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Figurative Language. Lynn Alexander. Reading Teacher 3 rd , 4 th , and 5 th grades. Don’t bite the hand that feeds you!. She’s following me. b. Life is difficult. c. She is tracking it. d. Don’t harm someone who is helping you. The answer is D. Why?. Hold your horses!. Grab a horse.

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Figurative Language

Lynn Alexander

Reading Teacher 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades

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She’s following me.

b. Life is difficult.

c. She is tracking it.

d. Don’t harm someone who is helping you.

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Grab a horse.

Be patient.

c. Well-dressed person.

d. She can do one thing well.

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Workers goof off when the boss is gone.

Don’t tell the secret.

c. You look pleased with yourself.

d. Short period of sleep.

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The person has left.

I’m the first to try it.

c. You can’t plan on having something until you actually get it.

d. I’m a poor typist.

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I have no privacy.

He told secrets.

c. My work seems endless.

d. I’m the first to try it.

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You’re being greedy.

I suspect trouble.

c. It will never happen.

d. I’m overjoyed.

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Now it is your turn. Can you think of a phrase that uses figurative language?

Can you make one up?

Write it down and we may add it to our collection.