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Exact Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme

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Ashley Gilbert

on 12 January 2013

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Transcript of Exact Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme

Exact Rhyme vs. Slant Rhyme ...how they appear in modern day
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.

Such as...

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.

Such as...

bow/bough, blue/blew, raise/raze, threw/through Exact Rhyme is sometimes also called:
full rhyme
perfect rhyme
true rhyme

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.
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