If the stroke affects brain areas which are important for language, then the language functions can be partially or fully lost.
Rhyme The ends of words have the same sound. Usually at the ends of lines in poetry, but may be internal within a line. Can tie together the middle and ends of verses. Rhythm A regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables.
Alliteration Repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning of words- usually close in succession.
Draws our attention to this phrase. Creates a harder or softer mood in line with the meaning. Assonance Vowel Sounds are repeated at the beginning or middle of nearby words.
Repetition of vowels generally gives a soft, quiet, calm mood unless the sounds are the short vowels; e. Onomatopoeia Words sound like the sounds they name.
Parallel Construction Using the same word class order twice in same or two sentences. Choice of words vocab Using more unusual, specialized or technical words.
Sometimes more unusual words provide more specific meaning than common ones. Use of slang Most likely used in direct speech. Use of direct or indirect speech Quoting or reporting spoken words. Symbolism Use of an object concrete noun to represent some emotion or belief system or other abstract noun.
Euphemism Use of a less objectionable or harsh expression to avoid upsetting or offending people. Neologism New word-an invented word. Emotive language Choice of words which have been specifically chosen to invoke an emotional response in the reader - The attitude and emotions of the author are made clear to the reader.Tamil Language (by Prof.
M. Varadarajan) Old Dravidian In the historical past Proto-Dravidian was spoken throughout India.
When the Turanians and the Aryans came to India through the Khyber and the Bolan Passes respectively, and mingled with the local population of the North, the North Indian languages of Proto-Dravidian origin changed to a great extent.
For the past decade, social studies, history, government, geography, and civics have been relatively neglected subjects in our school systems.
Because they are not required to be tested through the No Child Left Behind legislation, these subjects have appeared less.
This means identifying the language features used and explaining their effect. This will get clearer when you read the examples. Let us discuss more than 10 techniques that everyone should know.
Language features and their effects Use this checklist: • to understand the ways in which writers gain impact in their writing • to use various features in your own writing (creative and. Language features and their effects Use this checklist: • to understand the ways in which writers gain impact in their writing • to use various features in your own writing (creative and transactional, as well as for your oral presentations) in order to craft your writing and gain impact • to help you achieve unit standards which require you to explore language and think critically about.
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