Dear March Come In Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Dear March Come In Questions & Answers.

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Dear March Come In Questions & Answers

Question 1: How did the poet feel about March?

Answer: The poet was very glad and excited to see that March is coming.

Question 2: How did the poet already know that March was coming?

Answer: The poet knew that March was coming as she got the letters and the birds sent by the March.

Question 3: Why could the poet not find the right purple to colour the hills?

Answer: The poet could not find the right purple to colour the hills because in last year, when March leaved, it took all the purple colour with it.

Question 4: Why was the poet annoyed with April?

Answer: The poet was annoyed with April because she does not want to let go the colourful and happy March.

Dear March Come In Questions & Answers

Question 5: What do the last four lines of the poem tell us about the poet’s frame of mind?

Answer: In the last four lines of the poem, the poet was eagerly trying to express her intense feelings about this season. Here, she was blaming ‘March’ for being late and also praising it to not go away very soon.

Question 6: Read the following line and answer the questions:

How out of breath you are!

(a) Why was the visitor out of breath?

Answer: The visitor must have had to walk a long distance and therefore was out of breath.

(b) What was the visitor wearing?

Answer: The visitor was wearing a hat.

(c) Which three questions did the speaker ask immediately after this?

Answer: The speaker enquired about March’s health and also of others and asked if he had left nature in good health.

(d) How did the arrival of the visitor make the speaker feel?

Answer: The speaker felt very happy and excited. She was eager to have a conversation with him.

Dear March Come In Questions & Answers

Question 7: Read the following lines and answer the questions:

Dear March, come in! How glad I am! I looked for you before.

(a) Who is ‘I’ in the above lines?

Answer: The poetess is ‘I’ in the above line.

(b) Whom is she inviting?

Answer: She is inviting March.

(c) Why is she looking for him?

Answer: She likes spring which comes in the month of March. So, she was looking for him.

(d) Why is she glad to invite him?

Answer: As she was waiting for him since long time and now, when she saw him she was glad and invited him inside her house.

Question 8: Read the following lines and answer the questions:

There was no purple suitable. You took it all with you.

(a) What does the poet mean by these lines?

Answer: The poet means that with March, the weather clears and the distant hills are no longer enveloped in clouds. They reflect the sunlight and look purple.

(b) Why was the poet looking for a suitable shade of purple?

Answer: The poet was looking for a suitable shade of purple to colour the hills.

(c) What happened immediately after this?

Answer: April comes to knock on the door and interrupts their conversation.

(d) Describe the mood of the poet expressed through these lines.

Answer: There is a sort of unhappiness expressed in these lines as well as very strong admiration for March.

So, these were Dear March Come In Questions & Answers.