Sentence and Word Structure
A repetition of an initial sound in two or more words?
What is an example of an alliteration in literature?
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Repetition of initial consonant sounds?
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What are poetic devices in poetry?
There are alot of poetic devices in poetry. some of them are - Alliteration -- the repetition of initial consonant sounds in a line of verse Assonance -- the repetition of internal vowel sounds Onomatopoeia - a word or phrase that imitates the sound it describes Rhyme -- the repetition of similar sounds, usually at ends of words Rhythm -- a regular pattern or beat often found in poetry (easily identified by reading the poem aloud) Repetition -- repeating words or lines for effect others are metaphors, similes, and personification they are used to make poetry more interesting. *sorry that the fonts are so random!
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What is the answer to this question repeating of two or more words that start with the same consonant sound?
The repetition of the same beginning consonant sound for words spaced close together in a sentence is know as alliteration. i.e. Sally sells sea shells down by the sea shore. The repetition does not need to be the first consonent, however. Consider: Pretty Pink and PurPle Poodles Proudly Pranced uPon the Promenade during the PuPPy Parade. (note the words purple, upon and puppy)
Does Tangerine have any Alliteration in it?
Examples of poetic devices?
Alliteration - The repetition of initial consonant sounds. Assonance - The repetition of vowel sounds. Imagery - Words or phrases that appeal to any sense or any combination of senses. Metaphor - A comparison between two objects with the intent of giving clearer meaning to one of them. Often forms of the "to be" verb are used, such as "is" or "was", to make the comparison. Meter - The recurrence of a pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. Onomatopoeia - The use of words which imitate sound. Personification - A figure of speech which endows animals, ideas, or inanimate objects with human traits or abilities. There are many more, but those are just a few basics.
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How does repetition enhance the meaning and beauty of the message?
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The repetition of the letter S at the beginning of three words in a row in a poem is an example of?
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What type of poetry is the repetition of similar sounds that comes at the ends of lines of poetry?
How do you make an alliteration starting with your own name?
What can alliteration be defined as?
In language, alliteration refers to the repetition of a particular sound in the first syllables of a series of words or phrases. Alliteration has historically developed largely through poetry, in which it more narrowly refers to the repetition of a consonant in any syllables that, according to the poem's meter, are stressed, as in James Thomson's verse "Come…dragging the lazy languid Line along".
What are some things that have to do with consonance?
(1) The repetition, at close intervals, of the final consonants of accented syllables or important words, especially at the ends of words, as in blank and think or strong and string. (2) The repetition of identical or similar consonants in neighboring words whose vowel sounds are different (e.g. coming home, hot foot). The term is most commonly used, though, for a special case of such repetition in which the words are identical except for the stressed vowel sound (group / grope, middle / muddle, wonder / wander); this device, combining alliteration and terminal consonance, is sometimes known more precisely as 'rich consonance,' and is frequently used in modern poetry at the ends of verse lines as an alternative to full rhyme (aka. half‐rhyme). Consonance may be regarded as the counterpart to the vowel‐sound repetition known as assonance. The adjective consonantal is sometimes ambiguous in that it also means, more generally, 'pertaining to consonants.' (3) A pleasing combination of sounds; sounds in agreement with tone. Also, the close repetition of the same end consonants of stressed syllables with differing vowel sounds.
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What does a rhyme mean in poetry?
A rhyme is repetition of words that sound similar. You can group rhyming words such as: cook, book, look, etc. In a poetry, It would be a sentence followed by another with two words that rhyme, occurring at the end of the sentences. Ex. I think of you often in the fondest way; I cherish you more than I ever could say.
A poem using assonance metaphor simile imagery and alliteration?
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How do you determine words that rhyme?
Rhyming is the repetition of sounds in two or more words or phrases. Here are some examples; the words, "Boy", "Coy" and "Toy" all rhyme, they all end in "oy". Not all rhyming words end in the same letters, what is essential to a rhyme is that the sound at the end of the words is the same, for example; "Mane", "Drain" and "Campaign" all rhyme but none of them have common spellings.
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What is the poetc name is this called more than word beginning with the same sound on a line?
What is Repetition of data structure?
REPETITION means repeating, or using same thing again and again. It refers to usage of same thing many a times. Example: @ There is repetition of letter 's' in the word 'Mississippi '. @ In this song, the repetition of chorus is more than needed. @ Repetition of first answer will help you memorize it. ==