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by Christina Rossetti

Up-Hill: The Feats of Feet True or False

1. "Up-Hill" is written in which meter? -> iambic tetrameter with pentameter variants
2. An iamb is best described as sounding like what? -> DUMda
3. Ballad meter traditionally alternates between having x and y beats per line -> 4 and 3
4. The rhythm of "Up-Hill" is best described as what? -> iambic pentameter
5. A trochee is a kind of -> rhyme scheme