ELA

Sensory language, or language that appeals to the senses, is often used in poetry. Which line from this poem appeals to the sense of taste?

1.A bird came down the walk

2.He did not know I saw

3.(And ate the fellow raw)

4.To let a beetle pass

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  1. Yes,

    The entire poem makes more sense.

    A Bird came down the Walk (328)
    Emily Dickinson, 1830 - 1886

    A Bird came down the Walk—
    He did not know I saw—
    He bit an Angleworm in halves
    And ate the fellow, raw,

    And then he drank a Dew
    From a convenient Grass—
    And then hopped sidewise to the Wall
    To let a Beetle pass—

    He glanced with rapid eyes
    That hurried all around—
    They looked like frightened Beads, I thought—
    He stirred his Velvet Head

    Like one in danger, Cautious,
    I offered him a Crumb
    And he unrolled his feathers
    And rowed him softer home—

    Than Oars divide the Ocean,
    Too silver for a seam—
    Or Butterflies, off Banks of Noon
    Leap, plashless as they swim.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Ms. Sue

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  3. So is it Right?

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  4. Yes. You're right.

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    Ms. Sue
  5. hm i see

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  6. WHAT ARE ALL OF THE ANSWERS

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    Please Check some of my answers, maybe like two are wrong and maybe not but I think all are correct. If wrong plz correct me

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  8. Language Art 6 B Unit 2 Lesson 1
    1.D
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    3.D
    4.B
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    6.D
    7.C
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    9.A
    10.A

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  9. THANK YOU @JEN!! 100%!!!

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  10. i hope this is connexus

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  11. sans the skell it is connexus

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  12. Thank you Jen

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  13. Thank you, for anyone who helped. Jen, and Hi, thank you guys

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  14. Jen is right the answers are connection academy approved

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  15. Ty!

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  16. i got a 90 but ty!

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  17. thank you jen

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  18. thank you jen 👍👍👍😉😉😎😎🤗🤗😃

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  19. Yep, Jen Is right for COnnexus students! I got 100% on "Introducing he Big Question" Pretest.

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  20. thx for "SOME" help jen i got an 80% but thx

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  21. @connexus student is wrong i just tried it and got a 100% by @Jen

    Thank you @Jen

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  22. Thanks you jen for helping us for our grades thanks to you i have a A+ in Language arts thanks a lot.

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  23. thank you so much @Jen

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  24. Jen was a lil bit wrong I got 80% outta 100 7 is wrong so is and 8 :(

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  25. if your here for the Sensory Language Quick Check
    I got the answers
    1. taste and smell.
    2. They allow the reader to feel as if he or she is in the story.
    3. touch
    4. to provide greater detail to a narrative and to make the writing more interesting and vivid

    this is for 6th graders ELA, hope it helps

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  26. no one asked got 100!!!

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