anonymous
  • anonymous
Today I wore two different shoes! Oh boy! I am a mess! Fell on my face and got a bruise Oh boy! I am a mess! I poured some ketchup on my dress Oh boy! I am a mess! The dress was white if you could guess Oh boy! I am a mess! 1. How does the poet create a rhythm for this poem? by writing about a character who is always late by repeating the phrase "Oh boy! I am a mess!" by making each line have the same number of syllables by rhyming the words "shoes" and "bruise"
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Its not a thats all ik my guess is by repeating the phrase "Oh boy! I am a mess!"
anonymous
  • anonymous
Welcome to Openstudy!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Shhhh—the wind is soft And the sky is blue The sparkling sea sings to me You could listen, too Buzz—the bee is quick The flowers play along The butterfly comes by It knows the bee's song Swish—my ball flies away Chasing the yellow bird Among a million sounds The rain is the best I have heard Passage 2 It is a beautiful day outside. I am happy to feel the wind and watch the sky. There are many sounds of nature. The sea sounds like it is singing. The bee, butterflies, and flowers seem to have a song as well. While I play with my ball, I think that I like the sound of rain the most. You should listen to the sounds of nature as well. 2. How are these passages different? Only Passage 1 makes use of rhyme. Only Passage 2 mentions the word "you." Only Passage 1 shares facts about nature. Only Passage 2 shows the speaker's feelings.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
angel
anonymous
  • anonymous
what does that mean
anonymous
  • anonymous
wat
anonymous
  • anonymous
What theking
anonymous
  • anonymous
i just wanna see was u still on did u get my message
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you please help with the que of there
anonymous
  • anonymous
no angel but fi you knoow how
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is c
anonymous
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you got me wrog thats why i ask angle
anonymous
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so what do u think it is lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
you got me wrog
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes it wrog
anonymous
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idk lol
anonymous
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oh im sorry my next answer was d
anonymous
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wrong again
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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a
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats the right answer a
anonymous
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:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
k
anonymous
  • anonymous
going to the next answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
u can tell because passage 2 doesn't use rhyming
anonymous
  • anonymous
Shhhh—the wind is soft And the sky is blue The sparkling sea sings to me You could listen, too Buzz—the bee is quick The flowers play along The butterfly comes by It knows the bee's song Swish—my ball flies away Chasing the yellow bird Among a million sounds The rain is the best I have heard Passage 2 It is a beautiful day outside. I am happy to feel the wind and watch the sky. There are many sounds of nature. The sea sounds like it is singing. The bee, butterflies, and flowers seem to have a song as well. While I play with my ball, I think that I like the sound of rain the most. You should listen to the sounds of nature as well. 3. How is the poem different from the paragraph? It uses long sentences. It uses a lot of sounds. It has fewer stanzas. It does not have a form.Shhhh—the wind is soft And the sky is blue The sparkling sea sings to me You could listen, too Buzz—the bee is quick The flowers play along The butterfly comes by It knows the bee's song Swish—my ball flies away Chasing the yellow bird Among a million sounds The rain is the best I have heard Passage 2 It is a beautiful day outside. I am happy to feel the wind and watch the sky. There are many sounds of nature. The sea sounds like it is singing. The bee, butterflies, and flowers seem to have a song as well. While I play with my ball, I think that I like the sound of rain the most. You should listen to the sounds of nature as well. 3. How is the poem different from the paragraph? It uses long sentences. It uses a lot of sounds. It has fewer stanzas. It does not have a form.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i know
anonymous
  • anonymous
c.
anonymous
  • anonymous
that was wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
are you sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes but if you dont trust me go ahead and put your answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats wrong to it a
anonymous
  • anonymous
Today I wore two different shoes! Oh boy! I am a mess! Fell on my face and got a bruise Oh boy! I am a mess! I poured some ketchup on my dress Oh boy! I am a mess! The dress was white if you could guess Oh boy! I am a mess! 4. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are in the fifth line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat.) 6 2 4 3
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you know the answer ANGLE
anonymous
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Im not sure about this 1
anonymous
  • anonymous
I choose 4 but im probably wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
what do thank it is
anonymous
  • anonymous
did u try 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
it right
anonymous
  • anonymous
I thought I'd get my mom a gift And went into the store I wanted to get something nice She hasn't had before Perhaps a sweater that was pink Maybe a pretty shawl I looked for something so special For her birthday this fall I did not have enough money For what I thought was good So I cooked her favorite dish I knew that she loved food 5. How many stanzas does this poem have? 4 12 3 2
anonymous
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Good!
anonymous
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thers my next questions
anonymous
  • anonymous
I thought I'd get my mom a gift And went into the store I wanted to get something nice She hasn't had before Perhaps a sweater that was pink Maybe a pretty shawl I looked for something so special For her birthday this fall I did not have enough money For what I thought was good So I cooked her favorite dish I knew that she loved food 5. How many stanzas does this poem have? 4 12 3 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm i hate stanzas i say b (I'm helping 2 ppl right now im sorry ill brb)
anonymous
  • anonymous
was that right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
anonymous
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oh ok sorry oh i get it now A. 4
anonymous
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no c
anonymous
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its okay
anonymous
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hmm i dont get how it could be c
anonymous
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The world will be a better place I will be proud of human race Treating each other with fairness Love will win over ugliness (5) Perhaps we all will plant some trees Or dance carelessly with the breeze We will slow down and smell a rose Or sing at night as the moon glows 6. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are in the first line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that is called a beat.) 3 6 4 8 END STUDY SESSION
anonymous
  • anonymous
8?
anonymous
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how can you put a picture on your thing
anonymous
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8
anonymous
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its 4
anonymous
  • anonymous
like you got
anonymous
  • anonymous
on ur profile pic. or on here
anonymous
  • anonymous
pic
anonymous
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wat
anonymous
  • anonymous
Once there was a young girl in a small town. She seemed to be a plain, normal girl. During the day, people at the market would not even look at her twice. She was polite, quiet, and smart. Most people in the town barely noticed her. Those who did notice her could never remember her name. She was just a girl to them. To her father, however, she was special. You see, her father owned a small bakery. He did not enjoy baking. In fact, he hated it. He really wanted to be an inventor. He had all kinds of inventions sitting around the house, collecting dust. After he made one, he moved on to the next. The girl had to keep the bakery open so that her father could have money to invent and to buy food to eat. So, the girl used her talents. What was her talent, you ask? It's very simple. The girl would make one of each item the bakery sold. Then, she would tell that roll, cookie, or cake, "Make twenty more." Before her very eyes, the baked good would multiply until it reached the number she wanted. 7. A reader can tell this selection is fiction because the girl lives in a small town with her dad. the girl makes something magical happen. the passage gives facts about the town. the girl works every day at her dad's bakery.
anonymous
  • anonymous
on here u click attach file for ur profile pic. u roll over your pic. in the upper right corner then u click settings and then click change picture :)
anonymous
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im sorry i gtg
anonymous
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Bye
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bye
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wat

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