I can wait for Frozen 3. How about you?
What are all of the different rhyme schemes
End Rhymes. Rhyming of the final words of lines in a poem. ...
Internal Rhymes. Rhyming of two words within the same line of poetry. ...
Slant Rhymes (sometimes called imperfect, partial, near, oblique, off etc.) ...
Rich Rhymes. ...
Eye Rhymes. ...
End Rhymes. Rhyming of the final words of lines in a poem.
Internal Rhymes. Rhyming of two words within the same line of poetry.
Slant Rhymes (sometimes called imperfect, partial, near, oblique, off etc.)
The rhyme scheme of this poem can be determined by looking at the end word in each line. The first line ends in the word 'star', and the second line ends in the word 'are'. Because the two words rhyme, they both are given the letter 'A'.
To counteract the apparent distortions of perspective in the Parthenon, the architects who designed it actually created a(n)-------- illusion.
The architects who designed it actually created an "optical" illusion.
An optical illusion is a illusion affecting the visual framework and described by a visual precept that seems to contrast from the real. When we see a thing, the manner in which we see things in a particular territory varies essentially relying upon our angle and perspective. To neutralize it, numerous designers make an optical Illusion and it will invalidate the impact of the distortion.
Which musical elements were questioned in the modernist movement?
Gustave courbet was a french painter associated with which movement?
Meeting at Night"The gray sea and the long black land;And the yellow half-moon large and low;And the startled little waves that leapIn fiery ringlets from their sleep,As I gain the cove1 with pushing prow2,And quench its speed i’3 the slushy sand.Then a mile of warm sea-scented beach;Three fields to cross till a farm appears;A rap at the pane4, the quick sharp scratchAnd blue spurt of a lighted match,And a voice less loud, thro’5 its joys and fears,Than the two hearts beating each to each..—Robert Browning1 A cove is a small inlet from the sea.2 A prow is the front end of a boat.3 i’ is short for in.4 Pane refers to a windowpane.5 Thro’ is short for through.Each stanza in this poem has six lines. Which lines rhyme within each stanza? What is the main idea of this poem? In ordinary language, describe the mental pictures you get from the first stanza. In the first stanza, why do you think the poet says that little waves look like “fiery ringlets”? What does the last line of the poem tell you?
The first and last lines rhyme, the second and fifth lines rhyme, and the third and fourth lines rhyme.
It’s about a man hurrying to meet with one he loves.
The first line creates an image of a gray ocean. The land looks black because it’s night. The second line presents a picture of a half-moon low in the sky. It may seem large since it’s near the horizon. The third and fourth lines give the readers a mental picture of waves that are probably caused by the boat moving through the water. The last line gives a mental image of the boat beaching on wet sand.
It could be that the waves made by the passing boat reflect the moonlight.
Two hearts “beating each to each” suggests that the couple are lovers meeting after a time apart.
Which is an accurate statement regarding the frequency of a wave? A low pitch will have a low frequency
A high pitch will have a high amplitude
A high pitch will have a low frequency
A low pitch will have a low amplitude
(A) A low pitch will have a low frequencyEXPLANATION:
Most of the musicians use the pitch instead of frequency. Frequency and pitch both are directly proportional to each other. A shorter wavelength has a high frequency and a high pitch. For longer wavelength it is vice versa, that is, the longer the wavelength the higher the pitch and frequency.
A low pitch will have a low frequency
evaluate your ability to succeed in grade 12 by referring to the study skills that you apply that will help you to succeed
What are the primary colors? A.
red, green, and blue
red, blue, and yellow
red, white, and blue
red, green, and yellow
Answer: B - Red, Blue, and Yellow
Primary colors are those that can't be made by mixing other colors. Red, blue, and yellow can't be made by mixing colors.
A. Green can be made by blue and yellow - secondary color
B. Correct answer
C. White is the presence of all colors
D. Green again