Ode to My Bike
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by Wendy Fishler
| 10 Questions
1
1
Who is the narrator of this poem?
a bike
a mother
a child
a traveler
2
1
The words in the poem create a tone that is -
hopeful
grateful
determined
dreamy
3
1
Who is the narrator talking to in this poem-
a friend
a mother
a father
a bike
4
1
An ode can best be described as -
a poem about nature
a poem that tells a story about a dangerous journey
a poem with lines that do not rhyme
a poem dedicated to someone or something
5
1
Lines 19 and 20 most convey a feeling of -
danger
anticipation
freedom
pleasure
6
1
Which stanza communicates the idea that the narrator is adventurous?
5
1
11
2
7
1
What is the significance of the speaker using his bike to travel beyond his mother's sight?
He was showing his growing independence.
He learned to like being alone.
He didn't want his mother to know where he was going.
He was able to travel long distances wihtout tiring..
8
1
Which conclusion is best supported by the poem?
The speaker gives up easily.
Even when the speaker learns to drive, he'll still ride his bike a lot.
The speaker works hard to reach his goals.
The speaker has always kept his bike in perfect condition.
9
1
What type of figurative language is used in the following line -

You've taught me how to take a chance,
to push when times get tough.
alliteration
simile
personification
metaphor
10
1
The last line of the poem creates an image of the bike as a -
visitor
buddy
rival
guest
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