Beehive chapter 7 packing

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Answer: 1. There are four characters in the narrative. They are Jerome (the narrator), George, Harris, and Montmorency (the dog). 2. The narrator volunteered to do the packing as he took pride in himself for his packing skills. It was one of those things that he felt he knew more about than any other person living. 3. George and Harris readily accepted Jerome’s suggestion. George put on a pipe and spread himself over the easy-chair. Harris put his legs on the table and lit a cigar. No, Jerome did not like their reaction. 4. When Jerome had offered to pack, his real intention was that he would boss the job, and Harris and George would work under his directions. Then, he would push them aside every now and then, and teach them how to do it properly. That is why their reaction irritated him. 5. After the bag was shut and strapped, Harris asked Jerome if he wasn’t going to put the boots in. Jerome knew that Harris was like that. He would not have said a word until he had shut and strapped the bag. 6. The “horrible idea” that occurred to Jerome a little later was if he had packed his toothbrush or not. He always forgot if he had packed his toothbrush or not. 7. After going through everything he had packed, Jerome finally found the toothbrush inside a boot. 8. Jerome had to reopen the bag because he found that he had packed his tobaccopouch in it. 9. George and Harris offered to pack the hampers for carrying food. Harris said that they would want to start in less than twelve hours’ time and therefore it was better that he and George should do the rest of the packing. 10. Statements i, iii, iv, vi, vii and ix are true.
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