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How to Rhyme ‘s Audio Drills

Audio Drills
Jami J.
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Students should gain a better understanding of the rhyme drill examples in How to Rhyme Vol. 1

These videos are for students who have already purchased or borrowed How to Rhyme Volume 1.
As stated in How to Rhyme Vol.1 “HEARING a writer’s own recitation of his/her rhymes is often a more accurate approach than just reading them out yourself.
Get this to hear the audio version of all of the rhyme examples that are written from this point until the next message like this to maximize your comprehension of this lesson being taught. The reason is that poetry often only considers a rhyme to be a rhyme if the ending suffixes match. So, many people are trained to listen for that before they will perceive or consider a set of words to make a rhyme.”

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