It is so nice to hear from you! Yes, I will be there for the sleepover, and I'll make sure to bring my board games and comic books. I can't wait to see you and our friends. Will you please write to me letting me know the date and time?
I can imagine how you feel. Sudden changes like this one are never easy. But give it some time. You may soon realise there are several advantages to living in a condo. For instance, it is much safer than a house. Also, you will get to meet new people and make new friends.
The r sound in "liquor, power, generate, therein, sire and flower" and bud/sun/run is an example of consonance.
Option C and D
Consonance is known as repetitive sounds by constants. In the above answer both the option are consonance since they have repetitive sounds in closely connected words. Sometimes it may be middle of a word but mostly it occurs at the end of the word.
It is mostly used in a sentence or phrase. It is also known as a Literary Device Consonance can be identified by identical constant sounds of the words in the sentence or phrase. The 'r' sound in first statement and 'u' sound in second is the best example among given option for consonance.
On your way out" means "as you go out/leave the room, or the building". Most often this would mean that you should lock the door after you have gone out of the building and shut the door behind you. So "lock the door on your way out" really means "Lock the door immediately after you have left the room/building". Which means that it can definitely be considered as giving an order.