Objective Type Questions from Children At Work

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Very short questions from Children at work

Q. Who is the writer of Children At Work ?

Answer - Gita Wolf, Anushka Ravishankar and Orijit Sen

Q. What is the name of the boy ?

Answer - Velu

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Q. What is the age of Velu ?

Answer - Eleven years old boy.

Q. How was Velu's father ?

Answer - He was a drunkard. He used to beat Velu badly.

Q. What is the meaning of pulled in ?

Answer - arrived

Q. What is the meaning of wobbly ?

Answer - unsteady

Q. What is the meaning of squashy ?

Answer - crushed

Q. What is the meaning of gulped down ?

Answer - swallowed hurriedly

Q. What is the girl's name ?

Answer - Jaya

Q. Which train did the boy catch ?

Answer - Kanyakumari Express

Q. What work did the girl do in Chennai ?

Answer - Ragpicking

Q. Where did the boy and the girl find their meal ?

Answer - In the garbage outside the marriage place

Q. In which language had they written on the huge signboards ?

Answer - In English

Q. What is the name of the wedding building ?

Answer  - Sri Rajarajeshwari Prasanna Kalyana Mandapam.

Q. What is the name of the groom ?

Answer - J.V. Vinayagan.

Q. What is the name of the bride ?

Answer - Rani

Q. What did Velu eat in his food ?

Answer - Squashy banana and a vada.

Q. What does the girl carry in a sack on her shoulder ?

Answer - Things. Bottles, paper.

Q. What was written on the sign board in Tamil language that hung up in a big building ?

Answer - Central Jail

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