I have some confusions regarding language features in the 2.2 English Standards.
In a fighting scene between a lot of people, there’s sounds of fighting, yelling, and hitting. If I want to comment on this, could I say that the director used the language feature of sound effects? Or is there another language feature that describe the fighting sounds better (such as use of voice)? I also want to say that this evokes a major scared and uncomfortable emotional response within the viewer, allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of how the fighting characters may be feeling. Additionally, the sound involved a lot of yelling and hitting overlapping on top of each other. Could I link this to how there is a lot of people fighting at once, highlighting that almost everyone in this setting is filled with hatred?
Another language feature I want to discuss into another paragraph is music, where the director added music over another scene. Is music and sound effects of fighting considered two different language features that I can write 2 different paragraphs about?
Thank you for any last minute help before the exam, it would be much appreciated!