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Simple Sensory Language And Sound Devices

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  • 1. Simple Sensory Language and Sound Devices
    To add details, writers will use different types of sensory language. Read the description of each below, and try writing some of your own. Which is your favorite?
    Alliteration: Using the same consonant sound again and again to get the reader’s attention- This is sometimes like a tongue twister.
    Ex: Several silly sheep slept sideways.
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    Simile: Making a comparison using like or as
    Ex: My brother is as mean as a snake.
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    Metaphor: Making a comparison without using like or as
    Ex: My dog was a monster eating everything in his path!
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    Personification: Giving a human characteristic to something that isn’t human
    Ex: The sun kissed the cheeks of the children.
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    Onomatopoeia: Sound words
    Ex: Boom, Bang, Pop, Crash, ZZZiiip!
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