Q. 33.9( 15 Votes )
Look for some more poems on the rain and see how this one is different from them.
● Beloved, Let Us Once More Praise The Rain by Conrad Aiken.
● The House Of Dust: Part 01: 05: The snow floats down upon us, mingled with rain by Conrad Aiken.
● Spring rain by Matsuo Basho.
These are some of the famous poems on rain which differentiate in tone and contrast of the conversation between the rain and the poet.
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(i) Their repetitive structure must have taught the people around the great composer the essence of music.
(ii) Part of the answer is in the proposition; but the essence is in the meaning.
(iii) The implications of these schools of thought are of practical essence for the teacher.
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Panel, studio, brush, essence, material
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(i) The masks from Bawa village in Mali look like long panels of decorated wood.
(ii) Judge H. Hobart Grooms told the jury panel he had heard the reports.
(iii) The panel is laying the groundwork for an international treaty.
(iv)The glass panels of the window were broken.
(v) Through the many round tables, workshops and panel discussions, a consensus was reached.
(vi)The sink in the hinged panel above the bunk drains into the head.NCERT - English Hornbill
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Notice the following sentence patterns.
Rewrite the above sentences in prose.
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