Types of Figurative Language. How do authors use figurative language to make their writing more interesting?. Idiom: Words taken out of context to mean something completely different. Its raining cats and dogs - knock my socks off. Simi le Think of simi lar.
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How do authors
use figurative language
to make their writing
Its raining cats and dogs -
knock my socks off
Shake Shack Creepy Crawly
Choose an object. Write a story as if you were that object. THINK OF THE PAPER STORY WE DID IN SHARED READING.
Objects: Bathtub, refrigerator, door, cereal,
The mornings are still brutally hot. You can smell the rain first. The rain stirs up the mesquite and ocotillo plants in the desert. The scent of the rain approaching the city is faint, like a woman’s cologne on a handkerchief. That clean, musky smell brings hope into the dry, dusky, sleepy Tucson morning.