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Transcript of Figurative Language
is a sentence in which almost all the words begin with the same letter/have the same sound.
A metaphor is easily made by
making a comparison without using "like" or "as."
can be made by making a comparison by using
can be made by giving human traits to an object or idea.
is the written word if a sound.
Miss Movin' On, 5th Harmony
''Shake it off
an etch a sketch.''
This means to shake a feeling off just like you do to the erased parts of a drawing.
It compares a feeling (it) to an etch a sketch.
Miss Movin On, 5th Harmony
lips are saying
She (Camilla) explains how her lips feel, because, from that moment and on, she wouldn't be 'smooching'(kissing) with him (her ex).
Roar, Katy Perry
''Louder, louder than a lion"
Almost all of the words in this sentence beggin with 'l.'
The Fox, Ylvis
Well, here its just a sound. Like the one of a a doorbell. Ring ring!
No Woman, No Cry, Bob Marley
Bob explains that if he has no woman, he doesn't cry. He compares a woman to his sob.
A hyperbole is completely the opposiof an understatement.
It exaggerates too much to show a strong feeling.
Just the Way You Are, Bruno Mars
"And when you smile
, the whole world stops and stares for awhile."
Bruno means that her smile is so beautiful, the whole world would appreciate it.
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