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figure out figurative language

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Hannah Molayal

on 7 November 2013

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figure out figurative language
Tannor Gardner & Hannah Molayal

Simile
Definition-
A figure of speech that usually is comaperd using the words like or as
Metaphor
Definition-
A metaphor is comparing two things without using lik or as

example-
He is a giant
she is a angel
Personification
Definition-
Giving an item human like qualities

Example-
The flower shook in the thunder storm
The strawberries yelled eat me first
Hyperbole
definition-
An extreme exaggeration

Example-
I nearly died laughing.
I was waiting forever
Example-
Cool as a cucumber
snug as a bug
Alliteration
definition-
When a phrase or sentence as many
words that the first letter make the same sound

example-
peter piper picked a peck of pickled peppers
sally sold sea shells by the sea shore
Assonance
Definition-
Assonance is when the vowel sounds match in a sentence

Examples-
I feel the need the need for speed

The gloves didn't fit. If it doesn't fit, you must acquit.
Onomatopoeia
definition-
A word that represents a sound or noise

Examples-
Splat
splash





















Idiom
definition-
An idiom is a saying in which the sentences meaning is nothing like the saying

Examples-
Tickled pink
time flies
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