MCQ SUGGESTION 2019/Shall I compare thee to a summer day/sonnet 18
MCQ SUGGESTION 2019/Shall I compare thee to a summer day
2) The winds that blow in summer in Shakespeare's Sonnet 18 are-- rough.
3)' The eye of Heaven' in Shakespeare's Sonnet no 18 refers to-- the sun
4)' Thou art more lovely and more temperate' - - - here the word' thou' refers to-- the poet's friend.
5) 'But thy eternal summer shall not fade' - - the word opposite in meaning to' eternal' is--Temporal.
6) Rough winds shake the--Buds.
7) The sun's complexion in Shakespeare's Sonnet is said to be-- golden.
8) The poet's friend is compared to-- a summer's day.
9) 'So long lives this' - 'this' refers to-- poet's verse.
10) In Sonnet 18 summer is described as-- changeable.
11)'The darling buds of May' are shaken by - - rough winds.
12) The 'Sonnet 18' is-- sonnet .
13) The beauty of the poet's friend surpasses the beauty of-- Summer.
14) The month referred to in' Sonnet number 18'is - - May.
15) Death shall not be able to take the poet's friend into his--Shade.
16) The gold complexion of the sun is dimmed by-- clouds.
17) In the poem Sonnet no 18 Sun and death have been imagined as - - males.