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Lit. Device/Spelling

alliteration the repetition of similar sounds,usually consonants or consonant Ex. purple pickle
metaphor a comparison between two unlike things Ex. The black cat is a poem.
onomatopoeia when the word is the sounds and the sound is the word Ex. gurgle, bloop, pow, pur
rhyme the repetition of sound in two or more words or phase Ex. cat, rat
simile a comparison between two things using such, like,as or than Ex. The black cat is like a horrible nightmare
The Floss Rule In a one syllable base word immediately followed by a short vowel the final f, s, or l is doubled. Ex. stuff, miss, full
Short Vowel Rule Vowels make a short sound when a syllable ends in a consonant and has only one vowel.
Irregular Word Spell captain
Irregular Word Spell forfeit
Irregular Word Spell laugh
Irregular Word Spell plaid
Couplet A stanza composed of two lines
Created by: daniellepmmfs