Metaphorical (or Figurative) language - e.g. Metaphor, simile, personification, irony, symbolism, oxymoron etc., Phonological or Sound Patterning - e.g. Alliteration, assonance, consonance, onomatopoeia, rhyme/half rhyme etc., Colloquial - The language of everyday, casual conversation (e.g. "ain't"), Modifiers - Words that give us extra information about other words (e.g. adjectives and adverbs), Field - The topic of subject being written or spoken about. ____ has an important bearing on the vocabulary used. , Lexical Field - A group of words with associated meanings or subject (e.g. piano, guitar, violin --> music), Genre - A class or category of text (e.g. prose, poetry, drama),




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