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Andrea Burris

on 22 May 2015

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Transcript of Figurative

A simile compares words with like or as

ex. #1 That house is like a mansion.
ex. #2 That is as big as a horse.

sound words

ex. #1 The house went bang when it fell.

ex. #2 boom,bang,plop,smack,ruff,meow,and neigh.
Compares without using words like or as.

ex. #1 Her house is a mansion.

ex. #2 She is fishing in troubled waters.
something you say that you do not really mean.
When human characteristics are given to a animal or object.

When you repeat the same letter.
An exaggeration that can be ridiculous or funny.

ex. #1 You snore louder than a freight train.

ex. #2 You could have knocked me over with a feather.
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Figurative Language
By: Andrea Burris
ex. #1 You have a green thumb.

ex. #2 Turn the house up side down.
ex. #1 My teddy bear gave me a hug.

ex. #2 The sun smiled down on me.
ex. #1 Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore.

ex. #2 Susan saw a snake on the side of the street.
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