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Personification:

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Ana Ximena Paredes

on 9 December 2013

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Transcript of Personification:

Figurative
Language

Personification:
Def: A figure of speech in which inanimate objects or abstractions are endowed with human qualities or are represented as possessing human form. Example:Flowers danced about the lawn
Simile
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A common figure of speech that explicitly compares two things usually considered different.
By: Sebastian M., Ana P., Paulina M., and Ethan B.
Alliteration:

Hyperbole
Hyperbole- Obvious, extravagant, exaggeration, or overstatement.
Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia- The use of word whose sound imitate the sound of the thing being named.
Metaphor
-
Similes are introduced by like or as.
Examples
Meaning
Oxymoron
Def: Side by side words that are opposite in meaning.
"As Busy
As
A Bee"
"As Blind
As
A Bat"
"As Agile
As
A Monkey"
"As Cute
As
A Kitten"
Def: A word or phrase that cannot be taken literally.
Idioms:
Meaning
Meaning:
A comparison that does not include the word "like" or "as".
Ex: Boom,Bam,Smash
Examples:
Life is a Journey.
Time is a Thief.
Broken Heart
Example: I ate too much I think I'm going to explode.
Video
Similes
and
Metaphors
Def: Series of words in a row that
have the same consonant sound.
Ex: Peter's Pig playfully pranced.
Clearly Confused
Jumbo shrimp
Sick as a dog
High as a kite
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