Ok, so you’ve worked through the basic lesson and you want to take it further. The next thing we need to cover is the difference between prominent (or “stressed”) syllables and silent (or “unstressed”) syllables. It’s the same thing that your English teacher was teaching you when you did that Shakespeare lesson on iambic pentameter. In this case, we’re going to use it to figure out how to create long strings of quality multies that flow well. The general rule is this: you have to rhyme with the prominent syllables; you can ignore the silent ones. "flocabuarly"