What is onomatopoeia?
Whoosh! Pop! Smash! Poof! Bang!
All of these are examples of onomatopoeia. They refer to words whose pronunciation imitates the sounds they describe. When balloons are popped they sound pop which is an example of onomatopoeia, Dogs bark or cat’s meow, cars honk and growl of wind are also fine examples of onomatopoeia. They are used to create aural effects that mimic the visual thing being described. They let the readers feel the depth of the text,
They make the text interesting brings action and excitement.