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John | 29th Apr 2011, 07:53 AM | HKDSE英文科Paper 1 | (5102 Reads)

這是How to Pass HKDSE English with Flying Colours Paper 1題種分析系列第20輯,暫時也是這個系列的最後一輯了 (That's all for now)

因為考評局傾向在HKDSE出「詩題」,所以上數輯都是有關詩的題目,現在談談讀詩題要注意的三點,其中,第(1)(3)點是考評局的「陰濕點」 (將答題資料放在最不起眼和看似無關的地方,例如開頭和結尾。這種手法不單用在「詩題」,在blog的節錄等也如此;在data file有時又會「陰濕地」將較多資料不成比例地放在最短的一個部分。) 

Below are three points of attention in reading an exam poem and answering the questions on it. 

 

To tackle poem questions, (1) pay attention to the poem title, which will give you an idea regarding what the poem is about; (2) pay attention to the poet’s name, which usually appears after the poem, since some questions may be set on it; (3) know when to pause in your reading.  See below. 

How to read a poem

1. Read the title of the poem (usually printed at the beginning of the poem).

2. Don’t stop your reading by the line. Identify the sentences and independent clauses by stopping your reading at the periods, exclamation points, question marks, and semicolons.

For example, when you read the following verse (詩節), don’t just stop after finishing ‘I was lost in the lonely fen (沼澤)’, but read the following as a unit: ‘I was lost in the lonely fen (沼澤) - Led by the wandering light, - Began to cry;’ (i.e. read until you reach the semi-colon (;)); and then read ‘but my father, ever high, Appeared in white’ (i.e. read until you reach the full-stop (.)) as a unit.

I was lost in the lonely fen (沼澤)
Led by the wandering light,
Began to cry;
but my father, ever high,
Appeared in white.

3. Read the name of the poet (usually printed at the bottom of the poem)

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