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Can you please check these sentences for me? Thank you very much.


1)Nature is personified.
2)The humans (or people, human beings) don't have time to observe her beauty as cows an sheep do.
3) We don't have time to turn at Beauty's glance and see how her feet can dance.
4) The poet wants to convey (???) the beauty of nature. We don't have time to stare her beauty.
4) Stanzas can have rhymes and a certain rhythm.
5) A poem is made up of lines, that is rows of words on a printed page.
6) The rhyme is the use of words with the same ending sound.
7) Originally poetry was an oral art.
The lines are grouped into stanzas.
The use of words with the same sounds at the end of a line form a rhyme.
8) THe most common foot in English poetry is the iamb, an unstress-stress pattern. There is also the dactyl: two stress pattern followed by an ustress one.
9) Lines and stanzas are parts of the layout.
The main elements of poetry are the metre, the rhyme, the rhythm and the layout. These elements determinate (?) the difference between poetry and prose.
The second most common foot in English poetry is the trochee.

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  1. 1 - OK

    2 - Humans don't have time to observe her beauty as cows and sheep do.

    3 - OK

    4 - The poet wants to convey the beaury of nature. And then I don't understand the second sentence here.

    4 - OK

    5 - OK

    6 - Delete "The"

    7 - OK

    8 - ... There is also the dactyl: two stressed syllables followed by an unstressed one.

    9 - Lines and stanzas are parts of the layout.
    The main elements of poetry are metre, rhyme, rhythm, and format. These elements determine the difference between poetry and prose.
    The second most common foot in English poetry is the trochee.

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