CBSE Class 7 English Practice Worksheet - No Men Are Foreign - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1 CLASS VII ENGLISH
NO MEN ARE FOREIGN
Q1. Reference to Context -
a.) ‘Remember, they have eyes like ours that wake
Or sleep, and strength that can be won
By love. In every land is common life
That all can recognize and understand.’
(i) What is the poet trying to convey through the above stanza?
(ii) What does the poet mean by ‘strength that can be won by love?
b.) ‘Let us remember, whenever we are told
To hate our brothers, it is ourselves
That we shall dispossess, betray and condemn…’
(i) Who is being referred to as ‘brothers’ in the above lines?
(ii) How do we dispossess, betray and condemn ourselves?
(iii) Who tells ‘us’ to hate and when?
c.) ‘It is human earth that we defile
Our hells of fire and dust outrage the innocence
Of air, that is everywhere our own…..’
(i) How do we ‘defile’ earth?
(ii) What ‘hells of fire and dust’ are being referred to?
(iii) What does the poet mean by, ‘…. air that is everywhere our own’?
Q2. What message does the poet give through the poem? Discuss.
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