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"Millions of minute minnows were a marvel" is an example of _____________ .
a) simile b) metaphor c) alliteration d) hyperbole
In "To Da-Duh, In Memoriam," the narrator mentions her "Shirley Temple coat." This is an example of:
a) allusion b) metaphor c) hyperbole d) personification
"That box weighed a ton!" is an example of ___________________ .
a) assonance b) simile c) allusion d) hyperbole
What was a symbol in "The Portrait?"
a) the abalone b) the ruined picture c) the seventh (black) room d) the factory downstairs
"The fat man had a plan." is an example of _____________ .
a) assonance b) alliteration c) simile d) metaphor
"She became my anchor." is a(n) __________________.
a) simile b) allusion c) metaphor d) theme
"The trees waved back, pleased to have a visitor." is _________________ .
a) assonance b) metaphor c) simile d) personification
"Her eyes were like a stormy sky." is an example of a(n):
a) metaphor b) simile c) allusion d) alliteration
"Bang! Crash! Smash! The cars slammed into each other!" is ______________ .
a) onomatopoeia b) alliteration c) assonance d) metaphor
An abalone is a type of:
a) bird b) ocean c) plant d) shellfish
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