I Saw a New World Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share I Saw a New World Questions & Answers.

This poem is written by William Brighty Rands. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions & answers of The Olympics, The Four Puppets and Uncle Podger Hangs a Picture so, you can go through these posts as well.

I Saw a New World Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • Folks – people
  • Weary – tired
  • Nigh – near
  • Boom – sound loudly
  • Alike – same

Question 1: Write any three things the poet saw in his dream.

Answer: In his dream, the poet saw that all the people looked like the same, there was no child, no mother and nobody laughed or cried.

Question 2: In what type of world does the poet want to live?

Answer: The poet wants to live in a world where things can happen, clocks can strike and where none of the people are made alike.

Question 3: How did the poet feel when he came out of his dream?

Answer: When the poet came out of his dream, he felt so nice to be in a world where things can happen, clocks can strike and where none of the people are made alike.

Question 4: Tick the correct option:

i. ‘I’ refers to whom?

(a) child
(b) mother
(c) poet

ii. What does ‘nigh’ mean here?

(a) far
(b) near
(c) away

iii. What will be the opposite of ‘nice’?

(a) always
(b) nephew
(c) bad

Question 5: Read the following lines and answer the questions that follow: 

‘Nobody laughed, nobody wept;
None grew weary and so none slept;’

(a) Who are the ‘Nobody’ mentioned above?

Answer: ‘Nobody’ mentioned above are the people who the poet saw in his dream.

(b) Why did nobody sleep?

Answer: Nobody became tired, so nobody slept.

Question 6: Write a few pairs of rhyming words from the poem.

Answer: Mother-other, wept-slept, strike-alike, boom-room.

So, these were I Saw a New World Questions & Answers.