FABLE—ENGLISH NOTES WBBSE MADHYAMIK CLASS 10

SOLVED QUESTIONS & ANSWERS OF FABLE|MADHYAMIK ENGLISH NOTES

1 MARKS QUESTIONS OF FABLE

Q. There was a quarrel between the squirrel and the cat.
Ans. False.

Supporting statement: There was an argument between the squirrel and the hill.

Q. The hill is large but not as active and outgoing as the squirrel.
Ans. True.

Supporting statement: and full of spry.

Q. The hill can easily split a nut.
Ans. False.

Supporting statement: Cannot you splitting nuts.

Q. Hills and squirrels had different qualities.
Ans. True.

Supporting statement: Unique qualities; everything is good, wisely set.

Q. As claimed by squirrel, Different weather conditions are created in a year.
Ans. True.

Supporting statement: But everything and the weather are chaotic/Should be taken together/ to mass a whole year/and a ring.

Q. Everyone has their own qualities.
Ans. True.

Supporting statement: Unique qualities; everything is good, wisely set.

Q. “and the mountain called the later- ‘little prig’.”
Ans. True.

Supporting statement: and the superior mentioned the last-little prig.

Q. Mountain squirrels both spray.
Ans. False.

Supporting statement: and full of spry.

FABLE—ENGLISH NOTES WBBSE

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS – 1 MARKS OF FABLE

Q. Who wrote the poem ‘Fable’?
A) Ralph Waldo Emerson.
B) Ralph Walde Emerson.
C) Ralph Woldo Emerson.
D) Ralph Waldu Emerson.

Q. There was a quarrel between the hill and the-
A) Kitten.
B) Bird.
C) Cat.
D) Squirrel.

Q. The phrase refers to ‘all kinds of things’-
A) Living creatures.
B) Human entity.
C) Non-organic things.
D) Both living and no living things.

Q. ‘Sphere’ the term refers to-
A) A round shape.
B) A soccer.
C) The earth.
B) the sun beams.

Q. Metaphorically represents the squirrel-
A) The aristocratic people.
B) The oppressed people.
C) The upper middle-class people.
D) The majesty.

Q. Bun’ in the essence of the poetry specifies-
A) The name of the Squirrel.
B) The name of the rhymer.
C) Bread’s name.
D) Hill’s name.

Q. behalf the word ‘spry’ in the ‘fable’ is-
A) Half-life to the fullest.
B) Extremely justified.
C) Full of life and energy.
D) Nature is full of love.

Q. The squirrel was-
A) Acknowledged that the mountain was big.
B) Suspected that the hill was quite large.
C) Quarrelled over the size of the hill.
D) Suddenly thought that the hill has become bigger.

Q. In poetry the words ‘Fable’ and ‘I’ are meant-
A) Ralph Woldo Emerson.
B) The hill.
C) A circle.
D) The squirrel.

Q. ‘Fable’ is one type of-
A) Constitutional story.
B) Moral story.
C) Horror story.
D) Theological story.

FABLE—ENGLISH NOTES WBBSE

SHORT QUESTIONS – 2-3 MARKS OF FABLE

Q. What is the main principle of the poem ‘Fable’?
Ans. The basic principle of poetry is that no object in the world is worthless. Everyone has different qualities and there is enough intelligence allocated for everyone. So, there is no shame in revealing your own characteristics.

Q. What is meant by ‘fable’?
Ans. Here ‘Fable’ means folk lore, a poetry fable which teaches something. In Fable, human characteristics and attributes are imposed on any animal or object. This poem teaches ethics about fighting between squirrels and mountains.

Q. What qualities does the squirrel think the mountain has?
Ans. The mountain is undoubtedly much larger and he has the ability to carry everything at once for a year. It can make beautiful roads for squirrels. Carries a huge forest on its back. Even so, he doesn’t have to move and can’t break nuts.

Q. What does the poet mean by the word ‘prig’?
Ans. The poet means by the word ‘prig’ refers to a person who is in the right position in principle.

Q. What do we learn from this poem ‘Fable’?
Ans. This poem teaches us that the characteristics of all persons or objects, small or large, are unique.