Part B. 2.Appreciation Questions From Poetry

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Part B. 2.Appreciation Questions From Poetry

“Ceaselessly musing, venturing, throwing, seeking the spheres to connect them. Who is ceaselessly musing?

1. women’s soul
2. spider’s soul
3. human soul
4. man’s soul

“You can cross out my name in the telephone book” Whose name will be crossed out in the telephone book?

1. astronaut
2. poet
3. people
4. dead people

“If you can’t be a muskie, then just be a bass But the liveliest bass in the lake!” - Be the best What is a bass?

1. rose
2. an edible fish
3. grass
4. boat

‘Think me not unkind and rude That I walk alone in grave and glen’ What is glen?

1. plain
2. garden
3. narrow valley
4. forest

‘And thou in the midst of it with brows that gleam’ - To a millionaire Whom does the word ‘thou’ refer to?

1. billionaire
2. millionaire
3. rich people
4. poor people

“To we cared for any meadows, it were merely To drop down in them and sleep” What does the children want to do in the meadows according to the poet?

1. to play
2. to run
3. to sleep
4. to walk

‘Art is long, and time is fleeting’ Fleeting means_________

1. going
2. sleeping
3. passing
4. waiting

“He lifted his head from his drinking, as cattle do.” - Snake What is the snake compared with?

1. head
2. lift
3. cattle
4. drinks

“Behold her, single in the field, Yon solitary, highland lass!” - The solitary reaper Where is the solitary reaper?

1. high land
2. road
3. village
4. field

‘O captain! My captain! Our fearful trip is done’ - O captain! My captain Who is referred to as ‘captain’ here?

1. President George Washington
2. President John F. Kennedy
3. President Ronald Regan
4. President Abraham Lincoln

When the road you are trudging seems all uphill. When the funds are low and the debts are high - Don’t quit What is trudging?

1. Walking slowly
2. jogging
3. running
4. walking

“To seek the brook if still it ran” - Going for water Where did the children go to seek the brook?

1. woods
2. mountains
3. plains
4. valleys

“You solitary highland loss! Reaping and singing by herself Stop here, or gently pass” - The solitary reaper What is the girl doing?

1. reaping
2. singing
3. reaping and singing
4. walking

“And so they built a glider, first, And then they built another” - The Flying wonder What did they build first?

1. a ship
2. a boat
3. a plane
4. a glider

Glad till the dancing stops, and the lilt of the music ends Laugh till the game is played, and be you merry, my friends. What should we do?

1. dance
2. sing
3. play
4. laugh

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