Dust Of Snow Poem Quiz For 10th Grade Students

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There are millions of poems that we go through in our lives with and can relate to ourselves. Probably, some poems in our different grades have also been the same way. We know that we all go through the crossroads and challenges of life and see how our life goes with it and how we deal with it. One such poem explaining the same concept and theme is Dust of Snow, which we all must have read in our grade 10. The poem encounters to look for big things in life with small events in them. But do you think you know all about the novel? There is a lot about this poem you must! Try out and guess your answers in this Dust of snow poem quiz for 10th-grade students!!

Questions Excerpt

1. Who wrote the poem?

A. David Robert

B. Starlin Swarts

C. Ruskin Bond

D. Robert Frost

2. What does the author call the particles of snow?

A. Environment

B. Cloud

C. Dust

D. None of the above

3. Who shook down the hemlock tree?

A. Mynah

B. Crow

C. Parrot

D. Pigeon

4. Which tree did the crow shake?

A. Hemlock

B. Banyan

C. Oak

D. Mango

5. What fell on the poet?

A. Dusk of oak

B. Dust of cuckoo

C. Dust of rain

D. Dust of snow

6. In what mood was the poet earlier?

A. Excited

B. Happy

C. Sad

D. Shocked

7. What was the effect of the fall of the dust of snow on the poet?

A. His luck changed

B. His mood changed

C. His clothes changed

D. His life changed

8. What was saved for the poet?

A. Some part of the day

B. Crow

C. Snow

D. Tree

9. What had given the poet 'a change of mood'?

A. Falling of dust on snow

B. Falling of dust of tree

C. Falling of dust of crow

D. All of the above

10. What do the 'crow' and 'hemlock' symbolize?

A. Cuckoo-Joy-Hemlock-Shock

B. Crow-Joy-Hemlock-Happiness

C. Crow-Sad-Hemlock-Sorrow

D. Crow-Joy-Hemlock-Sorrow

11. A crow is generally considered as?

A. Sign of good luck

B. Sign of happiness

C. Sign of bad luck

D. Sign of wealth

12. The Hemlock tree is a _____?

A. Holy Plant

B. Poisnous Plant

C. Medicine Plant

D. Rare lant

13. The poem is set on a_____?

A. Cold Wintry Day

B. Hot Summer Day

C. Spring

D. None of the above


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