Jamie Pata , Jessie Newcomb September 19, 2011. Figurative Language PowerPoint. Simile . Simile-using like or as to compare 2 things. ex: Jessie is funnier than Larry the Cable Guy. Metaphor. Metaphor-comparing 2 things without using like
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Jamie Pata, Jessie NewcombSeptember 19, 2011
Figurative Language PowerPoint
Simile-using like or as to compare 2 things.
ex: Jessie is funnier than Larry the Cable Guy.
Metaphor-comparing 2 things without using like
or as; something is something else
ex: When Jamie won the lottery ticket, he was rolling in dough.
Hyperbole-Using exaggeration to make a point
ex: The poor boy is as skinny as a pencil.
Onomatopoeia-sound words:bang, tick tock
ex:The car’s tires squealed down the road.
Alliteration-repetition of beginning sound
ex: Mary Mack made me mad.
Personification-giving human qualities to something not human
ex: The trees were dancing in the wind in my backyard.
Idiom- a well known expression that does not mean what it says
ex: My parents told me to hold my horses when I got too excited.
Which word means sound?
Which word means an expression that does not mean what it says?
Which word means using exaggeration to make a point?
Which word means something not human being given human qualities?
Which word means using like or as to compare 2 things?
Which word means the repetition of beginning sound?
Which word means comparing 2 things without like or as?