Today, give some literature-related items a try. Here’s an easy starter.
1. “Nothing happens in this world by chance, it is all part of a grand design.” The author speaks of one’s _________.
2. The Master said:
“Only one who bursts with eagerness do I instruct. Only one who bubbles with excitement do I enlighten.”
These lines give one the idea that true learning ________.
A. makes man a disciple of instruction
B. involves patience and a dash of lethargy
C. is capable of making man
D. comes with commitment and passion
3. Which of the following line is a simile?
A. “Holding wonder like a cup”
B. “Eyes that love you, arms that hold”
C. “Life has loneliness to sell”
D. “Buy it and never count the cost”
4. Read the following lines:
“Midnight, not a sound from the pavement
Has the moon lost its memory
She is smiling alone
In the lamp light the withered leaves
Collect at my feet
And the wind begins to moan.
These lines means:
5. “Life is but a walking shadow, a pun player that struts and frets… And is heard no more.”
In this line, life is portrayed as:
B. Goes by stages
C. Has its end
Answers to yesterday’s (July 3) drills: