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figurativelanguage

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Transcript of figurativelanguage

Figurative Language This year we will discuss six types of figurative language Simile Compares two things using "like" or "as" Cold as ice Pretty like a puppy Personification Using Human characteristics for a non human object The pumpkin glared at me with evil eyes The leaves danced gracefully across the water Metaphor Comparing two things NOT using "like" or "as" Her laugh was comparable to the sound a dog makes just before it throws up. Life is a journey Hyperbole an exaggeration If you don't buy me that pony I'll just die! I'm too sick to go to school today sounds a lot like some students I know.... onomatopoeia When something sounds like how it is written Alliteration The repetition of consonants This could be as simple as "Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers" or.....
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