UNDERSTANDING THE STORY
A. Tick ‘T’ for true statements and ‘F’ for false ones.
B. Answer the following questions in about 30 words each.
1. Swami’s father became angry when Swami told him that he was not going to school. His reaction was totally opposite from Swami’s mother’s reaction.
2. Father’s behavior took an unexpected turn because he had written a letter against Samuel after listening his violent account. Swami thought that his father would allow him to leave at home but he send him to school to handover the letter to the headmaster.
3. Swami didn’t handover the complaint letter to the headmaster because he was not sure about the allegations he had put on Samuel, whether Samuel was deserving the allegations or not. So, he need some time to rectify Samuel.
4. No, Swami couldn’t deliver the complaint letter to the headmaster was on leave that day, and Samuel was the vice-principal for that day. And he couldn’t give letter to Samuel.