Figurative Language

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Figurative Language. By: Jordyn Hires . She looks like a toad. Simile. Comparing to different things using like or as (or than). S he is a bright star. Metaphor. Comparing 2 different things without using like or as (or than). I'm so hungry I could eat a horse. Hyperbole.
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Figurative LanguageBy: Jordyn Hires She looks like a toad.Simile
  • Comparing to different things using like or as (or than).
  • She is a bright star.Metaphor
  • Comparing 2 different things without using like or as (or than).
  • I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.Hyperbole
  • Over exaggerating to prove a point.
  • I’ll be done in a minute.Understatement
  • Expression that is under exaggerated, not having strong felling.
  • When I bit the cookie it said ow!Personification
  • Having a human trait to a objects, ideas, or sounds.
  • My dogs bark all the time.Onomatopoeia
  • Sound words, words that have a sound.
  • Buzzing bumble bees blew by me.Alliteration
  • Three or more words that begin with the same sound or letter.
  • You’re in a tough pickle my friend.Idiom
  • Expressions that don’t mean literally what they say.
  • The end!
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