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3.What is cuckoo bird famous for?a.For its cheerful natureb.For its thrilling naturec.Welcoming the springd.Driving away tiredness
4.According to the poet, nightingales sing
5.What does the poet want to convey bylong after it was heard no more?
Question 1bDirection:Answer the following questions briefly.[5x4]1.Why did the poet compare the song of the solitary reaper with those of the nightingaleand the cuckoobird? What did he think of the maidens song?[5]2.Where did the poet meet the solitary reaper?[5]3.Why was the valley filled with music? Justify with reference to the poem.[5]4.What were the poets first thoughts when he saw the solitary reaper?[5]Set IIQuestion 2Direction:Read the following questions carefully and answer them accordingly.1.Do songs effect peoples emotions? Did the song affect the poet? Justify withreference to the poem.[10]2.Create an original poem based on the themetravelling and songwith 4 stanza withfour lines each.[15]Section D: DramaThe Merchant of Venice- William ShakespeareDirections:From the TWO SETS of questions under this genre, choose ONE SET andwrite your responses in your answer sheet.Set IQuestion 1Directions:For each of the following questions there are four possible responses. Choose thecorrect response and write it in your answer sheets.[1x5]1. A dramaThe Merchant of Veniceis
2. The wordArgosiesmeansA. a disease.B. a respected gentleman.C. a merchant of Venice.D. a large merchant ship.
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