5th grade Language

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REPETITION- occurs when a line or a sequence of lines appears more than once.
ASSONANCE-is the repetition of the same or similar vowel sounds in a series of words, usually words with different consonant sounds.


Read the poem, then answer the questions.

1. There once was a filly named Blaze.
2. Who wouldn't come out of the rain.
3. First that filly got soaked.
4.Then she grew hoarse and croaked.
5.Which put out that filly named Blaze.

1. In which lines do you see repetition? He put 1 & 5 (filly named Blaze)

2. What is the example of assonance in the repeated words?

3. What other examples do you see in line 1?

4. What is the example of assonance in line 2?

5. Is there an example in line 3?

6. Is there an example in line 4?

  • 5th grade Language -

    Is this the correct answers?

    1-1 and 5
    2-soaked, croaked
    3-named, blaze
    4-soaked, croaked
    5-first,filly
    6-which,filly

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    2. The repeated words are "filly named blaze." The assonance occurs in "named Blaze."

    3. Line 1 assonance: "was once"

    4. Line 2 assonance: "wouldn't come"

    5. Line 3 assonance: "first filly"

    6. Line 4 assonance: "hoarse, croaked"

  • 5th grade Language -

    This is a great little poem, full of puns and figures of speech.
    First, the filly's name is BLAZE... which is another word for fire.

    The filly is in the rain -- and she gets 'put out'. Does this mean she was upset by the rain, or did the rain put out her 'Blaze'?

    Hoarse could refer to 'horse' OR it could mean her voice didn't work right any more.

    Croaked could mean 'she sounded like a frog' or it COULd mean she stopped working, or even that she died (My truck finally croaked with 300,000 miles on it)

    Pretty complicated poem for fifth grade, huh!

  • 5th grade Language -

    So did we ever figure out if these answers from Ms. Sue are correct? I have this homework tonight and struggling with question #4.

  • 5th grade Language -

    1.lines 1 and 5 2.named and blaze 3.was and once 4.wouldn't and out 5.first and filly 6.hoarse and croaked

  • 5th grade Language -

    1.i and 5 2.named and blaze 3.was and once 4.wouldn't and out 5.first and filly 6.hoarse and croaked

  • 5th grade Language -

    is ms. sue's answers correct i need to know now

  • 5th grade Language -

    yes Mrs. Sues answers are corecct I got an A+

  • 5th grade Language -

    Yaeh Ms. Sue's answers are right

  • 5th grade Language -

    Read the poem and answer the question
    1. There once was a owboy named Ray
    2 who never had that much to say
    3 except or the times
    4. Stampedes topped on a dime
    5 when that cowboy named Ray hollered "hey"
    1 in which lines do you see repetition?
    2 what is the example of assonance in the repeated words?
    3 what other examples of assonance do yo see in line 1?
    4. What is the example of assonance in line 2?
    5. Is there an example of assonance in line 3.
    6. Is there an example of assonance inline 4?

  • 5th grade homework -

    i have this homework too lol.

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