Lesesne (2006), for example, noted that teacher read-alouds, in addition to motivating alliterate
students to read, can also introduce avid readers to a world of books they might not otherwise find on their own.
language frequently causes him to alliterate
on liquid l's,
Like Kris Jenner, she doesn't alliterate
boys, hence Rob Kardashian and George Pig.
Several of the shorter poems in the Piers Plowman tradition alliterate
on 's' in the line in which the narrator enters sleep, but they neither use 'slip' or 'slide', nor share the Gawain-poet's ethical concerns regarding sleepers themselves.
albliterration in lieu of the ken to alliterate
Although the professionals in libraries and schools are attempting to motivate struggling and alliterate
readers, the result of such essentialism is text selection, book discussions, marketing of materials, and reader's advisory that reifies gender differences and promotes gender opposition.
Obama effectively used place names that alliterate
(said one critic once Obama managed to get "Boston" and "Beijing", "Arctic" and "Atlantic" and "Kansas" and "Kenya" into a single sentence).
And Claire Danes is considerably less sweet here than she was with Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet, over-acting her way through a bipolar episode which seems to make her alliterate
all of her gabbled sentences.
It all begins because the Capulet servant is alliterate
and asks Romeo to read out his invitation list.
This action research developed as a response to the researcher's experience with struggling and alliterate
readers across all content areas in secondary schools.
In everyday life, Balotelli's bib-bungling blunder would be best described as staggeringly stupid, exceptionally embarrassing or hilariously half-witted (not everyone formulaically tries to alliterate
every description they ever use, but you get the picture).
In these two cases as California is the given element, we see that the accompanying words are chosen to alliterate