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Onomatopoeia

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keaton bortz

on 9 January 2013

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Transcript of Onomatopoeia

Onomatopoeia Onomatopoeia-words that sound like the action or thing they describe or represent. The use of imitative and naturally suggestive words for rhetorical or poetic effect. The naming of a thing or action by vocal imitation. Wow Examples bang
bash
beep
buzz
boom
ding
fizz burp
hiss
hoot
howl
moan
mutter
plop slash
thud
splosh
squawk
tweet
snip
smack woof
zip
zing
zoom
whop
yelp
whirr zap Reasons Onomatopoeia's should be used Boom It stimulates the readers imagination. It can turn a story or poem into something more memorable. It makes life more exciting. It gives an idea of sound and effect. Smack How reading and writing is enhanced It makes reading very exciting by putting an onomatopoeia in the sentence. It helps tell whats going on and how the characters react and it makes for a very exciting story phew
yikes
clap
clink
clang
twang
slurp pitter-patter The End
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