Monday, September 21, 2009

From a Railway Carriage (Solved Excercises of the Book)

B. Exercise

Q.1: What does the poet see from a railway carriage?

Ans: From a railway carriage the poet sees many things. He sees bridges, houses, hedges and ditches. He sees common grassy lands where horses and cattle were grazing. He sees a child climbing a steepy land and collecting black berries. He also sees a homeless person watching train with amazement. He sees ladies making garlands of daisies in a field. He also sees a loaded cart, a mill and a river.

Q.2: What pleasure does railway journey gives to the poet?

Ans: They railway journey gives the poet pleasure of fast travelling. He also gets pleasure of watching various natural scenes.

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