Lesson 1 (Button Button) Short Questions FSc 1st Year English Notes

Q: What is the moral lesson of the story “Button, Button”?

Ans: This story presents an imaginary situation. But it conveys a strong moral lesson. Weak people like Norma find short-cuts to success. This story teaches the lesson that they repent in the end.

Q: Why did the doorbell ring at eight o’clock?

Ans: The doorbell rang at eight because it was the time for Mr. Steward to visit Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis.

Q: What were the dialogues between Norma and Mr. Steward at the front door?

Ans: When Norma opened the door, Mr. Steward introduced himself. He then begged permission to come in. Norma said that she was busy and could not attend him.

Q: Why did Norma consider the tone and attitude of Mr. Steward offensive?

Ans: Norma did not like Mr. Steward’s attitude because he was insisting that Mrs. Norma Lewis found lying by her front unnecessarily. Moreover, his tone and language were rough. So Norma considered all this offensive.

Q: What did Mr. Steward tell Norma about the package?

Ans: Mr. Steward told her that this package could prove very valuable for her. There was a chance of earning a lot of money.

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