There are common tongue twisters that sound almost the same when said correctly. Apart from them, twisting your tongue when you speak quickly. Words or phrases in tongue twisters that sound the same or the same first letter. These twisters in figurative languages are called alliterations.
Alliteration is a type of figurative language, whose words sound almost the same or the first letter of the first word is the same. A repetition of words or phrases that sound the same. You often see alliteration in nursery rhymes, business names, and even tongue twisters.
How to use alliteration? There are a lot of ways to use alliteration. You see it in tongue twisters and even in literary pieces. Poems are good examples of using alliteration and as we know, in poetry, there are some words that will rhyme while others do not.
Businesses that have catchy names, give out more of the audience attraction, since they use alliterations to make their business names unique and pleasing to the senses. An example of a business name is the famous coca cola company, Krispy Kreme and Dunkin’ Donuts.
Poets use alliteration in phrases or in words to follow the rhythmic pattern common in poems. Alliteration and personification are common in poetry, as it helps give a literary meaning for readers to understand. Alliteration helps make the poem clearer in a poetic way.
Using alliteration in tongue twisters is pretty common. Common and famous tongue twisters are good examples of phrases or the first letter words that are repetitive. It is close to impossible to make a tongue twister without using alliteration in it. Examples like Peter Piper and She sells have alliterations.
The best way to interact with the use of alliterations is by making sentences that have alliterations. It can be used either as first letters should be the same, phrases or words that sound the same. As long as the format fits what is considered an alliteration.
In literature and figurative languages, alliteration is considered a series of words, letters, or phrases that would sound the same or would have repetitive first letter sounds. Alliteration is also seen as a group of words. You often encounter alliteration through conversations, tongue twisters, composing songs to make them rhyme or sound the same, in sentences, and the most common one is through nursery rhymes. An example of an alliteration through a nursery rhyme is ring around the rosy. For tongue twisters, Peter Piper.
People use alliterations for different reasons. When you use alliteration from a business point of view, your purpose for the alliteration is to make a catchy but unique name to use as a brand for your business. The goal for that when using alliteration is to stand out, and to to be unique from the rest. This is a good way of using alliteration in business. In literature and prose, alliteration is mainly used in tongue twisters and poems. Using them in your essays will work if you have the right topic to put alliteration in it too.
In business brands, the most common and widely known examples of alliteration are: Dunkin’ Donuts, Coca Cola, Best Buy, Krispy Kreme. You often see them as rhymed phrases or the first letters are the same. In famous poems, you would see poets use alliterations throughout the entire poem to signify the deeper meaning and to follow a format for poems.
When you think of figurative languages, you know for a fact there are a lot of them. One of the most not common ones you can find is alliterations. We know that alliterations are a type of figurative language. They are words or phrases that rhyme. They are also phrases or words that have the same first letter on them. We mostly encounter them in tongue twisters as they are very common examples of alliterations. However, even in famous brands, you would be surprised to know they are also examples of alliterations.