Read the extract given below and answer the questions that follow:
"You must make your public happier :
Give them something, sharper, snappier.
We must aim for better billings."
(a) Identify the speaker of the above lines.
(b) Who does 'we' refer to?
(c) What must be done for 'better billings'
(d) What trait of the speaker's character is revealed through the above lines?
(a) The frog is the speaker of the above lines
(b) ‘We’ refers to the frog and the nightingale
(c) For ‘better billings’ we must be sharp and alert. We should be able to do something extra-ordinary to get that attention in public.
(d) The speaker’s character has been portrayed as an arrogant, pompous, haughty, patronizing, opportunist, condescending and boastful.