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I SHAMPOO Figurative Language
Idioms An expression whose meaning is not predictable from the usual meanings The coach and players threw in the towel.
Simile Comparison using like or as My mom was as blind as a bat
Hyperbole An exaggerationMy dad had a heart attack when he saw my grade.
Alliteration Betty Blake bought big butter.Two or more words of a word group with the same letter Betty Blake bought big butter.
Metaphor Comparison NOT using like or asShe is sunshine, brightening our day
Personification Giving living characteristics to non-living thingsThe printer ate my paper
Oxymoron Contradictory terms are used in conjunctionInside out; cold sweat; alone in the crowd
Onomatopoeia The formation of a word, intended as an imitation of a sound Bang! Zip! Meow!
F IGURATIVE L ANGUAGE R EVIEW Sarah Jung 6 th Grade Language Arts.
Figurative Language By: Jordyn Hires. Simile Comparing to different things using like or as (or than). She looks like a toad.
What is Figurative Language? Whenever you describe something by comparing it with something else, you are using figurative language. What is Figurative.
F IGURATIVE L ANGUAGE. The term Figurative (figure of speech) means a word or group of words mean something more than their ordinary meaning. Example:
P OETIC D EVICES The song does it. M OOD The emotional tone, the feeling that one gets from the description of the setting. “I can feel it coming in the.
Betty Botter Betty Botter bought some butter,
FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE. #1 SIMILE A simile is one kind of figurative language. It makes a comparison of two unlike things using the words “like” or “as”.
Learning Objective: Today we will define and identify similies and metaphors.
Key Academic Vocabulary
The repetition of the beginning sounds of words, as in “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,” “long-lived,” “short shrift,” and “the fickle finger.
Joyet Language Types We’re going to look at two types of language: figurative language and literal language.
What does this quote mean to you? “The greatest artists like Dylan, Picasso and Newton risked failure. And if we want to be great, we’ve got to risk it.
C HAPTER 15- F IGURES OF SPEECH, OR METAPHORICAL LANGUAGE : A SOURCE OF DEPTH AND RANGE IN POETRY Lap 4: Poetry Day 4.
F IGURATIVE L ANGUAGE. R ECOGNIZING F IGURATIVE L ANGUAGE “I sauntered gracefully down the hall—a bird flittering above the chaos of my classmates—and.
They keep going and going and going……
L ITERARY T ERMS : B EOWULF. A LLITERATION Alliteration is the repetition of consonant sounds in words (usually at the beginning of the word) that are.
Two Styles of Language What are the 2 Styles of Language? Literal Language Figurative Language.
Creating a Children’s Storybook
Learning Objective : Today we will apply knowledge of different figurative languages to determine the meaning of words and phrases.
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