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Name the author of the chapter "The adventures of Toto"
Grandfather and I put him away in a little closet opening in to my bedroom wall, where he was tied securely or so we thought to a peg fastened into the wall. a. Who is ‘him’ in this extract? b. Where was he put away and why? c. How was he tied? Did it prove to be secure? d. What is suggested by the phrase “or so we thought”?
a. ‘Him’ in the above extract refers to Toto. b. Toto was put away in a little closet to an opening in the author's bedroom wall where he was hidden away from grandmother. c. He was tied securely to a peg fastened into a wall. No it did not prove to be secure as after few hours when they returned they found that the walls had been ripped off their ornamental paper, peg in the wall had been wrenched from its socket and authors School blazer was in shreds d. It means that author and grandfather had considered the peg to be secure enough to stop Toto from moving anywhere but it did not turn out to be so.
Unfortunately I could not accompany grandfather on that trip but he told me about it afterwards. a. Which trip is being referred to here? b. Why had grandfather gone there? c. Why does the speaker use the expression ‘unfortunately’? d. What did grandfather tell the speaker about the trip afterwards? Why?
The ticket collector looked closely at the tortoise, prodded it with his forefinger, gave grandfather a pleased and triumphant look and said “No charge. It’s not a dog” a. Why did the ticket collector look closely at the tortoise? b. How did the ticket collector examine the tortoise? c. What type of look did the ticket collector give to grandfather? Why? d. Why were the charges waived by the ticket collector?
He would cunningly test the temperature with his hand, then gradually step into the bath, first one foot then the other as he had seen me doing, until he was into the water after his neck. a. Who is he and what is he doing? b. Why does he check the temperature. c. What opinion do you form about Toto from the behavior described in the extract? d. What would Toto do next?
We found him in the branches of the jackfruit tree the dish still in his arms. He remained there all afternoon eating slowly… a. Who is him in the extract? Who found him? b. Where did he get the dish from? c. Why was he in the branches of the Jackfruit tree? d. What was he eating and why was he eating it slowly?
How does Toto come to grandfather's private zoo?
Toto was a pretty monkey. In what sense is Toto pretty?
Why does grandfather take Toto to Saharanpur and how?
Why does the ticket collector insist on calling Toto a dog?
How does Toto take a bath? Where has he learnt to do this?
How does Toto almost boil himself alive? Or How did Toto’s desire to take bath almost lead to his being half boiled?
Why does the author say that Toto was not the sort of pet that we could keep for long? Or Why did grandfather give away Toto the monkey?
Why did the author’s grandfather decide to buy Toto?
Why could not Toto and Nana become friends?
How does Toto become a problem to grandfather while going to Saharanpur?
Where was Toto kept immediately after grandfather got him? Why?
Who was Nana? How did Toto tease Nana?
Give the names of grandfather's pets. Where did they live?
How can you say that Toto was a mischievous pet?
Describe the incident at Dehradun Railway Station after reading the story The Adventures of Toto.
Grandfather was a great lover of animals. Describe.

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