Speak. Figurative Language. Figurative language. Definition. Examples. use of one word or phrase to say one thing and mean another allows the author to express something in the story in a more powerful way creates a picture for the reader. simile, metaphor, hyperbole, and personification.
He is sleeping like a log.
He is sleeping so soundly that he is not even moving and can’t be moved or woken up. A log does not move and is not easily moved by someone.
“I love you so much. You are my sunshine, little one.”, the mother whispered to her teary-eyed little boy.
How is this an example of hyperbole?