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SS2: ENGLISH - 3RD TERM

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Two or more words are said to rhyme when they have the same end sound. For example, the word cow /kaʊ/ rhymes with the word now /naʊ/ because both end with the same sound /aʊ/. Similarly, the word bath /ba:θ/ rhymes with the word path /pa:θ/.

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