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Read the following extracts and answer the questions/complete the sentences that follow:

Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued.

1. What had given the poet 'a change of mood'?

(i) The falling of dust of snow on the poet had changed his mood.

(ii) The falling of dust of sand on the poet had changed his mood.

(iii) The falling of drops of rain on the poet had changed his mood.

(iv) The falling of drops of dew on the poet had changed his mood.

2. What had the poet thought of that day?

(i) The poet had felt happy about that day. But the fall of snow-dust changed his mind.

(ii) The poet had felt sad about that day. But the fall of snow-dust changed his mind.

(iii) The poet had felt angry about that day. But the fall of rain changed his mind.

(iv) The poet had felt indifferent about day. But the birds singing changed his mind.

3. What is the rhyme scheme of the poem?

(i) The rhyme scheme of the passage is cccc.

(ii) The rhyme scheme of the passage is abab.

(iii) The rhyme scheme of the passage is dddd.

(iv) The rhyme scheme of the passage is baaa.

4. How was some part of the day saved for the poet?

(i) The poet stopped ruing the day and his mood changed.

(ii) The poet stopped crying and his mood changed.

(iii) The poet stopped worrying about the future and his mood changed.

(iv) The poet visited his mother and his mood changed.

5. What does the crow symbolise?

(i)  The crow symbolises the poet's sad and depressive mood.

(ii) The crow symbolises happiness.

(iii) The crow symbolises euphoria.

(iv) The crow symbolises aporia.

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1. (i) The falling of dust of snow on the poet had changed his mood.

2. (ii) The poet had felt sad about that day. 4ut the fall of snow-dust changed his mind.

3. (ii) The rhyme scheme of the passage is abab.

4. (i) The poet stopped ruing the day and his mood changed.

5. (i) The crow symbolises the poet's sad and depressive mood.

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