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
- 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?
ii. What does ‘nigh’ mean here?
iii. What will be the opposite of ‘nice’?
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.