Speak Review - Figurative Language: Question Preview (ID: 20108)


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What is personification?
a) something that is not alive and is given life-like qualities
b) something well-known
c) a comparison of two unlike things using like or as
d) a comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as

What is a simile?
a) a comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as
b) a comparison of two unlike things using like or as
c) something well-known
d) something that is not alive and is given life-like qualities

What is a metaphor?
a) something that is not alive and is given life-like qualities
b) something well-known
c) a comparison of two unlike things using like or as
d) a comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as

What is allusion?
a) a comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as
b) an extreme exaggeration
c) something well-known, or famous
d) a comparison of two unlike things using like or as

What is hyperbole?
a) a comparison of two unlike things NOT using like or as
b) something well-known, or famous
c) a comparison of two unlike things using like or as
d) an extreme exaggeration, it could never happen in real life

When he spits, I bet Rachel catches it in a cup and saves it is an example of
a) hyperbole
b) simile
c) personification
d) allusion

My house is shrinking and I feel like Alice in Wonderland is an example of
a) personification
b) allusion
c) hyperbole
d) metaphor

Front lawns cough up the shovels and mittens that were gobbled by snow in January is an example of
a) siline
b) metaphor
c) personification
d) allusion

Bunny Rabbit bolts, leaving fast tracks in the snow is an example of
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) allusion
d) personification

My heart clangs like a fire bell is an example of
a) metaphor
b) allusion
c) hyperbole
d) simile

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