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Which is an example of trochaic tetrameter? A. "Friends, Romans, countrymen" B. "Double, double, toil and trouble" C. "Of this dead butcher and his fiend-like queen" D. "If music be the food of love, play on" Trochaic tetrameter is a meter in poetry. It refers to a line of four trochaic feet. The word "tetrameter" simply means that the poem has four trochees. A trochee is a long syllable, or stressed syllable, followed by a short, or unstressed, one. Stresses on a syllable are detected by simply noting which syllable one puts stress on when saying the word.

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  1. anonymous
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    @mjparrish @Missiey @M3GA-BIT3 @FitzIncorporated @zarkam21 @dehelloo @wonderland_11 @nevermind_justschool @brandi03 @PrincestonA @darkdirl111296 @ raymonde20

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    Trochaic tetrameter is a meter in poetry. It refers to a line of four trochaic feet. The word "tetrameter" simply means that the poem has four trochees. A trochee is a long syllable, or stressed syllable, followed by a short, or unstressed, one.

  3. raymonde20
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    cx

  4. raymonde20
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    Hope that helps.

  5. anonymous
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    which one do you think it is

  6. raymonde20
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    Oh, oh oh.

  7. raymonde20
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    Gimme a second.

  8. raymonde20
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    What do you think?

  9. anonymous
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    B.

  10. anonymous
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    B ?

  11. raymonde20
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    Correct sir.

  12. raymonde20
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    Fitz. Don't just tell them.

  13. anonymous
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    Say it out loud, which one sounds like LOUD/soft/LOUD/soft/LOUD/soft/LOUD/soft.

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