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Exact Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme
Transcript of Exact Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme
rap and hip-hop. Exact Rhyme: and... Exact Rhyme is when two words match both the vowel sounds and consonant sounds to form a rhyme.
time/dime, dig/pig, line/mine, blew/flew, sand/band
Another type of exact rhyme is called rich rhyme which occurs when two words that sound the same (homonyms) are rhymed with each other.
bow/bough, blue/blew, raise/raze, threw/through Exact Rhyme is sometimes also called:
In your work...
After writing your raps or poetry slams you should identify exact rhyme by circling them on your paper.
If you discover that you have any rich rhymes, use a highlighter to mark those circles. Slant Rhyme A slant rhyme is when two words rhyme by sharing only a vowel sound OR by sharing only a consonant sound.
Some slant rhymes by sharing vowel sounds are:
heart/star, thumb/gun, mouth/frown, sick/mist
Some slant rhymes by sharing consonant sounds are:
brick/branch, milk/walk, thirst/past, shoot/shake Slant Rhyme is sometimes also called: imperfect
oblique In your work... After writing your rap or poetry slam, you should identify any slant rhymes you find by putting a box around the words that rhyme.
After boxing the slant rhymes, you should identify how the words create a slant rhyme by highlighting or underlining the shared vowel or consonant sounds.