This post contains 1st Year English Book 3 Play 1 Heat Lightning Questions Answers for the Students of FSC Part 1. You will find 23 Questions with Answers in this post. I have taken these Questions and Answers from 11th Class Kips English Notes. I have divided this post into 2 parts. The 1st part has 8 Questions and Answers from the 11th Class English Play Heat Lightning Exercise and the other 15 from Kips Notes for practice. 11th Class all subjects notes are also available.
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11th Class English Book 3 Play 1 Heat Lightning Short Question Answers Notes
Q.1 Why couldn’t the girl describe the killer?
Ans. She could not describe the killer because she could not see him very well in the dark, and also because she was too frightened to describe anything properly. She could not even remember how the man was dressed.
Q.2 What were the circumstances that forced her to leave her car?
Ans. Her car ran out of gas so she left it. Hoping to get a bus to get home.
Q.3 why did she ask for help from the first man? Or Why did the girl consider the first man her helper?
Ans. She asked for help from the first man because she thought that the first man was a passenger waiting for the bust. She, therefore, took the first man for her saviour ad asked him to help her.
Q.4 What was the condition of the weather?
Ans. It was raining very heavily. There were flashes of lightning and crashes of thunder. It was a stormy night.
Q.5 Why did the second man accuse the first man of lying?
Ans. The second man accused the first man of lying because he thought that the first man had tried to give him the impression that there was no one else in the waiting room. The second man had actually seen a girl in the room but the first man didn’t want the girl to be noticed.
Q.6 Does the girl become suspicious of the first man as the play progresses?
Ans. The girl does not become suspicious of the first man as the play progresses. She takes him for her protector throughout the play till, at the end of the play, she sees him taking her own flashlight from his coat pocket.
Q.7 What is her impression of the second man?
Ans. She believes that the second man is the killer whom she saw dragging the dead body of a girl from his car, and who had chased her all the way till she reached the bus station.
Q.8 Why didn’t she accompany the second man?
Ans. She did not accompany the second man because she believed he is the killer whom she had seen dragging the dead body of a girl from his car. She was terribly scared of the second man who, she thought, would kill her, too.
Additional Questions and Answers from KIPS Notes Exercise for Practice
Above mentioned 8 Questions and Answers are from the Textbook Exercise of Class 11 English Play 1 Heat Lightning Questions Answers. However, Hereunder, I am sharing 15 Short Question Answers from 1st Year English Kips Notes for practice purpose.
Q.1 Why did the girl come out on a stormy night?
Ans. The girl was at a party, and she could have stayed all night with a friend, but she changed her mind as she thought she had enough gas to get home.
Q.2 What did the girl see while walking along the road?
Ans. As she walked along the road, she noticed a car pulled off into a lane. But as she drew near, she saw a man pulling the dead body of a girl out of the car.
Q.3 Hat as the condition of the girl when she entered the waiting room?
Ans. The girl’s clothes were wet and muddy, and her hair was dishevelled. She was sobbing and was awfully scared.
Q.4 Why did the first man ask the girl to go to the police?
Ans. The first man asked the girl to go to the police because he wanted to find out if she could report the dreadful incident to the police.
Q.5 Why did the first man insist on the girl’s going to the women’s room?
Ans. The first man insisted on her going to the women’s room because the second man was violently knocking at the door of the waiting room, and the first man did not want him to see the girl there.
Q.6 What did the first man say to the girl?
Ans. He told her to get hold of herself. He assured her of his help and said that he wouldn’t have her. He told her to report the dreadful incident to the police.
Q.7 What are the factors that played a role in saving the girl?
Ans. The factors that played a role in saving the girl were the second man and the dog that came there to save itself from the storm. But mainly it was the dog that seized the man and forced him to run away.
Q.8 How did the girl realize the truth?
Ans. She realized the truth when she saw the first man taking a flashlight from his coat pocket. It was her flashlight that she had dropped in her great terror.
Q.9 How was the girl saved in the end?
Ans. When the girl saw the first man taking a flashlight from his coat pocket, she ran up to the center door and bolted it before the man came near her. A dog that came there by chance to save itself from the storm jumped and grabbed the man with its sharp teeth and forced him to run away.
Q.10. How did the second man try to help the girl get over her fear of lightning?
Ans. He took the girl’s arm and led her up to the window to show her a big flash of lightning. He told her that she would never get over her fear of things until she faced them.
Q.11 Why did the girl scream to see the center door in the lightning?
Ans. The girl screamed because she had seen a man’s face pressed against the glass of the door outside.
Q.12 What did the second man say when he noticed the girl’s nervousness?
Ans. He asked the girl if the storm had upset her plans. He consoled her that she should expect storms to slow down buses.
Q.13 How did the second man knock at the door and what did he say while knocking at the door?
Ans. The second man knocked at the door forcefully. He was angrily asking the first man to open the door and let him come in.
Q.14 Why did the girl let out a muffled cry?
Ans. The light in the room dimmed and went out. The girl got afraid and let out a muffled cry because he did not want to second man to notice her.
Q. 15 who wrote the play, “Heat Lightning”?
Ans. Robert F. Carroll wrote the play, “Heat Lightning”.
I am sure these notes of Class 11 English Book 3 Heat Lightning Play Question Answer will be helpful for FSC First Year Students. You should also prepare Heat Lightning Play Synonyms and MCQs.