מתמטיקה 806 5 יחידות 807, מקרא תנ"ך כל החומר לבחינת הבגרות, בני גורן, כל מה שצריך לדעת, רמזור עונה 4, הבורר, זגורי אימפריה, הורדה ישירה צפייה ישירה, תשובות מלאים פתרונות מלאים דרך מלאה, מיקוד בגרות קיץ בגרות חורף חומר לימודי, הנדסאי אלקטרוניקה ומחשבים
ROAD NOT TAKEN PAGE literature for 5 points answers
ROAD NOT TAKEN PAGE 26 literature for 5 points
It's fun to travel with friends
You can meet new people ans see new sites and cultures/
Taking a jog
cons - against
You need/want moeny You won't get the job
1) It's dangerous
2)water.... food important
3)a heart attack....death
4)peace will exist in the Middle East
5)It's such a shame
B) The poem takes place in the yellow wood probably in the autumn. The poet / speaker came to a fork in a road and has to decide which road to take. He looked down, one road as far as he could, but chose the other road, which was less traveled by.
Analysis page 29
A)1) The speaker is foaced with the dulemma of choosing which path to take,
He stands in the fork in the road and looks both ways.
He tries to assess the pros and cons of each road.
2) The speaker considers various factirs.
First he looks down the first road until he sees an undergrowth.
He can't see, past it, so he chooses the other path.
It's a path that fewer people have taken. The path looks less traveled on becayse ut appears grassy.
3) The "sigh" can have two interpretations.
On the one hand, the speaker feels statisfied with his choise, but he feels sorry he couldn't take the other path. He would like to come back and try it, but he doubts that will occur.
On the other hand, the sigh can be seen as on of regret.
1) The fork in the road represents those points in our lives when we have to make a decision that will affect our future.
The true path represent the option we can choose or paths we can trave in life.
C) Choices are inevitable and the human tendency is to wonder what might have been/
We think about choises that he didn't make,
Title: He chose this title perhaps because he wonder about roads/paths he didn't take.
1) Rhyming scheme: a b a a b
B) Robert Frost spent most of his life in New England.
He was influenced by his surroundings of hiks and woods. The poem is set in the woods with yellow leavesand thicj ybder growth, This is the type if countryside that Robert Frost has been familiar with. The simple language in the poem reflects natural patterns of everyday speech.