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Connotation is synonymous with definition. True False
That is true. (It is very similar in meaning.)
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User: Connotation is synonymous with definition. True False





Weegy: That is true. (It is very similar in meaning.)
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User: Rhyme is necessary to a sonnet. True False

Weegy: False. Sonnets do not have to rhyme.
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User: Scansion is used to determine meter and rhyme scheme. True False

Weegy: True. Scansion is analysis of verse into metrical patterns.
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User: The simile is a comparison in which like or as is used. True False

Weegy: True
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User: A sonnet contains fourteen lines. True False

Weegy: That is true.
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Coherence in a nonfiction writing means that it follows a logical pattern.
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