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Personification Giving animals or objects human characteristics. The wind howled . Metaphor A comparison between two things without using like or as. Figurative Language Does not mean literally Your burning a hole in my wallet. Flashback

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Personification

Giving animals or objects human characteristics.

The wind howled

Metaphor

A comparison between two things without using like or as

Figurative Language

Does not mean literally

Your burning a hole in my wallet.

Flashback

Is an interruption of the action in current events that takes place in earlier times

“Do you remember my birthday party last year?”

Simile

A figure of speech comparing to unlike things using the words like or as

He runs like a bolt of lighting.

Synonym

Words that mean the same

“horrible & terrible”

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Foreshadowing

Writer provides hints that suggest future events in the story

“Watch out for dogs”

Tone

Expresses the writer’s attitude toward his or her subject

I was filled with joy when the family was reunited.

Antonym

Words with opposite meanings

“happy & sad”

Effect

Is the result of a cause or event

I’m broke and can’t buy anything.

Cause

An event that makes something else happen

I spent all my allowance.

Setting

Time and place of an action in a story, poem and play

The café at 8:00.