SATP Terms II Bingo AlliterationIronyAssonanceAlliterationSituational Irony End RhymeRhythmDramatic Irony HyperboleDramatic Irony AssonanceIdiomVerbal Irony RhymeAudience Main Idea/Thesis ConclusionAssonanceIronyInternal Rhyme Situational Irony IdiomAudienceEnd Rhyme Onomatopoeia
SATP Terms II Bingo AudienceRhymeAudienceAssonanceEnd Rhyme Dramatic Irony End Rhyme Main Idea/ Thesis HyperboleSituational Irony RhythmAlliterationIronyIdiom OnomatopoeiaInternal Rhyme IdiomIronyRhyme Main Idea/Thesis ConclusionVerbal Irony HyperboleOnomatopoeia
SATP Terms II Bingo RhymeAssonanceAudienceAlliterationDramatic Irony End RhymeVerbal Irony RhymeIdiomIrony OnomatopoeiaDramatic Irony Main Idea/Thesis RhythmOnomatopoeia IdiomConclusionAlliterationHyperboleInternal Rhyme Situational Irony Internal Rhyme IdiomEnd Rhyme Main Idea/Thesis
Definition #1 A deliberate exaggeration or overstatement used for emphasis or humorous effect and is often used in descriptions. It emphasizes some qualities of a person or thing by exaggerating them. Example : The skin on her face was as thin and drawn as tight as the skin of onion and her eyes were gray and sharp like the points of two picks.
Definition #2 A stylistic device that uses repetition of initial consonant sounds. Example : There is always something left to love. And if you ain't learned that, you ain't learned nothing.
Definition #3 A literary device which presents a conflict between appearance and reality; may be intentional or unintentional on the part of a character, but always intentional on the part of the author.
Definition #4 A stylistic device that uses the repetition of the same or similar sounds in two or more words.
Definition #5 The people who read or hear a message.
Definition #6 A stylistic device that uses rhyme within a single line. Example : Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered weak and weary.
Definition #7 A stylistic device that refers to a construction or expression in one language that cannot be matched or directly translated word-for-word in another language Example : She has a bee in her bonnet.
Definition #8 When the words and actions of the characters of a work of literature have a different meaning for the reader than they do for the characters.
Definition #9 The patterned, recurring alternations of contrasting elements of sound or speech.
Definition #10 A paragraph that brings an essay to a logical end while reinforcing the main idea of the essay and extending the main points.
Definition #11 A stylistic device that uses the repetition of a vowel sound within words. Example : Poetry is old, ancient, goes back far. It is among the oldest of living things. So old it is that no man knows how and why the first poems came.
Definition #12 A sentence that indicates the purpose of the composition and makes clear what aspects of the topic will be discussed. Focuses attention on the main idea..
Definition #13 A type of rhyme that occurs at the ends of the lines in a poem. Example : Whose woods these are I think I know, His house is in the village, though;
Definition #14 A stylistic device that uses words that initiate sounds. Example : buzz, hiss, murmur, rustle, thumped, cracked, etc.
Definition #15 A stylistic device that uses words that initiate sounds. Example : buzz, hiss, murmur, rustle, thumped, cracked, etc.
Definition #16 The use of language to express the opposite of its literal meaning. It is often the writer's expression of awareness of a contrast between what is and what ought to be and used for the purpose of mockery or jest.
Definition #17 A situation where in the actual outcome is found to be way far from expected result. As the reader starts reading the story, he predicts the end of the story, but after completely reading the story, he is surprised to know a different end (outcome), which wasn't expected.