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Rhyme
I spy with my little eye. This is an example of rhyme.

Rhyme

Words whose endings sound similar to the endings of other words can be used to form rhymes. For example: 'wish-dish-fish-finish'. In this quiz, we are only going to deal with end rhymes. Don't worry if you don't know the meanings of all the words: just concentrate on the rhyme.

Rhymes are a fun way to play with words. Many poems and song lyrics rhyme. Of course, the most obvious rhymes are nursery rhymes.

Hey diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
The cow jumped over the moon
The little dog laughed
To see such sport
And the dish ran away with the spoon

Take your time to hear the rhyme! You might find it easier to say the words out loud.

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1.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
soap-cope-elope-?
dupe
sole
hope
mole
soap-cope-elope-hope
2.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
man-clan-pan-?
run
hun
ran
sun
man-clan-pan-ran
3.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
help-kelp-whelp-?
gulp
yelp
yell
bell
help-kelp-whelp-yelp. Apparently, these are the only words that form an end rhyme with 'help'
4.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
box-clocks-knocks-?
peacock
rock
sock
socks
box-clocks-knocks-socks
5.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
book-cook-rook-?
hooks
stools
tool
brook
book-cook-rook-brook
6.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
hole-pole-role-?
goal
moles
hall
droll
hole-pole-role-goal
7.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
deep-peep-reap-?
peat
heat
keeps
keep
deep-peep-reap-keep
8.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
toy-boy-coy-?
play
ply
ploy
plop
toy-boy-coy-ploy
9.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
deer-fear-hear-?
pair
clear
air
share
deer-fear-hear-clear
10.
Choose the fourth word that best completes the end rhyme.
wet-bet-debt-?
meet
met
head
keeps
wet-bet-debt-met
Author:  Frank Evans

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