Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song (3) (1)

Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song

Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song; You should say

  • What is it?
  • What poem is it from?
  • How did you know about it?
  • How do you feel about it?

Sample Answer of Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song

Everyone says that music has the ability to change the mood of anyone, but for me, the lyrics will change. Whenever I listen to one of my favourite songs, the lyrics will change my mood to a different level. My favourite line in my playlist is “ ORU NALIL VAZKAI INGE ENGUM ODI POGATHU MARUNALUM VANTHUVITTAL THUNBAM THEYUM THODARATHU”. It is a Tamil song from the national award winner Dhanush movie.

The meaning of the line is “there is no problem in my life which will last for a day. If next day come the seriousness of problem will be less compared to yesterday”. It is a wonderful line written by the late poet Mr Na. Muthukumar.

Once I was travelling to my hometown on the bus at night time. I have a habit of listening to FM in travel. Suddenly I heard this song, and I liked it very much. Immediately I searched for a song and downloaded it, and added it to my playlists.

By listening to this song and line, I always get motivated. Viewpoint towards the problem will change. Everyone needs any kind of diversification to problems; for me, the lyrics of the songs will change.

Follow-ups Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song.

Question 1 Are you good at memorizing things?

Answer – Yes, I am. I am very fond of watching movies. Once I saw the movie, I had the ability to recall all scenes in the movie. Even a year after, if anyone asks about it, I can answer them without any doubt.

Question 2 Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems?

Answer – Children are more interested in songs. That, too it is a movie song, not their subject poems. This is because the elders, by watching television, do not concentrate on children’s education.

Question 3 Do you think it is easier for children to learn songs or poems than adults?

Answer – It is straightforward to learn the songs for children if it is compared to elders. Children’s can learn anything faster. Adults have many things to concentrate on in their life, but for children’s is not. Even a study related to this topic has concluded the same reason.

Question 4 What can people learn from songs or poems?

Answer – To be frank with this, it depends on how individuals view it. I can tell about my circle of people. Many people in my circle learn to take it easy for every problem rather than thinking about it too much. The lyrics of songs also matters for this reason

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