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Question Answer of 'Night Mail' By W H Auden | English Literature

Question 1: what does the night mail bring?
Question 2: Whom are there later addressed to?
Question 3 : What are the different colours of papers used to write letters ?
Question 4 : What are the nature of the letters brought by the night mail?
Question 5: why do you think the night mail was a messenger to the people who lived in different areas of England and Scotland?
Question 6: Describe the journey of the train.
Question 7: how does the poet give an universal  appeal to the train?
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Answer starts below: Answer 1: The night mail brings cheques and postal order and also different types of letters for the people in England and Scotland.
Back To Top Answer 2: The letters are addressed to the rich, poor, the shop at the corner and the girl next door.
Back To Top Answer 3: The different colours of paper used to write letter are pink, violet, white and blue.
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Question Answer of 'The Vegabond' | By R L Stevenson | English Literature

The Vagabond
-----  By  Robert Louis Stevenson
Vagabond- a person who wander from place to place without a permanent home.
Question 1 : what does vagabond ask for the first stanza of the poem?
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Question 2 : What does the vagabond not wished for?
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Question 3 : What does the poet say about autumn or winter?
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Question 4 : Quote the lines that are repeated in the poem. Why are these lines repeated?
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Question 5 : what does the poet want from life? Name three things he can do without.
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Question 6 : what are the plans of the poet?
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Question 7 : How does the poet lead his life during winter?
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Question 8 : Why does the poet not have any expectation?
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Question 9: Why does the poet choose to be a vagabond?
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Answer 1 : Generally people like a life of steadine…

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Concept of Phrases and Clauses English Grammar for all higher Class

Concept of Phrases and Clauses are still much more confusing for students. But after going through this topic students will be more confident about phrases and clauses. Phrase: Three most basic elements of phrase are:
-Phrases are Group of words.

-Phrases Can not be used alone as it has got no complete meaning. -Phrases Has no subject and verb.

On the read itIn the north.Have to complete the taskOn the table. Clauses: The Three most basic elements of clauses are:+Clauses are also Group of words.+Clauses Can be used alone as it makes sense by itself. +Phrases Has subject and verb.

Examples of Clauses:
who reach school lateHe is energetic.Til he stop shouting .Which is made up of Gold.Types of Phrases: Noun Phrases:The word group modifies the noun in the sentence. This group of words is called noun phrases.

Examples Noun Phrases:
A bright blue Shirt.Large quantity of water.A sharp knife.An interesting and beautiful place.Verb Phrases: Thre phrase contains helping ver…