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Diction is what determines a poet's a. words and phrases. b. rhyme and meter. c. structure and sound. d. subject and theme.

Jodi Brooks

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Carlton Burgess on April 11, 2019

The correct answer is A. Diction is the term used to describe a poet of words and phrases. This is in reference to the written word, however, and should not be confused with the diction used to describe the way in which words are pronounced, for example, if a poet were to read your work aloud.

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