Examples of a jargon            

examples of a jargon

Jargon is a language that isn’t used in ordinary conversation. When people talk about jargon, they usually mean ‘professional’ or ‘technical’ jargon. Experts have developed a language that ordinary people don’t understand because they need to communicate with one another in ways that are unclear to the rest of us. Group and Technical jargon A … Read more

Examples of an anagram      

An anagram is a form of wordplay, the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once; for example, the word anagram can be rearranged into nag a ram. The longest anagram in English is “snots” (of “snits”), spelled with … Read more

What is Verbal Irony Example

what is verbal irony example

A person who speaks with irony can say one thing but mean the opposite. It is called verbal irony. It is an exciting technique that people typically use to get their point across. It’s a fun way to convey humor. There are two major types of verbal irony: dramatic (in which circumstances turn out the … Read more

Example of a anecdote   

example of a anecdote

An anecdote is a short story that illustrates an experience. When you share an account, it’s usually to make a point about something. For instance, if your boss yelled at you for being late one morning and then praised someone else in front of the whole office for arriving on time every day. In many … Read more

Examples of a Colloquialism

examples of a colloquialism

A colloquialism is an informal expression used in a formal situation. For example, someone might say “my eyeballs” instead of “eyes” or a midnight snack instead of late night meal. In formal writing, such words are inappropriate because they break the rules of standard English grammar. However, in less formal contexts like blogs or magazines—where colloquialisms … Read more

Examples for Anaphora

examples for anaphora

Anaphora is a literary device that repeats the same word or words at the beginning of several consecutive sentences to create a flow. The use of anaphora in poetry is a way to create rhythmic patterns by repeating words at the start of lines, stanzas, and even entire poems. Examples for Anaphora The book was … Read more