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Niketan Class 7 English Chapter 9 The Miller of the Dee
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The Miller of the Dee
Chapter – 9
SHANKARDEV SISHU VIDYA NIKETAN
TEXTUAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Word Note :-
Miller – মিলৰ মালিক।
Hale – বলী আৰু স্বাস্থ্যবান।
Morn – ৰাতিপুৱা।
Blithe – সুখী।
Cheerful – প্ৰফুল্ল, আনন্দিত।
Task – ৰং ধেমালি।
Burden – গীতৰ দোহা বা অন্তৰা, মূল কথা।
Thou’rt – তুমি, তোমালোক।
Thine – আনন্দেৰে।
Earn – উপাৰ্জন কৰা
Mealy – ময়দাৰে আগুৰি ধৰা।
Fee – মাননি।
Q.1. What did the miller say to others ?
Tick the answer :
(a) Nobody loves me.
(b) Everybody envies me.
(c) Nobody envies me.
Ans :- (c) Nobody envies me.
Q.2. How many times is the word ‘wrong’ used ? What is the opposite word ?
Ans :- The word ‘wrong’ is used three times in the poem. The opposite word of ‘wrong’ is right.
Q.3. How did the miller work ?
Ans :- Miller worked and sang from morning till night.
Q.4. Why did say he was happy in the 1st stanza ?
Ans :- He said in the 1st stanza that he was happy because he worked and sang from morning to night. The meaning of the song was that he envies nobody and nobody also envies him.
Q.5. King Hal wanted to change positions with the Miller. Why ?
Ans :- King Hall wanted to change positions with the Miller because he wanted his heart to be light as the Miller’s. The king would sing loud and free when he is sad and this he believes would certainly lighten his heart.
Q.6. I own no penny I cannot pay. What does the Miller mean here ?
Ans :- Through this line the Miller means that he owes no penny as he cannot pay this. He loves his wife, friend and children. He thanks, the river ‘Dee’ as turns the mill to grind the corn and feeds his loved ones.
Q.7. What did the king want to exchange with the miller ?
Ans :- The king wanted to exchange his crown with the miller’s cap. The king said the miller’s cap is as valuable as the crown.
Q.8. The Mill in the poem is powered by the waters of the River Dee. What are the other mills powered by other sources ?
Wind Mill –
Saw Mill –
Jute Mill –
Oil Mills –
Wind Mill – Wind.
Saw Mill – Electricity, generator.
Jute Mill – Electricity.
Oil Mills – Generator.
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