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Group 1 BHS 4B I SHAMPOO (Figurative Language)
Transcript of Group 1 BHS 4B I SHAMPOO (Figurative Language)
Hyperbole is an exaggeration!
THS English 10
I SHAMPOO (Figurative Language)
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning closely connected words.
Definition- giving human qualities to an animal or an object
The fire swallowed the whole forest.
The wind whispered through the dry grass.
The moon turned over to face the day.
The brown grass was begging for water.
This city never sleeps.
That class was so boring that I almost died.
My hot pocket has been in the microwave for like 2 years!
Definition- A word that represents a sound.
The fly buzzed in my ear.
The car zoomed past me.
The fireworks went boom.
My gum went pop in the middle of class.
You are rose of Sharon Bush
You are a billion feet tall.
a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction.
Alice's aunt ate apples and acorns around august.
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
I just ate like 50,000 of those strawberries.
She sells sea shells by the sea shore
A comparison not using like or as.
1. She is pulling my leg.
2. You spilled the beans!
3. Why are you feeling blue?
4. Put a cork in it.
Simile is a figure of speech where
two unlike things are compared using the
word "like" or "as."
He is as hungry as a horse.
She is like a rose.
He is as funny as a monkey.
Our soldiers are as brave as lions.
Fred's friends fried Fritos for Friday's food.
Boil the butter and bring it by the bank.
You're killing me!!
Definition: Something that sounds the same but
is a different word.
1. That was a
2. I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. I can't put
My brother was boiling mad.
The assignment was a breeze
3. I used to be a banker, but I lost interest.
4. Police were called to a daycare where a three-year-old was resisting a rest.
5. To write with a broken pencil is pointless
the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words.
Idiom- Non-literal meaning