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Types of Figures of Speech-1

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Types of Figures of Speech-1

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  1. Types of Figures of Speech-1 • Analogy is a comparison between two objects or concepts in order to show ways in which they are similar. In effect, analogies say “A s to B as C is to D.” The resemblance between these concepts is partial but close enough to provide a striking way of illuminating the relationship the writer wished to establish. • Pollution affects the environment the way cancer affects the body.

  2. Types of Figures of Speech-2 • Hyperbole is extreme exaggeration used to achieve an effect or emphasis. It is rarely appropriate in formal writing. • He murdered me on the tennis court. • Simile is a direct comparison of two essentially unlike things, linking them with the word like or as. • Like a small birdcage, her hat rested precariously on her head, and I expected to see the feathers take flight at any moment.

  3. Types of Figures of Speech-3 • Metaphor is a figure of speech that points out similarities between two things b treating them as though they were the same thing. Metaphor states that the thing being described is the thing to which it is being compared. • He is the sales department’s utility infielder.

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