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Question 1: It also serves as a powerful ________ device, facilitating memorization.
MnemonicEidetic memoryMemoryEmotion and memory

Question 2: Medieval poetry may mix Latin and ________ languages.
VernacularDiglossiaEnglish languageGerman language

Question 3: Rhyming in the ________ takes a drastically different course from most other Western rhyming schemes despite strong contact with the Romance patterns.
Pan-CelticismCeltic languagesCeltsCeltic nations

Question 4: ________
SyllableEnglish languageGeneral AmericanList of English words without rhymes

Question 5: ________ is mostly alliterative verse.
SermonEpic poetryOld English literatureEngland

Question 6: The other rhyme and related patterns are called nai (________), toṭai (epiphora) and iraṭṭai kiḷavi (parallelism).
AlliterationApproximant consonantAssonanceConsonant

Question 7: The word "rhyme" may also refer to a short poem, such as a rhyming couplet or other brief rhyming poem such as ________.
Cock RobinBaa, Baa, Black SheepNursery rhymeChildren's song

Question 8: Mixing languages in verse or rhyming words in different languages is termed ________.
Macaronic languageMultilingualismFrench languageEnglish language

Question 9: In ________, unlike in English, it is common to have "identical rhymes", in which not only the vowels of the final syllables of the lines rhyme, but their onset consonants ("consonnes d'appui") as well.
Medieval French literatureAmerican poetryFrench poetryFrench Renaissance literature

Question 10: A rhyme is a repetition of similar sounds in two or more words and is most often used in ________ and songs.
PoetryLyric poetryLiteratureNovel
















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