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Alright, the sky misses the sun at night.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
I’ve told you a million times to clean your room!
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
You could have knocked me over with a feather
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
Thanks to John my car is now as clean as a whistle.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
The world is my oyster.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
The vines wove their fingers together to form a braid.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
Time is money.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
This bread is as dry as a bone.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops at all,
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
Beautiful World of new, superb Birth, that rises to my eyes, Like a limitless golden cloud, filling the western sky;
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
Why, this country is a shining city on a hill.
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
I'm so happy I could explode in a thousand pieces!
a) Personification b) Hyperbole c) Simile d) Metaphor
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