Animals Class 10 English Important Notes

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

Class 10 English Important Notes Animals

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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 Animals Class 10 English Important Capsule Notes Solutions for your Exam Preparation in All Subjects, You can practice these here.



1. Who is the poet of the poem ‘‘Animals”?

(i) Leslie Norris

(ii) Robert Frost

(iii) Carolyn Wells

(iv) Walt Whitman 

Ans. (iv) Walt Whitman.

2. What is the meaning of ‘‘placid”?

(i) peaceful 

(ii) clumsy 

(iii) greedy 

(iv) jealousy 

Ans. (ii) Clumsy.

3. What is the meaning of “whine”? 

(i) a beverage 

(ii) cry

(iii) shout

(iv) None

Ans. (ii) cry.

4. What qualities have the humans given up?

(i) innocence

(ii) kindness  

(iii) truthfulness 

(iv) All of the above 

Ans. (iv) All of the above.

5. Why do humans lie awake in the dark?

(i) Do not feel sleepy

(ii) Do not feel tired 

(iii) Worried

(iv) Cry for their sins

Ans. (iv) Cry for their sins.

6. Who kneels to another?

(i) animal 

(ii) human 

(iii) bird 

(iv) the poet

Ans:- (ii) human.

1. Name the book where the poem “ Animals” has been extracted.

Ans:- The poem “ Animals” has been extracted from Walt Whitman’s ‘Song of myself’ in leaves of grass.

2. Name some qualities possessed by animals.

Ans:- Placidity, simplicity, self – contentment are some qualities possessed by animals.

3. Why does the poet want to ‘turn and live’ with animals? 

Ans:- The poet found that animals possess better qualities than man. They are peace–loving and self-contained. They do not complain about their condition and do not weep for their sins. They don’t hanker after wealth. So the poet wants to live with animals. 

4. How are animals different from man in relation to owning things?

Ans:- In the case of owning things animals are different from man. Man is greedy and madly hankers after wealth. But animals never do so. They are not interested in owning material things. 

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