Consider the connotation.
Identify example and go on to say “this suggests that…”
Identify example and go on to say “in the same way as…”
Climax – creates a climax or anticlimax through a build-up of detail
Repetition – through repetition, the reader’s attention is focused on something that you must identify
Inversion – the subject and the predicate are switched to focus the reader’s attention on the object, or to delay the subject
Parenthesis – used to add additional information that must be identified
Punctuation – focus on colon, semi colon, exclamation mark and question mark
Length of sentence – short sentence focuses the reader’s attention on the whole sentence. Long sentence will exaggerate the number of points being made.
Ellipsis – … will create suspense or will demonstrate that there is additional information that the writer has chosen not to share.
Identify the element of sentence structure and explain its effect
There are as many tones as there are ways of saying or writing anything. As such, we will deal with tone separately. In the meantime, consider irony, flippancy, anger and humour.
Assonance – where there is a repetition of a vowel sound, the reader’s attention is focused on the sound being described.
Alliteration – where there is a repetition of a sound at the start of a word, the reader’s attention is focused on the sound being described.
Onomatopoeia – where the sound that is being described is made by saying the word aloud. This will focus the reader’s attention on the sound being made.