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    Hello, I'm doing AS English Language and this is for my coursework (it's my style model). I have to annotate my style model with the features it uses which make it persuasive and interesting.

    A few of these features I know are significant, but i'm not sure what they are called? :confused:

    Help much appreciated...

    'virtual roar' is this a metaphor or something else?
    'have Twitter muzzled' personification? (but a dog)
    'frankly' is this colloquial?
    'actually better' implying that it was a surprise, whats this called?
    'she is certainly enough of a babe'
    'will' definite?
    'old school neck munching and blood slurping'
    'when anything and everything' I know the repetition of 'thing' is significant, but what's it called?

    thanks alot, even if you can't answer all of these but one or two that would be of great help By the way, my style model one is on twitter and the second on twilight if you wondered about the slurping, haha
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Updated: April 7, 2011
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