How well does the author of the passage communicate the main idea?


The writer have used many literary techniques to give an idea about the gorillas.
The rhetorical question: "How do most gorillas communicate?" makes the text exciting, making the readers want to continue reading.
Also, alliteration and list of three are used. "short low grunts, loud chest-beating, and screeching shouts demanding food" this explains the characteristics of gorillas in detail and the intensity of the vocabularies giving readers an excitement of the appearance of the gorillas. Moreover, The sibilance is used to emphasize how rude the gorillas is when it is hungry.
Onomatopoeia is used to replicate the gorilla's shout that it is as loud and as unpleasant as the screeching noise.


Is it called literary research essay or literary analysis? The kind of essay is like you have to explain how the writer use literary devices in the given extract and what the readers should feel when reading it. You are likely have to write this kind of essay in GCSE/IGCSE English exams.

The writer have used uses many literary techniques to give present an interesting idea account about the gorillas.

The rhetorical question: "How do most gorillas communicate?" makes the text exciting, making engaging the readers and making them want to continue reading.

Also, alliteration and the use of a list of three typical behaviour patterns are effective: used. "short low grunts, loud chest-beating, and screeching shouts demanding food". This explains the characteristics of gorillas in detail, and the intensity vividness of the vocabulary ies gives ing readers an excitement of the appearance a virtual image of the gorillas. Moreover, The sibilance is used to emphasize how rude the gorillas is can be when it is they are hungry.

The author also uses onomatopoeia is used to replicate the gorilla's shout, that it which the author says is as loud and as unpleasant as the a screeching noise.

Thank you very much. Have you got any advice how to make less mistakes when writing?

The writer uses many literary techniques to present an interesting account about the gorillas.

The rhetorical question: "How do most gorillas communicate?" makes the text exciting, engaging the readers and making them want to continue reading.

Also, alliteration and the use of a list of three typical behaviour patterns are effective: "short low grunts, loud chest-beating, and screeching shouts demanding food". This explains the characteristics of gorillas in detail, and the vividness of the vocabulary gives readers a virtual image of the gorillas. Moreover, sibilance is used to emphasize how rude the gorillas can be when they are hungry.

The author also uses onomatopoeia to replicate the gorilla's shout, which the author says is as loud and as unpleasant as a screeching noise.

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mosjaHave you got any advice about how to make less fewer mistakes when writing?

Read. The more you read, the more exposure you'll get to natural English. Also, try to vary what you read (in terms of topics and sources), but avoid reading colloquial material (such as song lyrics or film transcripts).

I did but my writing is still error-prone.

Be patient and don't give up. Learning a foreign language takes more time than effort.

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