What is the effect of onomatopoeia?
the effect of onomatopoeia, is that it creates a harsh tone. It is a sound, but used language wise. The reader will understand the meaning of the poem more.
Onomatopoeia has the effect of emphasis. Words will tell what is happening and what the imagery is, but onomatopoeia helps a reader or listener to "enter" the poem more completely in the imagination, by helping the reader to "hear" the sounds that would be present. In other words, onomatopoeia has the effect of enhancing the reader or listener's imagination. This is generally true whether the onomatopoeia is recognized or not.
Well, Onomatopoeia is a literary device, or what you can call a literary term,. "Onomatopoeia - the formation and use of words that suggest, by their sounds, the object or idea being named or the imitation of natural sounds by words such as "bang" or "buzz." It is a figure of speech and is especially useful for rhetorical effect." This information is from: http://www.enotes.com/literary-terms/onomatopoeia Hope that Helps!
Onomatopoeia: EXAMPLES (Boom, Boom, Boom) Onomatopoeia is a word that repeats 3 or at least more times. This word must be a sound effect.. so when you say(Boom, Boom, Boom) it is a sound effect! For More Questions on This Topic.. Ask your teacher to review it with you!! I hoped this has helped you!! Thank You
No. Onomatopoeia is the adjective used to describe a word that is a sound. For example: Oink is an onomatopoeia, and so is moo. So the actual word "onomatopoeia" is not a verb, but the words that it describes can be. Onomatopoeia could also be a noun. "The cow made a strange onomatopoeia."="The cow made a strange noise"