Select the correct answer from each drop-down menu. Read John Gould Fletcher’s poem “‘Bus-Top”: Black shapes bending, Taxicabs c
rush in the crowd. The tops are each a shining square Shuttles that steadily press through woolly fabric. Drooping blossom, Gas-standards over Spray out jingling tumult Of white-hot rays. Monotonous domes of bowler-hats Vibrate in the heat. Silently, easily we sway through braying traffic, Down the crowded street. The tumult crouches over us, Or suddenly drifts to one side. Listen to the thesaurus audio pronunciation for the word tumult . The word tumult has syllables. The first u in the word sounds like . The second u sounds like . Look at this dictionary pronunciation respelling for the word monotonous: \mə-ˈnä-tə-nəs\. The word monotonous has syllables. The first and third o in the word sound like . The second o sounds like . The first option is one or two.
The second option is oo in boot or o in dot.
The third option is a in map or a in around.
The fourth option is four or five.
The fifth option is a in cape or a in about .
The sixth option is o in lone or o in dot.
The Poetry Foundation, from what I've read, publishes only American work, as well as option D, which states the poetry it publishes in its name. A library is your best bet to finding poetry and written works by authors of different countries and origin.