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Figurative Language

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on 23 January 2014

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Transcript of Figurative Language

6 Types of Speech
EXamples
this is a video that show how similes
and metaphors can be used in songs
video
listen for similes and metaphors
The wind is singing.
Are types of
The storm is music to my ears.
Figurative Language
Simile
Simile - comparison of one thing with another thing of a different kind useing the words like or as
To be sheer you've learned how to say similes and metaphors lets play a game

Make a chart

On one side put down things around you

On the other side write thing they can be compared to

Now put both sides together to make sentences using like or as and some without using like or as

compare and contrast your thoughts with others about your sentences
Metaphors
Metaphors - a comparison of two things without use the words like or as
Game
The cloud is my pillow.
The phone big as a T.V.
EXamples
Personification
Personification-is a personal nature or human characteristics to something nonhuman
When making sentences you can say things such as : the eggs was calling my name for lunch to go with my tasty steak
song using Figurative language
Hyperbole
exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken literally.
Take 20 sec. to use hyperbole's to the person next to you
Then share with the whole class one at time
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Practice
the formation of a word from a
sound associated
with what is named
onomatopoeia
Examples
Try making diffident sound
Are you doing onomatopoeia ?
Alliteration
The repeating of the same letter or
sound at the beginning of adjacent
or closely connected words

Examples
please put passagers pretty protected with seat belts
their is repeatedly letters of the letter p
Please put a piece of paper on your desk and Try making some Alterations
Idiom
A phrase that doesn't say what it mean
Like..........She spilled the beans meaning she was talking so much she told the secret
or....
now say your own
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