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The snowflakes danced in the icy wind
a) This is hyperbole b) This is metaphor c) This is personification d) This is rhyme
I had to walk around the mall for a 100 hours to do all my shopping
a) This is hyperbole b) This is metaphor c) This is a simile d) This is personification
My skin is as dry as a lizard
a) This is a metaphor b) This is a hyperbole c) This is a simile d) This is alliteration
My shoes smell as bad as rotting trash
a) This is a metaphor b) This is a hyperbole c) This is a simile d) This is personification
I think a ran a million miles today
a) This is hyperbole b) This is metaphor c) This is a simile d) This is personification
repeating of the consonant sound at the beginning of words
a) hyperbole b) onomatopoeia c) alliteration d) simile
Why do writer's use figurative language?
a) their teachers told them to b) to make writing more interesting c) to make it harder d) they have nothing better to do
Using words to create a picture for the reader
a) imagery b) personification c) rhyme d) onomatopoeia
Words imitate the sounds that it makes
a) onomatopoeia b) hyperbole c) personification d) rhyme
When words have the same ending sound
a) alliteration b) rhyme c) onomatopoeia d) imagery
Makes a comparison between two unlike things, WITHOUT using like or as
a) This is a metaphor b) This is a hyperbole c) This is a simile d) This is personification
An extreme exaggeration
a) This is imagery b) This is a hyperbole c) This is a smilie d) This is personification
Giving human characteristics and qualities to non-human things like animals or objects
a) This is a metaphor b) This is a hyperbole c) This is personification d) This is rhyme
A comparison between two unlike things, using LIKE or AS
a) This is a metaphor b) This is a hyperbole c) This is a simile d) This is personification
Betty Botter bought some butter to make her batter bettter
a) This is alliteration b) This is a hyperbole c) This is personification d) This is simile
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