Lilly B.

asked • 05/25/15

Substituting in Iambic Pentameter Poem Help

Could someone please assist me in writing this?  It's not going so well for me on my own.
 
Write five pairs of lines, each in perfect iambic pentameter except for one foot, in which the substitution supports the meaning. Substitute only in the second lines of the pairs, letting the first line establish the groove clearly.
 

Pair #1: substitute a spondee
Pair #2: substitute a trochee
Pair #3: substitute a pyrrhic
Pair #4: substitute an anapest
Pair #5: substitute a dactyl

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Matt H. answered • 05/25/15

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PATIENT :-) Elem/Middle MATH and WRITING; HS SAT and COLLEGE ESSAYS!

Claire S.

Splendidly done. 
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