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A Read the following poem and answer the questions given below: We used to stroll barefoot through the overgrown grass, Its morning dew tickling our feet Now we step outside onto the rugged concrete No more natural than the over processed food we eat We used to walk down the snow sprinkled trail, Maybe catch a glimpse of a bobcat, playing eye tricks with its tail Now there is only one type of bobcat we see The one that is fur free, clearing the pavement of all debris We used to walk through a footpath in a forest of pine The smell intoxicating our lungs and mind Now the only smell to be found comes from plastic trees.
Swaying on my rear — view mirror, labelled pine breeze we used to watch the valley play hide and seek Shadowed by the mountain's immeasurable peak considered the largest think known to man.
Why does the poet say that we have become selfish? The poet says so, because now we have become selfish and we are thinking only about us and ourselves.
Complete the statement by choosing the best alternative. The poet used to stroll barefoot because. The poet used to stroll barefoot because — he wanted to enjoy morning walk over green grass. What was the largest thing known to man? Shadowed by the mountain's immeasurable peak was considered the largest thing known to man.
Two opposite ideas are placed side by side for poetic effect. Why were the tenants asked to leave their houses? The tenants asked to leave their houses because they lived in the houses surrounding poet's house on the hill and these houses were demolished.
What did the poet's grandmother use to say about trees? Poet's grandmother used to say that trees are sacred. What did the poet's father do with the trees? The poet's father has ordered to remove the banyan tree which was huge and created a huge problem. Why was the banyan tree a problem? The huge banyan tree stood like a big problem because its root lay deeper than all their lives.
Rapid reading and composition Q5. Rewrite the extract imagining yourself as the little daisy. In the country, close by the high road, stood a farmhouse; perhaps you have passed by and seen it yourself. There was a little flower garden with painted wooden palings in front of it; close by was a ditch, on its fresh green bank grew a little daisy; the sun shone as warmly and brightly upon it as on the magnificent garden flowers, and therefore it thrived well.
One morning it had quite opened, and its little snow-white petals stood round the yellow centre, like the rays of the sun.
It did not mind that nobody saw it in the grass, and that it was a poor despised flower; on the contrary, it was quite happy, and turned towards the sun, looking upward and listening to the song of the lark high up in the air. The little daisy was as happy as if the day had been a great holiday, but it was only Monday.
All the children were at school, and while they were sitting on the forms and learning their lessons, it sat on its thin green stalk and learnt from the sun and from its surroundings how kind God is, and it rejoiced that the song of the little lark expressed so sweetly and distinctly its own feelings.
With a sort of reverence the daisy looked up to the bird that could fly and sing, but it did not feel envious. How rich I am!
Convert the extract into a dialogue between the narrator and Roma: We piled back into Sid's car, Roma and I sharing the backseat. As European Jews who had survived the war, we were aware that much had been left unsaid between us.
She broached the subject, "Where were you, during the war? I had tried to forget. But you can never forget.
And yet here we were, both survivors, in a new world. I must have seen him every day for six months. I couldn't believe it. And in the back of the car on that blind date, I proposed to her.
I didn't want to wait. But she invited me to meet her parents for Shabbat dinner the following week.
There was so much I looked forward to learning about Roma, but the most important things I always knew: For many months, in the worst of circumstances, she had come to the fence and given me hope.
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