countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
Please help me someone The line, "O masters, lords, and rulers in all lands," is an example of trochaic pentameter. True False
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countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
can u help me @Lilly_Jarzen
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm let me see hold on
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sorry but I don't know this one. :'(

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countrygirl1431
  • countrygirl1431
its ok thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
I found this:Pentameter is a literary device that can be defined as a line in verse or poetry that has five strong metrical feet or beats. There are different forms of pentameter: iamb, trochaic, dactylic and anapestic. The most commonly used pentameter in English is iambic. It also can be described as a line consists of ten syllables, where the first syllable is stressed, the second is unstressed, the third is stressed and so on until it reaches the 10th line syllable. For instance, “Shall I com PARE thee TO a SUM mer’s DAY?” So if you know what trochaic means then you should be able to figure it out. Hope this helps! \(^_^)/

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