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''I can smell pizza from a mile away,'' ''He has got a truckload of money,'' and ''Her teeth were blinding bright!'' are all examples of:
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Personification d) Hyperbole
''The stars danced playfuly in the moonlight,'' and ''My computer throws a fit everytime I ask it to do something!'' are examples of:
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Personification d) Hyperbole
''The light is bright tonight, as we fly kites!'' is an example of:
a) Onomatopoeia b) Alliteration c) Assonance d) Personification
'' 'I am so thrilled to be here!' he said with a frown.'' best represents:
a) Imagery b) Irony c) Alliteration d) Assonance
Imagery: ''Her face blossomed when she caught a glimpse of him,'' creates the following image:
a) Sadness b) Joy c) Anger d) Confusion
''Splash!'' ''Buzz,'' and ''drip, drip, drip,'' are examples of:
a) Alliteration b) Assonance c) Onomatopoeia d) Irony
''We create great music together in the classroom when we work together.'' is an example of:
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Personification d) Hyperbole
''We are all like crayons, having to live in the same box.'' is an example of:
a) Metaphor b) Simile c) Personification d) Hyperbole
''Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore'' is an example of:
a) Imagery b) Hyperbole c) Alliteration d) Assonance
Obvious and intentional exaggeration.
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification d) Hyperbole
Comparing using ''like'' or ''as''
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Hyperbole d) Personification
Language that causes people to imagine pictures in their head.
a) Irony b) Alliteration c) Imagery d) Hyperbole
The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named.
a) Personification b) Irony c) Onomatopoeia d) Hyperbole
The repetition of the same or very similar vowel sounds of nearby words.
a) Assonance b) Alliteration c) Metaphor d) Simile
Giving human characteristics to inanimate objects.
a) Metaphor b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Personification
The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of closely connected words. Hint: usually consonant sounds!
a) Assonance b) Alliteration c) Metaphor d) Simile
Comparing not using ''like'' or ''as''
a) Simile b) Personification c) Metaphor d) Hyperbole
Language that normally signifies the opposite of what you really mean. This is done to be funny or sarcastic. It is NOT a coincidence.
a) Irony b) Imagery c) Onomatopoeia d) Alliteration
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