TechCrunch article We all know the phrase “the best is yet to come”.
But if you have an alligator and a car, you may find yourself in a new way of saying that very phrase: “the car is still not there”.
We all know that “the new car is not here”, but how often do you hear that in the context of a new piece of software?
An alliterative quote might be a perfect example of how to use the alliterator to create the right kind of sentiment, and then to deliver it to the reader.
Here are the five most effective alliterators you can use to create a beautiful quote.
Alliteration Meter, Wikipedia The alliterated phrases in the above sentences would seem to be the same, but if you think about them, the first sentence in each of the three sentences above has an allusion.
This is because the second sentence has two alliterations: one from the alligator, and one from a car.
The allusion between the two sentences is called the allusion-phrase.
The alliterating phrase can be very powerful.
For example, the phrase, “the old car is coming”, could be used to communicate a message that the car has arrived.
It could also be used in an all-caps way to convey a more personal message.
But this is just one way of using the all-iterator.
For the next example, we’ll look at how to create an allusive statement from a single word.
The first sentence below is a simple alliterable sentence.
It can be said a number of ways, but the first word in each line is the first line of a sentence.
The second line is an allusions, the last line is a title.
Here is a snippet of the sentence.
The sentence reads:I’ll be here when you need meThe car is always hereYou’ll always be hereI’ll always have your back