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simile - comparisons of two unlike things using the word like or as to help the reader understand more. Example: The stars in the dark sky are sparkling as shiny diamonds. 2. metaphor - comparisons of two unlike things without using the words like or as.

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simile - comparisons of two unlike things using the word like or as to help the reader understand more.

Example: The stars in the dark sky are sparkling as shiny diamonds.

  • 2. metaphor - comparisons of two unlike things without using the words like or as.
  • Example: Life is just a bowl of cherries.
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Hyperbole - wild exaggeration of the truth.

  • Example: starving to death
  • Alliteration – repeating a sound, word or sentence structure.
  • Example: she sells seashells by the seashore
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Onomatopoeia - making / using words that imitate a sound.

  • Example: bang, splash, zoom
  • Personification - animals and inanimate objects taking on human characteristics.
  • Example: wolves talking, teapots dancing
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7. proverb- a saying which has a moral or a lesson (teaches you something)

  • Example: a penny saved is a penny earned
  • 8. idiom - figure of speech that does not literally mean what it says
  • Example: “let the cat out of the bag” = to reveal a secret
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9. symbolism - a symbol is a person place, event, or object that has a meaning in itself, but also suggests other meanings. The use of one thing to stand for another.

  • Example: dove = peace
  • 10. imagery - a word or group of words in a literary work that appeals to one or more of the senses: sight, taste, touch, hearing, and smell
  • Example: a beach:
  • See: white sand
  • Smell: suntan lotion
  • Hear: roaring ocean
  • Taste: salt, hot dogs
  • Touch: grains of hot sand