Oxford Children’s Rhyming Dictionary PDF

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A new look, new cover and new way to enjoy rhymes and poetry, with the "Oxford Children’s Rhyming Dictionary". For use in the classroom or at home, it contains inspiring poems by John Foster and quirky illsutrations. Alphabetically arranged, there are over 3,000 rhyming words to help children write their own poems, riddles and nonsense verse. Ages: 7+

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It is especially prevalent in the UK, Ireland and Australia. The form is made clear with the following example. The rhyming phrase „apples and pears“ evolved to mean „stairs“. Following the pattern of omission, „and pears“ is dropped, thus the spoken phrase „I’m going up the apples“ means „I’m going up the stairs“.