Sindh Class 10 English Notes Chapter 7 From A Railway Carriage Sindh Textbook board Education in Karachi solved exercises, MCQs, important questions, grammar, chapter overview, and Reading Comprehension.
Sindh Class 10 From A Railway Carriage
What does the poet see from a railway carriage?
The poet sees a wide range of things while travelling in a railway carriage. He is not only enjoying the stunning changing scenery but is noticing the difference in the lifestyle of the people around the world too. He observes bridges and houses, hedges and ditches, meadows, horses and cattle, hill and plain, painted stations, a child, a tramp, a cart, man and load, mill and river.
What pleasures does the railway journey give to the poet?
As the poet is travelling in a railway carriage so it is the railway journey that becomes a true source of pleasure for the poet. He is quite pleased to see the exceptional beauty of the nature throughout his railway journey.
C. Idiomatic structures explained:
1. “We are six children in all” means “The total number of children is six”
2. “All at once a light began to shine” means “Suddenly a light began to shine”
3. “It’s all the same to me” means “It makes no difference to me”
4. “He’s all alone in the world” means “He has no relatives or friends”.
5. “What’s it all about” means :”What’s the matter”.
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