A saying that contains a truth
the repetition of the sound of a vowel in poetry
repetition of internal or ending consonant sounds
telling how two things are different from one another
The first person is called I, the author is telling the story from their view.
two or more words that have different spelling and different meanings but have the same sound, like new and knew
Writing for newspapers or magazines
A group of words from a text or speech that is said again by someone that is not the original author or speaker.
A point of view where the narrator says "you" instead of I or he/she
a 14 line poem that expresses a feeling
An object that represents something else
a chart that records data in rows and columns to show results
a narrative or story
A word or phrase
It is like saying "Jordan is hungry" and "Matthew is not" using words like "he" or "they" instead of "I" and "we"
Your way of viewing things (perspective)
a way of writing something that sound like you wrote it
writing from all around the world