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(There is a Languid, Emerald Sea, Where the Sole Inhabitant is Me- a Mermaid Drifting Blissfully.) Questions : (A) Who Does 'Me' Stand For? (B) How Does 'Me' Feel? (C) Who is 'Me' Compared To? - English - Language and Literature

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Short Note

Read the extracts given below and answer the questions that follow:

(There is a languid, emerald sea,
where the sole inhabitant is me-
a mermaid drifting blissfully.)

Questions :

(a) Who does 'me' stand for?

(b) How does 'me' feel?

(c) Who is 'me' compared to?

(d) Which word in the extract means the opposite of 'sorrowfully'?

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Solution

(a) ‘me’ stands for Amanda.

(b) ‘me’ feels that she is a mermaid and the only inhabitant of the languid, emerald sea, who drifts blissfully.

(c) ‘me’ has been compared to a mermaid.

(d) Blissfully means the opposite of sorrowfully.

Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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