NCERT Solutions for Class 4 English Marigold Chapter 2

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NCERT Solutions for Class 4 English Marigold Chapter 2 Poem - Noses

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Class 4 English marigold Chapter 2 poem solutions are now available for download on Vedantu's website. All the answers of Ch 2 Class 4 English poems have been prepared by experts and teachers who have made sure to explain the Class 4 English poem Chapter 2 solutions in a clear and detailed manner. This lets the students get all their doubts cleared on Noses Class 4 notes when they refer to the solution. You are free to download the solutions and use them to learn the topic or to refer to them in case of any doubts.


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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1. Why Does the Poet Feel that the Nose is Funny?

Ans. The poet feels that the nose is funny because it has a peculiar shape and funnily grows on the face. It sticks on the face in the form of a handle. Even though the nose is important because it helps us to breathe, the child still does not like her nose.


The two little holes on the nose and the way it sticks out of her face make her feel that it is a joke, and anyone who wants a laugh should look at their face in the mirror.

Q2. What is the Moral of the Story - The Little Fir Tree?

Ans. The story is about a fir tree that does not like its leaves. It feels that the leaves of the other trees are better. So when a magician grants it four wishes it first asks for its leaves to change so that it also looks like its friend trees and also so that birds can come and make a nest on it. However, when it has grass leaves the goat eats the leaves. Next, it asks for golden leaves, but a man comes and steals it. Then it asks for glass leaves but the windbreaks it. Eventually, the fir tree realizes that its leaves are the best. So, in its fourth wish, it asks the magician to give it back its original needle-like leaves.