5th Class English Comprehension (Prose and Poetry) Question Bank

done Comprehension (Prose and Poetry)

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  • question_answer1)

    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Cricket and the Ants
    It was summer and the cricket sat on an ear of wheat happily singing and enjoying the sun.
    He felt extremely sorry for the ants, who worked ceaselessly looking for grains of wheat to take back to their store.
    Poor things, they really did not know-how to enjoy life.
    But soon the winter came and the thoughtless cricket had no food at all to eat.
    He would surely have died of hunger if it had not been for the generous ants who had given him some of their grain.
    "Think of keeping something for the rainy days."
    What was the cricket doing during the summer?

    A) He was sitting.

    B) He was singing and having fun.

    C) He felt sorry.

    D) None of the above.

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  • question_answer2)

    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Cricket and the Ants
    It was summer and the cricket sat on an ear of wheat happily singing and enjoying the sun.
    He felt extremely sorry for the ants, who worked ceaselessly looking for grains of wheat to take back to their store.
    Poor things, they really did not know-how to enjoy life.
    But soon the winter came and the thoughtless cricket had no food at all to eat.
    He would surely have died of hunger if it had not been for the generous ants who had given him some of their grain.
    "Think of keeping something for the rainy days."
    The cricket feel sorry for the ants because they were ____.

    A) working hard     

    B) networking

    C) looking at the wheat

    D) none of these

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  • question_answer3)

    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Cricket and the Ants
    It was summer and the cricket sat on an ear of wheat happily singing and enjoying the sun.
    He felt extremely sorry for the ants, who worked ceaselessly looking for grains of wheat to take back to their store.
    Poor things, they really did not know-how to enjoy life.
    But soon the winter came and the thoughtless cricket had no food at all to eat.
    He would surely have died of hunger if it had not been for the generous ants who had given him some of their grain.
    "Think of keeping something for the rainy days."
    What happened with the cricket in the winter?

    A) He died of hunger.

    B) He had no food to eat.

    C) He became thoughtless.

    D) None of the above.

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    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Cricket and the Ants
    It was summer and the cricket sat on an ear of wheat happily singing and enjoying the sun.
    He felt extremely sorry for the ants, who worked ceaselessly looking for grains of wheat to take back to their store.
    Poor things, they really did not know-how to enjoy life.
    But soon the winter came and the thoughtless cricket had no food at all to eat.
    He would surely have died of hunger if it had not been for the generous ants who had given him some of their grain.
    "Think of keeping something for the rainy days."
    How did the ants help the cricket?

    A) They gave him shelter.

    B) They gave him water.

    C) They gave him grains to eat.

    D) None of the above.

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  • question_answer5)

    Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow:
    The Cricket and the Ants
    It was summer and the cricket sat on an ear of wheat happily singing and enjoying the sun.
    He felt extremely sorry for the ants, who worked ceaselessly looking for grains of wheat to take back to their store.
    Poor things, they really did not know-how to enjoy life.
    But soon the winter came and the thoughtless cricket had no food at all to eat.
    He would surely have died of hunger if it had not been for the generous ants who had given him some of their grain.
    "Think of keeping something for the rainy days."
    What is the moral of the story?

    A) Wait for rainy season.

    B) Save for rainy days.

    C) Rainy days can come any day.

    D) None of the above.

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    The Frog and the Ox
    A frog decided to become as big as an ox.
    So it began to breathe in and in and every time it swallowed more air, it did in fact become bigger. But it soon began to tire of its efforts.
    'Am I big enough yet?' it asked hopefully to its many watching companions.
    Then they had another look at the ox and shook their heads, 'No, a bit more.'
    So the ambitious frog kept on puffing itself up and up...........until it burst like a balloon!
    "Do not make fool of yourself to make others merry."
    What did the frog decide to do?

    A) To fight an ox.

    B) To invite an ox.

    C) To become as big as an ox.

    D) None of the above.

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    The Frog and the Ox
    A frog decided to become as big as an ox.
    So it began to breathe in and in and every time it swallowed more air, it did in fact become bigger. But it soon began to tire of its efforts.
    'Am I big enough yet?' it asked hopefully to its many watching companions.
    Then they had another look at the ox and shook their heads, 'No, a bit more.'
    So the ambitious frog kept on puffing itself up and up...........until it burst like a balloon!
    "Do not make fool of yourself to make others merry."
    What did it do to become bigger?

    A) Started breathing in and in.

    B) Shook its head.

    C) Looked at the friends.

    D) Made others happy.

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  • question_answer8)

    The Frog and the Ox
    A frog decided to become as big as an ox.
    So it began to breathe in and in and every time it swallowed more air, it did in fact become bigger. But it soon began to tire of its efforts.
    'Am I big enough yet?' it asked hopefully to its many watching companions.
    Then they had another look at the ox and shook their heads, 'No, a bit more.'
    So the ambitious frog kept on puffing itself up and up...........until it burst like a balloon!
    "Do not make fool of yourself to make others merry."
    What did its companions say?

    A) They asked it to be a balloon.

    B) They asked the frog to puff more.

    C) They asked him to become an ox.

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer9)

    The Frog and the Ox
    A frog decided to become as big as an ox.
    So it began to breathe in and in and every time it swallowed more air, it did in fact become bigger. But it soon began to tire of its efforts.
    'Am I big enough yet?' it asked hopefully to its many watching companions.
    Then they had another look at the ox and shook their heads, 'No, a bit more.'
    So the ambitious frog kept on puffing itself up and up...........until it burst like a balloon!
    "Do not make fool of yourself to make others merry."
    What happened to the ambitious frog?

    A) He became an ox.

    B) He became a balloon.

    C) He died.

    D) He became merry.

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  • question_answer10)

    The Frog and the Ox
    A frog decided to become as big as an ox.
    So it began to breathe in and in and every time it swallowed more air, it did in fact become bigger. But it soon began to tire of its efforts.
    'Am I big enough yet?' it asked hopefully to its many watching companions.
    Then they had another look at the ox and shook their heads, 'No, a bit more.'
    So the ambitious frog kept on puffing itself up and up...........until it burst like a balloon!
    "Do not make fool of yourself to make others merry."
    What is the meaning of 'merry' in the passage?

    A) Sad                             

    B) Happy

    C) Angry

    D) Wedding

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  • question_answer11)

    The Lion and the Bull
    A Lion prowled about in a pasture where four bulls were grazing. He tried many times to capture them, but each time he failed. Whenever he came near, the four bulls turned and formed a ring, so that no matter which way the lion approached, he was met by their horns.
    One day, however, the bulls had a quarrel and would not speak to one another. Each went alone to a separate part of the pasture to graze. This was the moment the lion had been waiting for. One by one he attacked the bulls and made an end of them.
    Well-fed and contented, the lion thought, "Those beasts would still be grazing had they remembered:
    "United we stand; divided we fall."
    What did the lion try?

    A) To eat the grass.

    B) To capture the four bulls.

    C) To fight the bull.

    D) None of the above.

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    The Lion and the Bull
    A Lion prowled about in a pasture where four bulls were grazing. He tried many times to capture them, but each time he failed. Whenever he came near, the four bulls turned and formed a ring, so that no matter which way the lion approached, he was met by their horns.
    One day, however, the bulls had a quarrel and would not speak to one another. Each went alone to a separate part of the pasture to graze. This was the moment the lion had been waiting for. One by one he attacked the bulls and made an end of them.
    Well-fed and contented, the lion thought, "Those beasts would still be grazing had they remembered:
    "United we stand; divided we fall."
    The lion could not catch the bulls because the bulls _______.

    A) were united                  

    B) ran very fast

    C) were very brave

    D) none of the above

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    The Lion and the Bull
    A Lion prowled about in a pasture where four bulls were grazing. He tried many times to capture them, but each time he failed. Whenever he came near, the four bulls turned and formed a ring, so that no matter which way the lion approached, he was met by their horns.
    One day, however, the bulls had a quarrel and would not speak to one another. Each went alone to a separate part of the pasture to graze. This was the moment the lion had been waiting for. One by one he attacked the bulls and made an end of them.
    Well-fed and contented, the lion thought, "Those beasts would still be grazing had they remembered:
    "United we stand; divided we fall."
    One day, all the bulls went in different directions because ______.

    A) they wanted to see new pastures

    B) they wanted to search green grass

    C) they had a quarrel

    D) all of the above

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    The Lion and the Bull
    A Lion prowled about in a pasture where four bulls were grazing. He tried many times to capture them, but each time he failed. Whenever he came near, the four bulls turned and formed a ring, so that no matter which way the lion approached, he was met by their horns.
    One day, however, the bulls had a quarrel and would not speak to one another. Each went alone to a separate part of the pasture to graze. This was the moment the lion had been waiting for. One by one he attacked the bulls and made an end of them.
    Well-fed and contented, the lion thought, "Those beasts would still be grazing had they remembered:
    ?United we stand; divided we fall.?
    The lion killed all the bulls when they were ______.

    A) united

    B) alone

    C) grazing

    D) running

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  • question_answer15)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) carefully                      

    B) slowly

    C) gently             

    D) violently

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  • question_answer16)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) carelessly                     

    B) harshly

    C) strongly           

    D) calmly

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  • question_answer17)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) flings                           

    B) upsets

    C) topples           

    D) removes

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  • question_answer18)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) tearing             

    B) splitting

    C) crushing          

    D) removing

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  • question_answer19)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) destruction                   

    B) disturbance

    C) rain                 

    D) storm

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  • question_answer20)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) throws             

    B) damages

    C) crushes            

    D) breaks

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  • question_answer21)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) stamina          

    B) strength

    C) energy             

    D) boost

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  • question_answer22)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) harm               

    B) endanger

    C) kill                              

    D) destroy

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  • question_answer23)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) strong              

    B) fat

    C) large                

    D) big

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  • question_answer24)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) comrade                      

    B) man

    C) soldier             

    D) owl

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  • question_answer25)

    Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    Wind
    Wind, come softly.
    Don't break the shutters of the windows.
    Don't scatter the papers.
    Don't throw down the books on the shelf,
    There, look what you did - you threw them all down.
    You tore the pages of the books.
    You brought rain again,
    You're very clever at poking fun at weaklings.
    Frail crumbling houses, crumbling doors, crumbling rafters, crumbling wood, crumbling bodies, crumbling lives, crumbling hearts the wind god winnows and crushes them all
    He won't do what you tell him.
    So, come, let's build strong homes,
    Let's join the doors firmly.
    Practise to firm the body
    Make the heart steadfast.
    Do this, and the wind will be friends with us.
    The wind blows out weak fires.
    He makes strong fires roar and flourish.
    His friendship is good.
    We praise him every day.
    Wind, come softly
    -Subramania Bharati
    Complete the summary of the poem by picking the right option:
    The poet urges the wind to blow __15__ because when it blows __16__, it breaks the shutters of the windows, __17__ the paper here and there and throws books down the shelf __18__ their pages in the process. The poet chastises the wind for bringing in __19__. The wind __20__ and destroys the weak but gives __21__to the strong. The wind will not be able to __22__. As if we make our bodies __23__ and heart steadfast. Instead, like a __24__ it will help us to be strong and determined. We will flourish in __25__.
     

    A) life                              

    B) world

    C) praise              

    D) frail

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