Q.1. What are the two very important virtues in Kari? Explain.
Q.2. Why did the narrator think that there were a snake thieving bananas from the dining room?
Q.3. Kari becomes fond of _________.
(a) Red apples
(b) ripe mangoes
(c) ripe bananas
(d) Green grass
Q.4. How much food did Kari consume in a day?
(a) Fourteen pounds
(b) Fifty pounds
(c) Twenty pounds
(d) Forty pounds
Q.5. What was the first thing the writer saw in the water?
(a) Branches of trees
(b) Water falling downwards
(c) Trunk of his elephant
(d) The boy
Q.6. The narrator noticed that there was a change in Kari's behaviour while they were trying to save the young boy. What was the change?
Q.7. What food did kari savour upon?
(a) Young branches of the apple tree
(b) Young branches of the pine tree
(c) Young branches of the mango tree
(d) Young branches of the banyan tree
Q.8. Where did Kari live?
(a) In a pavallion
(b) In a green house
(c) In a wooden cottage
(d) In the forest
Q.9. The author shared the incident of stolen bananas with ________.
(a) the boy’s parents
(b) Kari’s parents
(c) his friend
(d) his parents
Q.10. What is the meaning of mutilated?
(a) Torn awkwardly
(b) Proper in shape
(c) Perfectly fine