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Class XI Hornbill: The Laburnum Top by Ted Highes Question Answer

The chapter The Laburnum Top is the 2nd poem of  English textbook Hornbill for Class XI. The Laburnum Top is written by Ted Highes. It is a very sensitive poem for sensitive reader. Here you can find out possible question answer. Please write below your opinion if it is helpful.

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  1. The sound words: The sound words are chirrup, chitterlings, trilling, whispering whistle
  2. The movement words: The movements words are comes, enters, starts, trembles, thrills, stokes, flirts out launches away.
  3. The dominant colour: The dominant colour in the poem is yellow. The laburnum tree has yellow flowers. A few of its leaves are turning yellow. The sunlight on a September afternoon is yellow and so are the yellow feathers on the wings of the goldfinch.

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