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Vocabulary list to know for exam 2:Scansion: Analysis of stressed and unstressed symbols. Alliteration: The repetition of speech sounds – vowels or consonants – in a sequence of nearby words. Metrical foot: A combination of two or three stressed and/or unstressed syllables like the four types below.Iambic: U/Trochaic: /UAnapestic: UU/Dactylic: /UUSpondaic: //Pyrrhic: UUMixed line vs. dominantAccentual Meter: Strong-stressed meter, it employs strongly stressed syllables.Rising meter: Strong stress on the last syllable.Falling meter: Ending with an unstressed syllable.Duple meter: Iambic and Trochaic metrical feet. ?Triple meter: Anapestic and Dactylic metrical feet. ?Monometer: Having only one foot.Dimeter: Two Trimeter: ThreeTetrameter: FourPentameter: FiveHexameter: SixEnd-stopped: When a line in a stanza’s period is positioned at the end of the line.Enjambment: When a line in a stanza ends in the middle of a line.Caesura: Double Bar, indicates a pauseEnd rhymes: Rhyming that occurs in the syllable of the last word in a line.Internal rhymes: Rhyming that occurs in words that are inside the poem’s lines, not at the end of lines.