Is this “assonance” with the vowel i

Is this “assonance” with the vowel i

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  1. A⁣nswer i⁣⁣⁣s i⁣⁣⁣n a p⁣⁣⁣hoto. I c⁣⁣⁣ouldn't a⁣⁣⁣ttach i⁣⁣⁣t h⁣⁣⁣ere, b⁣⁣⁣ut I u⁣⁣⁣ploaded i⁣⁣⁣t t⁣⁣⁣o a f⁣⁣⁣ile h⁣⁣⁣osting. l⁣⁣⁣ink b⁣⁣⁣elow! G⁣⁣⁣ood L⁣⁣⁣uck!


  2. I think it is considered as assonance.


    Because i is repeated in the words "is infrequent and inside"

  3.  An assonance is the repetition of the sound of a vowel, or of a dipthong, so i believe the answer is the first one. Hope this helped! (:

  4. Yes. it comes from the vowel I in the words solitude, is, and infrequent. this is a repetitive use of the same short vowel sound

  5. A) Repetition of vowel sounds in a line of poetry.

    Explanation: In poetry or literature in general, assonance is a literary device that consists in the similarity in sound between two syllables that are consecutive or close together, this similarity is produced by the same vowels but different consonants. It can be an alternative to rhymes. In literature we can find countless examples of assonance, an example is "Hear the mellow wedding bells" by Edgar Allan Poe.

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