English CBSE Class 11 NCERT Snapshot Chapter 2 The Address Free Solution of Extra Questions and Answers – Extract Based Questions Short Answer Questions Long Answer Questions and Value Based Questions
Short Answer Questions (30-40 words)
SA 1. The narrator informed Mrs. Dorling that she was daughter of Mrs S. What was the response of Mrs. Dorling?
SA 2. During her first visit, how did narrator conclude that she was meeting the right person?
SA 3. How did Mrs. S describe Mrs. Dorling to her daughter?
SA 4. Did the narrator agree with her mother about conduct of Mrs. Dorling? What question she had asked her mother?
SA 5. ‘I was in a room I knew and did not know.’ Please explain this sentence.
SA 6. ‘You only notice when something is missing’. Briefly explain the context in which this was said.
SA 7. How did the narrator recognize the table cloth?
SA 8. During her second visit, why did the narrator not wait to meet Mrs. Dorling?
SA 9. Why narrator had gone to the house of Mrs. Dorling for the second time?
SA 10. How did narrator introduce herself to Mrs. Dorling? Did she recognize the narrator?
SA 11. Why did narrator resolve to forget the address?
SA 12. You get so used of touching all these lovely things in the house, you hardly look at them anymore. You only notice when something is missing …” When this extract was spoken and explain its meaning
Answer: The narrator had said these words to the daughter of Mrs. Dorling. The narrator had become nostalgic about things that once belonged to her.
We get so used to things in our possession that we hardly ever give importance to these. But after losing those, we realise our emotional attachment with those.
Long Answer questions (120-150 words)
LA 1. What impression do you form about Mrs. Dorling from the first visit of narrator to her house?
LA 2. Is the title of the text justified? Please justify your answer.
LA 3. Describe the second visit of narrator to Number 46, Marconi Street.