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rethorical devices difference between quality newspaper and tabloid analysis of an article

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Englisch alliteration allusion analogy anaphora antithesis emotive language emphasis enumeration exaggeration figurative language metaphor quotation repetition -literary devices consonants, especially at the beginning of words repeated, Belly Botter bought some butter" reference in literary work to another (or theme in) literary work comparison to something that is quite different Repitition of words at beginning of neighbouring sentences two opposite ideas in a sentence → contrast (I love cars. I love singing. I hate dancing) language used to create empathy, refer to emotions. stress placed on certain words / passages to make them seem more important number of points set out in a list making something seem. language using images. One thing is represented by a word which normally describes something else. Something that a person has said or written Single words or phrases that appear several times. greater, bigger, worse etc. than it actually is that must be translated to be understood. in one text broadsheet layout: long headline long paragraphs none/ few pictures pictures are objective / don't provoke on opinion composition: structured long sentences lots of information per paragraph language style & syntax: serious & formal language. headline: fairly long fairly complex sentence structure, subclauses can include interviews by professionals, involved choice of words: large number of difficult words. mainly standard English, technical terms neutral / formal language informative, neutral already answer formal, no grammatical omissions not too big print target group & appeal: attracts through topicality some of S-W-questions written for demonding reader (middle/upper class reader) orientation: largely objective /...

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many points of view problem-oriented layout: letters big lot of pictures (large) banner headline + subheading different types of print composition: Short sense units. headline: I choice of words: paragraphs often only 1-2 sentences. paragraphs regardless of sense language style & syntax: less subclauses, simple sentences simple sentences (many quotations) tabloid grammatical sometimes slang, low standard. attractive words attention, signal words Standard + colloquial English, few difficult words emotivestyle omissions many eye-catching elements. alliteration target group & appeal: orientation: one-sided eye-catching capital letters, subheading → emotive verbs / adjectives less demanding reader, not interested in Details " human interested" → personal aspects. opinion and person oriented Analysis... -introduction: title, author, date, where it was published -non fictional -summary: briefly sum up most important aspects. authors intention -main part: relationship between style and content effects created by structure, language, register, style and tone finish: sum up your findings no own opinion, unless it is the task

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Englisch alliteration allusion analogy anaphora antithesis emotive language emphasis enumeration exaggeration figurative language metaphor quotation repetition -literary devices consonants, especially at the beginning of words repeated, Belly Botter bought some butter" reference in literary work to another (or theme in) literary work comparison to something that is quite different Repitition of words at beginning of neighbouring sentences two opposite ideas in a sentence → contrast (I love cars. I love singing. I hate dancing) language used to create empathy, refer to emotions. stress placed on certain words / passages to make them seem more important number of points set out in a list making something seem. language using images. One thing is represented by a word which normally describes something else. Something that a person has said or written Single words or phrases that appear several times. greater, bigger, worse etc. than it actually is that must be translated to be understood. in one text broadsheet layout: long headline long paragraphs none/ few pictures pictures are objective / don't provoke on opinion composition: structured long sentences lots of information per paragraph language style & syntax: serious & formal language. headline: fairly long fairly complex sentence structure, subclauses can include interviews by professionals, involved choice of words: large number of difficult words. mainly standard English, technical terms neutral / formal language informative, neutral already answer formal, no grammatical omissions not too big print target group & appeal: attracts through topicality some of S-W-questions written for demonding reader (middle/upper class reader) orientation: largely objective /...

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many points of view problem-oriented layout: letters big lot of pictures (large) banner headline + subheading different types of print composition: Short sense units. headline: I choice of words: paragraphs often only 1-2 sentences. paragraphs regardless of sense language style & syntax: less subclauses, simple sentences simple sentences (many quotations) tabloid grammatical sometimes slang, low standard. attractive words attention, signal words Standard + colloquial English, few difficult words emotivestyle omissions many eye-catching elements. alliteration target group & appeal: orientation: one-sided eye-catching capital letters, subheading → emotive verbs / adjectives less demanding reader, not interested in Details " human interested" → personal aspects. opinion and person oriented Analysis... -introduction: title, author, date, where it was published -non fictional -summary: briefly sum up most important aspects. authors intention -main part: relationship between style and content effects created by structure, language, register, style and tone finish: sum up your findings no own opinion, unless it is the task