Peeptom
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What type of rhyme is used in this excerpt from William Butler Yeats's poem "The Municipal Gallery Revisited"? A. strict rhyme B. internal rhyme C. double rhyme D. slant rhyme
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Peeptom
  • Peeptom
I dont understand the type of rhymes can someone explain this to me?
Peeptom
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@jabez177
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ILUVSOCCER
  • ILUVSOCCER
You can simply google them.
ILUVSOCCER
  • ILUVSOCCER
@Whitemonsterbunny17 @KyanTheDoodle
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
A lot of things that are posted as questions can be googled google doesnt always explain things well
ILUVSOCCER
  • ILUVSOCCER
Just google the definitions of the different types of rhymes.
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Here are the different types of rhymes: http://www.dailywritingtips.com/types-of-rhyme/ Now what's the excerpt?
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
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
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
I put lines after where the rhyme is
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
I dont see internal rhymes or double rhymes in what you posted but from what I googled it seems like a double rhyme
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
The internal rhyme was in there, but not the double rhyme.
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
but wouldnt an internal rhyme be on the same line or does it not have to be that way and its just a type
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
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...
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
Out of the choices of available would you agree that it is a double rhyme
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
that are*
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
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.
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
so where and here is a slant rhyme
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Yes
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
this stuff is confusing Thanks for the help tho
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
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.
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
A lot of rhymes are that way I thought that was the point of rhymes in general
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
Rhymes are words that sound exactly alike, like Doodle and Noodle.
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
What is the most common rhyme type
KyanTheDoodle
  • KyanTheDoodle
They're called end rhymes. It's when only the ending syllable rhymes like the words red and said.
Peeptom
  • Peeptom
Oh okay

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