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1. Which one of the following words is an iamb? A. JoAnne B. Sally C. Alice D. Rachel
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User: 1. Which one of the following words is an iamb? A. JoAnne B. Sally C. Alice D. Rachel

Weegy: JoAnne is an iamb




User: 2. The final two lines of Shakespeare's "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day " promises the subject of his sonnet A. unfading youth. B. an endless summer. C. undying devotion. D. immortality.

Weegy: The final two lines of Shakespeare's "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day " promises the subject of his sonnet: A. immortality.
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User: 3. Among early epic poems, _______ is the story of a man who searches out a beloved friend in the land of the dead. A. The Odyssey B. Beowulf C. Gilgamesh D. The Iliad

Weegy: B. The Odyssey Among early epic poems, the odyssey is the story of a man who searches out a beloved friend in the land of the dead.
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User: 4. In "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day " Shakespeare claims that the object of his sonnet will be immortal because A. he'll always love her. B. she's like the summer's day. C. she'll live on in his poem. D. she's for all seasons.

Weegy: In "Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day " Shakespeare claims that the object of his sonnet will be immortal because - - C. she'll live on in his poem.
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User: 5. The repeated use of the "o" sound in "A host, of golden daffodils" is called A. assonance. B. rhyme. C. consonance. D. alliteration.

Weegy: The repeated use of the "o" sound in "A host, of golden daffodils" is called ASSONANCE.
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User: 6. What is the most probable reason that rhyme and repetition first found their ways into poems? A. People wanted a beat they could dance to. B. The poems were easier to remember and pass on. C. They were written for the upper class. D. Heroes in epics tended to talk that way.

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The most probable reason that rhyme and repetition first found their ways into poems is: The poems were easier to remember and pass on.
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