2 cloves Author: Zong Pu Author introductio n Zongpu, formerly named Feng Zho ngpu, is commonly used as a pen na me Zongpu, and its pen names includ e Fenghua and Ren Xiaozhe.His repr esentative works include short stories Red Bean, Dream on Strings, a series of long stories "Introduction to Wild G ourds" and prose "Wisteria Waterfall". The quiet and elegant courtyard with mud dy eyes The misty and vague skirts of Wensi's dre am were suddenly filled with sorrow and c ontentment. Clumsy, thin, plain buds Divergent and unrestrained The hazy comb room is charmi ng and concealed. Peep: peep, the article describes lilac lov ely. Bucket room: a very small room Variance: length, height, size and so on a re not consistent. Obscurity: Not clear, obscure Buds: No Flowers Opening Turbidity: (water, air, etc.) Contains impuri ties, unclean, not fresh.The idea is not cle ar. Clumsy: Not smart, not smart Shielding: Shielding, Shielding Discontinuous: Discontinue from time to ti me, and continue from time to time Browse quickly and think about what the text mai nly says. The article mainly writes about the lilac blossoms outside the city, in the city and in his own home, associates the lilac knot with the ancient poetry and realizes the lilac knot, and finally expresses his feelings.It reveals the author's insight into the world and his free and easy life. From what aspects does the author describe th e clove knot and what kind of character does h e endow it with? Describing clove flowers from the aspects of color, shape and odor endows clove with the characteristics of vivid and elegant, white and flawless, lovely and fragrant. First self-study, then coo perative learning 2. Taste the following sentences in context and answer the questions in brackets (1) Half a tree of silver makeup was found in some houses, and stars of small flowers covered th e branches, peeping at pedestrians from the walls, causing people to look back when they passe d.What rhetorical devices does the author use?Where is it written like this? (2) The little white cross flower, so small, but not so thin.Many small flowers form a cluster, many clusters of flowers full of a tree, covering my window, shining my thoughts and dreams. (3) Every spring comes, when you look up at your desk, you can see the snow in front of the eav es.Snow came into the window and the fragrance was straight through. (What does snow mean here?Where do you see it? (4) In the misty drizzle, the lilac with water droplets is particularly charming.Two purple plants bes ide the wall, like Impressionist paintings, blurred lines, seeped straight into the white before the w indow.It makes people feel that cloves really should be associated with light rain. What are the characteristics of cloves in the rain?Imagine this picture.Why does the author say "Cloves really should be connected with light rain"? (1) Half a tree of silver makeup was found in some houses, and star s of small flowers covered the branches, peeping at pedestrians fro m the walls, causing people to look back when they passed.What rh etorical devices does the author use?Where is it written like this? The use of metaphor and personification of rhetoric."Pointing out" and "peeping" are both human gestures and actions. The author personifies the lilac flower and vividly portrays its charming, delicate and loving features.In addition, the florets on the branches are compared to stars, which vividly depict the compact, dense and dazzling characteristics of lilac flowers.It expresses the author's love for lilac flowers. (2) The little white cross flower, so small, but not so thin.Many small flowers form a cluster, many clusters of flowers are full of a tree, covering my window, shining my thoughts and dreams. The word "shining" not only writes the flowers as white as snow and as bright as the moon, but also writes the deep connection between flowers and human beings, which ingeniously expresses the inspiration and consolation of flowers to the author's soul and the dependence of people on flowers. (3) Every spring comes, when you look up at your d esk, you can see the snow in front of the eaves.Sno w came into the window and the fragrance was strai ght through. (What does snow mean here?Where do you see it? Lilac. (4) In the misty drizzle, the lilac with water droplets is particul arly charming.Two purple plants beside the wall, like Impressi onist paintings, blurred lines, seeped straight into the whit

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