Animals Question Answer SEBA HSLC Important Answer

Here we discuss the question answers to the Class 10 English Lesson “Animals Question Answer SEBA”. English questions and answers of Seba Board Class 10 are available here. This Animals Chapter HSLC english question answers of the previous year will give students a clear insight into the exam paper pattern and can focus only on important questions.

Animals Question Answer SEBA

Q. Mention three things that humans do and animals don’t?
Ans. The three things that humans do and animal don’t are mentioned below:
(i) Animals donot sweat and whine about their condition but the humans do.
(ii) Humans feel trouble to do their duties to God but animals don’t.
(iii) Humans weep for their sins but the animals don’t.

Q. What are the things that animals don’t do?
Ans. Animals are neither cruel nor selfish. They are self-contained. They donot feel trouble in doing duties to God. They donot want to keep anything for future use. They never complain about their conditions.

Q. What is the main theme of the poem ‘Animals’?
Ans. The main theme of the poem is that the animals are self contained and calm if compared to the life of humans.

Q: How do the animals act about their conditions, sins and God?

Ans: The true nature of living brings is still seen in animals. The animals do not cry taking their conditions. They do not lie awake in the dark. They neither weep for their sins nor complain of their unfavourable conditions like human beings. They even do not disturb the poet by discussing their duties about God.

Animals Question Answer SEBA

Q. Do humans kneel to other human beings who lived thousands years ago?
Ans. Yes, human beings kneel to other human beings who lived thousands of years ago. Today’s human beings remember and worship those human beings who passed away long ago during various rituals and ceremonies. They seek blessings from them.

Q. Why did the poet feel more at home with * animals than humans? (H.S.L.C.-15)
Ans. The poet feels more at home in living with animals than human beings because animals are happier and simpler than human beings. Animals are self-contained and calm. Animals don’t lie awake in dark and weep for their sins like humans. They do not sweat and whine about their conditions. According to the poet human beings are selfish and materialistic. So, the poet wants to live with the animals.

Q. Choose the meaning of the underlined words from the alternatives given in the brackets: (H.S.L.C.-16)
(i) They do not sweat and whine about their condition.
(sing loudly/complain in annoying condition/ cry in joy)
(ii) I wonder where they get those tokens.
(feel happy/ feel sorry/ feel very surprised)
Ans.(i) Complain in annoying condition.
(ii) feel very surprised.

Animals Question Answer SEBA

Q. Choose the meaning of the underlined words from the alternative given in the brackets: (H.S.L.C.-18)
(a) I think I could turn and live with the animals, they are so placid and self- contained. (angry/ calm and peaceful/harmful)
Ans: Calm and peaceful
(b) Not one is dissatisfied, not one is demented with the mania of owning things. (feeling unhappy/ feeling displeased/ behaving crazily and being upset)
Ans: behaving crazily and being upset.

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