1. Alliteration: It refers to the same consonant sounds in words coming together. For example:
Better butter always makes the batter better.
She sells seashells at seashore.
2. Allusion: an expression designed to call something to mind without mentioning it explicitly; an indirect or passing reference.
3. Foreshadowing: is an advance sign or warning of what is to come in the future.
4. Hyperbole: It is deliberate exaggeration of actions and ideas for the sake of emphasis. For example:
Your bag weighs a ton!
I have got a million issues to look after!
5. Simile and Metaphor: Both compare two distinct objects and draws similarity between them. The difference is that Simile uses “as” or “like” and Metaphor does not. For example:
He is an old fox very cunning. (Metaphor)
“My love is like a red red rose” (Simile)
6. Personification: It gives a thing, an idea or an animal human qualities. For example:
The flowers are dancing beside the lake.
Have you see my new car? She is a real beauty!
7. Onomatopoeia: When a writer spells out a word that makes a sound. For example: “BAM!” or “Meep Meep.”