Figurative Language: Question Preview (ID: 14678)

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Creates mental pictures of things or events
a) Imagery b) Personification c) Simile d) Metaphor
The symbolic meaning of a word--Dark = evil or mysterious
a) Imagery b) Personification c) Metaphor d) Connotation
The repetition of sounds: tongue twisters
a) Alliteration b) Onomatopoeia c) Connotation d) Personification
A direct comparison of two things: That man is a house!
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Imagery d) Personification
The literal meaning of a word--Breath = the air in your lungs
a) Metaphor b) Imagery c) Denotation d) Connotation
I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them Sam I am.
a) Imagery b) Couplet c) Alliteration d) Simile
Words that make the sound they spell out--Zap! Zip! Meow.
a) Alliteration b) Denotation c) Onomatopoeia d) Connotation
Comparing two things using “like” or “as”
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Connotation d) Denotation
Giving human-like qualities to non-human objects
a) Imagery b) Onomatopoeia c) Personification d) Alliteration
His reflexes are as quick as a cats
a) Personification b) Simile c) Metaphor d) Imagery
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