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IMAGERY can be best defined as:
a) painting a picture with words b) comparing two items not using like or as c) words that are spelled like they sound d) giving human characteristics to non-human things
“I did a ton of work today,” is an example of
a) simile b) metaphor c) hyperbole d) personification
A SIMILE can best be defined as
a) a comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as b) a comparison of two works of literature c) a comparison of two like things using the words like or as d) a comparison of two unlike things not using like or as
“Jim ran like a deer” is an example of
a) simile b) metaphor c) personification d) alliteration
I am so hungry I could eat a horse. This statement can best be defined as a
a) Simile b) Metaphor c) Personification d) Hyperbole
The phrase, “between a rock and a hard place” is an example of which literary device?
a) Idiom b) Hyperbole c) Personification d) Simile
“The lonely chair sat sadly in the corner,” is an example of
a) simile b) onomatopoeia c) personification d) alliteration
“The books slept quietly on the shelf, patiently waiting for the next reader” is an example of
a) simile b) onomatopoeia c) alliteration d) personification
“I will die if we don’t win the Super Bowl this year,” is an example of
a) simile b) metaphor c) hyperbole d) personification
“The use of a word that imitates sound.” This definition best describes
a) Hyperbole b) Onomatopoeia c) Alliteration d) Personification
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