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Figurative language in Disney songs

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Jennifer Edwards

on 1 May 2017

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Figurative Language in Disney Songs
You Can Fly
Simile- comparing two unlike things by using like or as.
"They can sing, they can dance."
Disney World in Orlando, Florida is the number one theme park in the world, averaging about 53 thousand visitors a day. Disney World was founded on October 1st, 1971 by Walt Disney and brother, Roy O. Disney. Disney is made up of 4 theme parks and 2 water parks. Although Disney World is the number one park, it does have a competitor, Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Disneyland is slightly less popular with an average of 44 thousand visitors a day.
Personification- when a non human object is given human characteristics.
Be Our Guest

"Get your head out of the clouds."
Under the Sea
Idiom- words, expressions, or phrases that can not be taken literally.
Disney World Against Disney Land
"Think of the happiest things it's the same as having wings."
By: McKenzie Zimcosky
I'll Make a Man Out of You
Metaphor- a comparison of two unlike things without using like or as.
"With all the strength of a raging fire."
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