নবম শ্রেণীর ইংরেজি ২য় অধ্যায় ২.১.১, ২.১.২ সমাধান - ২০২৪ Class 9 english Nature's Tapestry Unit - 2,Lesson : 2.1.1,2.1.2 Solution 2024

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নবম শ্রেণীর ইংরেজি ২য় অধ্যায় ২.১.১, ২.১.২ সমাধান - ২০২৪ Class 9 english Nature's Tapestry Unit - 2,Lesson : 2.1.1,2.1.2 Solution 2024


Nature's Tapestry

 2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations.

নিচের ছবিগুলো দেখো এবং নিজের ভাষায় বর্ণনা করো। এসব পরিস্থিতিতে তুমি কেমন বোধ করো তাও লেখো।

2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations
2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations.


2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations
2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations.

2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations.

2.1.1 Look at the following illustrations and describe them in your own words. Also, write how you feel on those situations.

2.1.2 Ask and answer the following questions in pairs. Then, share your responses with the class.

জোড়ায় নিচের প্রশ্নগুলো আলোচনা করো। তোমার উত্তরগুলো শ্রেণিতে শেয়ার করো।

a) Do you love nature?
Answer: Yes, I love nature.
b) Have you read any poem on nature?
Answer: Yes, I have read a poem written by Robert Frost on nature recently. The poem is given below here:
Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day Nothing gold can stay.
c) How does the poet depict nature in the poem?
Answer: "Nothing Gold Can Stay" shows how youth, beauty and life are always changing. Just like trees lose their leaves in fall and then grow new leaves and flowers in spring, people also get older and eventually die. This is a natural process of life, dying, and coming back to life.
d) Does he use any literary elements like rhyming scheme, images or metaphor to describe nature?
Answer: Yes, the poet uses a number of literary elements. They are given below here:
Rhyming scheme:
Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Nature's first green is gold Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. B Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day Nothing gold can stay 
The rhyming pattern of the poem is: AABBCCDD
Metaphor
The poem says that green is like gold. Gold can mean both the mineral and the color, so it's a bit confusing. In simple words, the "gold" in "Nothing Gold Can Stay" represents good and beautiful things that the speaker desires.
e) Do you think the use of literary elements make the poem interesting?
Answer: Yes, I think the use of literary elements make- the poem interesting. Literary elements help writers show their ideas and feelings with strong language and interesting stories. Robert Frost also used different writing techniques in this poem.



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