Who in nursery rhyme land could 'eat no fat'?
"Jack Sprat could eat no fat . . ."
It is sinful to eat food that is forbidden per Islam religion. It is the responsibilty of the chidren parents to tell the nursery school not to offer forbidden food to their Muslim children. It is also the responsibility of the nursery school responsible not to offer Islam forbidden food to Muslim children.
The usual use of rhyme involves the last word in a line, for example, "Roses are red, That's what I said." But you can have words that rhyme within a line (hence are internal) for example, "The light of day, The bright of noon" "I was sad because my dad, Made me eat every beet." (although here, they could be AABB using shorter lines)
I doubt it.....whales live in the ocean and moose on land. Whales tend to eat things from the ocean. If a whale suddenly sprouted legs and could live on land....there might be a possibility that it could eat a mooose. I still doubt it though haha! yes i do agree syd15 but it depends on what sort of whale you a talking about?! a blue whale the biggest thing it can eat is a watermelon...
Mary Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, And pretty maids all in a row And Tom Tom, Tom, the piper's son, Stole a pig, and away did run; The pig was eat And Tom was beat, And Tom went crying [or "roaring", or "howling", in some versions] Down the street