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What is alliteration? Get the definition and examples, and learn more about the difference between alliteration, consonance, and assonance.
What is figurative language? Get the definition and examples, and explore the various types of figurative language, including simile, metaphor, and hyperbole.
A metaphor draws a direct comparison between two seemingly unrelated ideas. Used in many forms of writing as well as other forms of creative expression, metaphors can add meaning.
Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it's describing. When you come across an onomatopoetic word, you can hear the sound of the word that is described.
What is a thesis statement? Get the definition, examples, and required elements, and learn how to structure a strong thesis statement.
What is a hypothesis? Get the definition, examples, and information about the required parts of a hypothesis as well as the different types.
The dash is one of those punctuation marks that many people have seen throughout their lives but have probably given little thought about how it’s really supposed to be used.
What is a synonym? Get the definition and examples of synonyms found in various parts of speech, and learn why writers use them and where to find them.
What is a preposition? Get the definition, learn about the types of prepositions, and find a list of over 50 preposition examples.