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She's really on the ball today is an example of...
a) onomatopoeia b) alliteration c) idiom d) metaphor
The wind whispered to me as I ran by is an example of . . .
a) personification b) alliteration c) hyperbole d) simile
The jets zoomed above my head is an example of . . .
a) personification b) idiom c) metaphor d) onomatopoeia
The grass was a green blanket covering the brown earth is an example of. . .
a) personification b) metaphor c) hyperbole d) simile
He was so tall that he bumped his head on a cloud is an example of . . .
a) alliteration b) onomatopoeia c) personification d) hyperbole
The greedy, green goblins gobbled up all of the grapes is an example of . . .
a) hyperbole b) metaphor c) alliteration d) onomatopoeia
She is so sweet. She has a heart of gold is an example of. . .
a) idiom b) simile c) metaphor d) onomatopoeia
Her skin was like snow it was so white is an example of . . .
a) metaphor b) simile c) idiom d) personification
The sky is a black sheet covering the sun is an example of . . .
a) hyperbole b) idiom c) simile d) metaphor
She was so sleepy she thought she could sleep for 100 years is an example of . . .
a) metaphor b) hyperbole c) personification d) simile
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