Look them over, the wise and great,
They take their food from a common plate
And similar knives and forks they use,
With similar laces, they tie their shoes,
The world considers them brave and smart.
But you’ve all they had when they made their start.
Q1: What did the poet want to say in the 1st line?
Ans: The poet warned the young lad to work hard for his bright future.
Q2: Who has been addressed in this stanza?
Ans: The poet has addressed his young lad (boy) in this stanza.
Q3: What equipment the greatest men have?
Ans: The greatest men have this…
Poem 2 in spite of war English class 10 notes stanza comprehension, Stanza 1 to stanza 7 answer the following question, Stanza 1, stanza2, stanza 3, stanza 4, stanza 5, stanza 6, stanza, in spite of war poem theme, SparkNotes, and tone of the poem in spite of war.
In spite of war, in spite of death,
In spite of all man’s sufferings,
Something within me laughs and sings
And I must praise with all my breath.
What does war bring?War brings death and destruction to the peoples and animals.Which thing laughs and sings in the poetess’s soul?“Hope”…
Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That cannot fly.
Dreams Langston Hughes Stanza 1
Why did the poet advise to hold fast to dreams?The poet advised us to hold fast to dreams because dreams are very important for a happy and successful life.What will happen if dreams go?When dreams go away, life will be a barren field frozen with snow.What cannot fly in the air?Ans: A broken-winged bird cannot fly in the air.Which technique is used by the poet in this stanza?The poet used the technique of Personification. He Personified Dream…
Class 10 English Notes
They have cut down the pines where they stood;
The wind will miss them — — — the rain,
When its silver blind is down.
They have stripped the bark from the wood —
The pine trees have been cut down by the people. The wind and heavy rain will feel their absence. The outer covering of the trees has also been removed from them.
They needy boughs, and the brown
Knobby nuts trod into the ground.
The kind and friendly trees,
Where all day small winds sound,
Figure it out for yourself, my lad,
You’ve all that the greatest of men have had,
Two arms, two hands, two legs, two eyes,
And a brain to use if you would be wise.
With this equipment, they all began,
So start for the top and say “I can”.
My lad! Think over this reality that God has gifted you with all the capabilities which he has given to the greatest men in the world. Just like them, you have two arms, two hands, two legs, two eyes, and a brain. All the great men started their…
Angela Morgan lived during both world wars. In this poem, Morgan shares that despite a devastating war, everything in nature continues as if nothing is happening. The same can be said of our lives. Life goes on as long as horrible things happen, so this poem encourages us to look at the beauty around us instead of focusing on the negative aspects of our lives.
Unit 15 Poem OPPORTUNITY Walter Malone Class 10 English Notes up to date.
A. Answer the following questions.
Q1: Who is the speaker of the poem?
Ans: Opportunity is the speaker of the poem.
Q2: It is a commonly held belief that opportunity knocks once at the door, but this belief is rejected outright by opportunity herself. Why?
Ans: Opportunity knocks once at the door; but this belief is rejected by opportunity herself and says that she comes at the door each day and gives the man a chance of waking, rising, and fighting for getting a successful life.
Unit 14 THE MODEL MILLIONAIRE Class 10 Notes
Unit 14 THE MODEL MILLIONAIRE Class 10 English Notes #14 Hughes looked amazing with his crisp brown hair, his clean-cut profile, and his brown eyes. He was as famous among men as he was with women, and had every deed except to make money. He had tried everything. But he made nothing, a delightful, ineffective young man and a perfect profile and no profession.
Hughes wanted to marry Laura Merton, the daughter of a retired colonel. The colonel was very fond of Hogi but he did not hear of any engagement. “Come…
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