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NCERT solutions for English - Honeysuckle Class 6 CBSE chapter 4 - Beauty [Latest edition]

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Chapter 4: Beauty

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Working With The Poem [Page 55]

NCERT solutions for English - Honeysuckle Class 6 CBSE Chapter 4 Beauty Working With The Poem [Page 55]

Working With The Poem | Q 1 | Page 55

The poet says, “Beauty is heard in …”
Can you hear beauty? Add a sound that you think is beautiful to the sounds the poet thinks are beautiful.
The poet, Keats, said:
Heard melodies are Sweet,
But those unheard are sweeter.
What do you think this means? Have you ever heard a song in your head, long after the song was sung or played?

Working With The Poem | Q 2 | Page 55

Read the first and second stanzas of the poem again. Note the following phrases.

Corn growing, people working or dancing, wind sighing, rain falling, a singer chanting

These could be written as

  • Corn that is growing

  • People who are working or dancing

Can you rewrite the other phrases like this? Why do you think the poet uses the shorter phrases?

Working With The Poem | Q 3 | Page 55

Find pictures of beautiful things you have seen or heard of.

Working With The Poem | Q 4 | Page 55

Write a paragraph about beauty. Use your own ideas along with the ideas in the poem. (You may discuss your ideas with your partner.)

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Extra Questions

NCERT solutions for English - Honeysuckle Class 6 CBSE Chapter 4 Beauty Extra Questions

Extra Questions | Q 1

What is beauty? Where can, in the poet’s opinion, beauty be seen, heard, and experienced?

Extra Questions | Q 2

Multiple Choice Question:

Where can we see beauty?

  • Sunlight

  • Trees

  • Birds

  • All of the above

Extra Questions | Q 3

Multiple Choice Question:

How do people become beautiful?

  • By decorating their houses

  • By wearing beautiful dress

  • By working in fields

  • By travelling to beautiful places

Extra Questions | Q 4

Multiple Choice Question:

What makes people dance in the fields?

  • Good harvest

  • Beautiful scenes

  • Beautiful birds

  • Fresh air

Extra Questions | Q 5

Multiple Choice Question:

Who is the poet of this poem?

  •  E-yeh-Shure

  • Harry Behn

  • Lorrain M. Halls

  • None of the above.

Extra Questions | Q 6

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the word harvest mean?

  • Hard work

  • Crop

  • Seed

  • Fertiliser

Extra Questions | Q 7

Multiple Choice Question:

When is beauty heard?

  • In morning

  • In evening

  • In night

  • All the time

Extra Questions | Q 8

Multiple Choice Question:

How are sounds produced?

  • By blowing winds and the falling raindrops

  • By children’s noise

  • By running vehicles on the road

  • By musical songs

Extra Questions | Q 9

Multiple Choice Question:

What effect does blowing of winds and falling of raindrops create?

  • Depressing

  • Musical

  • Soothing

  • Monotonous

Extra Questions | Q 10

Multiple Choice Question:

How can a singer create beauty?

  • With his melodious voice

  • With his stretch of breath

  • With his impressive personality

  • With his body language

Extra Questions | Q 11

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the phrase in earnest mean here?

  • Proudly

  • Happily

  • Sincerely

  • Affectionately

Extra Questions | Q 12

Multiple Choice Question:

Where does real beauty lie?

  • In our beautiful personality

  • In our noble actions and happy thoughts

  • In our singing

  • In our status in society

Extra Questions | Q 13

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the poet want to say through the poem?

  • Beauty can be seen, heard and practised

  • Beauty is something that can not be acquired

  • Beauty is something that makes our life soothing

  • One should not believe in beauty

Extra Questions | Q 14

Multiple Choice Question:

Which one of the following is not associated with the real beauty?

  •  Good deeds

  • Sweet ideas

  • Quarrelsome nature

  • Helping nature

Extra Questions | Q 15

Multiple Choice Question:

What does the phrase “repeat themselves’ mean here?

  • come again and again

  • Reflected or shown

  • Departed temporarily

  • None of the above

Extra Questions | Q 16

Multiple Choice Question:

Inner beauty of a person is shown in______

  • his/her actions and ideas

  • his/her dreams

  • his/her work

  • all of the above

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Chapter 4: Beauty

Working With The PoemExtra Questions
English - Honeysuckle Class 6 CBSE - Shaalaa.com

NCERT solutions for English - Honeysuckle Class 6 CBSE chapter 4 - Beauty

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