Page No: 42 Read and Find Out 1. She chose to borrow the jewel and unfortunately lost it. Page No: 41 Read and Find Out 1. Question: What do you think happened after Mathilde and her friend met? All the men were greatly impressed by her beauty, grace and personality. Upon leaving she reaches for the necklace, and finds it missing. Could it have ended in any other way and been as effective and short a story? He then asked Matilda to write a letter to Mme Forestier, explaining that she had broken the clasp of the necklace and would get it repaired. Most probably, she would have asked Matilda to replace it.
Loisel finds out it was fake! When the students realize, at the end, that the necklace is fake, I usually get a riot of hypothetical questions. Answer If Matilda would have confessed to her friend that she had lost her necklace, she might have been in lesser trouble than what she faced after having replaced the necklace. When he found nothing, he went to the police and to the cab offices. Page no: 46 Thinking about the text 1. How could she have avoided it? He is a caring husband.
Answer After buying a pretty dress, Mme Loisel was bothered by yet another problem. How is the problem solved? Matilda learnt the odious work of a kitchen. Question: Read the given extracts and write what they reveal about the various characters of the story. Study Questions - The Necklace The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant www. Mathilde, being very vain, complains to her husband that she cannot go without a new dress and some jewelry. It is not until the very last line when Mme.
Does it affect you emotionally? She over-looks the realities of life. Or is she just an old, bad stereotype? The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the study guide for the necklace answers gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Soon she remembers that two years ago she had gifted it away to one of her faithful maids who had to leave work for she got married'. She took down the refuse to the street each morning and brought up the water, stopping at each landing to catch her breath. Having lost it she was not brave enough to reveal it to her friend. After days of searching, she and her husband decide to replace it with a one that looks identical.
Thinking quickly, she goes to a wealthy friend, Mme. Answer: The Liosels were a happy couple. When she went to Mme Forestier, the latter brought a jewel case, so that Mme Loisel could choose whichever jewels she liked. Her happiness dissipates when she realizes she has lost the necklace. She could have avoided the ruin by being content with what she had. The gown she bought for 400 francs but the jewel she borrowed. Can you identify with her? He wants to see Mme.
They wanted to be introduced to her as they thought that she belonged to the upper class of society. To appease her, her husband gives her money he had been saving so she can buy a dress. She could have accepted her husband's suggestion and worn flowers instead. After replacing the lost necklace with a new one, they had to replay all the money that they had borrowed to buy the new necklace. Then she rushes home to see the diamond necklace again. The Necklace Summary The story is set in Paris in the 1880s.
He even put an advertisement in the newspapers, offering a reward. She stood taller than all the other women at the party by her sheer elegance. What fresh problem now disturbs Mme Loisel? Consoles her for some time. This was the beginning of their problems. She would have given her the details from where she had bought the necklace and how much it had cost her. Answer: Madame Loisel was a great success at the ball.
She wants them to be true. This lasted for ten years, and at the end of the said period, they were able to repay their lenders. Do you think it would be easier for a young, married woman to fulfil her dreams today?. Her husband gives her money to buy a dress, but she is not satisfied until she asks a wealthy friend for a necklace to borrow. All those present there, kept looking at her and they asked her, her name.
A common use for Storyboard That is to help students create a of the events from a novel. However, she refused and said that there was nothing more humiliating than to have a shabby air in the midst of rich women. Loisel was content with his life before the ball took place? Always give reasons for your answers. Loisel contribute to the cost of the new necklace? Her friend would definitely have been angry with her. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account.
She got a lot of attention from everyone. Her husband suggested that she should wear some natural flowers. Therefore, Loisel went over the track where they had walked. Do you care about her at the beginning, or at the end? The couple struggles to find it to no avail. Loisel goes into debt for ten years, just to replace a necklace that, in the end, was almost worthless.