Direct address - When it sounds as if the writer is speaking directly to the reader, Alliteration - When the words start with the same sound of letter for effect, Facts - Something that is true, and there is evidence to proof it is true., Opinions - Someone's view or thoughts, Rhetorical questions - When the reader is not expected to answer. They usually make you think, Emotive language - Creates a strong emotion in the reader, Exclamations - Can make writing seem exciting or urgent, Statistics - Bits of information described using numbers, Rules of three - List of three things which emphasise a main point, Repetition - When a single word or phrase is repeated for effect,

Language features (Functional Skills English Level 1)




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