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Take Alliteration and Rhymes - The Mixed Quiz ( Scores )
What do you know about this topic? Play this mixed game to try a little bit of everything!
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Fun With Tongue Twisters.. Let's think about them!

We all love to try and say them but what are we actually talking about?
Average (10 qns)
scheimer
Oct 21 08
1641 plays
2
Rhyming Compounds and Phrases - Part Two

You are given the first part of a current standing phrase. It's up to you to find the second half which always creates a rhyme-effect with the first. Example: Q.: Might is _______ A: right.
Very Easy (10 qns)
flem-ish
Jan 22 02
5841 plays
3
Rhyming Compounds And Phrases

Even those of us who are not poets occasionally express themselves in rhyme. You are given the first half of a rhyming combination. You fill out the missing part. Example: Question:See you later, ______. Answer: alligator.
Very Easy (10 qns)
flem-ish
Jan 22 02
7599 plays
4
More Easy Alliterations

Few things could be more basic for 'euphony' in English expressions than alliterative effects. Try these.
Easy (10 qns)
flem-ish
Mar 13 02
5151 plays
5
Sops, Pops and Stops

I'll give you a clue for ten words all with similar sounds and you select the correct words for each. Have fun.
Easy (10 qns)
Creedy
Jul 23 12
507 plays
6
Alliterative Idiom.

Somehow communication seems to work better when the message is carried across via a form of sound repetition e.g. alliteration, or repetition of initial consonants in stressed syllables. All the answers in this quiz alliterate with the rest of the idiom.
Average (10 qns)
flem-ish
Jan 25 02
4104 plays
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