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Sunday, August 2, 2009

How Dalat Got Its Name: Tone & Mode

Tone and Mood

* In this poem, the tone is one of the anger and indignation.
The poet is angry because Man has not taken good care of the environment.
In Stanza 1, he points out some effects of pollution - a dead crow, a baby
and an old man gasping for air.

Structure and Style

*It is written in free verse. This is in line with the poet's wish for a pollution-free
environment.

* The poet is written in two stanzas. Each stanza has four lines.
* The poet uses only one main literary device - symbol.
'The Dead Crow' is a symbol of the deadly effects of pollution on Man and Nature.
Repetition is also used to demand a clean environment.
( I want..... I want....)

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Collection of SPM English Language Question Papers

2005
Terengganu Trial [Paper 1]

2007
Johor Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Terengganu Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Pahang Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2] [Answers], Melaka Trial 2007 [Paper 1] [Paper 2], TIMES [Paper 1] [Paper 2] SPB [Paper 1] [Paper 2]

2008

Terengganu Mid Year [Paper 1] [Paper 2],
Trial
MRSM Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], SBP Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Kelantan Trial [Paper 1 & 2], Terengganu Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Kedah Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Pahang Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Johor Trial [Paper 1 & 2], Perlis Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Sabah Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2], Sarawak Trial [Paper 1 & 2], Melaka Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2]

2009

Terengganu TOV [Paper 1] [Paper 2] Terengganu Mid Year [Paper 1] [Paper 2]
Melaka Trial , Johor Trial , Sabah Trial , Kedah Trial , Perlis Trial , Times , SBP , Pahang Trial [Paper 1] [Paper 2]

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