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Poetry Bingo

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on 27 April 2014

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Transcript of Poetry Bingo

POETRY BINGO!
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A comparison using the words "like" or "as"
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2. A comparison between two things NOT using "like" or "as"
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3. When words are spelled as their natural sound
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4. A grouping of words that start with the same letter
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5. Specific words an author or poet uses to convey tone
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7. Language that means exactly what it says

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8. Language that does not mean exactly what it says; it is abstract and relies on comparisons
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6. An exaggeration
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12. What the author makes the reader feel
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9. When a poet plays on the senses with images and descriptions to evoke mood

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10. A common phrase or saying that usually does not have a literal meaning
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11. How the author or poet conveys their attitude in a text
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13. When language is indirect, roundabout, or unclear
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14. A grouping of lines in a poem
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15. Where one line ends and the next line begins

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16. When animals or objects take on human characteristics
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17. When you miss the past

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18. Quickly, as though you were in a hurry
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19. A metaphor that extends over the entire text or story
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The basic unit of a poem


SIMILE, METAPHOR, ONOMATOPOEIA, ALLITERATION, WORD CHOICE, HYPERBOLE, LITERAL LANGUAGE, FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE, ENJAMBMENT, IMAGERY, IDIOM, TONE, MOOD, ABSTRACT, STANZA, LINE BREAK, PERSONIFICATION, NOSTALGIA, URGENTLY, ALLEGORY, LINE, PUN,
IRONY
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