Date of publication: 2017-07-09 10:19
Using too many similes in general is not recommended, but using one right after the other is a definite no-no. It simply doesn't work, as these examples show.
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Two machines captivated Philo Farnsworth: a telephone and a phonograph. Both had cranks and both connected people with others (one in real time, the other through music). These and other inspirations motivated Philo to invent what was to become known as the television. His early story is fascinatingly told and well illustrated.
You'll mostly evoke the sense of taste under two circumstances &ndash when characters are eating and drinking, and when they are kissing and canoodling. (When they are actively using their mouths and tongues, in other words.)
Arresting photographs of water in various states not only introduces water but also weather, solids and liquids, and more. The sophisticated text further encourages experimentation and observation, although is not necessary to use the entire book with children.
This boy's curse begins when his teacher suggests that the "poetry of science" can be heard everywhere. From Moore to Frost, familiar poems are parodied and turned into science verse. Again art and illustration are inseparable as are the laughs in this offbeat look at science.
If you see a beautiful setting on the screen, the visuals can be amazing (no doubt about that). But you're still forced to accept the director's version of a "beautiful setting."
The standard deviation of the mean (SD) is the most commonly used measure of the spread of values in a distribution. SD is calculated as the square root of the variance (the average squared deviation from the mean).
Every day children around the world awake to begin their days having breakfast, going to school, coming home to families. A poetic text combines with photographs from myriad countries to visually highlight the richness of the world and its people.
Yes, it's useful to learn all the figures of speech ( I tracked down a more detailed article on them here ). But then it's best to forget them. If and when the time is right, you'll naturally work them into your own writing without forcing it.