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Our Class PowerPoint on Figures of Speech Ms. Waldrops 4 th Grade January 2011
Theyll never bother you unless they are wounded or cornered, but if they are you had better look out.
Simile By Sophia Like a cat in a corn crib, she sneaked in from behind and sank her needle-sharp teeth in the coons back.
By: Anna I had seen the time when an old hound like that had given his life so I might live.
His tail was as big as a wet corncob and every hair on his small body was sticking straight up.
Hyperbole by: Mary Margaret By the time I had memorized the ad, I was seeing dogs, hearing dogs, and even feeling them.
By the road it was thirty-two miles, but as the crow flies, it was only twenty miles. I went as the crow flies straight through the hills.
Simile By Ryann The bright shiny star on his vest looked as big as a bucket.
Hyperbole By: Greer Im sure my feet never touched the ground as I flew around the building.
Simile by: Tess My heart stared acting like a drunk grasshopper.
Hyperbole By Will Why, Grandpa, I said, you couldnt catch a coon in a jillion years with that thing!
Simile By: Eli Yes, it was all there like a large puzzle.
Personification by:Kyndall A big grinning Ozark moon had the countryside bathed in a soft yellow glow.
Simile – Metaphor By: Kimsey The bell-like tones of her voice made shivers run up and down my spine.
Metaphor By Colton If that tree takes a notion to fall, itll mash you flatter than a tadpoles tail.
Simile by Lane White sheets of water, knocked high in the moonlight by his churning feet, gleamed like thousands of tiny white stars.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
The people Write it down. By the water Who will make it?
When will we go. If we were older Each of us What did they say?
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Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
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