How does buck feel about owners like francois, the scotch mail carrier, and hal anytime they use the club? he does not resent them using the club. he is just happy to see them anytime and anywhere no matter the circumstances. he resents them using the club. he just doesn't care.
the following lines suggest that the speaker ,matthew arnold, has undergone a loss of faith. this loss of faith may be related to the industrial revolution. the speaker feels religion is retreating in the same way the waves retreat."hath really neither joy, nor love, nor light,""nor certitude, nor peace, nor for pain; "
the speaker describes the world; this has turned in a place where faith has been lost. faith guarantees joy, love, light , certainty , peace and for pain. the world ,now, has no faith , so it is a place full of confussion.
kabir knows that the swan flies to many places and has seen much and chooses to say nothing about it. kabir would like him to open up and tell what he knows.
the land is not specifically labeled. it cannot be the promised land. that is too specific. nature looks beautiful, but there is a lot of nastiness in nature. i would not choose it.
if you read it poetically, it might be heaven and that is your second best answer. if it was i who constructed the question, i would choose an imaginary country, but i don't that's right.
choose heaven, but be prepared to get it wrong. the wonderful thing about poetry is that it is interpretable. you could defend any of these answers.
answer: i walked back to my office after i saw the rain.
explanation: in english, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives.
a. so that you can teach them new information thy didn't know
i hope it