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

Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

Questions:

  1.  The antonym for the word, ‘leads’ is __________.
  2.  What did the poet keep for some another day?
  3.  What is the doubt in the poet’s mind?
  4.  To whom ‘I’ is referred to in the stanza?

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  1.  The antonym for the word, ‘leads’ is __________.
    Ans: Follows
     
  2.  What did the poet keep for some another day?
    Ans: The poet kept the first road for another day that had been less travelled by others.
     
  3.  What is the doubt in the poet’s mind?
    Ans: The poet doubts whether he will ever be able to travel on the first road again.
     
  4.  To whom ‘I’ is referred to in the stanza?
    Ans: ‘I’ is referred to the poet Robert Frost.

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