If by Rudyard Kipling
Another one of the great poems for you to look at today. Read the poem first. Make sure you understand each line, and what it's telling you - we'll go over this in our Zoom call today - and then answer the questions. Pick the level that's right for you, and don't be afraid to change levels if the questions are too easy / too hard. Remember: there's no point doing the wrong level, it's just a waste of time. The questions should challenge you, but be possible.
Also, for an imaginary bonus point: where are the third and fourth lines of the second stanza of this poem famously written?
Finally, the final line of this poem is: 'you'll be a man my son'. Do you think the advice in this poem is relevant to anyone else?