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I dont understand the type of rhymes can someone explain this to me?
You can simply google them.
A lot of things that are posted as questions can be googled google doesnt always explain things well
Just google the definitions of the different types of rhymes.
Here are the different types of rhymes: http://www.dailywritingtips.com/types-of-rhyme/ Now what's the excerpt?
My mediaeval knees lack health until they bend, But in that woman, in that household where ----- Honour had lived so long, all lacking found. Childless I thought, 'My children may find here ---- Deep-rooted things,' but never foresaw its end, And now that end has come I have not wept; No fox can foul the lair the badger swept Didnt realize I didnt include the excerpt
I put lines after where the rhyme is
I dont see internal rhymes or double rhymes in what you posted but from what I googled it seems like a double rhyme
The internal rhyme was in there, but not the double rhyme.
but wouldnt an internal rhyme be on the same line or does it not have to be that way and its just a type
Huh? Oh no. I wasn't saying it was an internal rhyme. I was just saying it was in the link I posted. To me, I would say it's an eye rhyme, but unfortunately, that's not one of the options, so it must be something else...
Out of the choices of available would you agree that it is a double rhyme
It can't be a double rhyme since even the very last syllables don't rhyme. I'd say the closest to an eye rhyme is a slant rhyme, because they sound almost the same, but not quite.
so where and here is a slant rhyme
this stuff is confusing Thanks for the help tho
Lol. No problem. A slant rhyme is basically an almost rhyme. Like how where has an air sound and here has an eer sound. It's not quite the same.
A lot of rhymes are that way I thought that was the point of rhymes in general
Rhymes are words that sound exactly alike, like Doodle and Noodle.
What is the most common rhyme type
They're called end rhymes. It's when only the ending syllable rhymes like the words red and said.