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a type or category of literature
a) alliteration
b) plot
c) genre
d) conflict

writing that tells a story
a) nonfiction
b) narrative
c) personification
d) theme

a story that comes from an author's imagination
a) fiction
b) mood
c) tone
d) hyperbole

a story that comes from an author's imagination but could really happen
a) nonfiction
b) author's purpose
c) fiction
d) realistic fiction

writing that tells about real people, places, and events
a) fiction
b) nonfiction
c) realistic fiction
d) characters

a comparision using the words like or as
a) personification
b) metaphor
c) idiom
d) simile

a comparison that doesn't use the words like or as
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) personification
d) alliteration

giving human qualities to something that is nonhuman
a) character traits
b) hyperbole
c) personification
d) metaphor

the use of words that sound like the noise they make
a) onomatopoeia
b) idiom
c) alliteration
d) hyperbole

the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
a) onomatopoeia
b) alliteration
c) rhyme
d) personification

an extreme an obvious exaggeration
a) simile
b) alliteration
c) idiom
d) hyperbole

an expression that cannot be taken literally
a) idiom
b) hyperbole
c) metaphor
d) onomatopoeia

The video game cost him an arm and a leg, is an example of ______
a) onomatopoeia
b) hyperbole
c) idiom
d) personification

My big brother Bob is a bully, is an example of ______
a) alliteration
b) onomatopoeia
c) simile
d) hyperbole

The sound of her voice makes my heart smile, is an example of ____________
a) hyperbole
b) metaphor
c) simile
d) personification

She stood as still as a statue, is an example of
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) hyperbole
d) personification

Plop, splat, and oink, are examples of ________
a) onomatopoeia
b) alliteration
c) idiom
d) personification

Her brain is a computer, is an example of _______
a) metaphor
b) simile
c) personification
d) idiom

I would pay a million dollars for a plate of french fries, is an example of _________
a) alliteration
b) metaphor
c) idiom
d) hyperbole

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