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Mrs. Manley made mushy mash potatoes Monday mornings.
a) personification b) alliteraiton c) onomatopeia d) simile
The fog was a blanket over the city is an example of
a) metaphor b) simile c) alliteration d) personification
The wind whispered through the trees is an example of
a) simile b) allieteration c) personification d) onomatopoeia
The roads were like a skating rink is an example of
a) personifcation b) alliteration c) metaphor d) simile
Words that sound like what they make. Examples are whish, crack, ring, boom, bam, pow
a) alliteration b) personification c) simile d) onomatopoeia
The lesson or main message about life found in the poem or story.
a) theme b) alliteration c) onomatopoeia d) personification
The garbage reached across the state.
a) idiom b) simile c) hyperbole d) alliteration
She was a back seat driver.
a) idiom b) onomatopoeia c) simile d) hyperbole
This diet coke was just what the doctor ordered.
a) idiom b) alliteration c) onomatopoeia d) simile
Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout
a) alliteration b) personification c) onomatopoeia d) simile
The mayor's voice was a strong weapon.
a) simile b) personification c) hyperbole d) metaphor
The wind sang her mournful song through the falling leaves.
a) hyperbole b) personification c) simile d) metaphor
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