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Question. The world may end either in fire or in –
Question. What would be a better option to end the earth?
c) both are equally competent
d) none of these
Question. What does violent desire refer to in this poem?
c) None of the above
d) both a and b
Question. _____ is the better option if the world had to perish.
Question. What is the Meaning of ‘desire’?
Question. The destruction procedure is slow through
Question. Both the elements mentioned in the poem have one similarly what is this similarity?
a) they both are very important
b) they both are friends to humans
c) they both can end the world
d) all of these
Question. What does the poet want to Convey through this poem?
a) We should not be greedy
b) all humans should check their desires and hatred
c) restrain our desires and love fellow beings
d) both a and c
Question. _____ is the better option to destroy the world.
Question. What has the poet tasted?
a) the poet has tasted the fruit juice
b) the poet has tasted the sadness
c) the poet has tasted the passion and pangs of love and desire
d) None of these
Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I’ve tasted of desire
I hold with those who favor fire.
But if it had to perish twice,
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.
i Choose the CORRECT statement about the given poem.
a) Fire and ice are images—they help the readers visualise the power of nature over man.
b) Fire and ice are symbols—not of natural disasters, but of humanity’s ability to create disasters of its own.
c) Fire and ice are elements—not of Nature but man-made and possess the ability to create havoc for mankind.
d) Fire and ice are agents—they change the thinking of mankind from negative to positive and bring harmony.
ii Select the option that correctly classifies the connotations for fire and ice, as suggested in the poem.
(1) rage (2) violence (3) indifference (4) hate (5) greed
a) Fire- 3,4; Ice- 1,2,5
b) Fire- 2, 5; Ice-1,3,4
c) Fire-1,3,5; Ice- 2, 4
d) Fire- 1,2,4; Ice- 3,5
iii The poem is a _, put across by the poet.
a) powerful warning
b) heart-felt apology
c) earnest appeal
d) vengeful threat
iv The poet uses the phrasal verb -hold with.
Choose the option that DOES NOT indicate a valid phrasal verb.
a) option 1
b) option 2
c) option 3
d) option 4
v Pick the option that is NOT TRUE about the poet according to the extract.
a) is inclined to believe that the world would most likely end with fire.
b) has heard divided opinions about the way the world would end in all likelihood.
c) preaches love and kindness to combat the spread of hate among all.
d) declares the power of ice to be as destructive as that of fire.
vi Extra Q: Identify the most likely tone of the poet in the lines-
‘To say that for destruction ice/Is also great’.
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