CBSE Class 10th English

How to Tell Wild Animals

Thinking about the Poem

Question 1.Does ‘Dyin’ really rhyme with ‘lion’ ? Can you say it in such a way that it does?Answer:No, ‘Dyin’ does not rhyme with ‘lion’. If we change the pronunciation of lion by speaking it as ‘lying’ then it may rhyme with the word ‘dyin’.

Question 2.How does the poet suggest that you identify the lion and the tiger? When can you do so according to him?Answer:A lion is a large and tawny beast. A Bengal Tiger has black stripes on its yellow coat. A lion roars when it falls upon its prey, while a tiger attacks silently. We can identify the two while roaming in the jungle.

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