posted by .

1. Reading this poem, I can picture the speaker, who has so much to say.

2. When I read this poem, I can picture the speaker,and he has so much to say.

3. While I read this poem, I can picture the speaker,and he has so much to say.

(Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Are the all the same?)

  • English -

    All mean the same thing, yes.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. year 8 english

    I need to say what is funny about this poem:- thankyou The writer of this poem Is taller than a tree As keen as the North Wind As handsome as can be As bold as a boxing glove As sharp as a nib As strong as scaffolding As tricky as …
  2. The writer by Richard Wilbur Poem

    Could you please help me I have no idea what this poem means it's so confusing. Thanks for your time. God bless. And could you help me with these questions about the poem. 1. In "The Writer," what is the speaker's daughter trying to …
  3. personification poem

    for english class i have to write a poem personifying something. I chose to personify a picture in a picture frame. I am not at all good at poems and was wondering if you guys could read mine and tell me what changed i should make …
  4. English

    Has anyone read the poem the "Passenger Pigeon" by Paul Fleischman?
  5. Blankinship

    How does the speaker in Marlowe's poem compare to the speaker in Raleigh's poem?
  6. Language arts

    Which question should you ask during third reading of the muti-draft reading progress?
  7. language arts

    which question should you ask during your third read of multi draft reading process?
  8. English

    Read the following line from Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven”: “Quoth the Raven, ‘Nevermore.” What effect does this repeated line have on the poem?
  9. English

    Hey I need my answers checked to see if they're right. These answers are based off of the poem Sonnet 57 by William Shakespeare. 1. This poem is like many other Renaissance poems in its A. irrational purpose. B. Emphasis on love. C. …
  10. LA

    Choose the option that best completes the multi-draft reading process for poetry. First Read: Read to unlock the basic meaning of the poem. Second Read: ?

More Similar Questions