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Language analysis

 Language analysis
choice of words
element
using comparatives and superlatives
using strong or emotive words (e.g. heartbroken,
bloodbath...

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Language analysis choice of words element using comparatives and superlatives using strong or emotive words (e.g. heartbroken, bloodbath...) rhetorical strategies element quoting experts and authorities, e.g. scientists, politicians making claims instead of evidence-based arguments, e.g. by introducing statements with No one can deny that without a doubt.../ It is not surprising that... using humour and irony, e.g. by making fun of a situation/commenting humorously on something stylistic devices element including personal statements of people affected by to add a personal touch, to make it easier for the the issue at hand reader to identify with a story alliteration allusion anaphora effect antithesis to exaggerate points or to draw attention to extremes to appeal to the reader's emotions, to make them feel positively/ critically of something effect to back up one's statement and to make the author seem more reliable and credible to present opinions as facts or as points that are beyond criticism to ridicule unacceptable/ strange/... behaviour, to make an article more light-hearted and entertaining definition and example words beginning with the same letter or sound, e.g. "false forgeries" sth. that is said and refers to another person or subject in an indirect way, e.g. ❝a King who took us to the mountaintop" (US President Barack Obama in a speech, alluding to Martin Luther King) the repeating of identical words or phrases at the beginning of a sentence or a line, e.g. "Nobody hurt you. Nobody turned off the light" the opposition of ideas, words or phrases, e.g. "Fair is foul, and foul...

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is fair" effect helps to enrich the poetic effect to arouse the reader's interest to emphasise a thought or a claim to express and underline a conflict or to heighten the intensity of feeling element ellipsis metaphor extended metaphor onomatopoeia parallelism personification repetition rhetorical question similie definition and example leaving out words deliberately, e.g. "Therefore I'll lie with her, and she [will lie] with me" a word or phrase used to describe sb/sth else in a way that is different from it's normal use, e.g. "the eye of heaven" a metaphor extended over several lines, e.g. "All the world's a stage, and all the men and woman merely players" words that sound like their meanings, e.g. the word "cuckoo" representing objects, concepts, etc. as humans, e.g. “Make war upon this bloody tyrant time" deliberately repeating words or phrases a question which expects no answer, e.g. "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" effect a word or phrase that compares sth to sth else using the words like or as, e.g. "My love is like a red, red rose" to give a statement more emphasis or to make a text stylistically more conversational/ lively the repetition of sentence structure, e.g. "Some say thy fault aspects or viewpoints is... Some say thy grace is..." to create an image in the readers mind which makes the description more powerful engages the audience intellectually to add emphasis and make a text more lively may be used to contrast certain to underline certain qualities in an object, concept, etc. to enrich meaning and emotional appeal direct address of the reader, often intended to influence him or her to create an image in the reader's mind which makes the description more powerful

Language analysis

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Verena Richter

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 Language analysis
choice of words
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using comparatives and superlatives
using strong or emotive words (e.g. heartbroken,
bloodbath...

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Language analysis choice of words element using comparatives and superlatives using strong or emotive words (e.g. heartbroken, bloodbath...) rhetorical strategies element quoting experts and authorities, e.g. scientists, politicians making claims instead of evidence-based arguments, e.g. by introducing statements with No one can deny that without a doubt.../ It is not surprising that... using humour and irony, e.g. by making fun of a situation/commenting humorously on something stylistic devices element including personal statements of people affected by to add a personal touch, to make it easier for the the issue at hand reader to identify with a story alliteration allusion anaphora effect antithesis to exaggerate points or to draw attention to extremes to appeal to the reader's emotions, to make them feel positively/ critically of something effect to back up one's statement and to make the author seem more reliable and credible to present opinions as facts or as points that are beyond criticism to ridicule unacceptable/ strange/... behaviour, to make an article more light-hearted and entertaining definition and example words beginning with the same letter or sound, e.g. "false forgeries" sth. that is said and refers to another person or subject in an indirect way, e.g. ❝a King who took us to the mountaintop" (US President Barack Obama in a speech, alluding to Martin Luther King) the repeating of identical words or phrases at the beginning of a sentence or a line, e.g. "Nobody hurt you. Nobody turned off the light" the opposition of ideas, words or phrases, e.g. "Fair is foul, and foul...

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is fair" effect helps to enrich the poetic effect to arouse the reader's interest to emphasise a thought or a claim to express and underline a conflict or to heighten the intensity of feeling element ellipsis metaphor extended metaphor onomatopoeia parallelism personification repetition rhetorical question similie definition and example leaving out words deliberately, e.g. "Therefore I'll lie with her, and she [will lie] with me" a word or phrase used to describe sb/sth else in a way that is different from it's normal use, e.g. "the eye of heaven" a metaphor extended over several lines, e.g. "All the world's a stage, and all the men and woman merely players" words that sound like their meanings, e.g. the word "cuckoo" representing objects, concepts, etc. as humans, e.g. “Make war upon this bloody tyrant time" deliberately repeating words or phrases a question which expects no answer, e.g. "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" effect a word or phrase that compares sth to sth else using the words like or as, e.g. "My love is like a red, red rose" to give a statement more emphasis or to make a text stylistically more conversational/ lively the repetition of sentence structure, e.g. "Some say thy fault aspects or viewpoints is... Some say thy grace is..." to create an image in the readers mind which makes the description more powerful engages the audience intellectually to add emphasis and make a text more lively may be used to contrast certain to underline certain qualities in an object, concept, etc. to enrich meaning and emotional appeal direct address of the reader, often intended to influence him or her to create an image in the reader's mind which makes the description more powerful