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Roar by Katy Perry: Figurative Language

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Transcript of Roar by Katy Perry: Figurative Language

Roar by Katy Perry: Figurative Language
By Jackie, Jenna, JJ, Kami and Marie
Half Rhyme
"Louder, louder than a li
on
"
"cause I am a champi
on
" is half rhyme because the end of the word champi
on
and the end of the world lion rhyme.
Onomatopeia
"Roar" and "oh oh oh oh oh oh" are onomatopeia because they are words taht are imitating the sounds that they make. "roar" means that she has found her voice, and she is going to let the world know.
Alliteration
"
L
ouder,
L
ouder than a
l
ion" is an alliteration because it repeats the
L
sound. She is trying to make her voice be heard.
"I let you
p
ush me
p
ast the breaking
p
oint" is an alliteration because it repeats the
P
sound. She is saying that she got really annoyed, but she didn't try to stop him.
Idioms
Simile
"Now I'm floating
like
a butterfly" is a simile because it is comparing her to a butterfly. She is saying that she is free, and can do stuff off of her own accord.
Epistrophe
"Your gonna hear
me roar
"
"Your gonna hear
me roar
" is epistrophe because the ending words are the same.
"I used to bite my tongue and hold my breath" "your gonna hear me roar" and "already brushing off the dust" are idioms because they are common phrases that are not really true.
Allusion
"Cause I am a champion" is an allusion, because she is saying that she is a champion, but she isn't really known (at least in the song)
Anaphora
"
You here
my voice,
You hear
that sound" is an Anaphora because it is repeating the same words in the begining (not to be confused with Epistrophe).
Personification
"Like thunder gonna shake the ground" is a personification because thunder can't really gonna shake the ground.
True Rhyme
"I went from
zero,
to my own
hero
" is a true rhyme because the words "Zero" and "Hero" rhyme.
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