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summary of the poem - the ant and the cricket
what is the summary of the poem 'the ant and the cricket'
dialog conversion between the ant and the cricket. (from the poem)
the ant calls himself a servant and friend of the cricket.does she really mean so?if not why did she say so?
the last line of this poem is some crickets have four legs and some have two.what is the meaning of this line?please answer in a minute.
the boy who sold wisdom
why did the ants tell the cricket 'WE ANTS NEVER BORROW WE ANTS NEVER LEND' when the cricket goes and asks for some food?
moral of the poem the ant and the cricket
Construct diagloue between the ant and cricket
''thus ending ,he hastily lifted the wicket''
who lifts the wicket?
rhyme scheme of the poem ant and the cricket
1. Write a paragraph on " a friend in need is a friend indeed".
who is the poet of 'The Ant And The Cricket
what does the poet mean by crickets having two legs?
explain:my heart,was so light?
can any one please give me a short summary of merchant of venice
ps-the chapter has been chosen wrong because the chapter is not in the syllabus of meritnation
What are the meanings of
2. My heart was so light
i want full poem of ant & cricket with explanation
compare and contrast the quality of an ant and the cricket to those in the human beings
can anyone please give me a short summary on the poem ant and the cricket
the ant tells the cricket to"dance the winter away ".do you think the word "dance"is appropriate here ?if so ,why?
what is the moral of poem the ant and the cricket
what are the two words that describe the cricket's personality?
what is your opinionof the ant's principle ?
who is the poet of ''the ant and the cricket
what is the maessage of the poem "the ant and the cricket".
(i) Find in the poem
the lines that mean the same as “Neither a borrower nor a
lender be” (Shakespeare).
what's your opinion about the ant's principles(but we ants never borrow;we ants never lend)
(i) Which lines in the
poem express the poet’s comment? Read them aloud.
(ii) Write the comment
in your own words.
Chapter-The ant and the cricket.
please give me the answer.
write dialogues for a role play on this poem "the ant and tha cricket".
The cricket says, “Oh!
What will become of me?” When does he say it, and why?
what is your opinion to the ants principles?
The ant tells the
cricket to “dance the winter away”. Do you think the word
‘dance’ is appropriate here? If so, why?
The cricket says, “Oh!What will become of me?” When does he say it, and why?
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