to Alice.

READ THE BOOK FOR WHO SAID TO WHOM

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ENGLISH: CHAPTER 5

THE GARDEN OF LIVE FLOWERS

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1 # Awkward 13 x Bough- 25 Daresay 37 Interrupted 49 Severe 61 Trembling


wough
2 # Criticised 14 Bushy 26 Eagerly 38 x Larkspur 50 Silence 62 x Tumbled
3 # Deal 15 Choosing 27 Excitement 39 Length 51 Soothing 63 Waving
4 # Quivering 16 Clever 28 Fade 40 Manners 52 Sounded 64 Whisper
5 # Remark 17 Compliment 29 Fault 41 Moment 53 Stooping 65 xWillow-
tree
6 # Sense 18 Crossed 30 Footsteps 42 Opinion 54 x Stupider 66 Wonder
7 # Shrill 19 Curiosity 31 Frightened 43 Panted 55 Suddenly 67 Wonderfully
8 # Wither 20 Curled 32 Gracefully 44 Passionately 56 Temper 68 Wondering
9 Addressing 21 x Dahlia 33 Grander 45 Pleased 57 Thorny 69 Worst
10 Astonished 22 x Daisies 34 x Gravel- 46 x Redder 58 x Tiger-lily 70 Worth
walk
11 Beginning 23 Danger 35 Hoping 47 Seemed 59 Timid 71 x Alice
12 Border 24 Dare 36 Indeed 48 Several 60 x Tongues

# Q2. What surprised Alice in the garden?

# Q3. How the tree was expected to protect the plant in emergencies?

# Q4. How did the hard ground encourage the flowers to talk? What happened in the other
gardens?

# Q5. Describe the Red Queen as presented by other flowers.

# Q6. What did Alice observed about the Red Queen? Why did she want to speak to her?

# Q7. Who was the leader of the flowers? Why do you think so?

# Q8. Who is the main character in the story?

# Q9. What is so strange about this story?

# Q10. How did Tiger lily speak to Alice?

# Q11. What are the bad manners among the flowers in the garden?

# Q12. Why do you think Alice wanted to know whether they were frightened to be planted
there?
# Q13. Which flowers were the worst of all and why?

# Q14. Who was rude to Alice by saying that she never thinks?

# Q15. Which flower resembled Alice and how?

# Q16. Who said to whom?

(a) ‘Said I to myself her face has got some sense in it though it
is not a clever one”.
(b) ‘If only her petals curled up a little more she’d be all right.’
(c) ‘If you don’t hold your tongues I will pick you’
(d) ‘I never saw anybody who looked stupider.’

READ THE BOOK FOR WHO SAID TO WHOM

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