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  1. Rhetorical question: Is asked when the speaker already knows the answer and is not expecting or need any information from the listeners. For example, “If you never try?” Repetition: The use of the same word or phrase multiple times. For example, the word “boys” have been used repeatedly throughout tRead more

    1. Rhetorical question: Is asked when the speaker already knows the answer and is not expecting or need any information from the listeners. For example, “If you never try?”
    2. Repetition: The use of the same word or phrase multiple times. For example, the word “boys” have been used repeatedly throughout the poem.
    3. Anastrophe: The normal order of words is reversed, to achieve a particular effect of emphasis. For example, “stumble oft”.

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  1. In the poem, the poet Norman Macleod advises young children on how to succeed in life. He asks the boys to drive the nail straight by hitting the nail right on its head. The poet means to say that at a very young age one should have a clear goal and aim to achieve it correctly. i.e., one should be dRead more

    In the poem, the poet Norman Macleod advises young children on how to succeed in life. He asks the boys to drive the nail straight by hitting the nail right on its head. The poet means to say that at a very young age one should have a clear goal and aim to achieve it correctly. i.e., one should be determined to achieve his goal.

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