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Read the extracts given below and answers the questions that follow:

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden back Oh,
I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted it if I should ever come back

Questions:

  1.  Which road does the poet choose?
  2.  Why was the poet doubtful about the first road?
  3.  In stanza ‘both’ refers to ____________.
  4.  Find a word from the extract that means ‘crushed’.

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  1.  Which road does the poet choose?
    Ans: The poet chooses the second road.
     
  2.  Why was the poet doubtful about the first road?
    Ans: He was very doubtful that he would never be able to come back to it.
     
  3.  In stanza ‘both’ refers to ____________.
    Ans: Two roads in different directions.
     
  4.  Find a word from the extract that means ‘crushed’.
    Ans: Trodden

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