Class 9 English Poem Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken

Class 9 English Poem Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken, NCERT/SCERT Class 9 English Poem Question Answer to each chapter is provided in the list of SEBA ইংৰাজী Class 9 Question Answer so that you can easily browse through different chapters and select needs one. Class 9 English Beehive Poem Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken Question Answer can be of great value to excel in the examination.

Class 9 English Poem Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken

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SEBA Class 9 English Poem Chapter 1 The Road Not Taken Notes covers all the exercise questions in Assam Board SEBA Textbooks. The provided here ensures a smooth and easy understanding of all the concepts. Understand the concepts behind every chapter and score well in the board exams.

The Road Not Taken

Chapter – 1



Thinking about the text:

Q.1. Where does the traveller find himself? What problem does he face?

Ans. The traveller finds himself on a point where two roads pass in different directions. It is difficult to decide as to which road he should follow. Ultimately he chooses the less travelled road. 

Q.2. Discuss what these phrases mean to you:

(i) a yellow wood.

Ans. A yellow wood means that the poet would see wood in the autumn seasons. The leaves of the tree had turned yellow.

(ii) it was grassy and I wanted to wear.

Ans. The other road was not used so much as the first one because there was abundant grass on it. Thus roads needed to be used so that the grass might cut. 

(iii) the passing there.

Ans. The passing there means walking on the road.

(iv) leaves no step had trodden black.

Ans. Leaves no step had trodden black means that the leaves had turned black. The leaves had not been crushed under the feet of travellers. 

(v) how way leads on to way.

Ans. It means how one road leads to another.

Q.3. Is there any difference between the two roads as the poet describes them?

(i) in stanzas two and three?

Ans. In stanzas two and three:- There is a lot of difference between the two roads. The poet describes in stanzas two and three that the grass has grown there. None has travelled so far. 

(ii) in the last two lines of the poem?

Ans:- In the last two lines of the poem:- The last two lines of the poem states that the poem took the less travelled road. He regretted his choice in the end.

Q.4. What do you think the last two lines of the poem mean? (Looking back, does the poet regret his choice or accept it?)

Ans. Here the poem made a different choice. He chose the road that was used by the people. This choice brought a change in his life.

In reality the poet regretted his choice. It is because he leaves the first road for another day. He loses an opportunity that stands before him them and there.

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