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Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 1

“And think of all those people worse off than you. Think, you might have been blinded, or born deaf, or have to live in a wheelchair, or be daft in your head and dribble.”

Q. Pick up a word from above lines which is similar in meaning as ‘fall slowly in drops or a thin stream’.

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 1
Fall slowly in drops or a thin stream means dribble.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 2

“And think of all those people worse off than you. Think, you might have been blinded, or born deaf, or have to live in a wheelchair, or be daft in your head and dribble.”

Q. Who is the speaker of these words?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 2
Derry is the speaker of these words.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 3

“And think of all those people worse off than you. Think, you might have been blinded, or born deaf, or have to live in a wheelchair, or be daft in your head and dribble.”

Q. How does Derry feel about this sermonising?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 3
He does not like Mr Lamb's sermonising as he feels that it or anything else cannot change the ugliness of his face. Thus Derry feels a terrible sense of frustration and loneliness due to his severely burnt face.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 4

“So you believe everything you hear, then”

Q. About which incident the listener is talking about he had heard?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 4
The listener is talking about two women talking about his face.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 5

“So you believe everything you hear, then”

Q. How does Mr. Lamb interpret the conversation?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 5
Mr. Lamb interprets this conversation as casual.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 6

“So you believe everything you hear, then”

Q. Who is the speaker of the above lines?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 6
Mr.Lamb is the speaker of the above lines.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 7

“So you believe everything you hear, then”

Q. How did Derry feel about it?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 7
Derry suffers from an acute sense of self-hatred and rejection because of his burnt face. He feels he is very ugly because of which no one will ever love him.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 8

“I am not fond of curtains. Shutting things out, shutting things in. I like the light and the darkness, and the windows open, to hear the wind.”

Q. What things the house is full of?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 8
Although the loneliness of Derry dominates the play, there are evident traces of Mr. Lamb’s loneliness throughout the first scene of the play. The old man says that having heard the bees for a “long time” he knows that they “sing”, not buzz. It not only depicts how his perception was different from others but also illustrates that he was lonely and that he did not have any one to be with. Another evidence of his loneliness is the fact that whole day he sat in the sun and read books. This proves that books were his only true friends. He says that his “empty house” is full of books, underlining the way in which the void of his empty life was filled in by books.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 9

“I am not fond of curtains. Shutting things out, shutting things in. I like the light and the darkness, and the windows open, to hear the wind.”

Q. What does the listener like to hear?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 9
In the poem, 'Rain on the Roof', the poet tries to focus on listening to the pitter-patter on the roof whereas his mind weaves the recollections of fond memories of yesteryears. Every raindrop that falls on the roof forms a rhythm with the poet's heartbeat.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 10

“I am not fond of curtains. Shutting things out, shutting things in. I like the light and the darkness, and the windows open, to hear the wind.”

Q. Whose house is being referred here?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 10
Mr.Lamb house is being referred to here.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 11

“I am not fond of curtains. Shutting things out, shutting things in. I like the light and the darkness, and the windows open, to hear the wind.”

Q. Why is ‘I’ not fond of curtains?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 11
There aren't any curtains at the windows of Mr Lamb's house because he was not fond of it. He is an open hearted man, He hates things shut out and in. He likes light,darkness and sound of wind.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 12

“What’ll he ever do? What’s going to happen to him when we’ve gone? How ever will he get on in this world?”

Q. Who speaks these words?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 12
These words are spoken by Derry’s parents.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 13

“What’ll he ever do? What’s going to happen to him when we’ve gone? How ever will he get on in this world?”

Q. Who is the listener?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 13
Here listener is Mr.Lamb.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 14

“It’s got nothing to do with my face and what I look like. I don’t care about that and it isn’t important. It’s what I think and feel and what I want to see and find out and hear.”

Q. Where is the willing to go?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 14
Derry gets into his garden not to steal or pick up apples. He enters in it there because he likes the place and thinks it to be empty. He enters the garden by climbing over the garden wall though the gate is always open.
Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 15

“It’s got nothing to do with my face and what I look like. I don’t care about that and it isn’t important. It’s what I think and feel and what I want to see and find out and hear.”

Q. What does Derry see when he returns to Lamb’s garden?

Detailed Solution for Test: On The Face Of It- Extract Based Type Questions- 3 - Question 15
Derry returns to the garden to help him. When he enters the garden, he sees Mr. Lamb lying on the ground. Derry tried hard to make him move but did not get any response from him.
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