7th Std English Book Back Answers Term II Unit 2: Wandering Singers
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7th English Book Back Answer
Poem – Term 2
Unit – 2 Wandering Singers
A. Read the poem aloud in groups.
B. Pick out the rhyming pairs from the poem and fill in the table.
C. Read these lines and answer the questions given below.
1. Where the voice of the wind calls our wandering feet Whose ‘Wandering feet’ is referred to here?
The feet of the wandering singers are referred to here.
2. With lutes in our hands ever-singing, we roam,
All men are our kindred, the world is our home.
(a) Who does ‘we’ refer to? What do they have in their hands? What is its name?
‘We’ refers to the wandering singers. They have a musical instrument in their hands. Its name is ‘lute’.
(b) How are the men in the world related to the singers?
All the men in the world are considered to be relatives by the singers.
3. Our lays are of cities whose lustre is shed,
Here ‘Lays’ means ________
(a) lying down
(c) to keep
4. The laughter and beauty of women long dead
Explain the meaning of the above line.
The wandering singers sing about old kings and old cities. These kings and their people are dead now. The women were dead now. Their laughter and beauty are dead.
D. Answer in a paragraph.
1. What does Sarojini Naidu say about the Wandering Singers? Write in your own words. (in about 60 words)
The wandering singers are in a group. They are poor and homeless. They do not stay in a particular place. They wander from place to place singing songs. In their songs, they tell stories about old wars, old kings, and old cities. They say that they have no hope or dreams. They see no love or joy.
E. Think and answer.
1. Are the singers homeless travellers? Why do you think so?
Yes, they are homeless travellers because they wander from town to town and from village to village to spread the message of love through their singing.
2. Do the singers have hopes and dreams? if not, why?
The wandering singers have no dreams or hopes of their own. They go wherever the wind calls them.
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