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Rhyme and Structure in Poetry (Grade 7)

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Rhyme and Structure in Poetry

                is the pattern of rhyme in a poem.
  1. Imagery
  2. Rhyme scheme
  3. Symbolism
  4. Metaphor
Words that are very similar on the end but do not truly rhyme are examples of a(n)                .
  1. end rhyme
  2. sight rhyme
  3. true rhyme
  4. slant rhyme
Words that look alike but do not rhyme are examples of                
  1. sight rhyme
  2. end rhyme
  3. true rhyme
  4. internal rhyme
What type of rhyme is being used when there is a rhyming of words with a line of poetry?
  1. exact rhyme
  2. slant rhyme
  3. end rhyme
  4. internal rhyme
Poetry MUST rhyme.
  1. True
  2. False
What type of rhyme can be found in the following lines?

"Macavity's a Mystery Cat; he's called the Hidden Paw -
For he's the master criminal who can defy the Law."
  1. exact rhyme
  2. slant rhyme
  3. end rhyme
  4. internal rhyme
Poetry without regular patterns of rhyme and rhythm.
  1. free verse
  2. narrative
  3. ballad
  4. lyric
Rhythm can be created by meter, rhyme, alliteration and refrain.
  1. True
  2. False
A regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that gives a line of poetry a predictable pattern is                .
  1. meter
  2. rhyme scheme
  3. stanza
  4. line
A line or group of words repeated at key intervals in a poem or song is                .
  1. refrain
  2. alliteration
  3. rhyme scheme
  4. meter
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