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Metrical rhythm generally involves precise arrangements of stresses or syllables into repeated patterns called feet within a line. In Modern English verse the pattern of stresses primarily differentiate feet, so rhythm based on meter in Modern English is most often founded on the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables (alone or elided ). [37] In the classical languages , on the other hand, while the metrical units are similar, vowel length rather than stresses define the meter. [38] Old English poetry used a metrical pattern involving varied numbers of syllables but a fixed number of strong stresses in each line. [39]

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Metrical rhythm generally involves precise arrangements of stresses or syllables into repeated patterns called feet within a line. In Modern English verse the pattern of stresses primarily differentiate feet, so rhythm based on meter in Modern English is most often founded on the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables (alone or elided ). [37] In the classical languages , on the other hand, while the metrical units are similar, vowel length rather than stresses define the meter. [38] Old English poetry used a metrical pattern involving varied numbers of syllables but a fixed number of strong stresses in each line. [39]

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Metrical rhythm generally involves precise arrangements of stresses or syllables into repeated patterns called feet within a line. In Modern English verse the pattern of stresses primarily differentiate feet, so rhythm based on meter in Modern English is most often founded on the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables (alone or elided ). [37] In the classical languages , on the other hand, while the metrical units are similar, vowel length rather than stresses define the meter. [38] Old English poetry used a metrical pattern involving varied numbers of syllables but a fixed number of strong stresses in each line. [39]

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