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I forgot to include the following statements. Thank you.

1) You are fast like a lighning. Better: You are as fast as lightning.
2)Is it possible to write: "I didn't correct this paragraph because it was your first draft. You re-wrote it neatly (?) on your foolscap paper. (See correction on the foolscap paper)
3)Lines are grouped into (in?) stanzas and the particular pattern sound (?) of a poem is called rhythm.
4) The iamb is an unstressed-stressed foot. (Correction: the iamb consists of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed one. Or The iamb is a two-syllable foot in an unstress-stress pattern. OK?)

  • English -

    1. fast like lightning (check your spelling) OR fast like a lightning bolt (bolt of lightning)
    2. yes, possible
    3. Lines or The lines...?


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