Amanda Class 10 English Important Notes

Amanda Class 10 English Important Notes to each chapter are provided in the list so that you can easily browse through different chapters Amanda Class 10 English NCERT Important Notes and select need one.

Class 10 English Important Notes Amanda

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Also, you can read the SCERT book online in these sections Solutions by Expert Teachers as per SCERT (CBSE) Book guidelines. These solutions are part of SCERT All Subject Solutions. Here we have given Amanda Class 10 English Important Capsule Notes Solutions for your Exam Preparation in All Subjects, You can practice these here.



1. Amanda is told not to eat ………

(i) sweets

(ii) bananas

(iii) chocolates

(iv) almonds

Ans:- (iii) Chocolate

2. ____Writes the poem Amanda.

(i) Bsor Ester 

(ii) Robin Klein 

(iii) Robert 

(iv) None of above 

Ans. (ii) Robin Klein

3. Life in a tower is tranquil and rare.

(i) clam

(ii) quickly 

(iii) moving

(iv) happening

Ans:- (i) clam.

4. A mermaid, drifting blissfully …….. 

(i) Moving quickly 

(ii) Moving slowly 

(iii) jumping 

(iv) sitting

Ans:- (ii) Moving slowly.

5. Stop that slouching ……

(i) bend backward 

(ii) sitting in a lazy way

(iii) bend forward 

(iv) jumping

Ans:- (ii) sitting in a lazy way

6. …… Languid emerald sea…

(i) anger

(ii) happiness 

(iii) relaxed 

(iv) excited

Ans:- (iii) relaxed.

1. How old is Amanda?

Ans:- Amanda is a school-going teenager.

2. What is Amanda to remember?

Ans:- Amanda was asked to remember her acne.

3. Who was Amanda?

Ans:- Amanda was a school-going teenager. She was a very imaginative girl.

4. How does Amanda describe her life? 

Ans: Amanda says that she is an orphan. She wanders about the streets. She makes designs on soft dust with her bare feet. To her, silence is golden and freedom is sweet. 

5. Give the central idea of the poem. 

Ans: Every child feels that his or her freedom is curtailed by their parents. Parents want to modify their children’s behavior and children feel that they are debarred from enjoying their freedom. In such a situation, children don’t like to abide by the commands of their parents.

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