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Figurative Language

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Andrea Salassa

on 7 November 2013

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Transcript of Figurative Language

Figurative
Language

Metaphors
A metaphor is a comparison of two unlike things
Personification
Personification is a nonhuman
thing being talked about as if
it were human.
Onomatopoeia
Words imitating
the sound they
are naming.
Alliteration
Alliteration is the
repetition of consonant
sounds at the beginning
of words.
For example:

The tree trunk was a twisted pretzel
.
For example:

Lightning danced across the sky.
For example:
The car stopped suddenly with a
loud screech!
For example:
The happy hamster hopped along.
Similes
A simile is a comparison of two
unlike things, using
the word "like" or "as".
For example:
Her eyes were as bright as the sun
.
What did he
just say?!?
Listen for the word Tigger will say. It is our next Figurative Language term...
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