A Dream Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share A Dream Questions & Answers.

This poem is written by Ghulam Mustafa Tabassum. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of As A Boy, Rajam and Mani and The Last Leaf so, you can check these posts as well.

A Dream Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • Stream – a small, narrow river
  • Justice – the fair treatment of all people
  • Firm – strongly fixed

Question 1: Choose the correct option.

1. The poet wants people’s heart to be

(a) opened.
(b) tightly closed.
(c) opened and closed alternately.

2. According to the poet, a person who is fair is as firm as a

(a) stone standing firm.
(b) green tree.
(c) brick wall.

3. The poet wishes that all people stay

(a) divided and peaceful.
(b) united and peaceful.
(c) isolated and self-dependent.

4. The synonym of intense dislike is

(a) love.
(b) hatred.
(c) peace.

Question 2: What does the poet want people to stop doing?

Answer: The poet wants people to stop fighting, stop having a feeling of hatred, to stop discriminating and want people to live together with peace and unity.

Question 3: Give an example of simile used in the poem.

Answer: Example of simile used in the poem is:

Open you hearts like a new flower.

Question 4: What does the poet mean by ‘We shall stay so always’?

Answer: The poet means that people from around the world should always live together in peace and harmony.

Question 5: What is the poet’s dream?

Answer: The poet’s dreams of a world where everyone lives together in peace and harmony.

Question 6: What does the poet mean when he says, ‘Open your hearts’?

Answer: When poet says ‘Open your hearts’ it means that people should be open to all ideas, beliefs and faith. He says that we should not have any bad feelings for people of other religion, country or creed. Like a new flower gives its fragrance to everyone, we should also be communicating with everyone.

Question 7: Explain the last stanza of the poem in your own words.

Answer: In the last stanza of the poem, the poet says that all the people of the world will always be treated in a fair manner.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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