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আপনি এখানে শিখবেন এই অধ্যায়ে এবং বিষয়ের ফাউন্ডেশন অংশটা, এই বিষয়টিকে সহজ-সরলভাবে পড়িয়েছেন বিশেষজ্ঞ শিক্ষক ভিডিও লেকচার এর মাধ্যমে এবং এই পুরো অধ্যায়কে চার ভাগে খন্ডিত করে আপনার জন্য তৈরি করা হয়েছে

প্রথম খন্ডে আপনি শিখবেন ফাউন্ডেশন অংশটা যেখানে অধ্যায়ের ব্যাপারে আপনাকে বোঝানো হয়েছে তার মানে definitions,basics গুলো সহজভাবে. এবং এটাকে আপনি বুঝতে পারবেন যেটা আপনাকে পরীক্ষার জন্য ক্রীপের করতে সাহায্য করবে
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তৃতীয় মডিউলে আপনি শিখবেন শর্ট অ্যানসার এবং কোয়েশ্চেন, যেটা আপনার পরীক্ষার সাজেশন মধ্যে পড়ে এবং এটা 3-4 marks’er প্রশ্ন আসে আপনার পরীক্ষা
চতুর্থ মডিউল আপনি শিখবেন লং আনসার এবং questions যেটা সাধারণত 5-6 marks er হয়
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Here you will learn the basics of My Own True Family in a simple language it is for Bengali medium students who are studying under West Bengal Board of Secondary Education and preparing for their exam (Class 10 WBBSE) Here you will find all necessary and important WBBSE Madhyamik Suggestions, notes, solved sample question paper in Bangla along with video lectures from expert teachers


1 MARKS QUESTIONS of My Own True Family

  • The scruffy woman had the poet’s secret inside her little bag.

Ans. True.

Supporting statement: I saw an old lady there- all throwing sticks and scraps/ she said, “I have your secret here, inside my little bag.”

  • An old lady carried a stick that had a knob here and there.

Ans. True.

Supporting statement: All crooked sticks and scrap.

  • If the poet did not keep his promise, he would have had to meet death.

Ans. True.

Supporting statement: “unless you make a promise now, – now you are going to die.”

  • The tree tribe said the poet was annoyed to see the oak tree cut down.

Ans. False.

Supporting statement: we have to cut down, we are fragmented, you don’t blink.

  • The poet never showed off the oak tree.

Ans. False.

Supporting statement: After coming out from the oak wood, the poet goes back to the human company.

  • Whenever the poet saw a tree being uprooted, he had to cut down two more trees.

Ans. False.

Supporting statement: “Whenever you see an oak tree felled, swear now you will plant two.”

  • The poet’s dream had no effect on him.

Ans. False.

Supporting statement: “The dream that altered me.”

  • Arriving from the oak tree, the poet carried the heart of the tree and stepped out like a kid.

Ans. True.

Supporting statement: …back in the company of people, my walk was a human baby step, but my heart was a tree.

  • The poet had to promise to plant two oak trees instead of one fallen tree.

Ans. True.

Supporting statement: “Whenever you see an oak tree felled, swear now you will plant two.”

  1. The woman’s stick was tied with a worn cloth.

Ans. False.

Supporting statement: The poet tied a pole.

multiple choice questions - 1 marks of My Own True Family

Who wrote the poem?

  • Edward John Hughes.
  • Edward James Ted Hughes.
  • Edward Ted Hughes.
  • Edward Hughes.

Ans. B) Edward James Ted Hughes.

The poet met an elderly woman in-

  • A Mountainside.
  • An Oak wood.
  • Poet house.
  • His friend’s home.

      Ans. B) An Oak wood.

The poet was looking for a-

  • Stag.
  • Goat.
  • Gentlewoman.
  • Hind.

Ans.  A) Stag.

“Then she began to cackle and I began to quake”. The meaning of “quake” here-

  • Cackle.
  • Be in tears.
  • Trimble.
  • Be asleep.

Ans. C) Trimble.

In this poem the poet presents himself as a-

  • Playful child.
  • Elderly woman child.
  • Oak tree.
  • Indigenous tribes.

Ans. A) Playful child.

What is the meaning of ‘Knobbly’?

  • Loyalty.
  • Unsteady.
  • Sickly.
  • Honorable.

Ans. B) Unsteady.

The author had a dream-

  • At night-time.
  • On the couch.
  • At midday.
  • Under the tree.

Ans. D) Under the tree.

She opened her ‘little bag’, here ‘she’ means-

  • An old lady.
  • A gorgeous woman.
  • A young woman.
  • Mother of the poet.

Ans. A) An old lady.

The ‘Staring tribe’ relate to-

  • Oak tree.
  • Aged woman.
  • Creatures.
  • Humans.

Ans. A) Oak tree.

The poet was enclosed by-

  • Plants.
  • Deer.
  • Ladies.
  • Tribe.

Ans. D) Tribe.

short questions - 2-3 marks of My Own True Family

1.What secret did the woman reveal to the poet?

Ans. The woman said that people like the poet do not bother to cut oak trees, people are always indifferent about this and they call their own destruction.

2.Who complained against whom?

Ans. The Oak tribe complained about bringing them down. Their complaint was that mankind was indifferent to cutting down oak trees.

  1. What were the conditions for his release?

Ans. The oak trees make the poet swear to plant two trees instead of cutting one oak tree.

  1. What did they mean by saying ‘We are the oak trees and your own true family’?

Ans. They wanted to say that oak and humans grew up in the same environment and provided oxygen to the world. Their message is that mankind should refrain from destroying and protecting nature.

  1. Why did the little poet begin to tremble in panic?

Ans. The old woman told the poet that she was inside her little bag and started laughing wildly. The child poet panicked and he began to tremble.

  1. What was the poet’s feeling after returning from Oak Forest or What did the poet realize in the end?

Ans. The poet felt that the oak tree and the human race should be considered as one family. He also realized that his heart had changed as the heart of a tree had left him with a child body.

  1. What will happen to the poet if he is not committed?

Ans. If the poet is not committed, the black bark of the oak tree will fold over him and he will stick it inside the trees Where the poet was born but will never grow again.

English Notes WBBSE Madhyamik Class 10- My Own True Family

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