I can't really give you an example but endstopped means having ounctuation at the end of a line so basically most of the poems have endstopped in them as they have commas, fulls tops etc.
yes and no. If you were stating it in speech, for example : "The planet is Venus." You could get away with it. However if yu were writing it in an essay, it would be considered a fragment (it doesnt flow), and you would need to add to it or change the words. If you were writing using endstopped lines, like: 'She looks up at the sky. The planet is Venus' that woud be alright. It really depends on where you use it.
The effect of end-stopped lines varies depending upon the poem and the intentions of the poet.Generally, end-stopped lines slow down the pace of the poem by adding pauses, therefore making it seem more thoughtful and dwelling.Basically, they are the opposite of enjambement. If Enjambement creates a more carefree and 'chatty' effect, then end-stopped lines create the opposite of this - more constructed etc.One point to note is that it also depends on the type of punctuation used. Plenty of commas does give a conversational tone, whereas more full stops can give a more clipped and bleak feel.In an exam, you can often make up a suitable reason. For example, if the poem is about lonliness, the endstopped lines may emphasize this, giving a bleak feel and reflecting the dwelling thoughts of the speaker. However, if the poem is about someone who is happy i.e. the opposite, you can write that the poet uses endstopped lines to give a calm tone, and the poet is emphasising the fact that she does not want time to pass etc. Ok bad examples but try it.
*Straight Lines - Horizontal line - Vertical line - Broken line - Wavy line - Dotted line - Zigzag line - Diagonal line - perpendicular line - parallel line *Curved Lines - Concave line - Convex line - Spiral line
A line of best-fit.
A straight line, a telephone line, a shipping line, a fishing line.
A line intersect is a point on a line where another line or object crosses the line.
If there is an actual physical line on the floor, and you are on it, then you are on line. If you are in a line of people, you are in line. If you are in a line of people, and also standing on a physical line on the floor, then you are both in and on line. If there is a group of people, standing in a line, and you are standing on top of the group of people standing in line, then you are standing on line.
Line L is parallel to line n.
The London Subway has 11 lines. Bakerloo line, Central line, Circle line, District line, Hammersmith & City line, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line, Northern line, Piccadilly line, Victoria line and Waterloo & City line.
In geometry a line is thought of as extending infinitely in both directions. A line segment is part of a line.
it snaps the line. ex. _______ ______ see the space, with line snapping the secong line will attach itself to the nearest line giving you a line like this ________________ that's what line snapping is.