Hachiko Class 3 Question Answer
Hachiko Class 3 Question Answer | New Pathway Class 3 English | question and answers for all the students of cbse / icse board.
- Book – New pathway Class 3 English
- Writer – Mala Palani
- Subject – English
- Board – CBSE or ICSE
Answer the following questions:-
- Que: Where is Mrs. Daisuke’s newspaper stall?
- Ans: Mrs. Daisuke’s newspaper stall is at Shibuya station.
- Que: Why did rei Chan get scared? did she remain scared for long? Why?
- Ans: Rei Chan was scared because she thought it was a wolf. No, she did not stay away from him for long because she had befriended Hachiko.
- Que: Why do you think rei Chan was surprised to see Hachiko’s behavior?
- Ans: Rei Chan was surprised to see Hachiro’s behavior because she never imagined a pet dog and a human being could share such a deep bond.
- Que: Did rei Chan want to leave Hachiko alone on the night of 21 May 1925?
- Ans: Rei Chan did not want to leave Hachiko alone on the night of 21 May 1925.
- Que: Who was Hachiko?
- Ans: Hachiko was an Akita bred Japanese dog. He was a very faithful and loyal dog.
- Que: Who was Dr. Ueno?
- Ans: Dr. Ueno was a professor at Tokyo Imperial University.
- Que: Where did Hachiko go with the professor every day?
- Ans: At the railway station.
- Que: What happened to the professor one day?
- Ans: The professor never returned home after he died at his workplace.
- Que: What place did Hachiko wait for the professor? What was the duration of his wait for his master?
- Ans: Hachiko waited at the railway station for ten years.
- Que: In what way did the Japanese pay homage to Hachiko?
- Ans: At the same railway station where Hachiko used to wait for his master, the Japanese erected a bronze statue of him.
- Que: Who is the master of Hachiko?
- Ans: Dr. Ueno was the master of Hachiko.
- Que: What did Hachiko do after Ueno died?
Ans: He would go to the railway station daily to receive his master.
- Que: Why did people make statues of Hachiko?
Ans: People made statues of Hachiko to make him immortal for his loyalty and faithfulness.