Q.1) Describe the two roads that the poet comes accros.
Q.2) What dilemma wtih the speaker face in the poem "The Road Not Taken"?
Q.3) The poet says " I took the one less travelled by and that made all the difference".What is the difference that the poem mentions in his poem?
Q.4) What is the theme of the poem "The Road Not Taken
The speaker has come to a fork in a path in the woods. It's fall, and the leaves are turning colors. He's unsure which way to go, and wishes he could go both ways. He looks down one path as far as he can see, but then he decides to take the other. He thinks the path he decides to take is not quite as worn as the other one, but really, the paths are about the same, and the fallen leaves on both look pretty fresh.
The speaker reflects on how he plans to take the road that he didn't take another day, but suspects that he probably won't ever come back. Instead, far off in the future, he'll be talking about how his decision was final and life changing.
1. Once the poet was passing through a yellow forest. He came to a cross where the two roads diverged. Both the roads were equally attractive.The first one was grassy and needed wear. It was full of adventures. The other road was simple and was easy to travel. Also it was a beaten track. if you like my answer vote it up.
Many times in our life we have to choose one thing out of two.Both the things look equally attractive. But we have to make a choice. Our decision influences our future. Sometimes we may feel that the other choice might have been a better one though there is no going back. It was my answer if you like it vote it up honestly.