What is the Taximan story?
The Taximan’s Story is a dialogue between the taximan and his passenger which he calls ‘Madam’. The story comes to an end with him saying he is going back to Hotel Elroy to pick up the boys and girls again. 1. Taximan – He is a talkative and observant person, and a doting father.
What themes are discussed in the story Taximan?
In this story, it tells about how the Singaporean youth in the present times have grown impulsive and careless compared to the earlier generations. The theme raised in the story is how teenagers nowadays are different compared to older generations.
What is the point of view of the Taximan’s story?
Third-person point of view is that of an outsider looking at the action. The problem that hinders the characters to attain their goals.
How realistic is the story of Taximan Brainly?
Answer: The irony of the story is that Lay Choo is intelligent and is very good in her studies but unexpectedly, she was fooling around instead of being in school. This story is very realistic as the writer potrays the taximan to be a typical Singaporean who do not have much education and speaks singlish.
Who are the characters presented in the story the Taximan Can you describe them?
The Taximan’s Story
- The Taximan. Protagonist of the story, a very generous and hardworking father of eight.
- Madam. A protagonist also of the story, a teacher and the taximan’s passenger who’s rushing for her meeting.
- Lay Choo.
- Rising Action.
- Falling Action.
Who are the characters in the story Taximan?
- TAXI MAN- THE TAXI DRIVER AND THE FATHER OF LAY CHOO.
- TEACHER- THE PASSENGER OF THE TAXI MAN WHOM HE TELL HIS STORY.
- LAY CHOO- DAUGHTER OF THE TAXI MAN. ALWAYS GOOD AND EXCELLENT.
What is the characters of the Taximan’s story?
The taxi man- narrator of the story. He is hardworking, loving yet strict and courteous. His personality is round and dynamic because his character developed from being calm and aggressive father. The passenger, “Madam”- the person whom the taximan is telling the story.
What is the irony in the story Brainly?
Answer: 1. The irony of the story is that the taximan complains about the young people paying carelessly in the beginning/middle of the story, then took advantage of it by the end of the story as he says; “In a hurry, madam.
At what point of view is the Taximan’s story What is the irony?
TheTaximan’sStory 1. The irony of the story is that the taximan’s beloved daughter went to cheat him and went to become a prostitute. That broke the taximan’s heart as he had loved her and did not think that this kind of irony would happen to him.
Do you agree with his lamenting Taximan?
Ans: Yes, I agree with his lamenting. Youngsters nowadays should know that they should not do such a thing that does not benefit them at all. They should be concentrating on their studies and not do all these when their parents are working so hard to pay for their school fees.
What realistic is the story?
Realistic fiction is a story written about events that did not actually happen but could have happened; the people, events and places may be real. It is a classification of literature containing stories that could actually happen, in a time and setting that is plausible and contains realistic characters.
How does the author feel about Singapore?
The author feels good and amaze beacause of the Merlion and the other things like clothes,foods ang many more.
What is the irony in the story of the taxi Man’s story?
He loved what he hated, that is the irony of the story. The taxi man hates the youth yet he makes money from them, by providing them with service. Picking them up in hotels, dropping them off, and even allowing them to make love inside his cab, just because they pay him a hefty amount of cash. In short, the Taxi man is a hypocrite.
What was the main theme of the Taximan’s story?
This irony is the sudden change of his attitude towards the young people from strong dislike through his oral presentation to a liking for them compared to thrifty people. Personally, I think that the main and most important theme is the hypocrisy of human nature, which is clearly reflected from the taximan’s attitude.
What was the irony of the story Little Ironies?
I feel that the irony in the story is when the taximan keeps harping on the fact that schoolgirls and schoolboys act like big shots, spending money, smoking and wearing the latest fashion.
Is the story about amking Love in taxi true?
However, his story about young people hanging out in clubs and “amking love in his taxi” should be true because there are no reasons why he should lie about it and it is true that such things do happen in Singapore. Maybe he was trying to waste the passenger’s time by winding up a make-belief story and earning more money through the metre charge.