Explanation: The child was fascinated by the pop of colours in the fair. … However, the sheer number of people present at the fair scared the child and repelled him from spending more time there. He was afraid of getting lost and being separated from his parents.
What fascinated the child as he entered the fair?
Answer: The boy was attracted to toys, balloons and sweets in the fair. He got fascinated with the flute music being played by the snake charmer. While watching the roundabout swing he got separated from his parents.
At what point in the fair did the child lose his parents?
Answer: (a) Tfie child said, “I want my father, I want my mother.” At what point in the fair did the child lose his parents? (a) At the sweetmeat-shop.
How did the balloon fascinate the child?
Answer. The child was fascinated with the balloons and he wanted to have them. … He knew that if he would ask his parents to buy them, his parents would say that he was too old to play with the balloons. So he didn’t ask his parents to buy them.
How did the child enjoy the beauty of nature on his way to the fair?
How did the child enjoy the beauty of nature on his way to the fair? Ans: On his way to the fair, the child saw a flowering mustard field. He stopped there to watch the little insects and worms that were coming out from their hiding places.
How was the child lost in the fair?
Answer: In the fair , there were many beautiful things like toys , sweets , balloons and many more. The child wanted all those things but his parents were neglecting him and in watching those things the child was lagging behind . … In this way the child lost in the fair.
What was the condition of the child after being lost in the fair?
Answer. Answer:when the child lost his parents in the fair,he was very sad. He was sobbing and weeping. Most importantly he was afraid that he would be lost forever.
What did the child want to eat at the fair?
Answer. Answer: In the lesson THE LOST CHILD the child in the fair wants to eat orange barfie from the sweetmeat seller.
Who took the child to the fair?
Explanation: the child went to the fair with his parents who had some financial problems . There the child sees many things that he wants and ask’s for them. He doesn’t wait for an answer and goes ahead as he knew the financial condition of his parents.
How do you know that the lost child was a nature lover?
1 Answer. The child was attracted to the nature’s little aspects because of his innocence. When his mother diverted his attention towards the mustard field he saw the flowers which were in the nascent stage and flowering. The flowers of the field were pale like melting gold.
How was the child delaying the parents visit to the fair?
Parents were in a hurry to reach the fair but the child was delaying them. How ? Answer: The boy got distracted by toys which he wanted to buy, butterflies and dragon flies which he wanted to catch that he wanted to gather. And, out of pine innocence he delayed his parents to reach the fair.
What did the child want to buy in the fair?
Answer: The child wants many things in the fair. He wants to have toys, different sweets, garland, balloons of different colours and has a keen desire to enjoy the roundabout. He moves on without waiting for an answer because whenever he stops to see things, his parents gave him a cautionary call, “come, child, come!
Why did the little child cry the lost child?
Answer. The child wanted his parents as his first priority was his parents other than anything and the child was too small to control his emotions ,so the boy started crying.
Why was the child happy on his way to the fair?
Answer. The child enjoyed the beauty of nature immensely on his way to the fair appreciating the vibrant colours of the flowers and the singing of the birds.
Why did the child say no to all the things he was earlier crying for?
Answer: His parents were not there. So he was feeling lonely without them . Without them, everything looked insignificant and unimportant.
Why did the child not ask for his Favourite Burfi?
The child didn’t ask for his favorite burfi because he half knew that his request would not be listened because his parents would say he was greedy. So without waiting for an answer he moved on. The child knew that his parents would not buy him a garland of gulmohur.