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Literature 3^ - Iamb
englishforfun - Mer Ott 31, 01:13:18
A metrical foot consisting of an unaccented syllable (noted by "x") and an accented or stressed one (noted by "/"). For example:
Iambic is the most common metrical measure in English verse. A line from Christopher Marlow serves to illustrate:
x / x / x / x /
Come live | with me | and be | my love.
Quite often an iambic pentameter (an iambic line of 10 syllables--five feet consisting of two syllables each) is slightly irregular, for instance the opening line of Frost's "Mending Wall":
x / x / x / x / x /
Something | there is | that does | n't love | a wall.
Stihl 026 - Lun Mar 31, 20:12:40
Ragazzi vi ringrazio, mi siete stati davvero d'aiuto per l'nterrogazione di Giovedý
englishforfun - Ven Mag 23, 18:15:41
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