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from "Written in March"
by William Wordsworth

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Quiz AK - L6.7

     I would not have given the students any special preparation for "doth," and I would expect most students at this stage to miss it. (I would praise those who get it.)
     In grading the quiz, ignore whatever students do with "raising: and "feeding" in the last two lines. In reviewing the quiz, praise those students who did not underline these words twice, and point out to the others that, as used here, these verbs do not form sentences. ("Their head never raising" is not an acceptable sentence, and neither is "forty feeding like one.")