Iambic Pentameter in Romeo and Juliet?

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The iambic pentameter is used in Romeo and Juliet. It is clear in most acts. It is an common in Act 1 of the play. This is referred to as a line with 10 syllables.
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But, soft! what light through yonder window breaks? (Iambic pentameter is a line with 10 syllables)
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Example: But, soft, what light through yon-der
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Nikitha, He doesn't stick to it all the way through! Much of it is in iambic pentameter, but not all of it. Despite this dominant structure, there are many other poetic structures
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Let us remember that an iambic pentameter is a line of blank verse that has ten syllables and a regular rhythm that can be expressed as "de-dum de-dum" and so on with the
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