anonymous
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Match the rhythm to the name. 1. DUM-da trochee (trochaic) 2. da-da-DUM anapest (anapestic) 3. da-DUM iamb (iambic) 4. DUM-da-da dactyl (dactylic)
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danielheyliger
  • danielheyliger
sidney message mee
danielheyliger
  • danielheyliger
i don,t get it
anonymous
  • anonymous
@sidney_girl1419 .i dint get ur question.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hold on i will rewrite it
danielheyliger
  • danielheyliger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Match the rhythm to the name 1. DUM-da 2. da-da-DUM 3. da-DUM 4. DUM-da-da Which one of these matches the rhythm? trochee (trochaic) anapest (anapestic) iamb (iambic) dactyl (dactylic)
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@sidney_girl1419 ...sorry m not getting it :( ..i dnt know
anonymous
  • anonymous
DUM-da is trochee da-da-DUM is anapest da-DUM is iamb DUM-da-da is dactyl
anonymous
  • anonymous
iamb is a short syllable followed by a long syllable anapest is two short syllables followed by a long one trochee is a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed and dactyl is a long syllable followed by two short syllables. Hope this helps @sidney_girl1419

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