- Created by: Vishesh Dawar
- Created on: 21-12-10 15:46
Noun- A noun is a place, person or thing. For example: Anna took the dog to the park.
There can be different types of nouns such as Abstract Nouns.
Verbs- A 'doing word' which is an action. For example: James fell in the hole.
There can be different types of verbs such as Imperetive Verbs.
Adjectives- An adjective describes nouns. For example: The movie was great.
There are different types of adjectives such as Indefinate Adjectives.
Adverbs- An adverb describes verbs. For example: The ball moved slowly through the air.
There are differnt types of adverbs such as Adverbs of Manner.
Personification- Personification is describing inhuman things as human. For example: The palm tree waved.
There are different types of Personification such as Ordinal Personofiaction.
Onomatopoeia- Onomatopoeia is the sound used for a word. For example: I heard the bees buzzing.
There are different types of onomatopoeia such as Direct Onomatopoeia.
Simile- A simile is to describe two unlike things together which is seperated with either 'like' or 'as' . For example: John was as big as an elephant or John leaped like a frog.
There are different types of simile such as an Epic Simile.
Metaphor- A metaphor is to describe to unlike things together which is seperated by 'is'.
For example: Liam is a lion. One type of a metaphor is a Mixed metaphor.
Alliteration- Alliteration is a string of words which begin with the same sound. For example: The smoking sausage sizzled.
There are many types of alliteration such as assonance and consonance.
Hyperbole- A hyperbole is when something is over-exaggerated. For example: The fish I caught was one milimetre bigger than yours so I thrashed you.