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Q: The following question refers to “Sea Fever” by John Masefield. The speaker “must go down to the seas again” because __________. A. there is a tall ship waiting for him B. he
must return to his gypsy family C. he needs some quiet so that he can sleep D. the running tide is calling him
A: Comprehension The question below refers to the selection ???Sea Fever. answer: d. he needs some quiet so that he can sleep
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User: The following question refers to “Sea Fever” by John Masefield. The speaker “must go down to the seas again” because __________. A. there is a tall ship waiting for him B. he must return to his gypsy family C. he needs some quiet so that he can sleep D. the running tide is calling him

Weegy: Comprehension The question below refers to the selection ???Sea Fever. answer: d. he needs some quiet so that he can sleep
Flerida|Points 176|

User: Which sound device is present in this line from “The Bells”? What a tale of terror now their turbulency tells! A. alliteration B. rhyme C. rhythm D. onomatopoeia

Weegy: Measured flow or movement in a poem is called rhythm ... [ ]
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The theme is that life is an adventure to be followed. B. The rhythm of this poem sets the tone but has no connection to the theme. C. The rhythm of the poem mimics the sensation of a ship on the ocean. D. The overall mood of the first stanza is one of longing.

Weegy: To answer this question, I need to know what poem the question is talking about?
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User: The following question refers to “Sea Fever” by John Masefield. Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The theme is that life is an adventure to be followed. B. The rhythm of this poem sets the tone but has no connection to the theme. C. The rhythm of the poem mimics the sensation of a ship on the ocean. D. The overall mood of the first stanza is one of longing.

Weegy: To answer this question, I need to know what poem the question is talking about?
Jadedwords|Points 112|

User: The following question refers to “Sea Fever” by John Masefield. Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The theme is that life is an adventure to be followed. B. The rhythm of this poem sets the tone but has no connection to the theme. C. The rhythm of the poem mimics the sensation of a ship on the ocean. D. The overall mood of the first stanza is one of longing.

Weegy: To answer this question, I need to know what poem the question is talking about?
Jadedwords|Points 112|

User: Which of the following is an example of assonance? A. “dreary . . . weak . . . weary” B. “nearly napping” C. “quaint . . . curious” D. “chamber door”

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__________ is a type of figurative language that gives human qualities to nonhuman things. A. Simile B. Imagery C. Metonymy D. Personification
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