Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song cue card

 Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song 

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- What it is

- What poem is it from

- How you know about it

- How you feel about it

Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song cue card


Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song - Latest cue card 2020


Music makes everything better.

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything

Mostly i like to listen to music when I am traveling and before sleeping time.

It relaxes me in ways nothing else can.

I listen to songs from different genres and one song that brings a smile to my face every time I hear it, Allah ke bande hasde from movie aise bhi hota hai”.

It says about Just laugh it, Men of God and Whatever you have lost today, Will Come back tomorrow.

It was sung by kailash kher in 2008 for the movie. With this song, the singer became famous all over the nation.

It was on the top chart on Spotify india on that year.

I was so mesmerized by Both the voice and the lyrics of this song.

I vividly remember that when I listen this song first time, I was filled with enthusiasm and determination.

i realised that everything is not permanent If you are having a bad time, a good time will also come. You wait and work hard.

This world may not be perfect but it’s so wonderful.

Now whenever I am stressed, I take a break and I leave for a long drive on my car and play this song in loud voice..

And it makes me forget about my worries and brings me so much peace.

I also feel grateful for all the people in my life - my family and friends who make this world so much more wonderful for me

I love listening to the whole song, just for this one line.

The song just energizes me and makes me motivate to work hard

Follow up questions of you remember from a poem or song 


Are you good at memorizing things?

I am neither very good nor am I bad at memorizing things. But, I do make a list on my phone 
for all the important things because I don’t want to risk forgetting them.

2. Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems?

Yes, I think rhythms make it fun. I think rhymes reduce inhibition among children and make 
them more active. That is why teachers use rhymes while teaching.

3. Do you think it is easier for children to learn songs or poems than adults?

I think yes. I remember in my childhood, I used to memorize many poems and I did it very 
easily. I don’t think I can do the same now. I think it is maybe because in childhood, our 
brains are more receptive.

4. What can people learn from songs or poems?

I think the two main things we learn from songs and poems is our culture and language. In 
general, there is a lot of repetition in songs and rhymes stick in the learner’s mind and the 
words and expressions used are memorized more easily. It also helps in phonetic 
development. Similarly, some songs and poems also connect us with our culture as their 
lyrics represent culture expressed in words

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