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Poems Quest

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This is a e-book which consists of 400 English Literature Component questons. …

This is a e-book which consists of 400 English Literature Component questons.

He Had Such Quiet Eyes
In The Midst Of Hardship
Nature
Are You Still Playing Your Flute

60 open-ended questions - SPM format and 40 objective questions for each poem.

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  • 1. English Literature He Had Such Quiet Eyes 1. What she did not realize about his eyes?SET 1 [ 1 mark ] 2. What was he doing with his eyes? [ 1 mark ] 3. In which line, the eyes are portrayed as cold? [ 1 mark ] 4. Do you think the woman was easily fooled by the man? [ 2 mark ] 1. What she did not realize about his eyes?SET 2 [ 1 mark ] 2. In stanza 2, what advice she did not listen to? [ 1 mark ] 3. Why she did not listen to the advice? [ 1 mark ] 4. What do you understand with the term „pleasure-seeking guys‟ ? [ 2 mark ]
  • 2. English Literature In The Midst Of Hardship 1. Which phrase tells us that the people were wet?SET 1 [ 1 mark ] 2. What were the people in poem looking for? [ 1 mark ] 3. What is so special about their son’s buffalo? [ 1 mark ] 4. Give two moral values that you have learned from this poem. [ 2 marks ] 1. When did the people return home?SET 2 [ 1 mark ] 2. What does the word “horrendous” mean? [ 1 mark ] 3. Which line tells us that the people were born into hardship? [ 1 mark ] 4. What does the phrase “the whole day and night has just passed” mean? [ 2 marks ]
  • 3. English Literature Nature 1. What does the poet highlight in this poem?SET 1 [ 1 mark ] 2. What type of climate does his country have? [ 1 mark ] 3. Which line shows that it rains heavily in the poet’s homeland? [ 1 mark ] 4. Do you think the persona is a very perceptive person? [ 2 mark ] 1. What does the word “gullies” mean?SET 2 [ 1 mark ] 2. Why do the cane fields wither and leaves fall from the guango trees? [ 1 mark ] 3. What do line 1 and line 2 suggest in this poem? [ 1 mark ] 4. Name two lessons you have learnt from this poem. [ 2 mark ]
  • 4. English Literature Are You Still Playing Your Flute 1. What is the tone used in stanza four?SET 1 [ 1 mark ] 2. Which phrase suggests the use of “repetition” by the poet? [ 1 mark ] 3. What is the poet trying to emphasize in stanza 2, lines 6,7 and 8? [ 1 mark ] 4. How would you contrast the poet and the flutist? [ 2 mark ] 1. The phrase “when there is hardly time for our love” suggests that?SET 2 [ 1 mark ] 2. Why does the persona feel guilty? [ 1 mark ] 3. The phrase “composed by his fingers” most probably suggests that the flutist is a….. [ 1 mark ] 4. Do you agree that youths from villages should migrate to cities ? [ 2 mark ]
  • 5. 1.Who is the author for the novel “He Had Such Quiet Eyes”.A. Bibsy SoenharjaB. Latiff MohidinC. Hugh Doston Carberry2.Name the birth place of the author of this poem.A. JakartaB. SurabayaC. Java3.The poem mainly talks about…..A. Man and WomanB. How a woman cheated a manC. Relationship between a man and a woman4.What is the poem trying to point out?A. Healthy relationshipB. The dangers of unhealthy relationshipC. The dangers of healthy relationship5.Why was the woman deceived by the man?A. She was rationalB. She did know his true intentionsC. The man was handsome1.Who is the author for the novel “In The Midst Of Hardship”.A. Bibsy SoenharjaB. Latiff MohidinC. Hugh Doston Carberry2.Name the birth place of the author of this poem.A. IpohB. SingaporeC. Negeri Sembilan3.The poem mainly talks about…..A. The lives of poor peopleB. The hardship faced by a familyC. The villager’s albino buffalo4.What is the poem trying to point out?A. How to face life with a positive attitudeB. How to face life with despairC. How to face life by living poor5.What were the villagers doing in the flood?A. Looking for their sonB. Looking for a buffaloC. Looking for their son’s albino buffalo
  • 6. “POEMS QUEST” is an e-book which consists 400 model questions on the English Lit-erature Component. Each poem has 15 sets of subjective questions. Each set has 4 ques-tions each and 40 objective type questions. 15 sets x 4 =60 subjective type questions. 60+ 40 = 100 questions for each poem. Each question has been carefully written in accor-dance with Latest Malaysian Public Examination Requirements for lower and upper sec-ondary students. All the 4 poems are included in this e-book. Each poem has been carefully scruti-nized and the questions made accordingly. Almost every aspect of the poems havebeen examined in detail with critical attention to ensure students get the extra edge toachieve good grades in their English Literature Component. Answers are provided. FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO :- http://kopitiamenglish.blogspot.com

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