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Two mice once lived inside a clock; Their names were Pit and Pat; They'd sneak around the house at night and play with Bob the cat. 1. Read this poem out loud. How many beats are there in the first line? (Hint: Each time a syllable sounds stronger than the others, that's called a beat.) four three five six

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    Pam I am Small but sweet As a sparrow That likes to tweet Pam I am Your newest friend True to you Until the end Pam I am I live next door Yes, you have Seen me before Pam I am Let's go to play In my house What do you say? Passage 2 I am Pam. I am little and sweet. You may think of me as a sparrow that likes to tweet. I am your newest friend. I will be true to you until the end. I live next door. You might have seen me before. Let's go to play in my house. What do you say? 1. How are these passages different? Passage 1 has short lines. Passage 2 repeats "Pam I am." Passage 2 has one stanza.

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