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
Well, music is said to be the food for the soul. I’m in the habit of listening to music to de-stress and rejuvenate me. To be honest, it’s very difficult to pick any specific song as I listened to a variety of tracks in different languages, but here let me talk about a line in a Punjabi song that I recently came across. The English translation of that line is “you continue making efforts, your good days are not too far when your hard work will pay off”. This line is from the immensely popular song “Daana Paani “, which means “livelihood”, and sung in the melodious voice of renowned Punjabi singer “Jasmine Sandlas”. If my memory serves me well, I heard this song for the first time during my office team celebration a couple of years ago. Having said that, this piece of line is still as fresh as a daisy in my mind.
Honestly, I found this line quite inspiring when I heard for the first time and set it as my caller tune. In addition, I also kept on mumbling it for a good number of days. It caught my attention because it is entirely focusing on the importance of hard work, honesty, and patience, which has fruitful results in our lives. Whenever I feel low-spirited, listening to this track keeps me positive and boosts my morale.
Follow-ups Talk About a Line That You Remember From a Poem or Song.
Question 1. Are you good at memorising things?
Answer – Hmm, I’m not so confident in my memory. On the one hand, I usually remember past events and experiences quite well. However, for some reason, I don’t have a head for dates where I find it quite difficult to recall a specific year or date. For this reason, I ensure to block my calendar with special occasion days of my kith and kins.
Question 2. Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems?
Answer – Well, yes, I believe young ones love the rhythm and melody of songs as it attracts them and helps to maintain their concentration while listening. Songs poems with melodious rhythm intrigue the young minds and make it easy to grasp and learn quickly.
Question 3. Do you think it is easier for children to learn songs or poems than adults?
Answer – Certainly, I believe so because the children have a more receptive and fresh mind; they find it more accessible, sometimes effortless, to memorise the poems and songs and retain them in memory. The poems we learned in childhood are remembered by many of us throughout our lives.
Question 4. What can people learn from songs or poems?
Answer – Well, I think we can absorb many things from songs or poems. For starters, some of them are pretty inspirational and stressing the values of morale, hard work, honesty, patience, which are helpful in our day-to-day lives. Additionally, traditional songs and poems connect us to our culture and traditions. Last but not least, these are good for sharpening the memory as we unconsciously try to remember the lyrics by keeping on mumbling the same.
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