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figurative language : simile
Transcript of figurative language : simile
SPEECH SIMILE DEFINITION Simile is when you compare two nouns (persons, places or things) that are unlike, with "like" or "as." EXAMPLE "The water is like the sun." "The water is like the sun" is an example of simile because water and the sun have little in common, and yet they're being compared to one another. The "is" is also part of what makes this stanza an example of simile. "The rain falls like the sun,
rising upon the mountains." Here is another example, comparing falling rain to the rising of the sun. Good similes compare two very different nouns.
Sadness is as happy as laughter.
You might cry because it hurts.
You might laugh because it hurts.
But I know one thing,
laughter is laughter and sadness
They can show the
same things like
hurting and gladness. SENSE By Rachel Hockey is like reading
Y ou get into it and then you never
want to stop
Y ou feel like you're in a different world. Hockey Hockey is like reading
You get into it and then you never
want to stop
You feel like you're in a different world.
Hockey is like school
You have to do your work and
you have to practice or you will get an "F"
Hockey is like math
You get stronger and before you know it
You're getting an
Your scoring goals
Hockey! HOCKEY PREPARED BY: FATIN HANANI BINTI AHMAD SABERI HALLIJAH BINTI HUSSIN HAIDA UMIERA BINTI HASHIM PREPARED FOR: MADAM ZURIANI BINTI HJ YAACOB EXERCISES Described your
friend using a simile THE END