Types Of Imagery: Question Preview (ID: 19026)


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The desk was made from wood and metal.
a) Sensory imagery
b) Literal imagery
c) Figurative imagery
d) None

The room was warm and smelled like cookies.
a) Sensory imagery
b) Literal imagery
c) Figurative imagery
d) None

The bee danced around the flower.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The dog was like a vicious monster
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The sheets were cool and the pillow was soft.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The boy was tall and wearing a blue coat
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The sun looks like a piece of cherry candy.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The room smelled likes sweat and trash.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The test had 20 questions and was printed on white paper.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

Finihing the test was an epic journey.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The rock felt jagged and sharp.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

He had chicken and rice on his plate.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The car sped down the highway like a cheetah running across a field.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The rain knocked on the windows like it wanted to get inside.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

The water in the ocean felt cool and tasty salty.
a) Sensory
b) Literal
c) Figurative
d) None

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