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are Give and five a pair of eye rhymes?
Yes, they are. They are also last syllable rhymes (have a guess what they are)
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User: are Give and five a pair of eye rhymes?

Weegy: Yes, they are. They are also last syllable rhymes (have a guess what they are)
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User: are Dive and five a pair of eye rhymes?

Weegy: Yes, they are. They are also last syllable rhymes (have a guess what they are)
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User: What does alliteration do for a poem?

Weegy: do you need an original one?
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User: what is alliteration?

Weegy: I sit and look
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User: Which of the following is an example of alliteration? Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled peppers. Moses supposes his toeses are roses. Luck sticks to those who make wise picks.

Weegy: Peter Piper picked a pack of pickled peppers
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User: What is the purpose of alliteration in this poem? strengthens the connection betweenloverandlass. makes the poem more humorous both of these

Weegy: The answer is both of these. It strengthens the connection and more humorous.
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User: Which of the following is a purpose of consonance? to make the poem easier to read aloud to fuse together incomplete ideas into a complete thought none of these

Weegy: The purpose of consonance is to make the poem easier to read aloud. Generally speaking, consonance in poetry provides varied auditory range. Source:
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