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ASSAM JATIYA VIDYALAYA
অসম জাতীয় বিদ্যালয়
1. The poet uses
কবিতাটোত কবিয়ে কিছুমান উক্তিৰে পাঠকক কিবা এটা বুজাবলৈ চেষ্টা কৰিছে।
A column ৰ উক্তিসমূহ B column ৰ লগত মিলোৱা—
|i) a proud man||stood with prestige|
|ii) his looks were cold||God given gift of sympathy|
|iii) stood erect||looked after me|
|iv) watched me||sympathy is Godly|
|v) heavenly sympathy||had an eye on the poet|
|He was bereft of human sympathy a naughty man.|
Ans. i) a proud man a naughty man.
ii) his looks were cold – he was bereft of human sympathy.
iii) stood erect – stood with prestige
iv) Watched me – looked after me
v) heavenly sympathy – sympathy is Godly.
2. Where was Charles Mackay born?
চাৰ্লচ মেকেৰ ক’ত জন্ম হৈছিল?
Ans: Charles Mackay was born in Perth, Scotland in 1814.
3. What did the proud man give the poet?
অহঙ্কাৰী মানুহজনে কবিক কি দিছিল?
Ans: The proud man gave gold to the poet in distress.
4. What did the poet do for the proud man when his sorrow was over?
কবিয়ে তেওঁৰ দুখ আতৰ হোৱাত অহঙ্কাৰী মানুহজনৰ বাবে কি কৰিলে?
Ans: The poet paid back the gold to the proud man when his sorrow was over.
5. ‘He watched me night and day.”
i) Who is the speaker here? ইয়াত কোনে কৈছে?
ii) Who is he referred to here? ইয়াত ‘he’ ৰে কাক বুজাইছে?
iii) Explain, what ‘he’ did for the speaker.
ইয়াত ‘he’ য়ে বক্তাৰ বাবে কি কৰিলে বুজাই লিখা।
Ans: i) The poet is the speaker here.
ii) The pronoun ‘he’ is referred to the poor man.
iii) The poor man finding the poet in grief and pain served him with love and care. He bound his head, fed him and looked after him the whole day.
6. What message does the poet conveys to the readers? Do you think that the poet conveys a right message? Give reasons.
পাঠকলৈ কবিয়ে কি বাৰ্তা দিছে? তুমি ভাবানে এইটো সঠিক বার্তা বুলি? কাৰণ দশোৱা৷
Ans: The message that the poet conveys is that love and sympathy are more valuable than gold. Yes, the poet conveys a right message because sympathy is godly and even gold cannot buy love and sympathy.
7. Write in your own words the central idea of the poem.
তোমাৰ নিজৰ ভাষাত কবিতাটোৰ মূলভাৱ লিখা।
Ans: The poet Charles Mackay in the poem ‘Sympathy’ has conveyed the message of universal human appeal. The value of human love and care with kindness is far more high than the worth of gold. Gold can only fulfil the material needs but sympathy gives relief to the mind and soul of a person in sorrow.
8. Find in the poem a word that rhymes with each of the following:
কবিতাৰ পৰা চন্দ মিলোৱা শব্দ লিখা―
Ans: word – Gold
me – charity
way – day
sympathy – me