Match the quotes to the correct technique.
This poem highlights the [[reality]] of conflicts and the sheer fear and [[terror]] that soldiers feel, It questions the idea of [[patriotism]] and highlights the damage to both humans and [[nature]] that war and conflict can [[cause]].
Bayonet Charge describes the sensations and [[emotions]] of a WW1 soldier under fire who is runnning [[towards]] the enemy with his bayonet ready to [[attack]]. There is a change of mood and pace in each stanza from the [[frantic]] running of the first to the second where he seems to be caught in a moment of frozen [[stillness]] and finally in the third stanza where he almost seems to abandon his [[human]] qualities in a frenzy of fear.
Match the words to their correct definitions.
1. Threshing = [[To beat out (grain) from its husk, as with a flail]]
2. Statuary = [[Something made necessary by law]]
3. Luxuries = [[Somehthing that is not essential but is expensive, desirable or valuable and provides comfort]]
4.Lugged = [[Carried something heavy with difficulty]]
Match the words to the correct definitions.
1. Bayonet = [[A sword-like weapon fixed to a rifle to enable a soldier to stab the enemy]]
2. Khaki = [[A dull yellowish-brown colour; army clothing]]
3. Furrows = [[A shallow trench or a deep wrinkle]]
4. Clods = [[Lumps of earth]]