When the poet establishes a pattern of rhyme, usually marked by letters to symbolize correspondences, the reader can identify

A. internal rhyme.
B. rhyme scheme.
C. rhythm.
D. meter.

2 Answer

  • the answer is B

    have a good day

  • Answer:

    B: rhyme scheme


     A rhyme scheme is a regular pattern of rhyme at the end of the line of a poem. This pattern is demonstrated by the use of letters (beginning with "A") indicating the lines in a poem that rhyme with each other. For example:

    [...] have you any wool ?  A

    [...] three bags full !  A

    [...] one for the dame B

    [...] down the lane.  B