Alliteration

25 Mar

It’s Tuesday, so it’s time to learn another little trick (a “literary device”) to make your English text more interesting.

Look at this sentence: “curious cats can catch a cold.” You’ll notice that most words start with the same sound, “c”. This technique is called “alliteration”.

Here are some more examples:

English - alliteration

Find out about other interesting tricks (“literary devices”) here:

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