Q. 2 A4.0( 88 Votes )
Have you ever had to make a difficult choice (or do you think you will have difficult choices to make)? How will you make the choice (for what reasons)?
No, So far I have never been in a situation where I had to make a difficult choice. However, sooner or later I feel I might come across such a situation in my life. After completing my tenth standard, I will have to choose my subjects and field of study from a wide array of options. This decision I feel would be my first challenging decision as it will surely have a decisive impact on my completion of higher education and further studies. Therefore, I will take this decision carefully keeping in mind my interests and strong points and face the situation courageously.
NOTE* - Students should express their opinion and share their experiences if any. This is a sample for you reference.
Rate this question :
Is there any difference between the two roads as the poet describes them -
(i) In stanzas two and three?
(ii) In the last two lines of the poem?NCERT English - Beehive
After you have made a choice, do you always think about what might have been, or do you accept the reality?NCERT English - Beehive
Have you ever had to make a difficult choice (or do you think you will have difficult choices to make)? How will you make the choice (for what reasons)?NCERT English - Beehive
What do you think the last two lines of the poem mean? (Looking back, does the poet regret his choice or accept it?)NCERT English - Beehive
Discuss what these phrases mean to you:
(i) A yellow wood.
(ii) It was grassy and wanted wear.
(iii) The passing there.
(iv) Leaves no step had trodden black.
(v) How way leads on to way.NCERT English - Beehive
Where does the traveller find himself? What problem does he face?NCERT English - Beehive