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Part 1 . Simile. Comparing two unlike things using the word like, as, seems or as You are as brave as a lion. Santa’s belly was like a bowl full of jelly. SIMILE. Metaphor. Comparing two unlike things without using the words like, as, seems, or than. Your head is full of rocks.

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simile
Simile
  • Comparing two unlike things using the word like, as, seems or as
  • You are as brave as a lion.
  • Santa’s belly waslikea bowl full of jelly.
metaphor
Metaphor
  • Comparing two unlike things without using the words like, as, seems, or than.
  • Your head isfull of rocks.
  • You arethe sunshine of my life.
alliteration
Alliteration
  • Repeating the same sound at the beginning of words that are next to or near eachother.
  • Laura laughs loudly like little leopards.
onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia
  • a word that imitates the sound it represents.
  • Boom!
  • Crackle
  • Chirp
personification
Personification
  • Giving something that is NOT human the characteristics of a human.
  • The evil sunshotdown its burning rayson the lonely lawn chair.
imagery
Imagery
  • Language that helps you imagine what something looks, sounds, smells, feels, or tastes like
  • When you entered the store, you could hear the clanging and ringing of the registers wishing the Christmas shoppers a great holiday season.
idiom
Idiom
  • A commonly understood expression that does not mean what the words say
  • You have a chip on your shoulder.
  • Her father called her the apple of his eye.
figurative language
Figurative Language
  • Language that is not supposed to be taken literally
  • Similes, metaphors, personifications, hyperboles, idioms
hyperbole
Hyperbole
  • intentional exaggeration
  • It was so cold, I saw polar bears wearing jackets.
  • Everybody and their mom was in line to go to the bathroom.
assonance
Assonance
  • resemblance of vowel sounds in the middle of words that are next to or near each other.
  • I lie down by the side of my bride.
oxymoron
Oxymoron
  • An unusual expression that is made of opposite terms
  • Agree to disagree
  • Awfully nice
  • Friendly enemy
allusion noun
Allusion (noun)
  • The narrator refers to another famous person, place, event, time period, etc…
  • Harriet Tubman was thought of as the Moses of her time.
  • You could say that chocolate is my Kryptonite.