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By Brianna Chase Literacy Devices Project Hyperbole Hyperbole is an exaggeration or overstatement. Personification Personification is giving an object a human trait or action. Simile Simile is using like or as to compare 2 unlike things. Metaphor Metaphor is comparing two unlike things without using like or as. Alliteration Alliteration is repetition of beginning sounds. The End Imagery Imagery is using words to appeal to the five senses "I, I love you like a love song, baby." "Music to my heart that's what you are." "A song that goes on and on." "You are magical, lyrical, beautiful." "I've been set free,"(Selena Gomez,"Come and Get It"). This statement explains how Selena feels she has been set free, she hasn't really, but it's an exaggeration of her feelings. "I've been set free," "A song that goes on and on," (Selena Gomez, "Come and Get It"). This statement song by Selena is exaggerating how this guy she likes is a never ending song. This is a hyperbole because it exaggerates one thing or another, in this case what the boy really is. "I love you like a love song baby." This compares the boy, "you," to a love song. A boy and a love song are also completely different, making it possible that this is a metaphor, but since it does use like or as it is a simile. "You are magical, lyrical, beautiful." This is a metaphor because this quote is comparing two unlike things, without like or as. Selena is comparing the boy, "you," with "musical, lyrical, beautiful." "Music to my heart that's what you are." This phrase is a metaphor because it does not use like or as, and it's comparing two unlike things. The boy, again for one, "you", and the "music to my heart." "make it,It’s so hard to break in, there's no way to fake it." (SELENA GOMEZ - TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW LYRICS). This is alliteration because of the repetition of "ak," make, break, and fake. If it's used in a sequence of two or more of the same sounds in a line or quot then it's alliteration. "make it,It’s so hard to break in, there's no way to fake it." "Mile, what it takes to make you smile,teach ya not to treat me like a child, baby."(SELENA GOMEZ - TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW LYRICS). All the "il" in mile, smile, and child show alliteration. They have the same lettering and sound, with also more than two of the same sounds. mile, what it takes to make you smile,teach ya not to treat me like a child, baby. "Constantly, boy you played through my mind like a symphony."(SELENA GOMEZ - LOVE YOU LIKE A LOVE SONG LYRICS). This phrase is a simile because Selena is comparing a symphony being played to the boy she likes. She also uses "like" which means its a simile and not a metaphor. "Constantly, boy you played through my mind like a symphony. "And I keep hitting re-peat-peat-peat-peat-peat-peat" "And I keep hitting re-peat-peat-peat-peat-peat-peat." (SELENA GOMEZ - LOVE YOU LIKE A LOVE SONG LYRICS). This part of the song is imagery because Selena is using one of her five senses, touch. "keeps hitting repeat," to hit something you must touch something which shows she's using touch. "Constantly, boy you played through my mind like a symphony."(SELENA GOMEZ - LOVE YOU LIKE A LOVE SONG LYRICS). This is imagery because it appeals to the five senses also, it uses one or more of the five senses. In this she explains how a symphony plays through her head when she thinks of the boy, this uses hearing, one of the five senses. "Constantly, boy you played through my mind like a symphony." "let the music move you." "let the music move you,"(Selena Gomez, "Hit The Lights"). Personification is giving an object human traits or action. Selena explains how you should let the music move you, but music can't physically do that. "let the moment take you." "let the moment take you." (Selena Gomez, "Hit The Lights"). This is another trait given that can't be done by objects, physical movements, the moment can't take you. At least not physically. Songs used: All by Selena Gomez: "Come and Get It," "I Love You Like A Love Song Baby," and "Tell Me Something I Don't Know." All songs came from"Top 100 Songs."
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