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the words 'prove and above' are examples of rhyme called(a)exact (b) half (c) eye (d)...

the words 'prove and above' are examples of rhyme called(a)exact (b) half (c) eye (d) slant?

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EmX
6 months ago
Answer is D.

Slant.

Slant Rhymes (sometimes called imperfect, partial, near, oblique, off etc.)
Rhyme in which two words share just a vowel sound (assonance – e.g. “heart” and “star”) or in which they share just a consonant sound (consonance – e.g. “milk” and “walk”). Slant rhyme is a technique perhaps more in tune with the uncertainties of the modern age than strong rhyme. The following example is also from Seamus Heaney’s “Digging” :

Between my finger and my thumb
The squat pen rests; snug as a gun 

Malik
6 months ago
A) exact/perfect rhyme
Perfect rhyme - Sometimes called exact, full or true, this rhyme is the typical rhyme where the ending sounds match. Examples are cat and hat, egg and beg, ink and pink, boo and true, soap and dope.
isaaq
6 months ago
Answer B) half

Half rhyme or imperfect rhyme, sometimes called near-rhyme, lazy rhyme, or slant rhyme, is a type of rhyme formed by words with similar but not identical sounds. In most instances, either the vowel segments are different while the consonants are identical, or vice versa.
delibee
6 months ago
A) exact/perfect rhyme
Perfect rhyme - Sometimes called exact, full or true, this rhyme is the typical rhyme where the ending sounds match. Examples are Bat and Fat, Beg and Leg, thin and tin
Perfect rhyme - Sometimes called exact, full or
true, this rhyme is the typical rhyme where the
ending sounds match. Examples are cat and
hat, egg and beg, ink and pink, boo and true,
soap and dope.
mhizzlee
4 months ago
Eye rhyme - The rhyming in this type is based on spelling and not sound. Examples are: move and love, cough and bough, food and good, death and wreath.
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