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Golu Grows a Nose Extra Questions and Answers Class 7 English An Alien Hand
Golu Grows a Nose Extra Questions and Answers Short Answer Type
Who had a bulgy nose?
Golu had a bulgy nose as big as a boot.
What did Golu ask from Mynah?
Golu asked mynah about crocodile’s food.
Where did mynah suggest him to go?
Mynah suggested Golu to go to the banks of the great, grassy Limpopo River.
What did Golu take along?
Golu took away a hundred sugar canes, fifty dozen bananas and twenty-five melons as food.
How did Golu help the python?
Golu helped the python to coil around the branch of a tree.
How long did it take for Golu to reach the Limpopo River?
It took a few days-for Golu to reach the Limpopo River.
What did crocodile do assure Golu of his being crocodile?
The crocodile winked at first and later shed tears to assure Golu of his being a crocodile.
How did the crocodile reply to Golu about his dinner?
The crocodile caught hold of Golu’s nose when he asked about his dinner.
How did the python rescued Golu?
The python coiled himself round Golu’s stomach and asked him to pull himself from clutches of the crocodile.
How long was Golu’s nose after being pulled?
Golu’s nose was five feet long after being pulled.
What did Golu do to cool his nose?
Golu wrapped up his elongated nose in a big banana leaf and hung it in the great, grassy Limpopo River to cool.
What was ‘advantage number one’?
Golu hit the fly with his elongated nose which was disturbing him. Then python reacted by saying it to be his advantage number one.
What were the benefits of having of long trunk?
Golu could eat better and could throw mud at his opponent easily with his long trunk.
Golu Grows a Nose Extra Questions and Answers Long Answer Type
‘Co-existence and universal brotherhood can be learnt from the animals’. Comment in the . light of the lesson.
Life on earth is always inter-dependent. Co-existence and interdependence bring together various spe-cious. Python was helped by the baby elephant that in turn saved his life from deadly beast, the crocodile. He also talked about the utility of his trunk. Thus he was helped in understanding himself by none other than a python who was unknown to him earlier. Golu was grateful to him.
‘Evolving is the natural phenomenon’ for the benefit for life on earth. Elucidate.
The story talks about evolving of elephant’s trunk from a bulgy nose. This ignites curious and inquisitive minds of the reader. They might start associating evolution of human and other lives on earth. Thus these fictitious bring idea for better understanding to the young minds. They may start research at early age and may prove to be asset for the humanity in large.
Whom does Golu ask, “Why don’t you ever fly like other birds”?
Golu asked his tall aunt, the ostrich that ‘Why don’t you ever fly like other birds?”
Which uncle of Golu had red eyes?
Golu’s huge uncle hippopotamus had red eyes.
Golu’s realtives did not answer his questions because
(i) they were shy.
(ii) the questions were too difficult.
(iii) Golu was a naughty boy.
(ii) The questions were too difficult.
Who advised Golu to go to the Limpopo River?
The mynah advised Golu to go to the Limpopo River.
Why did Golu go to the river?
Golu went to the river to know what the crocodile had for his dinner.
The crocodile lay on the bank of the Limpopo River. Golu thought it was:
(i) a living crocodile.
(ii) a dead crocodile.
(iii) a log of wood.
Golu thought it was a log of wood.
What did the crocodile do to show that it was a real crocodile?
The crocodile shed its false tears to show that it was a real one.
“Come here, little one, and I’ll whisper the answer to you”. The crocodile said this because
(i) he couldn’t stand up.
(ii) he wanted to eat Golu.
(iii) Golu was deaf.
(ii) He wanted to eat Golu.
Who helped Golu on the bank of the river?
The python helped Golu on the bank of the river.
Name two things the elephant can do with his trunk, and two he cannot.
The elephant can lift his food with his trunk. The elephant can also put mud on his body with the half of the trunk. He cannot scratch himself with his trunk. He also cannot eat his food with his trunk