ROOM 219

virtual extension of the ESL classroom

All alliterate!

Alliteration is a special sound effect when all words in a sentence start with the same sound. It’s also fun – many tongue twisters are based on it.
Look at this example:

A bright boy bribed a big boss and became a businessman in Boston.

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April 28, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized

3 Comments »

  1. Adalberto added apples.
    Carlos counts cucumber in the cafeteria.
    Daniel draw dinosaurs in the dark door.
    Luis loves to live in Louisiana.

    Comment by mg6 | April 28, 2011 | Reply

  2. Antony ate his apple.

    Brandon bought a baseball-ball.

    Clementine cleaned the closet in the kitchen.

    Delmy drew a dog.

    Edwin eats eggs.

    Comment by DC6, SP, YZ6, JS6. | April 28, 2011 | Reply

  3. Alberto always argues with an assistant and he almost got angry when he ate an apple.

    Berta buys a beautiful base ball bat, but before she bought it, she saved money.

    Carlos cried in the karate class but Carla didn’t care and she kicked him on the knee.

    Diana drove to the doctor denial because her daughter was dying.

    Elisa don’t have enough energy to enjoy.

    Comment by I R6 | April 28, 2011 | Reply


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