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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.
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