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Fog Class 10 English Questions and Answers | SEBA | HSLC

SEBA HSLC Fog Class 10 English Questions and Answers,Fog class 10 extra questions

Q. Choose the meaning of the underlined words from the alternatives given :
a. The fog comes ( kitten/very thick mist/dog)
Ans:- very thick mist.
b. On silent hunches (legs/knees/hands)
Ans:- knees
c. Over harbour and city (Station/parking place/port)
Ans:- port

Q. Fill the blanks with appropriate words from the alternatives given :

1. The fog is compared to .......(mouse/monkey/cat)
Ans:- cat
2. It ........ Looking over harbour and city (sits/moves/fals)
Ans:- sits

Q. Choose from the box given below, the worgs that rhyme with the following:
      feet, silent
(run, slow, violent, moves, seat, edge, city)
Ans:- feet — seat
          silent — violent

Q. Who is the poet of the poem ‘Fog”?
Ans:- Carl Sandburg is the poet of the poem 'Fog'.

Q. What does ‘it’ in the third line of the poem refer to?
Ans:- In the third line of the poem ‘it’ refers to the cat and the fog.

Q. Does the poet actually say that the fog is like a cat?
Ans:- The poet does not actually say that the fog is like a cat. He means it through a meta-phor.

Q. Does this poem have a rhyme scheme? Poetry that does not have an obvious rhythm or rhyme is called ‘free verse’.
Ans:- The poem 'Fog' does not have any rhyme scheme. It is a free verse.

Q: How is the fog like a cat ? What three things suggest it ?
Ans:- The fog is shown by the poet like a cat who is a living being. He does so through a metaphor. The fog becomes a cat then it assumes that structure. The fog looks over harbour and city. Thirdly, it moves like a cat.

Q. What does Sandburg (poet) think the fog is like?
Ans:- Carl Sandburg thinks that the fog
is like a little cat that comes creeping sits on its haunches and disappears suddenly.

Q. How does the fog come?
Ans:- The fog, according to the poet, comes silently and stealthily like a little cat.

 
Fog Class 10 extra Questions:

1. Give rhyming words of : fog. feet. harbour, silent, city, moves.
2. What does the poet think, fog ts like?
3. How does fog come?
4. How does the cat sit?
5. Who, the fog or the cat looks over the harbour and the city?

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