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This story has a lot of rhyming words, as a poem does. Can you write out some parts of it like a poem, so that the rhymes come at the end of separate lines? - English

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This story has a lot of rhyming words, as a poem does. Can you write out some parts of it like a poem, so that the rhymes come at the end of separate lines?

For example:

Patrick never did homework. “Too boring,” he said. He played baseball and hockey and Nintendo instead.

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Solution

  • He had a little wool shirt with old-fashioned britches and a high tall that much like a witch’s.
  • Save me! Don’t give me back to that cat I’ll grant you a wish. I promise you that.
  • He kicked his legs and doubled his fists and scowled and pursed his lips.
  • “Help me! Help me!” he would say. And Patrick would have to help in whatever way.
  • Here, sit down beside me, you simply must guide me.
  • Elves know nothing of human history, to them it’s a mystery.
  • So the little elf, already a shouter, just got louder.
  • As a matter of fact, every day in every way the little elf was a nag Patrick was working harder than ever, and was it a drag!
  • As for homework, there was no more, so he quietly and slyly slipped out the back door.
  • Patrick got his A’s; his classmates were amazed, his teachers smiled and were full of praise.
  • Cleaned his room, did his chores, was cheerful, never rude, like he had developed a whole new attitude.
Concept: Reading
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NCERT Class 6 English - Honeysuckle
Chapter 1.1 Who Did Patrick’s Homework?
Writing | Q 1 | Page 13
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