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  1. To begin with, as the person above mentioned, you need to learn how to come up with a rhyme. And very quickly.�

    After that, for any word (except for words like “girl” and “purple”), your brain can find 5-6 rhymes in a second. Your goal is to choose the simplest words and avoid verb rhymes.�

    Now, when you want to convey a particular idea to the viewer, draw it out with some kind of filler – empty words that can be addressed to everyday things, surrounding objects, bundles that you see. At this time, pick up a rhyme in your head that can become a continuation of the story you told.

    That's it – you're amazing.

  2. As a child, I did not pronounce very many letters, my speech therapist gave me tasks to read as many words as possible backwards to the front and then immediately back. I don't know how much this will help you freestyle, but thanks to these classes, I started to pronounce all the letters, and very often rhymes for different words were born. This is absolutely serious.

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