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Select the correct answer for each example. What Poetry Tool Am I?
1.) Its marvelous mechanical machinery. A. personification B. simile C. trite D. alliteration
2.) Im so hungry I could eat a horse. A. hyperbole B. simile C. trite D. alliteration
3.) What if Dove soap were called Pigeon soap? A. personification B. simile C. connotation D. alliteration
4.) It says Libbys, Libbys, Libbys on the label, label, label. A. personification B. simile C. repetition D. alliteration
5.) He is as cold as the toilet seat. A. personification B. simile C. trite D. alliteration
6.) This relationship is like a football game, and hes keeping score. A. personification B. simile C. metaphor D. alliteration
7.) In trying to stop, the car made a loud screech. A. personification B. simile C. trite D. onomatopoeia
8.) War rearranged my brain and settled in it to live forever. A. personification B. simile C. trite D. alliteration
9.) You are grounded until youre thirty. A. trite B. simile C. trite D. alliteration
10.) I couldnt live without you. A. personification B. understatement C. trite D. alliteration
1.) Its marvelous mechanical machinery. D. alliteration
2.) Im so hungry I could eat a horse. A. hyperbole
3.) What if Dove soap were called Pigeon soap? C. connotation
4.) It says Libbys, Libbys, Libbys on the label, label, label. C. repetition
5.) He is as cold as the toilet seat. B. simile
6.) This relationship is like a football game, and hes keeping score. C. metaphor
7.) In trying to stop, the car made a loud screech. D. onomatopoeia
8.) War rearranged my brain and settled in it to live forever. A. personification
9.) You are grounded until youre thirty. A. trite
10.) I couldnt live without you. B. understatement
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