Question 1. Who are affected by the wind?
Q2- According to the poet, who will be our friend if we are strong?
Question 3. What is winnowing called?
Q4- Who breaks the shutters of the window?
Question 5. Who broke the doors of the window?
Q6- Name the things the wind had done.
Q7- In the line – “You tore the pages of the books”, who is ‘you’ referring to?
Q8- Which word has been repeated in the poem
Q9- Who are negatively affected by the wind?
Q10- Whom does wind God like?
Q11- Which word in the poem means ‘to prosper’?
Q12- The destructive power of the wind is a symbol of _______.
Q13- What is the message of this poem?
Q14- Whom does the poet make a request to?
Q15- Which figure of speech has been used in the poem?
Q16- Tell a word in the poem which is the antonym of foolish?
Q17- How can we be friends with the wind?
Q18- What does the word ‘winnows’ in the poem mean?
Q19- What should the people do to save their homes?
Q20- Wind has been compared to _______.
Q21- “He won’t do what you tell him”. Who is he in this line?
Q22- Find a synonym for loyal from the poem.
Q23- Find a word from the poem for “thrown in different directions”
Question 24. Name the poet of this poem.
Question 25. We can make friends with the wind god if we are—
Question 26. What does the wind poke fun at?
Question 27. Select the name of the poet of the poem ‘Wind’.
Question 28. What is the effect of the wind on weak fires?
Question 29. What sort of houses does the poet ask us to make?
Question 30. Who does the wind make fun of?
Question 31. What does the poet want the wind to do?
Question 32. Find a word from the poem for “thrown in different directions”
Question 33. “He won’t do what you tell him”Who is he in this line?
Question 34. What should the people do to save their homes?
Question 35. How can we be friends with the wind?
Question 36. Which figure of speech has been used in the poem?
Question 37. What is the moral of this poem?
Question 38. Wht does the word prosper mean in the poem?