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    S M A P H O R

    Our teacher is using this format but because of problems with the class we did not have time to copy the term each letter stands for
    I have the following and need the P and R if you are fimiliar with it:
    S = Simili
    M = Metaphore
    A = Alliteration
    P =
    H = Hyperbole
    O = Onomatopoeia
    R =

    Please help if you know this format!
    Thank you, Brianna
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    Re: S M A P H O R

    This site [pdf] uses something similar, but a bit longer (Shaamro P) and P = personification ad R = rhyme in the list.


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