I wonder why the grass is green,
And why the wind is never seen?
Who taught the birds to build a nest,
And told the trees to take a rest?
O, when the moon is not quite round,
Where can the missing bit be found?
Who lights the star, when they blow out,
And makes the lightening flash about?
Who makes the rainbow in the sky,
And hangs the fluffy clouds so high?
Why is it now, do you suppose,
That Dad won’t tell me, if he knows?
- Jeannie Kirby
Refer the above poem to answer the following questions:
(A) Wonder (B) I Wonder (C) You Wonder (D) We Wonder
(A) Wonder (B) Moon (C) Birds (D) Jeannie Kirby
(A) never seen (B) always seen
(C) sometimes seen (D) none of these
(A) let the birds make nest (B) let the birds rest
(C) to take rest (D) to give shed
(A) new (B) dry (C) fresh (D) green
(A) In the clouds (B) In the sky
(C) In the water (D) In the rain
(A) Fluffy (B) Watery (C) White (D) Light
(A) Clouds (B) Rainbow (C) Lightening (D) Stars
(A) not quite square (B) circle
(C) not quite circle (D) broken
(A) Coop (B) Shed (C) Hole (D) Nest
(1) (B); (2) (D); (3) (A); (4) (C); (5) (D); (6) (B); (7) (A); (8) (C); (9) (C); (10) (D)