No, in country money, the country scale of gain,
The requisite lift of spirit has never been found,
Or so the voice of the country seems to complain,
I can't help owning the great relief it would be
To put these people at one stroke out of their pain.
And then next day as I come back into the sane, one
I wonder how I should like you to come to me
And offer to put me gently out of my pain.
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These lines are from poem A Roadside Stand by Robert Frost. In these lines the poet complains that in spite of the growth in the national economy, there is little improvement in the financial aspect of the rural people. The rich are getting richer while the poor remain poorer.
The poet says he can hardly bear the pain and misery of these people. At times he thinks of putting them out of pain by going and killing them all. And next day, when he will come to senses, he expects that someone should come to him and put him out of pain similarly.
Entire summary of the poem can be read here:
oh yea ez boi it's passive voice
(a) the most crowded
(b) the coldest
(c) the most interesting
(d) the cheapest
(e) the oldest
(f) the most melodious
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A man is made a gentleman by the tailor in your country .
An active voice is a voice where the subject is before the object .
A passive voice is a voice where the object is before the subject .
In order to change the voice of a given sentence , we need to change the position of the subject .
We need to keep in mind that we do not change the meaning of the sentence .
Also the punctuation marks of the given sentence should be correct .
We should insert a full stop / question mark / exclamation mark at the end of a sentence .
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The following are the answers for the given exercise -:Most CrowdedColdestMost interesting CheapestOldestMost melodiousHipes it will help you plz follow keep Questionnaire
The requisite lift of spirit has never been fo...