Ant and cricket

Ant and cricket

The ant and cricket, any and the cricket

The ant and the cricket summary in English

Ant and the cricket poem question answers

1. The cricket says, “Oh! what will become of me?” When does he say it,
and why?
2. (i) Find in the poem the lines that mean the same as “Neither a borrower
nor a lender be” (Shakespeare).
(ii) What is your opinion of the ant’s principles?
3. The ant tells the cricket to “dance the winter away”. Do you think the word
‘dance’ is appropriate here? If so, why?
4. (i) Which lines in the poem express the poet's comment? Read them aloud.
(ii) Write the comment in your own words.
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