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    Default It makes rhyme..?

    I made a sentence 'It makes rhyme with other products such as iPad and ipod.

    I think the part 'It makes rhyme' is wrong.

    How can I make the sentence correct?




    add) Ipad, Ipod,Iphone have 'I' so I think the words match each other.

    How can I say?
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    Default Re: It makes rhyme..?

    Quote Originally Posted by yjso21 View Post
    I made a sentence 'It makes rhyme with other products such as iPad and ipot.

    I think the part 'It makes rhyme' is wrong.

    How can I make the sentence correct?
    "It rhymes with other products such as iPad and ipot."
    Note: this is impossible. If something rhymes with iPad, then it doesn't rhyme with ipot.

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    Default Re: It makes rhyme..?

    Quote Originally Posted by yjso21 View Post
    I made a sentence 'It makes rhyme with other products such as iPad and ipot.

    I think the part 'It makes rhyme' is wrong.

    How can I make the sentence correct?
    You can't make it correct, probably because "rhyme" isn't what you mean. What are you trying to say?

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    Default Re: It makes rhyme..?

    I would guess that you're looking for a word that means something works with products such as the iPad and the iPod (not iPot). Perhaps it is compatible with ...?

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    Default Re: It makes rhyme..?

    Either that, or 'the word fits the same pattern as words such as ...'? Basically we can't correct it because we don't know what you're trying to say.

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