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1.having three feet per line of poetry (tetrameter) 2. reading or marking the poem to show its structure. Alsoscansion (anapestic) 3. having five feet in each line of poetry (dactylic) 4. likeness or resemblance (trimeter) 5. a foot of verse having one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables (image) 6. a foot of verse having two unstressed syllables followed by one stressed syllable (pentameter) 7. having four feet per line of poetry (scanning)
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User: 1.having three feet per line of poetry (tetrameter) 2. reading or marking the poem to show its structure. Alsoscansion (anapestic) 3. having five feet in each line of poetry (dactylic) 4. likeness or resemblance (trimeter) 5. a foot of verse having one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables (image) 6. a foot of verse having two unstressed syllables followed by one stressed syllable (pentameter) 7. having four feet per line of poetry (scanning)

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1. TRIMETER = having three feet per line of poetry.

2. SCANNING IS reading or marking the poem to show its structure.

3. PENTAMETER = having five feet in each line of poetry.

4. IMAGE is likeness or resemblance.

5. DACTYL is a foot of verse having one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables.

6. ANAPEST is a foot of verse having two unstressed syllables followed by one stressed syllable.

7. TETRAMETER = having four feet per line of poetry.



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