Class 10 English Chapter 4.2 The Luncheon questions answers

Chapter 4.2 The Luncheon questions answers

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Maharashtra state Board Std 10 The Luncheon

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Important Questions Bank

Question 1. Talk with your partner and discuss the following questions:
(a) Have you ever been invited to lunch, at any hotel, by your friend?
(b) What was the occasion?
(c) Did you enjoy the lunch? Why?
Question 2. Discuss in pairs:
People with foibles are often not conscious of them. Do you agree or disagree? Why?
1. Choose the correct option from the bracket and fill in the blanks given below.
(addressed, luncheon, generously, unwise, insist)
(a) The chief guest …………………… the students.
(b) The crow was …………………… to sing.
(c) I invited my relatives to ……………………
(d) Parents always …………………… on children to be all-rounders.
(e) The king decided to donate his wealth among his subjects ……………………

Question 3. Go through the story again and find out various instances which create humour in ‘The Luncheon’. Complete the table by picking up various humorous instances and the particular line from the story. One is done for you.

Question 4. Answer in your own words.
(a) Although the author was not a vindictive man, he was very happy to see her weigh twenty-one stone and had finally had his revenge. What makes him say this? Explain.
(b) There are quite a few places where the author uses the expressions ‘My heart sank, panic seized’ etc. What was the reason for this? Explain.
(c) What are the instances which create humour in “The Luncheon”?
(d) Describe the use of irony and humour in “The Luncheon”.
Question 5. Fill in the blank a word or a phrase given in the brackets in their appropriate forms. (startle, catch sight of, overload, water, pass)
1. “I never …………………… my stomach”, she said.
2. I was …………………… when the menu was brought.
3. The author …………………… the guest at the play.
4. I had seen asparagus in the shops, my mouth often …………………… at the sight of them.
5. The author’s guest was …………………… through Paris.

Question 6. Use appropriate articles.
1. I have just had …………………… snack.
2. I have …………………… cup of coffee in the morning.
3. I want just …………………… ice cream and coffee.
4. The author and his guest gave …………………… order and then waited for the asparagus to be cooked.

Question 7. On the occasion of Diwali, write a letter to your friend to invite him/her to celebrate the festival in an innovative way. Use the following hints. Time and place special dish is prepared – other friends have also invited post-lunch fun programs, innovative activity
Question 8. Complete the following:
(1) The profession of the narrator: a writer.
(2) The lady was free on the following Thursday.
(3) At the time when the writer met the lady, he was living in a tiny apartment in Paris.
(4) The lady wanted to meet the narrator to have a chat with him.

Question 9. Where and when did they decide to have luncheon?

Question 10. Choose the correct options from the brackets and fill in the blanks: (pass, caught sight of, overload, modest, addressed, luncheon, interval)(1) The film was so boring that we went home during the interval.
(2) Though it was a modest apartment, it was extremely clean.

Question 11. Find out the ‘Synonyms’ from the passage for the words:
(1) A set of rooms:
(2) Acknowledged:
(3) Handle:
(4) Directed a remark:

Question 12. Rewrite the following sentence using the antonym of the underlined word: We’re none of us getting any younger.

Question 13. Rewrite the following sentence using ‘except’: The only free moment she had was on the following Thursday.
Question 14. I hardly think about it. (Begin the sentence with ‘How …!)
Question 15. She had read a book of mine. (Begin the sentence with ‘Hadn’t …?)

Question 16. If you were in the place of the narrator, how would you have reacted in the given situation?

Question 17. They decided to have luncheon at Foyot’s restaurant at half-past twelve on a Thursday.

Question 18. The writer ‘was startled when the menu was brought because ………………

Question 19. What do you think the woman reassured the narrator about?

Question 20. ‘I never eat anything for luncheon’. Explain the irony in this line.

Question 21. From the sentences given below, pick out the sentence that indicates that the lady was doing exactly the opposite of what she was saying.
(1) ‘I think you’re unwise to eat meat.”
(2) ‘‘I don’t believe in overloading my stomach.”

Question 22. Change the voice of the following sentences:
(1) She reassured me.
(2) I ordered it for my guest.

Question 23. “You’re unwise to eat meat,” she said. (Rewrite in indirect speech)
Question 24.  Are you careful in your eating habits?

Question 25. Name the food items mentioned in the passage

Question 26. Explain what the use of the word ‘sank’ suggests about the narrator’s feelings.:

Question 27. She ate the caviar and she ate the salmon. (Begin the sentence with not only … but also and rewrite the sentence.)

Question 28. Rewrite the following sentence as an affirmative sentence: I couldn’t possibly eat anything more unless they had some of those giant asparagus.

Question 29. Which food do you prefer to eat-home food or restaurant food. Why?

Question 30. Write if the following statements are True or False:
(1) The writer thought that the lady was mean.
(2) The writer’s tip was rather inadequate.
(3) The lady was now like a stone.
(4) The writer planned to have a heavy dinner.

Question 31. Complete the reasons:
(a) The writer planned to ‘eat nothing’ for dinner that night because….
(b) The lady thought that the writer was mean because

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