Hi Everyone!! This article will share My Tree Questions & Answers.
This poem is written by Garnet Engle. In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Downhill On A Bicycle, King and The Parrot and The Brave Little Kite so, you can check these posts as well.
My Tree Questions & Answers
- Stout – thick and firm
- Beneath – under
- Secret – hidden
- Dear – loving
Question 1: Read the lines and answer the questions:
‘O tree, so big and stout and strong,
You’ve lived so very, very long;
A hundred years or more, I’m told
And yet you’re not so very old.’
1. What does these lines mean? [Choose the best option.]
(a) The tree has already lived for a very long time and still it can live many more years.
(b) The tree is not as old as it looks.
2. ‘I’ll find the same dear friendly tree.’ It means (Choose the best option.)
(a) the tree will remain the same even after many years
(b) the tree and the poet will always be friends
Question 2: The tree has a very special place in the lives of birds. Do you agree? Why/Why not?
Answer: Yes, I agree that trees have a very special place in the lives of birds as they build their nests on them.
Question 3: Find the rhyming words from the poem for the ones given below.
- Long – strong
- Old – told
- Well – tell
- Shade – played
- Tree – be
Question 4: Trees are very useful to us. How are they useful?
Answer: The trees are useful in the following ways:
- We get oxygen from trees.
- We get medicines that cure us when we are ill.
- We get fruits from trees.
- We get paper from trees that is used to write.
So, these were the Questions & Answers.