Literary Terms- Poetry (Meter & Rhythm) Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Systems Performance: Author's IntroductionTop 10 Writers Who Disowned Their Own Work 21 thoughts on “Literary Terms- Poetry (Meter & Rhythm)” Really brilliant, thank u very much ma'am, but pls the line you took of Shakespeare shall I, plssss tell me more about this line how many meter in the whole line bcz I am little bit confused to count the meter while I utter the line Reply Great Reply mam you are the best 🌻 Reply Mam..plz make a video on major literary terms from the NET point of view. Reply Wow.. Thank you so so much! Reply Thank u mam for explaining so vividly Reply Mam pls make a video on scansion 🧡 Reply Very nice… Thank you Mam 😊 Reply Thank U mom it's just awesome Reply On video screen there is wrong definition. ..bt you explain very well …. Reply It was an engaging and enlighting video.. Reply Thank you very much ma'am I was struggling to understand them but now I understand Reply I am confused about *dactylic*.Could u repeat it,mam. Reply Mam pls tell me where do I start preparation for eng net from? Reply Awesome explanation mam Reply great… Reply Excellent…I have search more n more vedios on metre bt ur vedio is awesome n body language is too good Thanku mam Reply Very easy way !r u student of vineet pandey? Reply Very nice Reply India needs tutors like you!Thank you ma'am for making Literature so interesting by explaining effectively these important topics.Keep teaching….👍😊 Reply Thank you! You have explained it so well 👍 impressed! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.