NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Poem The Shed

Students those who are searching NCERT Solutions for Class 7 English Poem The Shed can refer to this article. This chapter contains many questions that are important for exams. Here we have provided answers to all these questions with a detailed explanation that help students to complete their assignments and homework.

Class 7 English Poem The Shed NCERT Questions and Answers

Working with the Poem

Question 1. Answer the following questions.

(i) Who is the speaker in the poem?

Answer: The speaker of the poem is poet Frank Flynn when he was a small boy.

(ii) Is she/he afraid or curious, or both?

Answer: She/ He was curious not afraid as she/he always peep through that window and ready to take a peek one day.

(iii) What is she/he planning to do soon?

Answer: She/he is planning to go inside the shed soon.

(iv) “But not just yet…” suggests doubt, fear, hesitation, laziness or something else. Choose the word which seems right to you. Tell others why you chose it.

Answer: “But not just yet…” suggests the hesitation of the poet from going inside that shed. Though he was confident that there were no ghosts but still he was hesitated to go inside and thought that soon he will go inside the shed but not now.

Question 2. Is there a room in your house or a house in your neighbourhood/locality where you would rather not go alone, and never at night? If there is such a place and a story to go with it, let others hear all about it.

Answer:  There is a store room in my house which is in the backyard of the house. It is a little away from the main structure. It is full of odd objects and not even lit properly. Thus, going to the store room, at night, calls for a lot of courage. My mother once asked me to fetch certain things from the store room. When I entered the store room, I felt as if I saw the movement of shadows. Screamed with terror, but later got to know that those shadows were nothing but my mind’s imagination.

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