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Name this figure of speech: When the city sleeps
a) simile b) metaphor c) personification d) onomonopoeia
Snap! Crackle! Pop! Is an example of what type of figurative language?
a) simile b) metaphor c) personification d) onomonopoeia
"It's so cold my hot chocolate would turn to ice cream" Is an example of what type of figurative language?
a) hyperbole b) alliteration c) metaphor d) personification
What figurative language is present in this poem? "Sadness is as happy laughter./ you might cry because it hurts./ you might laugh because it hurts"
a) personification b) simile c) metatphor d) hyperbole
what two types of figurative language are present in this poem?: "rain races/ ripping like wind/ It's restless rage/ rattles like/ rocks ripping through/ the air"
a) simile and alliteration b) simile and metaphor c) alliteration and metaphor d) personification and alliteration
Find two types of figurative language: "now speaks to the/ people its/ falling above in the/ glooming sunlight/ its white sparkling voice/ echoes/ as it falls through/ the air"
a) simile and alliteration b) simile and metaphor c) alliteration and metaphor d) personification and alliteration
Find two types of figurative language: "In the morning the city/ spreads its wings/ making a song/ in stone that sings"
a) simile and alliteration b) simile and metaphor c) alliteration and metaphor d) personification and metaphor
Identify if the following is an example of hyperbole: Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepers. A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper Picked.
a) Yes, it is hyperbole. b) No, it is not hyperbole, but it is personification because the pepper has human-like qualities c) No, it is alliteration, because it repeats the same sound over and over again. d) No, it is onomonopoeia because 'picked' sounds like the action of picking something.
"the world is my oyster!" Is an example of what type of figurative language?
a) metaphor b) simile c) personification d) hyperbole
"When I asked her if she liked the movie, she replied, 'OMG!'" Is an example of what type of figurative language?
a) onomonopoeia b) simile c) personification d) It is not an example of figurative language.
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