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Poems are designed to convey experiences, ideas, or emotions in a vivid and imaginative way, characterized by the use of language chosen for its sound and suggestive power and by the use of literary techniques such as meter, metaphor, and rhyme. Do you remember this from the school classes? Then let’s see if you can answer a couple of questions we’ve prepared for you: what are the most common metrical feet in English?

Which are the ways of creating repetitive patterns of sound? Can you name the most natural form of rhythm in the English language? If these seemed easy to you, then you should check out our new quizzes and see how well you can score. Roses are red, violets are blue, impress us with an answer, would you?

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  • The poet stood at the intersection of?
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  • the poet felt sorry because..?
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  • the poet took the road.....
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  • In her poem, Bradstreet mostly criticizes herself for-

  • Bradstreet emphasizes both the things she has lost and-

  • When Bradstreet writes, I blest His name that gave and took... she implies that-

  • Who first started to settle in Britain in ca. A.D. 400?
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  • In which year is it thought that the British pagan religions had been totally replaced by Christianity? 
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  • Which of the following is a Christian belief?
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  • What is the main idea of the poem? 

  • Read this line from the poem.       But I'm still alive in trunk and shoot In which sentence does the word shoot have the same meaning as it does in the poem? 

  • How are the tree, the grass, and the flower alike?