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How is poetry distinguished from prose? It explores a theme. It contains figures of speech and recurring sound patterns. It explores a theme in rhymed stanzas rather than paragraphs. all of these none of these
Weegy: It explores a theme. It contains figures of speech and recurring sound patterns. It explores a theme in rhymed stanzas rather than paragraphs- -All the above. User: How might a student benefit from writing clerihews? He'd get experience working with rhyme. He'd be able to translate his own life experience into a theme. He'd learn the fine art of writing poems. all of these none of these Weegy: How might a student benefit from writing clerihews? all of these is the answer. [smile] (More)
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The crisis of "The Yellow Wallpaper" is _____. the point at which the narrator completely identifies herself with the woman trapped in the wallpaper the point at which the narrator begins to keep a journal, hiding it from her husband the point at which the narrator introduces the yellow wallpaper to the reader seen only from the outside
Weegy: A)the point at which the narrator completely identifies herself with the woman trapped in the wallpaper User: Elizabeth Barrett Browning is best known for her _____. free verse parodies sonnets villanelles Question #9Matching Score: Match these items. 1. aabbrhyme satirizing someone metonymy 2. addressed to something nonliving or nonhuman assonance 3. part for whole; whole for part consonance 4. repetition of vowel sounds in accented syllables apostrophe 5. anapestic comic verse form alliteration 6. fourteen lines of iambic pentameter clerihew 7. repetition of initial sounds ballade 8. repetition of final consonant sounds in accented syllables personification 9. three stanzas and an envoy limerick 10. attributes human will to something nonhuman sonnet Question #10TrueFalse Score: Free verse is completely formless. TrueFalse Question #11TrueFalse Score: Rhyme and meter are poetic elements that are not used in prose. TrueFalse Question #12TrueFalse Score: Ballads resemble short stories because they have characters, plot, and setting. TrueFalse Question #13TrueFalse Score: A limerick has four lines. TrueFalse Question #14TrueFalse Score: Plot, character, and setting do not affect one another. TrueFalse Question #15TrueFalse Score: Narration and description should be kept separate from one another. TrueFalse Question #16TrueFalse Score: The words he said are considered part of the dialogue. TrueFalse Question #17TrueFalse Score: Imagery is often used by poets to help elicit an emotional response from the reader. TrueFalse Question #18MultipleChoice Score: Atmosphere is shaped by _____. toneimagerysettingall of these Question #19MultipleChoice Score: A writer's experience is his measuring stick for what is _____. plausiblerealisticboth of theseneither of these Question #20MultipleChoice Score: Modeling your work after another is acceptable; ____________ is not. replacing your own experience with the poet's ... (More)
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Which of these distinguish language from other forms of communication? Select all that apply. It is systematic. It is arbitrary. It is a tool. It changes over time
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The use of language is deeply entrenched in human culture. ... symbolic system; 1.3 Tool for communication; 1.4 What makes human language unique ... These definitions also entail different approaches and understandings of language, ... Human language is unique in comparison to other forms of communication, such as ...
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Which of the following can be used as "reasons" in a two-column proof? given inductive reasoning definitions algebraic properties
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Definitions can be used as "reasons" in a two-column proof.
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