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What helped Hafeez Contractor during his study for becoming an architect?

Gupta was impressed by the sketches Hafeez used to make during childhood. She thought Hafeez was good at nothing but sketching, so she advised him to become an architect. Question 9: How did he help fellow students who lost a button?

Why does Vera say Nuttel fled their home?

When Mr Nuttel sees Mrs Sappleton’s husband and the two brothers enter the house with their dog, he leaves abruptly because he thought they were ghosts. Vera concocts a story about his fear of dogs as the reason for his abrupt departure to hide the fact that she had lied to him about them dead.

What did Mrs Sappleton say about the open window?

Question 4: What did Mrs Sappleton say about the open window? Answer: Mrs. Sappleton said that her husband and her younger brothers had been on a shooting spree and she was expecting them to come back through the window. They always came by that route only.

What is the main idea of the open window?

Lesson Summary One of the themes of this short story is escape. While Nuttel tries to escape the stress of his daily life through his vacation, the Sappleton men escape their daily routine by hunting, and the Sappleton niece lies as her means of escape. Another theme is empowerment.

Why did Mr Nuttel exit suddenly?

Answer: When Mr Nuttel sees Mrs Sappleton’s husband and the two brothers enter the house with their dog, he leaves abruptly because he thought they were ghosts. Explanation: Vera concocts a story about his fear of dogs as the reason for his abrupt departure to hide the fact that she had lied to him about them dead.

How did Mr Nuttel react to her?

Framton Nuttel reacts so intensely to the appearance of the three figures approaching the open window because he has been thoroughly convinced by Vera that the three male relatives are all dead.

What did Mr Nuttel see outside the window?

Answer: Explanation:Mr Nuttel saw two gentlemen coming toward the house. He believed that they are the ghosts of Mrs. Sappleton’s husband and his brother coming towards the open window.