What is a poem called when the 1st and 2nd lines rhyme and the 3rd and 4th lines rhyme?
An AABB pattern poem.
The formal name is "rhyming couplets"
It means the 1st and 2nd lines (out of 4 lines) rhyme, and the 3rd and 4th rhyme as well.
There just AB AB rhyme patterns. It means the 2nd and 4th lines rhyme. The 1st and 3rd lines rhyme.
This is done by assigning a letter to each line within a stanza (group of lines), where lines having the same letter designation would rhyme within the stanza. Examples could be ABAB or AABB or ABCABC. ABAB would indicate that the 1st and 3rd lines rhyme, as do the 2nd and 4th. AABB would indicate that the 1st and 2nd lines rhyme, and the 3rd and 4th lines rhyme. Various forms of poetry have their… Read More
The rhyme scheme of the poem ia aabbcc. 1st stanza along/song stream/dream sing/ string 2nd stanza along/song tide/bride sing/string
Here is an example of a limerick: There once was a dragon named Pete, People were what he liked to eat, He attacked the town, Ate everyone he found, Then died from eating too much meat. Remember the rhyme sceme for limericks is: A A B B A (The last word of the 1st,2nd, and 5th lines rhyme. The last words of the 3rd and 4th lines rhyme.)
Hush a bye baby. Best historical records show a young pilgrim wrote this rhyme after seeing how Indians hung their infants on tree branches. This is throught to be the 1st poem created on American soil.
The rhyme pattern of a limerick is AABBA. A limerick is a 5 line poem with the rhyme scheme AABBA. The 1st, 2nd, and 5th lines have three feet, the 3rd & 4th have 2 feet. It is typically written in a triplet meter - i.e. anapaestic or amphibrachic. The following example has the stressed syllables highlighted and the feet divided by "/", so you can see the meter (1, 2 & 5 are amphibrachic… Read More
It is a three line Japanese Poem. The 1st and 3rd lines have 5 syllables and the 2nd line has 7 syllables.
Each verse consists of 5 lines. The first 2 lines have to have enough syllables to be counted as 4 beats each (3 beats in which your saying something, then a 1 beat pause). The 3rd and 4th lines count as 2 beats (with little pause between), and finally there's one last line that's counted as 4 (in the same fashion as the first 2). The first, second, and fifth lines will all rhyme with… Read More
A haiku consists of 3 lines. The 1st line has 5 syllables, and the second has 7, the third has 5 again. A haiku poem is usually about nature.
it is called this because it has elements and it is categorized into periods. All the elements placed in an order that every 8th element matches with the its 1st element, in behalf of their chemical properties. All the elements placed a vertical lines have similar chemical properties and ascending or descending in physical properties. vertical lines are called groups. horizontal lines are called periods.
It is a common rhyme scheme used in poetry, when the 1st and 3rd line rhyme and the 2nd and 4th line rhyme.
A limerick is generally in the format where the first, second, and fifth lines rhyme with each other and the third and the fourth rhyme with each other (aabba). Most of the time the 1st, 2nd, and 5th lines have three feet of three syllables each; while the shorter third and fourth lines have only two feet of three syllables each. While this can be easily modified, it is still the standard form. Example: The… Read More
The lines that are drawn in white from home to 1st and home to 3rd, and in both cases all the way past the two bases to the outfield walls, are called the foul lines. There is no line drawn on the field from 1st to 2nd, nor 2nd to 3rd.
It is a 5 line poem with the rhyme scheme AABBA. The 1st, 2nd, and 5th lines have three feet, the 3rd & 4th have 2 feet. It is typically written in a triplet meter - i.e. anapaestic or amphibrachic. The following example has the stressed syllables highlighted and the feet divided by "/", so you can see the meter (1, 2 & 5 are amphibrachic, 3 & 4 anapaestic): : There once was /… Read More
depending on the grade of the formula they can be called lines - 1st degree -, hyperbole - 2nd degree -, ... generally speaking all of them are called splines.
In a heiku poem there are 3 lines 1st line has 5 syllables 2nd line has 7 syllables 3rd line has 5 syllables. Example: Yesterday was so cool I went to school Singing all the way!
1st paragraph 8 lines & 2nd paragraph 6 lines totally 14 lines
Poetic Devices: Repetition: "Once upon a time" in the 1st and last lines Similie:"..conforming smile like a fixed potrait smile." Metaphor: "Ice-block cold eyes" Sarcasm:"feel at home!" "come again"
There is no actual line drawn between 1B and 2B or between 2B and 3B. The chalked lines between home plate and 1B and home plate and 3B are called the foul lines, and they extend all the way to the outfield fence. There are vertical poles where the foul lines touch the outfield fence, and they are called the foul poles. But the foul lines and the foul poles are in fair territory. There… Read More
venus and adonis
DLTK Kids has these to print in B&W or Color with the 1st verse or whole poem at the link below
Yes,it is given that draw a rectangle with 3 lines so..1st draw a rectangle then put 3 lines inside in it....!!
poems are broken up into STANZAS
three lines and 17 syllables. 1st line- 5 syllables 2nd line- 7 syllable 3rd line- 5 lines
the back lines (2) 1st 3rd and then the 2nd third so possibly 4 or 5
If you want to get the lines straight in poptropica here are all of the steps: click the 1st 3rd and the 4th one
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The poem " The School Boy" was written by William Blake, it is part of his " Songs of Innocence" published in 1789. In the poem the poet talks about a child that wakes up in the morning and all the hapiness he feels disapears when he realizes that he has to go to school. The main theme is the sorrow that the boy feels having to go to school, when he wants to enjoy… Read More
1st stanza: ABCB 2nd stanza: ABCB 3rd stanza: ABAB 4th stanza: ABAB
Someone (don't remember author's name) wrote that poem for maintain global harmony. Normally, people find it difficult to adjust with others owing to cultural and nationalistic differences. This poem aims at them and tells them to utilize the similarities. It aims at solving interpersonal barriers. Hence the 1st line says so. NO MEN ARE FOREIGN, NO COUNTRIES STRANGE
January 1st 1982
it was about the death of George Whitefield. A Tale of Two Men Who Nearly Drowned at Sea.
clef tells you which lines and spaces are which notes. There are 3 clefs: treble, alto, and bass, Treble and bass are the most used, alto is rarely used. In any clef, there are a set of 5 lines and 4 spaces in between the lines. In treble clef, the lines are named E, G, B, D, F, the spaces are named F, A, C, E. In bass Clef, the lines are named G, B… Read More
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The term "voice" can refer to the rhetorical stance of the poem (1st/2nd/3rd person, etc.).
Thomas Alba Edison recited the 1st stanza of which poem to test his invention of phonograph in 1872?
Mary had a little lamb
Thomas alva Edison recited the 1st stanza of which poem to test his invension of phonograph in 1872?
Mary had a little lamb
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draw a square within the circle then draw a straight line between the two sets of opposite corners and where those lines cross is where the center of the circle is. pick ne 3 points on the perimenter of the circle..... join the 1st point to the 2nd wit a straight line & the 2nd point to the 3rd.... bisect these 2 lines with a compass or simply find the midpoint of the lines.... if… Read More
Being 'perpendicular' would require the lines to be at 'right angles' to each other... So, if working in a 2-dimensional setting, the joining of 3 perpendicular lines would not be possible. If working in a 3-dimensional setting, the answer would be 12. Four from the intersection of the 1st and 2nd lines, four from where the 3rd line intersects initially, and four from where the 3rd line leaves the intersection.
A monologue given by an actor in which he or she reveals his or her innermost thoughts to the audience?
That is called a soliloquy, I should know, we were studying Shakespeare in English. Richard III Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by the son of York And all the clouds that loured upon our house In the deep bosom of the ocean buried Those are the 1st 4 lines of a soliloquy. Richard III Give me another horse! Bind up my wounds! Have mercy, Jesu! Soft, I did but dream… Read More
I think there is one, yet you might have to be a 1st years or a third year at Hogwarts. You might have lines or you would have to be just a person on there but with no lines.
The only "bridge" in the tomb at Giza is across the Scorpion Pit. When you reach the doorway, there are 4 lines on the wall (-|--) that indicate the floor inside the scorpion chamber. To walk above the pit, all four lines have to be sideways (----). You can do this by pressing each of the sideways lines (1st, 3rd, 4th) exactly once, and when you have, all 4 lines will be sideways (----). Otherwise… Read More
1st, 2nd, and with special emphasis on 3rd person speech.
searc on Google "farmhand James k baxter" click the 1st result that shows up.
One kind of meter is the beat of a poem. Example: A haiku. It has 5 syllables in the 1st line, 7 in the 2nd, and 5 in the 3rd.
If 15 points are arranged on a circle how many lines are needed to join every point to every other point once?
The 1st dot will need 14 lines. The 2nd will need 13 since we have already joined the 1st to the 2nd. The 3rd will need 12. The 4th will need 11. etc etc 14 + 13 + 12 + 11 + 10 + 9 + 8 + 7 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 105 lines.
They played a couple of new songs at two shows they played on the 31st of July/1st of August 09. They're called Kiss The Ring, The Drugs, and Death Before Disco. You can find them on Youtube, just search "new MCR songs at The Roxy". (Something along those lines anyway..)
Lines: 4y-2x = 7 and 5y-3x = 6 Multiply the 1st line by 5 and the 2nd line by 4 So: 20y-10x = 35 and 20y-12x = 24 Subtract the 1st line from the 2nd line: 2x = 11 => x = 11/2 Through substitution both lines intersect at: (11/2, 9/2)