NCERT Solutions for Class 4 English Marigold Chapter 2 Poem - Noses
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FAQs on NCERT Solutions for Class 4 English Marigold Chapter 2
1. Why Does the Poet Feel that the Nose is Funny?
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.
2. What is the Moral of the Story - The Little Fir Tree?
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.
3. How has the poet described the nose, according to Chapter 2 of Class 4 Marigold?
The poet has described the nose as 'the funniest thing.' The poet finds it funny how the nose sticks out in the middle of the face with two little holes from where we breathe. The poet's nose is stuck like a handle between the hair and the chin, which makes the poet laugh. The poet asks the readers to look at their noses in the mirror whenever they want to have a good laugh at it.
4. Why is the nose so important for you, according to Chapter 2 of Class 4 Marigold?
The nose is one of the most important organs of our body. It helps us in breathing air through the two tiny holes that are there. Breathing air is very important for our survival. If we stop breathing, we will die. This shows how important the nose is for us. The nose also has tiny hairs that help filter out any harmful substances that might have entered the nose through the holes while breathing.
5. What do you think features mean? What are some different kinds of features that people have, according to Chapter 2 of Class 4 Marigold?
A feature can be defined as a characteristic of someone’s face that brings special attention. Some different features that people have are the length and shape of a nose - it can be sharp, long, or short. Other features include the size of the eyes, jawline, eye spacing, eyebrow spacing, the shape of the eyebrow, etc. Download the NCERT Solutions Chapter 2 of Class 4 English Marigold free of cost available on the Vedantu website and the Vedantu app.
6. What was the fir tree’s first wish, according to Chapter 2 of Class 4 Marigold?
A magician was looking for a shade to protect himself from the rain. He saw a little fir tree that sheltered him and helped him protect himself from the rain. The magician granted the tree four wishes. In its first wish, the little fir tree wished that it had green leaves similar to that of his friends - not the leaves it had as no birds would come to make nests on it because of its needle-like leaves. For more information, check out Vedantu's NCERT Solutions for Chapter 2 of Class 4 English Marigold.
7. Why did the fir tree ask for glass leaves, according to Chapter 2 of Class 4 Marigold?
The little fir tree had first wished for green leaves, but they were all eaten by a goat, so it made another wish - to have golden leaves which the goats would not eat. But the gold leaves were now being stolen by men. The tree then made a third wish in which it wished for glass leaves instead of gold ones. The glass leaves would shine in the sun, but when the wind blew, all the leaves broke at night.