Phonetic SDs and phono-graphical EMs

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At the last lecture we discussed about Phonetic SDs and graphical EMs. Also, we studied how distinguish them in the sentences. They are: Rhyme is the repetition of identical ending sound combination...

At the last lecture we discussed about Phonetic SDs and graphical EMs. Also, we studied how distinguish them in the sentences. They are: Rhyme is the repetition of identical ending sound combination. F.e: might-right.  Rhythm is the repetition of similar sound stressed and unstressed syllables in poetry. F.e:The curfew tolls the knell of parting day.  Alliteretion is repetittion of similar consonant sounds to impart a melodic effect to an utterance. F,e: spring, sudden and sentence.  Assonance is repetition of similar vowel sounds to impart a melodic effect to an utterance. F.e: appear and mean, gain and brain. Onomatopoeia is the combination of speech sounds imitating these produced in nature by people and animals. It splits into 2 types. They ar: Direct and Indirect. F.e: buzz and splish-splash downhill. Graphon is the itentionak word combination graphical shape violation used to reflect authentic pronunciation. F.e: No-o I don't think so.   Italics is sloping letters used for to show foreign words and to produce the effect of emphasis.It shows different feelings and emotions. F.e: He seemed  to want people to dislike him.  Capitalization is some common nounswritten with capital letters. F.e: "WILL YOU BE QUIET" he bawled. Hyphenetion is the reflection of rhymed manner in which a word is uttered. F.e: I really do n-o-t agree with you!

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