anaphora - repeating the same phrase over and over again at the start of a sentence or idea, rhetorical question - a question asked in order to make a point rather than get an answer, juxtaposition - putting two unlike things close together to draw attention, imagery - descriptive language that appeals to the five senses, analogy - comparison of two unrelated objects to show what they have in common, metaphor - a direct reference to one thing by mentioning "is/were/are", alliteration - repeating the first letter/sound at the beginning of several words in a row, parallelism - when a sentence structure/phrase is repeated over and over again across sentences, irony - expressing what you mean by saying the opposite, satire - using humor/ridicule to call attention to something in society that needs to be changed,





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