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1.What does the poem tell us to do? 2. Write about the places where the poet wants us to run.-CBSE-English-Class 41 AnswerHaving read the poem, try to guess whether the poet is fond of cats. If so, why does he call Macavity a fiend and monster?English CBSE Class 8 NCERT 1 AnswerWhat do you think about the poet of the poem Snake?Is he a coward or a brave person ? CBSE English1 AnswerAre these sentences right or wrong?(CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5 )1 AnswerThe poet says “I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.” What is ‘the difference’ that the poet mentions?English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions1 AnswerThe poet uses words like ‘adown’, ‘rode’ which contain harsh consonants. Why do you think the poet has done this?English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions2 AnswerThe poems and the song in this Unit allow you to see the range of ways in which individuals and communities express their opinions, their anger and their sorrow. In class, do the following two exercises: - CBSE class 8 civics 1 AnswerRead the following extract and answer the following questions that follow : How bright on the blue Is a kite when it‟s new! With a dive and a dip It snaps its tail Then soars like a ship With only a sail a) Name the poem and the poet . b) What does 1 Answer(i) Read the first two lines of the poem.Is the mood:(CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5 )1 AnswerWhat did the poet look up to see? (CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 6)1 Answer The poem is full of images that come alive through skilful use of words. List out any two images that appeal to you the most, quoting the lines from the poem.English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions.1 AnswerDiscuss with your partner the following definition of a poem. A poem is made of words arranged in a beautiful order. These words, when read aloud with feeling, have a music and meaning of their own.English CBSE Class 8 NCERT 1 Answer1)How many kinds of creatures are there in the poem? 2)Are the seals happy?-CBSE-English-class 1-One little kitten1 AnswerName the poem and poet of the above lines. Read the following lines from a poem and answer the questions briefly. (ENGLISH CBSE QUESTION class 6) 1 AnswerName three places where the butterfly rested. CBSE class 3 English1 AnswerAccording to the poet, should you cry a little or should you cry a lot? (CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5 )1 AnswerAnswer the following in 80-100 words: CBSE-english-20161 AnswerWhy did the poet throw the log at the snake? CBSE-English-20141 AnswerWhat do the following words describe in the poem? joyful ____________________________________________ little ____________________________________________ round ____________________________________________ What are the describing words used in the poem for the following? __________________ mounds __________________ flavour __________________ cluster (CBSE ENGLISH CLASS 5)1 AnswerWhy did the poet go to the dentist? How could she have avoided it?English-CBSE-Class-9 NCERT Solutions1 Answer