Figurative Language Figurative Language Review Figurative Language Figurative Language Review.

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  • Figurative Language Figurative Language Review Figurative Language Figurative Language Review
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  • What is personification? Personification is giving human characteristics to everyday ideas, objects, and animals. Examples: The sun peeked happily from behind a cloud. The trees danced back and forth in the wind. The car happily squealed down the highway. It was time to go home, but the bell refused to ring. Personification is giving human characteristics to everyday ideas, objects, and animals. Examples: The sun peeked happily from behind a cloud. The trees danced back and forth in the wind. The car happily squealed down the highway. It was time to go home, but the bell refused to ring.
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  • What is alliteration? Alliteration occurs when a series of words in a row (or close to a row) have the same first consonant sound. Examples She sells sea-shells down by the sea-shore Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers Aside from tongue twisters, alliteration is also used in poems, song lyrics, and even store or brand names. Alliteration occurs when a series of words in a row (or close to a row) have the same first consonant sound. Examples She sells sea-shells down by the sea-shore Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers Aside from tongue twisters, alliteration is also used in poems, song lyrics, and even store or brand names.
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  • What is hyperbole? A hyperbole is an extreme and oftentimes ridiculous exaggeration Examples: I stood in line for an eternity just to get the Xbox One. She thinks of her crush at least a million times a day. Im so hungry I could eat a horse. We use these all the time without even realizing it! A hyperbole is an extreme and oftentimes ridiculous exaggeration Examples: I stood in line for an eternity just to get the Xbox One. She thinks of her crush at least a million times a day. Im so hungry I could eat a horse. We use these all the time without even realizing it!
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  • What is a simile? A simile is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as. Examples: The puppy wiggled like a worm. His temper was as explosive as a volcano. A simile is a comparison of two unlike things using like or as. Examples: The puppy wiggled like a worm. His temper was as explosive as a volcano.
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  • What is a metaphor? The comparison of one thing to another without the use of like or as. Examples: She has a heart of gold. There was a rainbow of flavors in the pizza tonight. Young love is a vibrant red rose, newly plucked. The moon is a giant flashlight. The comparison of one thing to another without the use of like or as. Examples: She has a heart of gold. There was a rainbow of flavors in the pizza tonight. Young love is a vibrant red rose, newly plucked. The moon is a giant flashlight.
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  • What is onomatopoeia? A word that imitates the sound that it represents. Examples: The cash register popped open with a heart warming ca- ching. The birds chirp filled the empty night air. Her heels clacked on the hardwood floor. A word that imitates the sound that it represents. Examples: The cash register popped open with a heart warming ca- ching. The birds chirp filled the empty night air. Her heels clacked on the hardwood floor.
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  • Figurative Language Sort As a group sort the strips into the correct category Use your notes to help There are 8 examples of each type of figurative language When you think you have it, I will check As a group sort the strips into the correct category Use your notes to help There are 8 examples of each type of figurative language When you think you have it, I will check

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