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Extreme exaggeration
a) hyperbole b) metaphor c) simile d) personification
The cat's pajamas is an example of
a) an idiom b) a hyperbole c) a simile d) a metaphor
Which of these two types of figurative language are sound devices?
a) onomatopoeia and alliteration b) hyperbole and idiom c) personification and alliteration d) metaphorn and onomatopoeia
The road was a silk ribbon winding over the hills is an example of
a) hyperbole b) simile c) metaphor d) personification
Perfectly shaped peppermint patties lay on the pink cloth.
a) simile b) Alliteration c) metaphor d) hyperbole
Telling someone the test was a piece of cake is using
a) an idiom b) a simile c) a hyperbole d) an onomatopoeia
Giving human characteristics to non-human forms
a) hyperbole b) onomatopoeia c) alliteration d) personification
Crash, bang, boom, tick-tock, ring, zip and pow are all examples of
a) onomatopoeia b) idiom c) personification d) alliteration
If you hear the wind whispering to you, then you are using
a) a simile b) personification c) an alliteration d) an idiom
I am so hungry I could eat a horse is both hyperbole and
a) simile b) metaphor c) idiom d) personification
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