Rhyme is the repetition of the final sounds of words. This repetition typically occurs when the sounds from the last stressed vowel onward coincide.
The chronicle is interpreted information about current events where a past event is narrated that is related to a current one; in other words, drive and play with time. It is a journalistic genre that counts the days and years that go by describing important events.
An epilogue summarizes the main points of the speech, poem, or other work.
Vulgarisms: A vulgarism is a word, phrase, or expression that is considered crude, offensive, or impolite, often containing strong language, explicit content, or references to taboo subjects.
Words can be classified based on the number of syllables they contain. Here, we’ll explore disyllabic words and their stress patterns.
A cardinal adjective is an adjective used to express a precise quantity or number. It represents the actual count of items rather than their order or position. Cardinal adjectives are used to answer the question "how many?" or "how much?" For example, "two books," "five apples," and "ten fingers" all use cardinal adjectives to specify the exact quantity of items.
"Used to" is a construction in English that is used to express habitual actions and states in the past that no longer occur in the present. It translates as "yo solía".