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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.

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speak

Speak

Figurative Language

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
figurative language is not literal
Figurative Language is not Literal

Literal

Figurative

  • the words mean exactly what they say
  • He is almost 7 ft tall.
  • the words mean something else
  • He can touch the sky.
simile
Simile
  • comparison of 2 unlike things using like or as
what is the simile what does it say about the person1
What is the simile? What does it say about the person?

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.

metaphor
Metaphor
  • Comparison between 2 unlike things without using like or as
what does this metaphor mean
What does this metaphor mean?

“I love you so much. You are my sunshine, little one.”, the mother whispered to her teary-eyed little boy.

hyperbole
Hyperbole
  • Extreme exaggeration
hyperbole1
Hyperbole

How is this an example of hyperbole?

personification
personification
  • Giving human qualities to non-living things