Alliteration Sentences?


Alliteration is a literary device in which a specific sound is repeated in a series of stressed syllables. Recognizing alliteration and writing your own alliterative sentences is easy.

To get you started, we've gathered a list of example sentences that heavily feature alliteration: Suzy sells seashells by the seashore; Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers; Alana argued against the addition; Organize the offers before ordering out; and Dizzy ducks delight in dreary days. Getting the hang of it? Go ahead and give it a try yourself! Just remember, any two syllables can be alliterative, so you don't even need an entire sentence to create alliteration. Once you know how to recognize it, you'll find alliteration all around.
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1. Examine the sentences you want to convert and decide which initial sound to use for the alliteration. If you are trying to add dramatic affect, there may be a particular sound
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Alliteration is a sentence in which most or all of the words begin with the same letter. For example: 'Fred found friends in France.' Another example would be: ...
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