Poets especially like to use alliteration because it adds sound quality to their poems, but you too can use alliteration occasionally in your paragraphs or essays to add freshness and style.
Be careful of using too many because it can distract your reader from your ideas. Here are some examples of alliteration:
Here are some silly tongue twisters using alliteration:
Now, underline the alliteration in the following sentences:
Now it’s your turn. Try writing 5 sentences using alliteration. Try some serious ones and some funny ones like the tongue twisters. Show them to your teacher for feedback. Good luck.
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