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Figurative Language in MusicSydney Kilgore
Metaphor Bloom- The Paper Kites“The whole world, it is sleeping, but my world is you.”
Simile Dead Sea- The Lumineers“Like the Dead Sea, you told me I was like the Dead Sea. You'll never sink when you are with me, oh lord, like the Dead Sea.”
Alliteration You Need Me, I Don’t Need You- Ed Sheeran“Suffolk sadly seems to sort of suffocate me.”
Hyperbole Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran- Everything has changed“And all I've seen since eighteen hours ago is green eyes and freckles in your smile.”
Onomatopoeia Paramore – Crushcrushcrush “Crush, crush, crush”
Imagery Cats and Dogs – The Head and The Heart“Somewhere underneath the floorboard, I will sweep my garden. Underneath the cupboard, lives a mouse and he discovered there was nothing there. Nothing there to discover.”
Musical Figurative Language Assignment Allissa Valenzuela Period 6.
You've got a way with me Somehow you got me to believe.
Figurative Language in Music
Music With Figurative Language
Literary Elements in Music Kurt Weintraub. Simile Justin Bieber- Stuck in the Moment “Bonnie and Clyde never had to hide like we do.”
Musical Figurative Language
Figurative Language By: K.W. Reed. Simile Ex. The puppy was as cute as a button. Simile – Using like or as to compare 2 unlike things.
Figurative Language Personification-An animal given human- like qualities or an object given life-like qualities. Ex: The boat hugged the shore.
Figurative Language Game Can you discover the missing picture by answering questions about figurative language? Click here to read the directions.
Figuratively Speaking Just What am I talking About? Idiom Onomatopoeia Simile Metaphor Hyperbole Puns Analogies Imagery Alliteration.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE BY CONNOR AND WILL. Similes Similes are comparing 2 things using “like” or “as” Metaphors Metaphors are comparing 2 things using “like”
Figurative Language Language that uses imagery (pictures in your mind) and figures of speech.
Word bank Metaphor, Simile, Alliteration, Hyperbole, Onomatopoeia. Personification busy as a bee.
Literary Devices Objective #6.
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Take notes on your sheet. METAPHOR Comparing two things without using “like” or “as” Example: Emily is a rose ELVIS: You ain’t nothing.
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