Today we are going to tell you about some important extract of class – 10 EM . M.P.Board Extract & more……..
Some important Extract
Q.1. Read the Stanza and answer the following Questions
May that which Guides men like a good Charioteer
Who Controls fleet- footed horses with the reins,
That which abides in the heart, most swift and active,
May that my Mind resolve on what is good.
Q.1. Name the poem.
Ans. The Name of the Poem is ‘Good Will’.
Q.2.What does a good charioteer do?
Ans. A Good charioteer controls fleet footed horses.
Q.3.What does the poet wish for?
Ans. The Poet wishes that his mind may resolve on what is good.
Q.4.What is the rhyme scheme of the above stanza?
Ans. the rhyme scheme of the above stanza is a, b, c, d,
Q.5. The Word used for ‘a long narrow band usually of leather by which a horse is controlled in the extract is :
(1) abide (2) fleet (3) reins (4) charioteer
Ans. (3) reins
Q.6. In what sense is the word ‘Mind’ used in this poem .
(1) intellect (2)swift (3)inner sense (Conscience) (4) active
Ans. (3)inner sense (Conscience)
4.To the Cuckoo
Q.2. Read the Extract and answer the following questions –
While I am lying on the grass
Thy twofold shout I hear ;
From hill to hill it seems to pass
At once far off and near.
Q.1 . who does ‘I’ stand for in the above stanza?
Ans. ‘I’ here stands for the poet, Wordsworth.
Q.2. Where is he Lying ?
Ans. He is lying on the grass.
Q.3. What seems to pass from hill to hill?
Ans. The Cuckoo’s twofold shout seems to pass from hill to hill.
Q.4. Give the rhyme scheme of the stanza.
Ans. A b a b.
Q.3. Read the Extract and answer the following questions –
To seek thee did I often rove
Through woods and on the green ;
And thou wert still a hope , a love;
Still longed for, never seen.
Q.1. Who does ‘thee’ refer to in the above stanza?
Ans. ‘Thee’ here refers to ‘the cuckoo’.
Q.2. Where does the poet rove?
Ans. The Poet Rove through woods and on the grass.
Q.3. Explain : ‘Thou wert still a hope’.
Ans. ‘Thou wert still a hope ‘ means that the poet failed to see the cuckoo whom he longed to see.
Q.4.Read the stanza and answer the following questions-
In behalf of the Nose, it will quickly appear,
And your lordship ; he said will undoubtedly find
That the nose has had spectacles always in wear ,
Which amounts to possession time out of mind.
Q.1. Write the Name of the poem .
Ans. The name of the poem is ‘Report of an adjudged Case’.
Q.2. Who Spoke in behalf of the Nose?
Ans. To tongue spoke in behalf of the Nose.
Q.3.How did he address the judge ?
Ans. He addressed the judge as ‘Your Lordship’.
Q.4.Give the rhyme schme of the stanza.
Ans. a b a b.
Q.5.Who is ‘he’ in above extract ?
(1) Eyes (2) Ears (3) Nose (4) Tongue
Ans. (4) Tongue
Q.6. To Whom is ‘he’ addressing in the extract ?
(1) Eyes (2) Ears (3) Nose (4) Tongue
Ans. (2) Ears
Q.7. In whose favour is the argument given by ‘he’ ? what is he argument ?
Ans. The argument is given in favour of the Nose . The argument is that the Nose always wears the spectacles and hence. It is always in possession of them.
Q.5. Read the stanza and answer the following questions-
Then shifting has side (as a lawyer knows how).
He pleaded again in behalf of the eyes,
But what were his arguments few people know,
For the court did not think they were equally wise .
Q.1. Write the name of the poet of this stanza.
Ans. William Cowper is the poet of this stanza.
Q.2. What do the lawyer know best?
Ans. The Lawyers know how to shift their sides.
Q.3. In whose behalf did the lawyer plead again?
Ans. The lawyer pleaded again in behalf of the Eyes.
Q.4. What did the court think about his arguments ?
Ans. The court thought that the lawyer’s arguments were not equally wise.
Q.6. Read the stanza and answer the following questions-
Between Nose and Eyes a strange contest arose,
The spectacles set them unhappily wrong;
The point in dispute was as all the world knows,
To which the said spectacles ought to belong.
(a) The Dispute was between :
(i) Ear and Eyes (ii) Eyes and Tongue
(iii) Nose and Ear (iv) Nose and Eyes
Ans. (iv) Nose and Eyes
(b) The object due to which the dispute arose was :
(i) Trousers (ii) Spectacles (iii) Scissors (iv) Shirt
Ans. (ii) Spectacles
(c) What was the point of dispute ?
Ans. The point of dispute between the nose and eyes was that to whom of the two , the spectacles belonged.