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Figurative Language. By: Catherine Tedder. Finding true love is as difficult as finding a black rock in coal. Simile: The comparison of two things using like or as. Simile. Hyperbole. I would rather eat dirt than sitting though a game of golf.

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Figurative Language

By: Catherine Tedder

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Finding true love is as difficult as finding a black rock in coal.

Simile: The comparison of two things using like or as.

Simile

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Hyperbole

I would rather eat dirt than sitting though a game of golf.

Hyperbole: Exaggerating to show string feeling or effect.

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Mary Mac made mom marmalade in molasses.

Alliteration: The repetition of the first consonant sound on words.

Alliteration

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Metaphor

The cold wind on my back is the cold breath of death himself.

Metaphor: Two things are compared without using ‘like’ or ‘as’.

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The cold stone graves stared at me though the gate of the grave yard.

Personification: Giving human traits to objects or ideas.

Personification

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Onomatopoeia

“Screeeeeeeech”! I jumped, then realized it was just the cat clawing the kitchen floor.

Onomatopoeia: words that represent the actual sound of something.

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Seeing a pig fly will be a pie in the sky.

Idiom: Expressions that don’t mean exactly what they say.

Idioms

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Understatement

Understatement: Expression with less strength than expected.

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