Class 10 English Chapter 3 Fire and Ice

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Class 10 English Chapter 3 Fire and Ice The answer to each chapter is provided in the list so that you can easily browse throughout different chapters NCERT Class 10th English Chapter 3 Fire and Ice and select need one.

Class 10 English Chapter 3 Fire and Ice

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 Assam Board Class 10 English Chapter 3th Fire and Ice Solutions for All Subjects, You can practice these here…

Fire and Ice

Chapter – 3



Thinking about the poem :

1. There are many ideas about how the world will end ‘. Do you think the world will end some day? Have you ever thought what would happen if the sun got so hot that it ‘burst’, or grew colder and colder? 

Ans: I don’t think that the world will end someday. If the sun get hot that it ‘burst’s the world will certainly be destroyed. If the sun becomes colder and colder than life will be impossible and it will come to an end. 

2. For Forest, what do ‘fire’ and ‘ice’ stand for?  Here are some ideas:

Greed           avarice          cruelty             lust     

conflict          fury               intolerance      rigidity       

insensitivity  coldness        indifference     hatred

Ans: ‘Fire’  and ‘ice’ stand for the following ideas:

Fire  → greed, avarice, cruelty, lust, conflict, fury, intolerance, hatred. 

Ice → rigidity, insensitivity, coldness, indifference. 

3. What is the rhyme scheme of the poem? How does it help in bringing out the contrasting ideas in the poem? 

Ans: The rhyme scheme of the poem is : a, b, aa;

1.A Letter to God
Dust of Snow
Fire and Ice
2.Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
A Tiger in the Zoo
3.Two Stories About Flying
I.His First Flight
II.The Black Aeroplane
How to Tell Wild Animals
The Ball Poem
4.From the Diary of Anne Frank
5.The Hundred Dresses – I
6.The Hundred Dresses – II
7.Glimpses of India
I.A Baker from Goa
III.Tea from Assam
The Trees
8.Mijbil the Otter
9.Madam Rides the Bus
The Tale of Custard the Dragon
10.The Sermon at Benares
For Anne Gregory
11.The Proposal

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