NCERT Solutions for Class 2 English Marigold Chapter 4 Poem - Rain
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FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 2 English Marigold Chapter 4 Poem
1. Can I download the Class 2 English Marigold chapter 4 poem solutions from Vedantu?
Yes, the solutions of English Class 2 on Rain can be downloaded in PDF file format from Vedantu’s website. It is easy to find as all the study materials are arranged class-wise as well as subject-wise, on the app/website. What is even more wonderful is that it will not cost you any money.
2. Which Indian state receives the highest rainfall? Which is the wettest place in the country.
Meghalaya receives the highest rainfall in India. The wettest place in the country is Mawsynram.
3. What is the poem ‘Rain’ in Class 2 English about?
CBSE Class 2 English Marigold Chapter 4 poem is called ‘Rain’. In this poem, the poet describes the rainfall and beautifully explains what happens in our surroundings when it rains, or what humans do when it rains. He tries to show both the beauty and the danger of rainfall. His words are beautifully portrayed which makes it easier for the students to visualise the scenarios which the poet was trying to create. If you face difficulty in understanding the poem, then you can refer to the easy explanations available free of cost on Vedantu’s website, along with the NCERT solutions for the chapter. These are available on the Vedantu app as well.
4. How has the poet described ‘Rain’ in Chapter 4 of Class 2 English?
Class 2 English Chapter 4 poem is written by the famous poet Rober Louis Stevenson. The poet uses his magic of words in describing the vivid scenarios during rainfall all around us. He went on to say how mesmerising it is to see our surroundings get wet in rain. This poem is easy to understand and very beautiful to study. The students are expected to admire the nature around them by the end of this poem.
5. What happens in our surroundings when it rains in Chapter 4 of Class 2 English?
Rain is a natural phenomenon where excess clouds lead up to the pouring of water from the sky onto the land or earth surface. When this happens, everything around that is there in the open starts to get wet, like the trees, grasses, roads, house roofs etc. Everything is cleaned and washed after being drenched in the rainwater. After rainfall, all the plants and trees look even greener and fresh, the roads are cleared off the dust and dirt.
6. What happens in the sea when it rains in Chapter 4 of Class 2 English?
The tone of the poem, in the beginning, seemed to romanticise the rainfall. But as the poem progresses to the last part, it is seen that the poet describes how at times the rainfall can seem to be scary and dangerous too. Here, he brings up the example of the sea which becomes unstable during heavy rainfall with huge waves. He also describes the heavy wind blowing across and dark black clouds hovering in the sky. This makes it scary for the ships that are sailing in the sea at that moment.
7. How do we save ourselves from rain?
Human beings also enjoy the peace and calm that rain brings. When it rains after hot and humid days, it gives a feeling of relaxation. It is good for our nature and agriculture etc. However, it is usually seen that we humans want to save ourselves from getting wet in the rain. For this, we take the help of umbrellas, raincoats, boots etc. Humans also take up shelter below a tree or a shade in order to remain dry when it rains or they stay inside their houses.