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Read the line of poetry and label it as either iambic, dactylic, trochaic, or anapestic. Identify the ending of the line as feminine or masculine. But I have promises to keep a. anapestic b.
dactylic c. trochaic d. iambic Ending: . a. feminine b. masculine
trochaic and the line is feminine.
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User: Read the line of poetry and label it as either iambic, dactylic, trochaic, or anapestic. Identify the ending of the line as feminine or masculine. But I have promises to keep a. anapestic b. dactylic c. trochaic d. iambic Ending: . a. feminine b. masculine

Weegy: trochaic and the line is feminine.
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User: Read the line of poetry and label it as either iambic, dactylic, trochaic, or anapestic. Identify the ending of the line as feminine or masculine. For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams a. dactylic b. trochaic c. anapestic d. iambic Ending: . a. feminine b. masculine





Weegy: It is Iambic, with a feminine ending.
Expert answered|MABOO11|Points 583|

User: Read the line of poetry and label it as either iambic, dactylic, trochaic, or anapestic. Identify the ending of the line as feminine or masculine. Dost thou know who made thee? a. dactylic b. iambic c.trochaican d.apestic Ending: .a. feminine b.masculine

Weegy: It is trochaican with a masculine ending.
Expert answered|MABOO11|Points 583|

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