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Question b In what ways is the content of the first two stanzas lines 1 - 15 similar? Also, both stanzas offer guidance from the adult. Question c Why does the poet refer to leather jacket line 12 and ;football boots line 13? Children will be attracted to the sound of the paper.
She would arrive at this position because of her maturity and experience. Question f What is suggested by the poet in the last seven lines lines 27 - 33 of the poem? Total 14 marks 3. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions below it. Quiet and the night came early and Leonard sat there feeling a flicker of restlessness.
The pattern he had established of working on the house had completely absorbed him, but, he thought, stretching lazily, it was time to make the trip into town. He would go there the next day, get it over with.
If he went like that, mid-week, there would be nobody there. He could simply pick up his two boxes and leave the key with the next-door neighbour. And, of course, he could not explain. He could not say that the prospect of working to buy things did not interest him, of drifting into a marriage, much like theirs, did not interest him.
It was all sound, solid, and it frightened him, the years stretching ahead, known even before they had happened. He wanted to make something very simple, very different, for himself.
Read the following poem carefully and then answer the questions set on it. Suddenly down he dropped: she heard the hiss of his wing, Fled with a scream of terror: oh, would she had dared to rest.
For the hawk at eve was full, and there was no bird to sing, And over the heather drifted the down from a bleeding breast. These sample questions have suggested answers to guide you in recognizing the way CXC wants you answer these types of questions. You must login to access these questions and answers.
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