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Figurative Language

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Lori Jenkins

on 23 August 2013

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Transcript of Figurative Language

Figurative Language
Similes
Metaphors
Personification
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Idioms
Similes
compare two things using like or as
Metaphors
compare two things without using like or as
Hyperbole
Idioms
Personification
Alliteration
exaggeration
giving human qualities to a non-human object
repetition of the same beginning consonant sound or letter
Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia
words that make sounds
exaggeration- not
true but sounds
impressive
gives an object human qualities
repetition of consonants
at the start of a word
a phrase that cannot be understood in
the meaning of its separate words.
the use of words that make sounds
The leaf was as brown as butter.
Examples
The hungry hippo ate happily.
My husband is a rock
.
The girl was so hungry she
ate a million sandwiches.
The m0on danced across the night sky
.
Boom! Crash! Pow!
You are barking up the wrong tree.
Compares two things using like or as
Compares two things without using like or as
Figurative Language Rap
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