- 1 What did Anne justify in her essay How does she support her statement?
- 2 How did Anne justify her being a chatterbox in her essay Brainly?
- 3 Who helped Anne Frank to justify her in her third essay and how?
- 4 What did Anne write in the essay given by Mr Keesing?
- 5 What did Anne write in her last essay?
- 6 Why does Anne think she is lonely?
- 7 Who was Mr Keesing?
- 8 Why was Anne unable to get closer to her already existing friends?
- 9 Which fact shows that the narrator was intelligent?
- 10 Who helped Anne to write 3 as a verse?
- 11 How did Anne make fun of Mr Keesing What was the result?
- 12 Who helped Anne write in verse?
- 13 What did Anne write in her diary?
- 14 Why was Mr Keesing annoyed with Anne?
- 15 Is Mr Keesing unpredictable?
What did Anne justify in her essay How does she support her statement?
Answer: In her first essay Anne justified her talkativeness by explaining that it was in her genes, because her mother was also talkative. That essay amused and pleased Mr. Keesing so much that he stopped rebuking Anne for her talkativeness.
How did Anne justify her being a chatterbox in her essay Brainly?
Answer: Anne justified her being a chatterbox in her essay by clearly pointing out that she had inherited it from her mother who was also as talkative as her or even more. She also stated that nobody could do anything about such inherited traits.
Who helped Anne Frank to justify her in her third essay and how?
Her friend Sanne offered to help her to write the third one in verse so. This way Sanne helped Anne in writing 3rd essay.
What did Anne write in the essay given by Mr Keesing?
Mr Keesing remained annoyed with Anne for talking in the class. As a punishment he gave her extra homework. Anne was to write an essay on ‘ A Chatterbox’,and then on ‘An incorrigible Chatterbox’.
What did Anne write in her last essay?
What did Anne write in her last essay? Anne Frank wrote in her last essay in the form of beautiful poem. It was about a mother duck and father because they quacked too much. The poem written so Beautifully that Mr keesing give his own comments and read it to many classes.
Why does Anne think she is lonely?
Anne Frank feels lonely and neglected throughout her time in the Secret Annex because she receives very little support from the others who are in hiding. Anne felt she didn’t have a true friend because no matter how many people she called her friend, there was no one she could really talk to or confide in.
Who was Mr Keesing?
Mr. Keesing was Anne’s Maths teacher. He was annoyed with Anne because she was a very talkative girl and talked too much in his class. He assigned her extra homework, asking her to write an essay on the subject, ‘A Chatterbox’.
Why was Anne unable to get closer to her already existing friends?
She felt that a paper has more capacity to absorb feelings than people’s mind. As she thought she was too lonely and had no real friends, she decided to name her diary “kitty”.
Which fact shows that the narrator was intelligent?
Explanation: Anne Frank appears to be more intelligent than fellow students in her class. She also has some satirical streak; as shown by her comment about teachers. Anyone could ramble on and leave big spaces between the words, but the trick was to come up with convincing arguments to prove the necessity of talking.
Who helped Anne to write 3 as a verse?
Who helped Anne with her third assignment? Anne’s friend, Sanne was good at poetry. She offered to help her write the essay from beginning to end in verse.
How did Anne make fun of Mr Keesing What was the result?
This time Mr keesing had enough. He gave her the topic of “Quack Quack Quack -said miss Chatterbox “. He thought that this topic would make Anne a joke in front of the class. This way, Anne Frank made a joke of Keesing turn on himself.
Who helped Anne write in verse?
Yeah Sanne helps Anne to write essay in verse as given in textbook
What did Anne write in her diary?
Anne wrote 34 tales. About her schooldays, things that happened in the Secret Annex, or fairytales she invented herself. The Book of Beautiful Sentences. These were not her own texts, but sentences and passages she copied from books she read in the hiding place.
Why was Mr Keesing annoyed with Anne?
Answer: Mr Keesing was annoyed with Anne because she was very talkative. He punished her by giving her extra homework to write essays to keep her silent and the topics always related to her nature.
Is Mr Keesing unpredictable?
She termed Mr Keesing as unpredictable. He lost temper and assigned her extra homework- write an essay on ‘A Chatterbox’. To her surprice he took all her essays in the right spirit; he even accepted her talkative nature and allowed her to talk in class. Thus she thought that Mr Keesing was unpredictable.