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  1. Sound Devices Alliteration--repetition of the initial (beginning) sounds of words Assonance--repetition of vowel sounds of words Consonance--repetition of consonant sounds of words Eye Rhyme--words that look as if they should rhyme but do not (cough/enough/bough, most/lost, move/love, laughter/daughter, flood/brood, lint/pint) Half rhyme/near rhyme/slant rhyme-words that almost rhyme-sound alike but not entirely from the stressed syllable to the end (Katie/shady, soul/oil/foul, taut/sat/knit, stopped/wept, parable/shell, dry/died, grown/moon)

  2. Malapropism--misuseof a word by putting a wrong word that sounds similar in place of a word (French benefits/fringe benefits, Leaning Tower of Pizza/Leaning Tower of Pisa) Onomatopoeia--words that imitate the sounds made the “objects” they describe Pun--uses double meanings or homophones to make a joke Rhyme-words sound the same from their stressed syllable to the ends of the words End rhyme--rhymes found on the last words of lines Internal rhyme--rhymes within a line of poetry Rhyme scheme--pattern or rhyme in a poem, usually shown by AABB markings Word repetition--a word or phrase is used throughout the poem in similar or different ways